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June 4th, 1937

 There is another gentleman whose name has been given to me, Mr. Rudolph Haffenreffer, Mt. Hope, Bristol, R. I. He is president of the Utah Mining Co.; the Montezuma-Apes Mining Co.; the Mt. Hope Bridge Corp.; and chairman of the Board of the Narragansett Brewing Co.

  Perhaps you could give me some information about him, and should by any chance anyone sle come to your mind, I would be grateful for any information you could give me to complete my list and prepare a regular advance campaign on your fair city.
 In the meantime, I shall be looking forward to seeing you here in New York, and if it is at all possible, please let me know a little bit in advance when you are coming so I can make plans for your entertainment. 
  I spent the most delightful weekend on Candlewood Lake. I wish you had the time to come up there with me once. It is really an enchanting place. 

  Saw your friend Mr. Flynn the other day who inquired after you.
  Otherwise life is quieting down considerably here in New York and our throughts are country bent, so watch out I may soon threaten with my arrival.
Let me know whetherthere is anything I can do for you here.

Every good wish and kindest personal regards, 
  As ever - 

(R. H. Waegen)

Mr. Franklin D. Houston, Jr.
18 Brown Street
Providence, Rhode Island
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