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PARKE-BERNET GALLERIES ∙ INC
980 MADISON AVENUE ∙ NEW YORK 21
PUBLIC AUCTION SALES AND APPRAISALS OF
ART ∙ LITERARY AND OTHER PERSONAL PROPERTY
INCLUDING JEWELRY

LESLIE A. HYAM, President
LOUIS J. MARION, Executive Vice-President
MARY VANDEGRIFT, Vice-President
ANTHONY N. BADE. Vice-President
MAX BARTHOLET, Secretary & Treasurer
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[[strikethrough]]OSWALD GOETZ[[/strikethrough]]
[[strikethrough]]CHARLES RETZ[[/strikethrough]]
Asst. Vice-Presidents
OTTO H. KNOLL, Asst. Secy. & Treasurer
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CHARLES A. HELLMICH
WILLIAM A. SMYTH
THEODORE J. MULDOON

Telephone
TRAFALGAR 9-8300
Cable Address: PARKGAL
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CHARLES PACKER, Head of Appraisal Dept.
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November 15, 1960

Jacques Seligmann & Co
5 East 57th Street
New York City, N.Y.

Gentlemen:

Consequent on the recent death of Dr. Oswald Goetz, we have engaged his successor, as you may by this time be aware, [[pencil underlined]]Mr. Carroll Hogan[[/pencil underlined]] of San Antonio, Texas.

Mr. Hogan was formerly associated with the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts and the Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, and later was Director of the Wichita Art Museum in Wichita, Kansas. The purpose of this letter is to introduce him formally to you and also to request that you afford him the same help and coöperation which you were good enough in the past to give to my late colleague.

Yours very sincerely,

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Leslie A. Hyam

LAH:es
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