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Lettie Lee

Ann Elmo Agency, Inc.

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Lettie Lee

Ann Elmo Agency, Inc.

60 East 42nd Street
New York, NY 10165
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Young Adult


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06/19/2012 04:08 PM
Years ago, I had a wonderful interaction with Lettie Lee. I wish they were open to queries. She's a class act!
06/15/2012 07:07 AM
EQ 6-15-12
01/26/2011 04:04 PM
Although they're not accepting queries, I took a chance. On 1/22/2011, I've sent out my query via snail mail. Today she said "sorry, it's not right for them" on my query. OH well.

4/8/2011--I sent her a new query for Chain Reaction. Today I've heard back from them. They're not accepting new clients. A different rejection since January.
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