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December 1943

[[underlined]] PEOPLE MR. GEORGES WANTS TO SEE ON NEXT TRIP TO BOSTON [[/underlined]]:

^[[x]] CHARLES P. CURTIS
244 Beacon St. ^[[Commonwealth 19.61]] Would have been glad to show me collection ^[[a Watteau et tapis]] but for illness in family. Let him know when in Boston again

MRS. E. D. BRANDEGEE
Faulkner Farm 
Brookline ^[[Arnold 01.77]] Was out of town. Would show me collection another time. Heard she would sell.

MRS. WM. TUDOR GARDINER
416 Marlborough St. 
Has leased 184 Beacon St. house where pictures are hanging. Might sell ROMNEY, RIGAUD, SANVOORT which are in that house but would not remove them while tenants there. Have asked for photographs.

^[[x]] MRS. SAMUEL D. WARREN 
166 Marlborough St.
Has paintings for sale. Sister of Gardiner. Wrote Dec. 20/43 would show me her paintings in [[pencil underlined]] Essex [[/pencil underlined]] and [[pencil underlined]] Prides Crossing [[/pencil underlined]] next time I went to Boston. 

HARVEY H. BUNDY
133 Beacon St. ^[[Commonwealth 3722]] Out of town while I was there. 

Dr. & Mrs. R. P. STRONG
107 Chestnut St.
Lafayet 7070 
Living in Washington for the duration. Would see me in Boston when the war is over. Lived in France for years; very loquacious.

MRS. THOMAS N. METCALF
138 Newbury St.
Nee Paine. Was living in small apartment with no pictures.

FLETCHER STEELE 
48 Beacon St. 
Landscape architect. Said would bring in Iselins.

JOHN T. SPAULDING
99 Beacon St.

DR. & MRS. WILLIAM HERMAN
52 Pinckney St. ^[[Capital 9891]]
Was ill. Has paintings including VAN GOGH

[[strikethrough]] MR. CARTER [[/strikethrough]] at GARDNER MUSEUM  Mention Mrs. Fiske Warren

HIPKISS, EDGELL, SWARZENSKI at Museum ^[[Constable]]

PROF. POST at Fogg Art Museum

ROBERT C. VOSE
559 Boylston St.
Dealer

Mr. McKANE at DOLL & RICHARDS 
140 Newbury St.
Dealer

GIOVANNI CASTANO
274 Boylston St.
Didn't see him last time. Germain says to be careful with him.^[[ne pas y aller]]
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