You Don't Need Sam Spade To Trace A Lost Pal

My grandmother, who at age 88 is a very busy woman, recently asked me to help her with a project: She recalls lending a large, sterling-silver tea tray, about 40 years ago, to a woman named Jean Dinion, her friend and decorator in New York. My assignment was to find Ms. Dinion and ask if she had the tray.

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