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CT:KP May 31st, 1933. Chester H. Johnson, Esq., 410 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Dear Johnson: I am in receipt of your letter of the 25th inst. and I am sorry to hear that Miss Chinnery arrived with "chest trouble". As she was reared in England, it is possible the Chicago climate does not agree with her, so I would ask you to have her carefully wrapped up and sent to us, and we will see what is wrong. Regarding the second paragraph of your letter, I want to tell you that I shall be remaining in and around the vicinity of New York during the entire summer, so I will be pleased to hear from you at any time. During the month of August I am going away to Hewlitt, Long Island, but as this place is only a half hour by train from the Pennsylvania Station, I could always come up to see you if you would let me known either the day before or even that same morning. In the meanwhile, with my kindest regards to Quest and yourself, believe me to be Yours sincerely, (Clyfford Trevor)
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