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March 14th 1923

Miss Belle Greene, 
33 East 36th street
New York

Dear Madam,-

We beg to hand you by the bearer a set of photographs which had been taken at the Library. Another set is being sent by us to Mr. Jacques Seligmann in Paris. 

May we ask you if Mr. Seligmann is already in possession of the data concerning these works of art, which he would like to use, or if he has requested you to send them to us or to him. We know that he collects data to be referred to in his book, and if you would kindly send them to us, we would be greatly obliged, unless of course they have already been communicated to him.

Believe us,

Very truly yours,

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