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March 9th, 1938 Dear Hortense: I communicated to my cousin, Mr. Germain Séligmann, your very kind lines which he appreciated very much. He is very pleased to have been able to do something for Federation and whereas there are a few cigarette burns in the carpet and a few spots, he has asked me to tell you not to worry about these little details. With my kindest regards and hoping to see you soon, Please believe me Yours sincerely, (René Seligmann) Mrs. Walter A. Hirsch 31 East 72nd Street New York, New York
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