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[[Preprinted]] PHYLLIS ACKERMAN
277 PARK AVENUE
NEW YORK, N.Y. [[/Preprinted]]

June 28, 1939

Dear Germain

The tapestry people are still teeter-tottering, but there is still real hope. If I exact a decision now it be an automatic "no", but if I play the situation along I may be able to land it. Since I judge there is no other immediate demand for the piece, dont you think you could arrange to leave it with me a bit longer?

As ever,
Phyllis.

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