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April 15th, 1943 Dear Mr. and Mrs. Hickox: It was indeed a great pleasure to enjoy your very cheerful and charming company and to see your beautiful paintings. I do want to thank you ever so much for your kindness. When leaving, dear Mrs. Hickox, I looked for the Austrian-German Bakery on 86th Street near Lexington Avenue, which you so warmly recommended, but I could not find it. I felt terribly disappointed. I hope to have the pleasure of seeing you both soon again, and in the meantime, Very sincerely yours, (Georges E. Seligmann) Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Hickox 10 Gracie Square New York, New York
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