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[[letterhead]] United Press Associations INCORPORATED IN NEW YORK GENERAL OFFICES NEWS BUILDING NEW YORK CITY HUGH BALLIE PRESIDENT [[/letterhead]] July 3, 1935. Mr. Leon Loeb, Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc. 3 East 51st Street, New York, N. Y. Dear Mr. Loeb Thank you very much for your letter of July 1 about available space in your Paris building. However, we have a long-term lease on our present Paris quarters, which have been quite satisfactory, and therefore do not desire to make a change. Sincerely yours, [[signature]] Hugh Baillie [[/signature]] HB:F
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