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RAYMOND LOEWY FIVE HUNDRED FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK December 31, 1934. Mr. Germain Seligman 3 East 51st St., New York City. Dear Mr. Seligmann: A new type of filling station which I developed in conjunction with the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, will be inaugurated on Thursday, January 3rd, at 3 P. M. It occurred to me that you might be interested in seeing this latest development in the automobile field. The location of the first station is at 93 Lafayette Street, New York City. You may like to have a look at it some time in order to see the result of our efforts in increasing the efficiency of the modern filling station. With best wishes for a Happy New Year, I am Yours sincerely, Raymond Loewy Raymond Loewy
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