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April 8th., 1936.

Dear Sir:

Thank you very much for your kind and considerate letter of April 7th., in which you give us permission to keep the picture "Atlantic Coast" until the closing of Mr. Percy Crosby's exhibition.

You may be sure that when the picture is shipped to Washington, there will be no price mentioned.

With renewed thanks,

Yours very sincerely,



E. P. Henderson, Esq.,
Smithsonian Institution,
United States National Museum,
Washington, D. C.
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