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ART IN AMERICA
Cannondale, Connecticut

Editor
JEAN LIPMAN

Business Manager
EVERETT H. POND

Design
LOUISE VACCARO

Editorial Board
JOHN I.H. BAUR
BURTON CUMMING
LOUISA DRESSER
LLOYD GOODRICH
TALBOT HAMLIN
BARTLETT H. HAYES, JR.
KATHARINE KUH
NINA FLETCHER LITTLE
DOROTHY C. MILLER
EARLE W. NEWTON
DUNCAN PHILLIPS
EDGAR P. RICHARDSON
JAMES THRALL SOBY
GORDON WASHBURN
ALICE WINCHESTER
CARL ZIGROSSER 

Book Review Editor
VIRGIL BARKER
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February 21, 1955

Jacques Seligmann & Co.,
5 E. 57th St.,
New York, N.Y.

Atten: Mrs. Parker

Dear Mrs. Parker:

We hope you liked the NEW TALENT issue, and that you will wish to continue your advertisement.

We'd like to point out that three-quarters of our content is now devoted to contemporary art, and that we offer a 10% discount for 4 consecutive insertions. Deadline for May issue is March 25th.

A contract blank is enclosed for your convenience, and we thank you in advance for your continued interest.

Sincerely yours,

[[signature]] Jean Lipman [[/signature]]
Jean Lipman, Editor

JL:br

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