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January 24, 1948

My dear Miss Choate:

Though my arrival in this country is relatively recent, I have nevertheless heard your collection spoken of frequently and would be ever so grateful if you would allow me to call on you with my cousin Germain, and thus have the privilege of meeting you and seeing the works of art you own.

Trusting this will be possible, and looking forward to hearing from you,

Very sincerely yours,

(Georges E. Seligmann)

Miss Mabel Choate
770 Park Avenue
New York 21, N.Y.

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