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Cable Address:"Natstu" New York Telephone Wickersham 2800 [[image]] INTERNATIONAL STUDIO 572 Madison Avenue New York October the thirty-first 1930 [[left margin]] Mrs Parker [[/left margin]] Mr. Rene Seligmann 3 East 51st Street New York City Dear Mr. Seligmann: While we appreciate the fact that you are unable to do your usual amount of advertising this season, we hope that it will be possible for you to at least use a page in the annual "Christmas Number." You may recall this issue last year as it was the one in which we reproduced the Tiepolo on the cover through the courtesy of your galleries. This is an annual number. No expense or effort has been spared to make it the finest edition we have ever published, and I believe it is no exaggeration to say that this issue will remain in the hands of our readers for many months to come. You will be interested, perhaps, to know that we shall review the Wiener Collection of French furniture in this number. The table of contents includes such distinguished contributors as Bernard Berenson, Bernard Rackham, Julius Meier-Graefe, Walter Shaw Sparrow, Armand Dayot and others. The advertising pages will present a complete directory of the leading art galleries here and abroad, and I sincerely hope that we may be allowed to add to this list of art firms which will be represented in the Christmas Annual, the name of Jacques Seligmann & Company, Inc. Yours very truly, Charles E. Whitney Advertising Manager INTERNATIONAL STUDIO L.F.Black:mw CHICAGO: 333 NO. MICHIGAN AVENUE SAN FRANCISCO: 1112 HEARST BUILDING BOSTON: 126 NEWBURY STREET LONDON: 175 PICCADILLY, W. I. PARIS: 60 RUE CAUMARTIN MILAN: VIA CARDUCCI, 5
I closed up the spaces in 1930, to make it searchable.
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