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^[[✓]] [[preprinted]] THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF ARTS BARR BUILDING, FARRAGUT SQUARE, WASHINGTON, D. C. METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART NEW YORK, N.Y. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA LINCOLN, NEBRASKA ELIHU ROOT, HONORARY PRESIDENT ROBERT W. DE FOREST, PRESIDENT F. P. KEPPEL, 1ST VICE-PRESIDENT F. A. WHITING, 2ND VICE-PRESIDENT GEORGE D. PRATT, 3RD VICE-PRESIDENT LEILA MECHLIN, SECRETARY FREDERIC A. DELANO, TREASURER HONORARY VICE-PRESIDENTS CECILIA BEAUX, NEW YORK W. K. BIXBY, ST. LOUIS 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 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 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY BARR BUILDING, FARRAGUT SQUARE WASHINGTON, D. C. [[/preprinted]] December 27, 1927. Seligmann Galleries, 11 East 52nd Street, New York, N. Y. Dear Sirs: We should like very much the privilege of reproducing in The American Magazine of Art the portrait of Richard Barwell and His Young Son by Sir Joshua Reynolds which you have lately brought to this country. Could you let us have a photograph for this purpose? Very sincerely yours, [[signature]] Leila Mechlin [[/signature]] Secretary and Editor LM/H
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