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12-VI-1953 Dear Mr Seligman, I am very sorry I neglected to write to you and to answer your very kind letter.Our little baby was very ill and with my absence I forgot my duties;after that I thought my letter would arrive too late. Please arrive when you like from Paris, I'll be at the Library every day, even Saturday that week. Yes the photographs arrived safely;thank you very much. The quality and quantity of them make me fear that the bill might be too high. I hope to see you soon. Sincerely yours, L. M. J. Delaisse L. M. J. Delaissé [[right margin]] Delaissé [[/right margin]]
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