April 20, 1928
Mr. Myron Lechay,
194 Columbia Heights,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Dear Mr. Lechay:
Miss Appleton discussed with me your letter to her, and while we both feel that you have been very badly treated, I do not see how we can be of any assistance. However, if you would like to come in and talk over the matter with me, I might be able to give you some advice; at least I will be very glad to try. Will you call up Miss Fusfeld, my secretary, and make an appointment for some time next week?
Very truly yours,
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