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June 20th, 1972

Dear Mr. Noda;

We have now been able to communicate your letter of June 5th to Mr. Germain Seligman, who is traveling in Europe.  He has asked that I express his pleasure at the prospect of welcoming the group of art-interested Japanese this Fall.

Incidentally, the gallery closes for the month of August, and re-opens the very first days of September, when Mr. Seligman will be in touch with you himself.

Yours very sincerely,

Mrs. Thomas D. Parker
on behalf of Mr. Germain Seligman

Mr. Ko Noda
President
International Heritage Club
145 East 69th Street
New York, N.Y. 10021
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