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Peter Drucker writes Jean Kidd saying that it is a terribly busy time of the year for him, and that he will be going to South America in January. He tells Kidd not to be frightened by the mountain of work he will be bringing over, and that there will be ongoing works that he will try to keep to a minimum. Drucker talks about his Thanksgiving, and goes on to ask what Kidd's children like and are interested in so that he can give them presents for Christmas. The letter contains original handwritten notations and Drucker's original signature.