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RS:KP June 4th, 1934. Mrs. Leonard Clark Feathers, 66 Second Street, Waterford, N.Y. Dear Madame: Thank you for your letter of May 29th. Miss de Kammerer plans to be in New York until about the 15th of June, as she has been invited to go West to paint a portrait, and she probably will be away from the date I mentioned above for about amount and will be back in New York, therefore, around the fifteenth of July. Could you possibly advise me whether you can come and see her before that date, and also whether you would want to have the portrait painted in New York or in your city, because Miss de Kammerer could certainly postpone her departure a few days. On the other hand, should you not be able to communicate with us before the 15th of June, it might be advisable for you to communicate with her direct. Therefore, I am enclosing herewith her address and am informing Miss de Kammerer that she might hear from you directly. Kindly believe me Yours very truly, (René Seligmann)
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