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January 14th, 1938

Dear Mr. Stendahl:

I managed to reach here safely without any undue mishap, although I was cancelled out at Kansas City.

It was grand seeing you again and I only hope that some business may be forthcoming for both of us from all our various discussions.

For your records, I am enclosing herewith a consignment invoice for the Opie which I left with you, and hope that you will be writing me shortly that our singing friend, Mr. Nelson Eddy will have bought the picture.

With best wishes to you.

As always-

Yours sincerely,

(Robert M. Levy)

Earl Stendahl, Esq.
3006 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, California
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