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July 7, 1953 Gentlemen: Mr. Seligman was very pleased to received your request of June 15, 1953, on behalf of your Library, for a copy of Oh! Fickle Taste. Since its arrival he has left for Europe, but he gave instructions that the book be sent immediately. It will leave here by parcel post printed matter today and may I ask that you acknowledge its receipt. With Mr. Seligman's compliments and best wishes, Yours very sincerely, (Mrs. T. D. Parker) Prof. Dr. P. Gehring George Washington Memorial Library Charlottenplatz 17 Stuttgart, GERMANY [[r. margin]] Washington Memorial Library [[/r. margin]]
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