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in Latin American things.  As a matter of fact there are a number of places that have been quite interested in Don.  One job we turned down was as Associate Professor, Chairman of the Art Dept. and $2000 more money at Louisiana State University, but it's major attraction was - proximity to the Tulane Library!

Well, I think that is all the news.  We will be moving to New Orleans about the beginning of June and then will come to Washington and New York.  We certainly hope to be able to see you and Mrs. Seligman in July when you are in New York, and I hope you will let me know just when you might be there.  New Orleans is so well connected by air to New York and Washington, via aircoach, etc., that we both hope to get up quite often, and of course this coming year CAA meets in Washington, so we will be up for that definitely.  At times I feel very much out of touch, not being able to go to galleries any time I want to, or to plays, but I think the situation in New Orleans will be an improvement on Lawrence!  I hope to either teach there or work in the museum.  We understand the Delgado is in a state of turmoil at the moment, but it will probably clear up.

We both wish you a successful trip to Europe and hope that both you and Mrs. Seligman are well.  And we both look forward to seeing you in July.

Sincerely,
[[signature]] Martha Robertson [[/signature]]
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