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^[[✓]] [[preprinted]] THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF ARTS 1741 NEW YORK AVENUE, WASHINGTON, D. C. METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART NEW YORK, N.Y. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA LINCOLN, NEBRASKA ROBERT W. DE FOREST, PRESIDENT W. K. BIXBY, 1ST VICE-PRESIDENT LEILA MECHLIN, SECRETARY CUTHBERT LEE, ASSOCIATE SECRETARY HELEN H. CAMBELL, ASSISTANT SECRETARY FREDERIC A. DELANO, TREASURER IRENE M. RICHARDS, ASST. TREASURER RICHARD F. BACH, EXTENSION SECRETARY VICE-PRESIDENTS CECILIA BEAUX, NEW YORK E. H. BLASHFIELD, NEW YORK ROBERT WOODS BLISS, WASHINGTON MRS. GEORGE BLUMENTHAL, NEW YORK HOWELL C. BROWN, LOS ANGELES C. T. CROCKER, SAN FRANCISCO WILLIAM O. GOODMAN, CHICAGO MORRIS GRAY, BOSTON A. A. HAMERSCHLAG, PITTSBURGH EDGAR L. HEWETT, SANTA FE ARCHER M. HUNTINGTON, NEW YORK JOHN F. LEWIS, PHILADELPHIA FRANK G. LOGAN, CHICAGO A. W. MELLON, WASHINGTON JOHN BARTON PAYNE, WASHINGTON WILLIAM B. SANDERS, CLEVELAND GEORGE DUDLEY SEYMOUR, NEW HAVEN JOHN R. VAN DERLIP, MINNEAPOLIS CHARLES D. WALCOTT, WASHINGTON HENRY WHITE, WASHINGTON OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY 1741 NEW YORK AVENUE N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. [[/preprinted]] June 9, 1926 Jacques Seligmann & Co., Fifty-first St. & Fifth Avenue, New York. Dear Sir: I would like to make the suggestion that you advertise in the American Magazine of Art in order to familiarize our members and subscribers with your new location. This magazine is published by the American Federation of Arts, the national art society taking the places as far as a private organization may of the ministry of fine arts of foreign countries. In 1008 cities it has individual members who are for the most part lay individuals, a large number of whom are buyers of art. Sincerely yours, [[signature]] Cuthbert Lee [[/signature]] Associate Secretary. cl/s
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