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July 13th, 1943 Dear Mr. Conan Doyle: In view of the fact that we are closing our galleries for the summer within the next few days and expect to reopen only after Labor Day, we presume that it would be agreeable to you to have us return your necklace. I also beg to confirm that Mr. Germain Séligmann will be back in the City after Labor Day at which time I am sure you will be able to arrange an appointment with him, as desired. With best regards, Sincerely yours, (O. A. Liechti) Denis P. S. Conan Doyle, Esq. The Plaza Hotel Fifth Avenue and 59th Street New York, New York GS
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