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October 21st, 1935. 

My dear Francis: 

I have been supervising the hanging of the Romney at your apartment, and it look extremely well. I trust you will be as pleases with this picture as you are with the Gainsborough. You have now two extremely fine examples of the English School of the 18th century. 

I am sending you herewith the bill.I hope you will be satisfied with it -  if not, just let me know. 

With my kindest regards, and hoping to see yousoon, 

Believe me to be 

Yours sincerely, 

Francis Kohlman, Esq. 
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel 
New York, N.Y. 
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