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November 5th., 1956.

Dear Miss Daphne:

I hope you did not suspect I had forgotten, but the photographer has just today delivered the prints of paintings received this fall from 

Richard Florsheim,

Ethel Magafan,

Cleve Gray,

Paul Zimmerman

Robert Ferguson

It was particularly pleasant to have had the opportunity to meet you, and to know you have now seen some of the paintings in colors. 

Yours very sincerely,

Mrs. Theresa D. Parker
Contemporary American Department

Miss R. Daphne,
Sunday Book Review Section,
New York Times,
229 West 43rd. St.,
New York, N.Y.

GS

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