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[[marginalia]] Kraushaar [[/marginalia]]

February 5, 1955

Dear Miss Kraushaar:

How extremely kind of you to have given so much of your time to help out Miss Geiger of the Dijon museum in connection with her research work on Alphonse Legros.  I have just written to her mentioning not only your kindness but also the considerable documentation you possess on this artist and suggesting that she communicate directly with you.

In view of this, I am returning to you the ^[[five]] photographs you were so kind as to turn over to Mrs. T. D. Parker, as it would seem to me more ethical probably were you to have these photographs at your disposal when Miss Geiger writes to you.

With renewed appreciation of your courtesy and personal greetings,

Sincerely yours,

Germain Seligman

Miss Antoinette Kraushaar
32 East 57th Street
New York, New York

[[underlined]] By hand [[/underlined]]

[[marginalia, vertical]] Kraushaar [[/marginalia]]

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