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April 19, 1946 Dear Mr. Adler: I really do hope that you will be coming to New York soon, as I would appreciate your visiting me when you have a few spare moments. We recently purchased some PICASSOs, BRAQUEs, and ROUAULTs of the most interesting type, not to speak of several RENOIRs that I know you would enjoy seeing. Please extend the invitation to your father whom I would be extremely glad to see again, and remember me to him as well as the two Mrs. Adler. Thanking you beforehand for your answer, Sincerely yours, (Georges E. Seligmann) Mr. Thomas Adler Box 338 Lockland, Ohio ^[[GS]]
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