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November 4th., 1925.

Mrs. Walter S. Brewster,
232 E. Walton Pl., 
Chicago, Ill.

Dear Madam:

I arrived in your country but a few days ago and, knowing of your interest in art, I am taking the liberty of telling you that we have opened again our New York galleries, and that we have brought over a very fine collection of paintings, tapestries, furniture and works of art, that we would be very pleased to show you.

We would consider it a great privilege, should you come to New York some time in the near future, to have your visit at our galleries.

Pray believe me,

Yours very sincerely,

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