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29 November 1955

Miss Kay Sage
Town Farm
Woodbury, Connecticut

Dear Miss Sage:

I am delighted that I have acquired "Tomorrow is Never". It is really a most striking picture. It has been on an easel in my office, and many visitors and members of the Staff have told me how much they like it. Of course we will lend it to you for the exhibition, though I had hoped to put it up here for the same period. But I will do whatever you desire. Our attendance here is very large, as you know, especially over Saturdays and Sundays.

Sincerely yours,
Robert B. Hale
Robert Beverly Hale
Associate Curator
of American Art

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