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RS ^[[checkmark]] April 14th 1924 E.J. Berwind, Eaq., 2 East 64th street New York Dear Mr. Berwind,- When I had the pleasure of your visit, you told me that you would come in again to have a look around. I hope you will excuse the liberty I am taking in writing you, but as I will be sailing back to Europe shortly, I would be delighted to have your visit some time in the near future. Looking forward to seeing you soon again, pray believe me Yours sincerely,
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