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December 9th., 1958. Dear John: As to which Pre-Columbian objects would sell, I can only say "small things" and as far as possible not in terra-cotta. I suggest that when you get here, you and I try to see Mr. Robert Goldwater who is the Director of the museum created by Nelson Rockefeller, known as "Museum of Primitive Art" 15 W. 54th. Street, towards getting opinions and suggestions of prices. What is your opinion on that procedure? Brooklyn too has one of the outstanding collections, so if it seems wise, we could have a conversation with the Curator there also. Further than that, do bring along all sorts of photos as we are interested in seeing something of your activities at the Center, your own and Isobel's work......and of course hearing what she will have discovered about the marble at Santa Rosa de Lima convent. Until we meet in N.Y., best from Mr. Seligman and me. Sincerely, Mrs. Theresa D. Parker Mr. John Davis, The Art Center, Avenida A. Benavides 325 y Los Pinos 81, Miraflores, LIMA, PERU GS
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