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Mrs. T. G. Parker -2- March 25, 1930

We particularly feel that this issue will be welcomed by those New York dealers who also have European addresses. Since you are one of these, I am writing to ask if you will be good enough to bring this issue to Mr. Seligmann's attention. It will be one of the most important numbers we have ever issued and the keen interest of collectors and connoisseurs everywhere is assured.

I neglected to mention that a special European advertising section will be included in this issue and the advertising pages will present to art buyers a complete directory of the world's important art galleries. May we reserve space for you in the May special number?

Yours very truly,
Charles E. Whitney
Advertising Manager

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