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GRAND CENTRAL ART GALLERIES
GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL
15 VANDERBILT AVENUE
NEW YORK

MURRAY HILL 2-2413
CABLE GRANDART
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October 19, 1933

Jacques Seligmann & Co.,
3 East 51st St.,
New York City.

Gentlemen:-

Upon my return to the city today, I find a memorandum on my desk from some one in your establishment requesting privilege of parking car in our driveway.

We are very anxious to be neighborly but would like very much to be able to comply with your request but I am afraid it will be impossible as we expect to have trucks and cars using this drive frequently during the day. In fact our superintendent will keep his car in the rear of this driveway and, of course, will have to go in and out frequently. I an sure you will understand.

We hope that you will call and visit our Galleries and make yourself known to either the writer or Mr. W. W. Wiseman.

Sincerely,
[[signed]] Erwin S Barrie [/signed]]
Manager.

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