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[[underlined]] BALTIMORE, MARYLAND [[/underlined]]

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BLAUSTEIN, Jacob (cont'd) | In the entrance:
   | DERAIN - a good landscape; 60 x 80 cms.
   | UTRILLO - second-rate; 55 x 60 cms.
   | GAUGUIN "Cellist Player"; Parisian Period I suppose; frightfully ugly to look at ^[[circled]] look at. [[/circled]] The colors are quite opaque. The way the sitter is sitting on the painting is very good. 1 m x 80 cm.

BOONE, James R. Herbert
Bellona Avenue., Govans
Evergreen 1243 | Camilla Vogelgesang's brother. I did not speak of her to him because she asked me not to. He has an apartment in New York. Was sorry not to be able to see me because he was ill.


CONE, Etta
The Marlborough
1701 Eutaw Place
Madison 4300

^[[offered - Mar '47 Boudin $3500 Seurat $8500 Corot "Dunkerque" $11,500]] | Superb Collection:
   | Forty MATISSE oils, most of them amazing in quality
   | CEZANNE "Bathers"; 30 x 45 cms; superb
   | CEZANNE "Mount St. Victorie"; seen from the quarry; important and quite beautiful
   | GAUGUIN "Tahitian Girl"; 85 x 65 cms
   | RENOIR - four or five of Red period
   | PICASSO - one blue oil; a boy seen in bust; 60 x 50 cms
   |" [[ditto for PICASSO]] - "Mother and Child"; 1923; mainly outlined; 1 m x 80 cms; lovely
   | PICASSO - gouache; 1905; 35 x 25 cms. (altogether a small roommore or less covered with PICASSOs)
   | SEURAT - drawing that I could not actually see because I was so tired.
   | MATISSE - drawings
   | " [[ditto for MATISSE]] - "Self Portrait"

   | The whole collection will go to the Baltimore Museum


CONE, Frederick W. | Brother of Etta Cone.  [[underlined]] Dead. [[/underlined]]

DAINGERFIELD, Mrs. P. B. K.
4407 North Charles St. | [[underlined]] Dead. [[/underlined]]

EPSTEIN, Jacob
7200 Park Heights Avenue | [[underlined]] Dead. [[/underlined]].  His whole collection at Museum. 25 to 30 paintings which fill a room. Six are good.

^[[+]] GARRETT, Mrs. John W.
4545 Charles Street Ave. Phone: University 3376 | Lives during the winter in Washington, D.C. at 2029 Connecticut Avenue N.W.
   | Phone: Michigan 8729
   | She is herself a painter. Has given a collection of DUFY to the Museum where they were not hanging.
   | Mrs. Garrett belongs to the family of the founder of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.

^[[+]] GORDON, Douglas H. (Dr.)
100 E. Chase Street
Phone: Mulberry 2720
Office: Fidelity Bldg. ^[[1125]]
Phone: Lexington 4264 | I heard about him that he had been for a while director in one of the museums; that they threw him out of that position because while director, he had never been able to be a member of the museum. His collection is only of drawings, a few sculptures, and
   | INGRES - containing four personages, a whole family; big; rather good. Dates 185-?. 30 x 45 cms.

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"look at" was typed twice. the second was circled.

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