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March 1, 1927

Dear Mr. Berwind:

If you haven't heard from us since we had the pleasure of your visit when we  showed you the French paintings which came from the Rothschilds in Germany, it is because we did not think we had anything worthy of your attention.

We have just recently purchased and brought over three very fine French pictures, which we are very anxious to show you. We know that you would greatly enjoy seeing them, and we hope that in the near future you will have a few spare moments to visit us.

With best regards, and hoping that these lines will find you in good health, kindly believe us,

Yours very sincerely,

E. J. Berwind, Esq.,
2 East 64th Street,
New York, N. Y.
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