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It was doing very well, too, but I didn't know how well. Midway through the Hurricane engagement, I found myself a little short of cash, so I went up to the William Morris Agency- apparently cool, and not overly condescending- for the purpose of borrowing five hundred dollars. While I was exchanging greetings with some of the executives, an office boy passed and saw me. Ellington," he said, "I have some mail for you too. He handed me about a dozen envelopes, which I proceeded to peel through casually until I came to one with a transparent window from RCA Victor.