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CT ES April 12, 1927 Ganson Depew, Esq., c/o Norwich Lumber Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Dear Mr. Depew, I am writing you these few lines to ask you whether you have thought anything more about having that portrait painted by Lady Queensberry. As I told you I could arrange to have it done at a very reasonable price, if you are still considering it, and I am sure you would have a very satisfactory portrait. I am writing you these few lines as I am leaving very shortly for our Paris headquarters where I shall be for the entire summer. Awaiting, therefore, the favor of your reply, with my kind regards, believe me to be Yours sincerely,
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