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CHICAGO [[/preprinted]]

June 22nd, 1936.

Mr. Robert M. Levy
Jacques Seligmann & Co.,Inc.
3 East 51st Street,
New York City.

Dear Mr. Levy:

Please forgive me for not replying earlier to your letter of May 29th requesting the loan of our picture by Picasso, "Head of Acrobat's Wife" for your exhibition during the month of January, 1937.

So far as Mrs. Brewster and I can see so far into the future, we shall be happy to loan you this picture unless something unforseen should arise in the meantime to prevent it.

Very truly yours,

[[signed]] Walter S. Brewster [[/signed]]


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