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[[letterhead]] Remington Rand INc. 205 East 42nd Street New York City Office of the President [[/letterhead]] July 2, 1935 Mr. Leon Loeb Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc. 3 East 51 Street New York, N.Y. Dear Mr. Loeb: This will acknowledge you letter of the first, offering us space in your Paris building. Our Foreign Director is in Paris at this time and we are referring your letter to him. Should he be interested, he will communicate with your Paris office. Yours very truly, [[signature]] Elsa Rasmussen [[/signature]] Secretary to Mr. J. H. Rand, Jr. ER
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