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December 18th, 1937

Dear Mrs. Standish:

Thank you very much for your kind note of December 15th.

I was extremely sorry to learn of Mrs. Dillman's illness; the more so, as I did not even know she was laid up in New York, and was deprived of the privilege of showing her some attention or at least, of sending her some flowers in return for the many kindnesses I have received from her.

I saw Mr. Dillman here yesterday, so that I can say I have the latest news really first hand.

In any case, I want you to know that I appreciate your attempt to get in touch with me while you and Mrs. Dillman were in town.

Hoping my lines find you well, and with the compliments of the Season, 

Believe me to be

Faithfully yours,

(R.H. Waegen)

Mrs. W. C. Standish 
%Mrs. Hugh Dillman
12 Lake Shore Road, Grosse Pointe