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June 14, 1959 Dear Mr. Harvard, Do let me thank you for the article and the photographs you were so good to leave for me at Claridges. I intended calling you up to acknowledge receipt of them before leaving London, but as usual the last few hours were too hectic indeed. I do not wish to encourage you in thinking that I might be able to undertake anything in connection with this valuable painting, for truly I have no thoughts in mind in this respect. However, armed now with the documentation, should an occasion arise, I shall be in a position to act accordingly. May I remind you of my very definite interest in some in fine trois crayons drawings by Watteau, and by looking through the recent K.T.Parker publication of
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