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Letter March 25, 1920 from Julius Eichel to David Eichel


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262 Stanton Street
New York March 25, 1920
Dear Dave,

Sometime ago I addressed a post card to Eddie Morris and in return received a letter from him. He is out in Wyoming at present. In his letter he insists that he has written you frequently and regularly without receiving any reply from you. I know that you did not hear from him when I was with you and it is difficult to believe that his mail has been withheld. I am under the impression that he wrote a letter to you too, when he wrote me one for I wrote him that a line from him would be appreciated by you.

From a reliable source, I learn that Eddie has not been the same man since his return from abroad. He has learned to drink and gamble and in all leads a much more riotous life than you would think him capable of. He has been tramping a good deal and is traveling about with a smartser.

I am selling for Sam. Today I took a trip to Philadelphia and returned about 6 o'clock, Business out there is as bad as it is in New York. You men are under the impression that business is going on splendidly now. If you think so you are very much mistaken. The cost of living has been rising

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