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Mr. George E. Kelly  April 8,1932.

.........share the young man's interest in this work.

I am glad to hear the REDON pastel has been delivered to the Museum and I will write to Mr. Ingersoll about this.  We understand you are holding the receipt for this work which you will keep in your files.

Attached hereto, please find a parcel receipt #G-88-11990 from the Broad Street station check room with which I trust you will be able to send some one over and take an umbrella which Mr. Séligmann's secretary left there on the opening day and give it to the truckmen to be returned here.

Mr. Séligmann has told me of his conversation with you and pursuant to your request we are enclosing herewith two photographs, one of the RAEBURN "Portrait of John Clerk" the other of the JOHN SMART "Portrait of a Gentleman", with the details on the back, and trust you will be able to interest some one in these two works.

Please remember if there are any other works that might be interesting to you, we are always too glad to do anything in our power to cooperate with you.

Again thanking you for your many courtesies during our pleasant exhibition experiences, and looking forward to the pleasure of seeing you in the very near future, please believe me to be,

Yours very sincerely,

James St.L.O'Toole.

Mr. George E. Kelly,
Mc Clees Galleries,
1615 Walnut Street,
Philadelphia, Pa.

enclosures: 1 list of pictures.
1 parcel receipt,
2 photographs.

P.S. We are giving you herewith the selling prices of the two works of which we are sending you the photographs:

#4455 RAEBURN "Portrait of John Clerk" ..........$15,000.-

#4696 JOHN SMART "Portrait of a Gentleman.........$7,800.-
  
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