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November 2nd 1922

Mr. B.V.M. La Rue
375 Park Avenue
New York

Dear Sir,-

My friend, Baron George Pacquement, and Comte de Mailly-Chalons, when I told them that I was going to New York, insisted very much on my calling on you and my making your acquaintance.

Mailly-Chalons gave me a letter of introduction for you, which I will be glad to delievr to you if you will kindly let me know when I could call on you. 

My stay over here might not be quite as long as I had expected. 

Looking forward to hearing from you soon, pray believe me, 

Yours sincerely

(Rene Seligmann)

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