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January 9, 1942

Mr. R. H. Waegen
Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc.
5 East 57th Street
New York, N. Y.

Dear Mr. Waegen:

I have been holding your letter of November 24th, as I thought that Mrs. Hickox might enjoy going in to see your Memling and your Crivelli. However, one thing after another has prevented our availing ourselves of this opportunity and we are now in the country, so I doubt very much whether we will be able to get in. Some time when we are in your neighborhood we will stop by, although we are not in the market for pictures at this time.

Very truly yours,

C V Hickox

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