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October 31st., 1925.


E. J. Berwind, Esq.,
2 E. 64th. St.,
New York, New York

Dear Mr. Berwind:

I arrived from Europe but a few days ago, and not having had the pleasure of your visit in a long, long time, I thought of dropping these lines to tell you that we have brought over, this year, a group of very beautiful paintings and some exceptional art objects, which we would like to have the privilege of showing you.

Hoping that in the near future we will have the pleasure of seeing you again, and with best regards,

Pray believe me,

Yours very sincerely,
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