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October 28th., 1925.

Edward H. Bennett, Esq.,
80 East Jackson Blvd.,
Chicago, Ill.

Dear Mr. Bennett:

Just a line to tell you that I arrived but a few days ago in your country, that I am looking forward to seeing you in Chicago in the near future and that I wont fail then to take along with me the photographs of the statues you saw last Summer.

Should you come to New York in the meantime, I would greatly enjoy having your visit and showing you the things we have brought over.

With best regards,

Pray believe me,

Yours very sincerely,

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