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December 16th, 1943

Dear Mr. Garbaty:

I have said so much to my cousin, Georges Seligmann, about your lovely collection, that he is most anxious to have an opportunity of calling on you. 
I trust that you are now back in town and that you will have a few moments to spare to receive him. I am therefore asking my cousin to give you a ring.

Hoping that Mrs. Garbaty and you have spent a pleasant summer and that you are enjoying good health,

with anticipated thanks for your courtesy

Yours very sincerely,

(German Séligmann)

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