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^[[oes]] November 26, 1947 Dear Mr. Adler: Thank you for your lines of November 24, 1947. I hasten to send you a short answer: Would you please transmit to Mr. [[pencil underlined]]Edward Dwight [[/pencil underlined]] how glad I will be to have the opportunity of meeting him and welcoming him to our galleries on his arrival in New York. I will be only too happy to be of assistance to both him and you. Won't you and Mrs. Adler be coming to New York in the near future? Many months have passed since I had the pleasure of seeing you, and with the accumulation of work here, I have to postpone until next Spring my intended trip west. Please remember me to the various members of your family and with best regards, Very sincerely yours, (Georges E. Seligmann) Mr. Thomas C. Adler Box 338 Lockland Ohio ^[[GS]]
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