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CT:KP January 14th, 1935. Dear Mr. Loewy: I am herewith enclosing a letter of introduction to my father-in-law, Mr. Richard Airey, who as you know is President of the Asiatic Petroleum Company. Of course, I do not know whether he would be interested in your proposition, but under any circumstances, I know you will be very courteously received. Hoping to have the pleasure of meeting you sometime personally, believe me to be Yours very truly, (Clyfford Trevor) Raymond Loewy, Esq., 500 Fifth Avenue, New York City. GS
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