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November 2nd, 1933.

Dear Miss Roullier,

Now that the great Exhibition at the Art Institute has come to its end, we would like you to forward to us at your earliest opportunity the various drawings that we have loaned you for exhibition.

Of course, if there is a possibility of a sale still pending on any of these works of art, by all means keep such items in your gallery and never relax pursuit.

We have received quite a number of new and very interesting works in the past fortnight and more are on the way, so if conditions improve sufficiently to warrant it, we could organize a very good exhibition in Chicago later in the Season.

With Mr. Seligmann, I expect to be in Chicago in the early days of December, and will look forward to the pleasure of seeing you then, if not sooner in case you make another visit to New York.

Remember that in case you hear of any possibility of business, please get in touch with me right away, whether it is antique or modern, or even a decorative picture - our stock is most complete and each object is priced with current business conditions in mind.  Don't let the business go to other places if we can help it.

Sincerely yours,
(James St.L. O'Toole)

Miss Alice Roullier,
Albert Roullier Art Gallery,
414 South Michigan Avenue,
Chicago, Illinois

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