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Esquire 
THE MAGAZINE FOR MEN
NEW YORK    CHICAGO

OFFICE OF THE PUBLISHER
ESQUIRE BUILDING
MADISON AT 46TH STREET
NEW YORK, N.Y.

April 4, 1939. 

Rene Seligmann, Esq., 
3 East 51st Street, 
New York City. 

Dear Mr. Seligmann: 

Enclosed herewith are the descriptions of paintings about which you inquired. It is all the information which I have available and trust that it will meet your requirements. 

Again I want to assure you that my lack of courtesy in the recent matter was absolutely un-intentional. I shall be happy to be of assistance whenever you call on me. 

Sincerely, 

Philip R Gould

Philip R. Gould 

(Secretary to Mrs. Rosenfeld)
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