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RAYMOND LOEWY FIVE HUNDRED FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK January 18, 1935 Clifford Trevor, Esq., Jacques Seligmann & Co.,Inc., 3 East 51st Street, New York City. Dear Mr. Trevor:- Thank you for your letter of January 14th, enclosing a letter of introduction to your father-in-law, Mr. Richard Airey. I have just returned from Detroit, where I have been since Monday last, and shall endeavor to make an appointment with Mr. Airey the early part of next week. Because of your interest in furnishing me this introduction, I shall certainly keep you informed of anything that might come out of this. Appreciating your thoughtfulness, I am Sincerely yours, Raymond Loewy RAYMOND LOEWY. RL:S
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