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EG February 14th 1920 ^[[checkmark]] Mrs. E. H. Harriman 1 East 69th street New York Dear Madame,- I have not forgotten your kind promise allow me to call on you when I would come to New York. If I take now the liberty of asking you to let me go and see you in the near future, it is because I expect to sail back to Europe by the end of the month and would deeply regret to leave without having had the pleasure of seeing you. Yours faithfully,
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