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(Copy of letter written in long hand by Mr. Kohlman) The Waldorf-Astoria Hotel New York, N.Y. May 12th, 1936. Dear Rene: I have your letter of the 9th just received and I owe you an apology for apparent inattention. I have been ill for the past month, as you know, and am just getting on my feet again- that however does not excuse my getting in touch with you. Chas Loeb is now here at the Waldorf, ill and for your confidential information with an attack of appendicitis and I have been in his rrom for the past two days. I know you have been kind and considerate in this matter, if you will just let the matter ride for a week more, I will make every effort to adjust it to your satisfaction. I will appreciate your further consideration. Yours Sincerely. Francis L. Kohlman
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