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April 22nd., 1938 Dear Miss. Roullier: Your letter of April 18th., in which you request the loan of our watercolors by DUNOYER DE SEGONZAC to the exhibition you are going to hold in November, at the Arts Club of Chicago, has just reached me. I am glad to inform you that we will be very pleased to cooperate with you to the fullest extent. Very sincerely yours, (Germain Séligmann) Miss Alice F. Roullier 400 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
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