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March 2nd., 1927. My dear Miss. Greene: The letter of your secretary of March 1st., has just reached me. Whatever the answer of Mr. Morgan may be won't you give me a few moments of your precious time so as to grant me the pleasure of saying "How-do-you-do" to you? I haven't seen you in so long that it would really be a great joy for me just to have a glimpse of you. Looking forward to hearing from you, Believe me to be, Yours very sincerely, Miss. Belle da Costa Greene, The Pierpont Morgan Library, 33 East 36th. Street, N.Y., N.Y.
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