[Printed stationery for the Hotel Lincoln in Havana, Cuba, featuring a ship sailing over two lines representing waves; a shield containing the letter 'L'; and an open banner advertising the name of the hotel]

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[Printed stationery for the Hotel Lincoln in Havana, Cuba, featuring a ship sailing over two lines representing waves; a shield containing the letter 'L'; and an open banner advertising the name of the hotel]
Date
1929 November 9
Notes
Tom [Foggerty] TLS to Peggy [Pearl Goldblatt Aronson], November 9, 1929. Havana, CU, page 1. From a collection of papers containing correspondence, financial records, photographs, and ephemera related to Calvin Aronson and his wife, Pearl Goldblatt (later Grant) Aronson.
Collection Title
Aronson-Grant papers
Collection Creator
Aronson, Pearl Goldblatt, b. 1905.
ID
7070
Repository
William L. Clements Library
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2018-11-30 10:52:03

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