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November 26th., 1943.

Dear Mrs. Brewster:

It is ages since I have been in Chicago and since I have had the privilege of calling on you and Mr. Brewster.

I am taking advantage of the exhibition organized at the Arts Club, of the retrospective of Roger de LA FRESNAYE to which I have cooperated, to spend a couple of days in your city, and do hope you will have a few moments to spare when I may present my respects.

I will arrive in Chicago on Wednesday, stopping at the Lake Shore Drive Hotel, and shall call you up to inquire when it would be convenient for you to receive me.

Trusting that you and Mr. Brewster are enjoying good health and looking forward to seeing you,

Yours very sincerely,

(Germain Séligmann)

Mrs. Walter S. Brewster,
2104 No. Lakeview Ave.,
Chicago, Ill.

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