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March 11, 1957

Dear Mr. Dodge:

How nice it was to see you again! But Mr. Seligman will be sorry not to have been here himself.

Poor substitutes as we both know photographs are, I am enclosing prints of the: –

BRAQUE (Fauvre period) "Paysage á l'Estaque"

and the wonderful new

COURBET "La Grotte de la Loue".

Hoping you will be able to bring the gentleman you have in mind for these, to the gallery to see them shortly,

Yours very sincerely,

Mrs. T. D. Parker

Mr. Joseph Dodge
c/o Hyde Collection
161 Warren Street
Glens Falls, New York

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