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June 30th, 1943

My dear Mr. Jackling: 

In November 1939 we wrote to you and later had a conversation regarding the paintings belonging to the Cook Estate. 

As certain of our clients have inquired whether it would be possible now to acquire some of these paintings, we should very much like to know if you would be in a position to talk the matter over with us. 

I would be very glad to have an opportunity to discuss this question with you at your convenience. 

Your sincerely,

(Georges E. Seligmann)

Roger Jackling, Esq. 
Messrs. Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle
63 Wall Street
New York, New York


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GS: Germain Seligman

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