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Included 7 drawings.

A few more drawings for you. Send them to the "New Yorker" though. They maybe interested in a couple of them and write them to send them back to you after publication or if they don't want them.

Yesterday Geraghty (he's the art editor) sent me a telegram (he knew how to address it so it came in 2 days). He says they are all enthusiastic about the drawing "Life in China" I sent them and the N. Yorker is glad to publish them and to send as many as possible to have at least one in every issue. By now when you'll get this letter those drawings have been published already so you'll have the idea about this place.

By the way, I didn't get the second photo of yours, you talking about. The only one I got
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