Theodor Herzl, Hustling and Bustling, Sends Thanks for a Joke

February 7, 1899

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Theodor Herzl, Hustling and Bustling, Sends Thanks for a Joke
Calling Card
1 page | SMC 515

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      A cordial Herzl inscribes his thanks, on his personal calling card, “for the good joke,” and apologizes for not answering a friendly letter “in the hustle and bustle of recent days.”


      Calling Card, with five lines in autograph, in German; printed “Dr. Theodor Herzl” sextodecimo, no place, February 7, 1899.
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      Dr. Theodor Herzl
       
      expresses cordial thanks for the good joke and apologizes for not replying to your friendly letter in the hustle and bustle of recent days.