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March 18, 1926

Miss Mabel Choate,
8 East 63rd St.,
New York City.

Dear Miss Choate,

I am taking the liberty of writing you these few lines to tell you that I am leaving for our headquarters in Paris next month, and if you are contemplating coming to Europe thissummer, I would esteem it a favor if you would let me know when you will be there and where you intend staying, as I would like to take the opportunity of showing you our main establishment in Paris, the Ancien Palais Sagan, which I presume you know about.

If I could be of any service to you while I am over there, I would be very pleased to hear from you at your convenience.

Yours very truly,
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