Letter from Meish Rubin to Taube

What you ask, Taube, about Mr Blumson, who does not inquire about you and each other, you don’t need to talk or write. And if you write, then the uncle will write many letters and have a court case with him about old claims. And then we will have no rest from him. I think Taube it is better not to answer.

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