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[[left page blank ]] [[start page]] ^[[checkmark]] February 19, 1920 [[preprinted]] ONE, EAST SIXTY-NINTH STREET [[/preprinted]] My dear Mr. Seligmann: Mrs [[underlined]] Harriman [[/underlined]] wishes me to say in answer to your letter of February fourteenth that she will be pleased to see you any morning, after Tuesday of next week, at 11:00. Very truly yours, Blanche [[C?]] Brigham, Secretary Mr Jacques Seligmann 705 Fifth Avenue
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