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le 24 Octobre, 1928.

Dear Mr. Rumsey,

I have just returned back from Paris, and shall probably be in New York for three or four months, and I would very much like to renew my out-of-town membership in the Club, which you so kindly arranged for me last year.

Mr. Clyfford Trevor suggested that I write you, and if you would kindly let me know what the dues are, I will send you my cheque by return.

Thanking you in anticipation, and with my kind regards, believe me to be

Yours very truly,


J. J. Rumsey, Esq.,
Embassy Club,
151 E. 57th Street,
New York, N. Y. 
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