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April 13th., 1944. To the Executors of the Estate of Mrs. William O. Goodman, 1355 N. Astor Street, Chicago, Ill. Gentlemen: Though, unfortunately, I never had an opportunity of being able to call on Mr. or Mrs. William O. Goodman when I was in Chicago, I often heard of their collection of modern French paintings. I would be very much interested to hear from you as to whether you contemplate parting with some of these paintings, and in this event I would gladly go to Chicago to discuss the matter with you. Yours very truly, (Germain Seligmann)
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