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October 29th, 1937 Dear Mr. and Mrs. Ford: Thinking that you might be in town in connection with the Automobile Show, I should like to invite you quite specially to see a Picasso Exhibition which is opening at our galleries on Monday. However, if you will give me the great pleasure of your visit at any time convenient to you, I should be very glad to show you our new acquisitions and also the Picassos before the exhibition opens. Kindly believe me Yours sincerely, (René Seligmann) Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Ford Hotel Ritz-Carlton Madison Avenue & 46th Street New York, New York
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