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GS ^[[checkmark]] December 15th 1921 Mr. H. Hanatschek 53 West 72nd street New York Dear Sir,- In answer to your letter of December 14th, I wish to let you know that my father, Mr. Jacques Seligmann, sailed for Europe yesterday, and I know he would have enjoyed making your acquaintence before departing. On the other hand, should you have a moment to spare, I would enjoy personally meeting you. I am at the above address as a rule every afternoon but you can ascertain this by calling Plaza 5874 and I will be glad to make an appointment with you. Yours sincerely,
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