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GS February 14th 1923 ^[[checkmark]] E. J. Berwind, Esq., 2 East 64th street New York Dear Mr. Berwind,- When I had the pleasure of calling on you some time ago with my father, you told me that you intended to let me have the photographs of your works of art that were destined to my father's book. Am I am sailing on February 21st, I will take the liberty to call at your office down town to_morrow morning and find out whether these photos are ready, and whether you can give me the information inconnection with same. I believe that it would be safer and easier for me to take them over with me than to have them mailed. Looking forward to seeing you, pray believe me, Yours very sincerely, (Germain Seligmann)
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