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May 2nd., 1935.

Dear Mr. McCormick:

Thank you so very much for your kind wire in answer to my letter of April 29th.

In accordance with your suggestion, my friend, Mr. Raymond Lowwy, of 580 Fifth Avenue, will write you fully concerning his project, and I greatly appreciate your offer to personally present his letter to the International Harvester Company.

I am glad to have had this opportunity of hearing from you, and trust that in the not too far distant future we shall meet again.

With renewed thanks, I am,
Yours very sincerely,

(Germain Séligmann)

Harold F. McCormick, Esq.,
675 North Rush Street,
Chicago Ill.
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