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April 18th, 1935. My dear Mr. Field: When I had the pleasure to see you the other day, you told me when you were next going to London you wanted to see the Courtauld Collection. Though the Collection is semi-public, it occurred to me that you might like to have an introduction to Sam Courtauld. We have now visiting us Sam Dushkin, the well known violinist who has just completed a concert tour in this country with Igor Stravinsky. Dushkin in his younger days was a protege of the Courtauld's and they are the greatest of friends. I would gladly tell him to give you this introduction. It also occurred to me, in case you have not seen it already, that you might like to see the Adolph Lewisohn Collection one of these days. My brother-in-law is a partner of the firm and I know the Lewisohns very well. If you would care to see this Collection, which contains really some fantastic pictures of the 19th Century School, it would give me great pleasure to have this opportunity to see you again. Kindly believe me, Yours sincerely, (René Seligmann) Marshall Field, Esq., 38 Wall Street, New York City.
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