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Nov. 20th 1928

Dear Madam,

Our exhibition of the works of ODILON REDON terminated last week and we feel that we should again thank those whose kind cooperation made this show the great success that it was.

Art authorities inform us that seldom in the history of New York has an exhibition of the works of one artist caused such general interest, or brought such a large and appreciative attendance.

In a few years, we are promised, this exhibition will have almost a historic importance, and those who have assisted us have indeed proved themselves to be patrons of art in the very best sense of the word.

Again thanking you and trusting that we will have the pleasure of your visit to our gallery in the new future, we remain

Respectfully yours

de HAUKE & CO. Inc.

James St. L. O'Toole

Mrs. Chester Dale
Beverley Hotel
50th St. & Lexington Ave.
NYC
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