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November 11th, 1940 Dear Mrs. Rosenfeld: You probably have been thinking that I have forgotten all about our conversation this past summer at Rangeley, but the fact of the matter is that we have been in the process of moving and getting ourselves installed in new quarters, as per the above address, and only are finally ready for business this week. I would like very much to take up with you again the question of the remaining pictures in the collection, as well as the group of drawings. Could we arrange an appointment some time at your convenience, either here at the gallery or at your home to go over this material? Looking forward to hearing from you in this regard, and also to the pleasure of seeing you again, Cordially yours, (Robert M. Levy) Mrs. Ernst Rosenfeld 955 Fifth Avenue New York, New York GS
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