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                                May 18th, 1933.

Chester A. Johnson, Esq.,
410 South Michigan Avenue,
Chicago, Illinois.

Dear John:
        In answer to your unsigned letter of the 17th inst., we are today forwarding by express the SEGONZAC and the two CHINNERYs, particulars of which I enclosed in my last letter.

        In reply to your inquiry, the Chinnerys came directly from the Chinnery family.

        Trusting you will have luck with your Exhibition and with my kindest regards, believe me to be

                             Yours Sincerely,
                            (Clyfford Trevor)

P.S. As I am not going abroad this year during the summer if you have any inquiries for paintings of any kind which you think we might have, I would be pleased to hear from you.

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