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The AACA library would love a donation the manual. And they can provide you a tax deduction as they are a "non-profit" organization.<P>Please contact the AACA office for details.<P>Thanks,<P>Peter Gariepy<P>------------------<BR>Peter Gariepy<BR>peterg@aaca.org<P>www.aaca.org

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Please!Please!Please! Seriously consider what Peter suggested - donate the Duesenberg literature to the AACA Library & Research Center or to the AACA Museum - take a tax write off if desired, but more importantly get the documentation in a place where it will be valued for many years to come. Please call Bill Smith at 1-717-534-1910 or Kim Miller at the L&RC 1-717-534-2082. If you need any furthur assistance just let Peter or me know.

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Gentlemen,<BR> Upon my mother's passing almost two years ago, I had the task of going through all of the family treasures and junk collected for the last 75 to 100 years.<BR> Among my grandfathers possessions in found an "INSTRUCTION BOOK for the DUESENBERG MODEL J", as I remember, my mother had told me that my grandfather had acquired the Duesenberg while he was the head of the FRICK ART COLLECTION in New York, and that the car had belonged to Ethal Dupont.<BR>I don't know if he had purchased it directly from her or just down the line. However I have the book and a paid receipt for the book, from ROYAL MOTOR SERVICE dated 01/13/1938, and am courious if it would be of value to the museum or maybe the present owner of that particular car, if it is still around, or any present Model J owner.<P> Any assistance or your thoughts on the above would be appreciatated.<P>I can be contacted by email :<BR>ARCHERUSMC@aol.com<P> I look foward to hearing from you.<BR> Sincerely,<P> Allan E. Archibald

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