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October 28th, 1940

Dear Sirs:

Mr. Robert M. Levy has turned over to us your check on the Guaranty Trust Company of New York, in the sum of $700.00 (seven hundred 00/100 dollars) being in full payment of the drawing by Delacroix which we purchased for your account at the Sale of the Stonborough Collection held at the Parke-Bernet Galleries. 

We also beg to inform you that we disbursed for your account the amount of $5.31 for packing and forwarding the above drawing to your address in Cambridge, and we would ask you to kindly reimburse us for this payment. 

Thanking you,
Yours very truly,
JACQUES SELIGMANN & CO., Inc. 

(O.A. Leichti)

John S. Thacher, Esq.
The Fogg Art Museum
Cambridge, Massachusetts

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