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September 29, 1947 Dear Mr. de Schulthess: Following my letter of September 19, 1947, I am pleased to enclose herein the requested affidavit (in duplicate), with respect to the purchases made through my firm from the Estate of Clarence H. Mackay, duly signed, witnessed, and legalized by the Swiss Consulate in New York. Trusting that the enclosures will serve your purpose, Very sincerely yours, (Germain Seligman) Encs Mr. Hans de Schulthess Bärengasse 18 Zurich, Switzerland P.S. In order to reduce the risk of these affidavits going astray, one of them is enclosed with this letter while the other will leave within the next few days under separated cover.
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