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[[preprinted]] KUHN, LOEB & CO. William and Pine Streets New York, [[/preprinted]] November 22, 1922 My dear Mr. Seligmann: Replying to your letter of yesterday's date, I am still not quite all right and must go mornings and afternoons to my dentist for treatment, which very much limits the time at my disposal. I shall, however, take as early an opportunity as possible to stop in to see you. Yours very faithfully, [[signature]] Mortimer L. Schiff [[/signature]] Germain Seligmann, Esq., 705 Fifth Avenue, New York. L
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