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GS November 24th 1922 Mr. George Leland Hunter 122 East 82nd street New York ^[[check mark in pencil]] My dear Mr. Hunter,- How awfully sorry I am not to have even had a glimpse of you yesterday. I enquired about your health, and my cousin Rene told me that fortunately you were looking very much better than when you came in a fortnight ago. Will you be kind enough to excuse me, but we were both so very busy with important customers that I thought you would understand our position. Let us have lunch next week, if that is agreeable to you. How about Monday or Tuesday?- Let me have your answer very soon, and kindly present my respects to Mrs. Hunter. Yours very sincerely,
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