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April 25th., 1925.

Miss. M. Choate,
8 East 63rd. St.,
New York, New York.

Dear Miss. Choate:

As I am going to our Paris house next month, where I shall remain during the entire Summer, it has just occurred to be me that you are probably contemplating going over to Europe yourself, and if you are, I would esteem it a great favor if you would let me know when you will be in Paris, and where you will be staying, so that I can get in touch with you, as I should very much like to have the pleasure of taking you through the Palais Sagan, which, as you probably know, is our main establishment in Paris.

Awaiting the favor of your reply,
Believe us to be, 
Yours sincerely,
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