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September 8th., 1939. My dear Miss Kraushaar: Following my conversation with you on the 'phone, I am enclosing herewith, a letter which arrived this morning, addressed to Mr. Walt Dehner, from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. When I saw Mr. Dehner just prior to his sailing he told me of the arrangement made with your gallery and I am sure it will be a pleasant one from both sides. When I have a few moments to spare I shall certainly drop in to see Mr. Dehner's recent pictures. Yours very sincerely, (Mrs. Theresa D. Parker) Miss Kraushaar, C.W. Kraushaar Gallery, 730 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y.
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