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November 19, 1949

Dear Annemarie:

As always, it was nice to receive your letter of the 16th about Rico Lebrun.  You are quite right, we have been his representatives since early last summer.

We are aware of the large exhibition of his work being circulated by you and it is our expectation that in the course of time you will receive Lebrun's authorization to ship them to us when your commitments would have been fulfilled.  We are now working towards a one man show of paintings, drawings, and lithographs, which we are planning for March, and do hope that regardless whether it takes place then or slightly later in the season, you will make a point of coming in.

Incidentally, would you be so good as to send us a schedule of the institutions which have booked the circulating show.

Ethlyne and I are looking forward to seeing you the very next time you are in New York.

Yours very sincerely,

(Germain Seligman)

Mrs. John A. Pope
The American Federation of Arts
1262 New Hampshire Ave. N. W.
Washington 6, D. C.

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