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April 5, 1960 Dear Mr. Sonnenberg, The enclosed official receipt of the firm should suffice for all intents and purposes. However, I cannot leave such a charming and witty letter without acknowledgement, and let the author know how much I enjoyed it. With many thanks for the kind thoughts implied and expressed, Sincerely yours, Germain Seligman [[strikethrough]] Mr. [[/strikethrough]] Benjamin Sonnenberg ESQ. 19 Gramercy Park South New York, N.Y. Sonnenberg GS
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