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October 15th, 1937

Dear Mrs. Brewster:

I, indeed, enjoyed very much your visit the other day to our galleries, and only hope I didn't tire you out in showing you our various paintings.

Referring to the exhibition we are going to have from November 1st to 20th, "Twenty Years in the Evolution of Picasso", I just spoke to Mr. Germain Séligmann about your picture, and should it be at all possible, we should be greatly obliged if you would be kind enough to send us a photograph of your Picasso.

I don't refer to the very fine head of the Blue period which you lent us last year, but I do have in mind the earlier one which you mentioned at the time of your visit.

I trust you returned to Chicago safely. Looking forward to the privilege of hearing from you,

Believe me to be

Respectfully yours,

(R. H. Waegen)
Mrs. Walter S. Brewster
Lake Forest, Illinois