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THE COMPANY WILL APPRECIATE SUGGESTIONS FROM ITS PATRONS CONCERNING ITS SERVICE

1201-S

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CLASS OF SERVICE
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This is a full-rate Telegram or Cable-gram unless its deferred character is indicated by a suitable symbol above or preceding the address.
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WESTERN  (45)
UNION
R. B. WHITE 
PRESIDENT
NEWCOMB CARLTON
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
J.C. WILLEVER
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT

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SYMBOLS
DL = Day Letter
NM = Night Message
NL = Night Letter
LC = Deferred Cable
NLT = Cable Night Letter
Ship Radiogram
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The filing time shown in the date line on telegrams and day letters is STANDARD TIME at point of origin. Time of receipt is STANDARD TIME at point of destination.
Received at 36 East 52nd Street, New York, N. Y.
1937 MAY 1 AM 9 51

NAB38 30 DL=PN NEWYORK NY 1 912A
HANS WAGEN, CARE SELIGMAN=
3 EAST 51 ST=

SO MUM IS NO LONGER THE WORD IM GLAD AND WISH I COULD BE THERE TO WELCOME YOUR RETURN FROM BANISHMENT IM JUST LEAVING GOOD LUCK GOOD BUSINESS GOOD BYE=
HUGH.
[[handwritten]] Dillman [[handwritten]]

THE QUICKEST, SUREST AND SAFEST WAY TO SEND MONEY IS BY TELEGRAPH OR CABLE
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