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William and Pine Streets
KUHN, LOEB & CO.
New York,
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November 10, 1922

My dear Mr. Seligmann:

Thank you very much for your note. I am extremely sorry that I have had such bad luck with you and that, again, yesterday morning I could not see you, but I have been having a miserable time with my tooth and was very poorly yesterday. I think, however, that I am now over the worst of it and if you will stop in some morning next week I am quite sure I shall be able to see you. 

With cordial greetings, 
Yours very sincerely,

^[[Mortimer L. Schiff]]
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