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[[preprinted]] LONDON 9 CHARING CROSS ROAD, W.C. PARIS 60 RUE CAUMARTIN BRUSSELS 74 AVENUE HIPPODROME Town and Country The Stuyvesant Company No 8 West 40th Street New York Franklin Coe Publisher J.H. Whigham Editor [[/preprint]] September 1, 1917. Mr. Eugene Glaenzer, Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., New York, N.Y. Dear Sir:- Mr. W.D. Sutton who has so efficiently represented TOWN & COUNTRY for several years past is giving his services to the country, having been summoned as a member of the Second Officers' Camp at Plattsburg. During his absence, the advertising accounts which Mr. Sutton has represented will be looked after by Mr. J.H. Worden, Jr. Permit us to thank you for the very courteous consideration Mr. Sutton has received as our representative, and be assured that Mr. Worden, Jr., will be gratified to serve your interest. Yours very truly, [[signed]] Franklin Coe [[/signed]]
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