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CT/D

January 8th, 1936.

Mr. J. Chenue,
10, Great St. Andrew Street,
Shaftesbury Avenue,
LONDON.

Dear Sir:

Towards the end of November, you received from us a painting of "Lady Lovat" by SIR THOMAS LAWRENCE which we instructed you to send to Messrs. G. Clark & Sons, the restorers, who were to return it to you after they had done some work on the picture.

As we have received no news from you since that time, we would like to know when that picture is going to be shipped to us, as per instructions you have already received.

Very truly yours,
JACQUES SELIGMANN & COMPANY, Inc.

(Clyfford Trevor)

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Transcription Notes:
Initials at the bottom are difficult to read. Initials at bottom are GS. Stands for Germain Seligmann. This is by and large the same initials at the bottom of every page.

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