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George Nakashima, Woodworker New Hope, Pennsylvania July 31, 1967 Mr. Ben Shahn Roosevelt, New Jersey 08555 Dear Ben: As a matter of record, please hold for us the following prints: Rabin -- 133rd Psalm (Litho) Reidbord -- 133rd Psalm (Litho) Ellis -- 133rd Psalm (Litho) Bernstein -- Patterson Black & White Bernstein -- Blind Botanist (Litho) Mr. and Mrs. Bernstein would like to pick-up their prints at your place if it is convenient for you. He is dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs in Princeton. See you soon, Love Marion MN:av
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