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Dear Mrs. Kelley, I am taking the liberty of writing you these few lines to ask you whether you would have time some day in the near future to come in to see a very important painting by RONNEY which we have just acquired. It is the same sized picture as the RAEBURN you were looking at last year, but it is a portrait of a good looking woman. I hope you will be able to find time to come in here some time before the end of the month as I am shortly sailing for Europe and would like to have the pleasure of seeing you before I leave. In the meanwhile, with my kindest regards to Mr. Kelley and yourself, believe me to be Yours sincerely, Mrs. Cornelius Kelley, 907 Fifth Avenue, New York City. April 5th, 1930.
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