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December 4,1947

Dr. Phyllis Ackerman
9 East 89th Street
New York, N.Y.

Dear Dr. Ackerman:

Thank you ever so much for your note on the two tapestries. Certainly we will want your professional opinion should we seriously consider them.

Perhaps we ought to take note of the one of the same series which you mention if it is important.  We have written Germain Seligman to find out; if it is and we decide to seriously consider it, we will want a professional opinion on it-perhaps on all three.

With all good wishes I am,

Yours Sincerely,

(Signed) Blake More Godwin
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