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May [[strikethrough]] 27th [[/strikethrough]] 31st, 1944

Dear Mr. Adler:

I recall with pleasure your visit to our Paris galleries some years ago and the Picasso which you purchased at that time.

As I expect to be in Cincinnati for a few days next week, I am wondering if I might have the privilege of calling on you and also seeing the picture again.

My plans being still a bit indefinite, I trust you will not mind if I take the liberty of telephoning you soon after my arrival to find out if and when it would be convenient for you to receive me.

Hoping this will be possible, and looking forward to seeing you again,

Very sincerely yours,

(Georges E. Seligmann)

Thomas Adler, Esq.
Adler & Co.
Harrison and Queen City Avenues
Cincinnati, Ohio

P. S.  I will be staying at the Netherland Plaza Hotel from Tuesday morning on.
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