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February 9th., 1942.

My dear Mr. Garbaty:


For quite some time I have been anxious to have the privilege of calling on you but as it would be in New York, something always turned up preventing me from writing to you.

I feel certain that you are a very busy man - however, I would enjoy having an opportunity of visiting you and seeing the paintings which adorn your home. May I give you a ring in a day or so to inquire whether and when it might be convenient to receive me?

Yours very sincerely,

(Germain Séligmann)

Eugene L. Garbaty, Esq.,
270 Park Ave.,
New York, New York.
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