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A.G. BALCH
708 UNION BANK BUILDING
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

February 26, 1941

Mr. Germain Seligmann
Beverly-Wilshire Hotel
Los Angeles, Calif.

Dear Sir:
I have your letter of February
24th and it will give me great pleasure
to show you our pictures. It is not a
collection, merely some pictures that we
have gathered together and love to live
with in our rooms.

If you will call TRinity 2937
between half-past ten and noon almost
any morning, I shall be very glad indeed
to make it a point to meet you and show 
you the pictures.

Very sincerely yours,
[[underlined]] ^[[A. C. Balch]] [[/underlined]]
^[[L. 3. L]]
^[[Biltmore]]
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