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June 1st, 1954

Dear Mr. de Hevesy:

Your letter of May 28th has come in
Mr. Seligman's absence as he left for
Europe a few days ago.

We are however in constant touch with
him and will forward a copy of your
letter at the first opportunity.

Yours very sincerely,

Mrs. T.D. Parker.

Mr. A. de Hevesy,
10, rue Faider,
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