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January 10th, 1936.

Dear Mrs. Ford,

I am looking forward to spending the coming week starting Monday, the 13th, in Detroit.

I will have at the Museum a very fine group of modern paintings and do hope I shall have the pleasure of showing them to you. Amongst them are one of van Gogh's finest landscapes; one of Cézanne's finest landscapes; and an extremely fine "Blue" Picasso.

Hoping to have the opportunity to see you and Mr. Ford again, and with my kindest regards,

Please believe me

Yours sincerely,

(René Seligmann)

Mrs. Edsel Ford,
1100 Lake Shore Drive,
Detroit, Michigan.

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