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^[[√]] ^[[Already Mailed directly]] June 30, 1936. Dear Mr. Brewster: Your letter of June 22 has just been forwarded to me out here, and I am delighted that you and Mrs. Brewster will consent to the loan of your Picasso "Head of Acrobat's Wife" for our exhibition next January. I do hope that nothing unforseen will arise in the meantime to prevent it, and can assure you that we have had the most enthusiastic response so far, over twenty Picassos being promised already. As stated in my original letter, we will communicate with you at a later date regarding the details of shipping and insurance. As we expect to be here for about three weeks to a month, I hope we will have the pleasure of seeing you again; also Sarah and Duncan if they are back. Do tell them to call us at [[underline]] Cary 3 [[/underline]] (not 64 as above), as we want to hear all about their trip. With kind regards to you and Mrs. Brewster, I am, Yours sincerely, (Robert M. Levy) Mr. Walter S. Brewster 135 South La Salle Street, Chicago, Ill.
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