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May 4th., 1945. Dear Mr. Parke: I understand that you will be back in town tomorrow, and I would like to have an appointment with you and Mr. Hyam next week. An answer from the London attorneys about the tapestries we discussed together having been received, I am anxious to take this matter up with you at your convenience. Sincerely yours, (Germain Seligman) Mr. Hiram H. Parke, Parke-Bernet Galleries, 30 East 57th. Street, New York 22, New York.
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