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February 14, 1955

Dear Mr. Baderou:

I am about to leave New York for a little while, and going over my records, I find that I have received no answer to my last two letters of December 23rd and of January 6th.  I recall you told me you were going out of town, but I assume that by now you have returned to Paris after a restful trip.

I am particularly anxious to know whether you have had an opportunity of calling on Mr. Catroux in connection with the painting by Schall.  As I took the liberty of calling to your attention, the information you can give him will be of considerable importance to him for his catalogue.

With all best wishes and best regards,

Sincerely yours,

Germain Seligman

Mr. Henri Baderou
25, rue du Faubourg St. Honoré
Paris, 8, France

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