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Madame Paul Meyer-May

21 Boulevard Beausejour,



Jan. 24, 1929

Dear Madam:

I am deeply touched & grateful to you for your beautiful translation of my circular letter in connexion with the passing of our dear Hippolyte. What I have written & attempted to express is indeed only an inadequate tribute to the many & unforgettable services he has rendered to the Cause & humanity in the course of his rich & fruitful life.

I deeply sympathize with you in the severe loss you sustain, and will supplicate the almighty comforter to cheer & sustain you in your sorrow.

Hoping to meet you some day in Haifa, & welcome you in our home,

I am yours very sincerely,


1929-01-24 to Mme Paul Meyer-May re passing of Hippolyte


fm article by Thomas Linnard

Hippolyte's sister Mrs. Yvonne Meyer-May

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