This transcription has been completed. Contact us with corrections.
THE DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS OF THE CITY OF DETROIT ARTS COMMISSION EDSEL B. FORD, PRESIDENT ALBERT KAHN ROBERT H. TANNAHILL EDGAR B. WHITCOMB COMMISSIONERS W. R. VALENTINER ART DIRECTOR CLYDE H. BURROUGHS SECRETARY RS December 30, 1935. My dear Mr. Seligmann: My friend, Mr. Thom, who is interested in Segonzac, is taking his wife to Florida this week. If she is well enough, they will stop in New York on the way, and if that is the case, he will come in to see you. He is a person with a sensitive eye who is slow to buy. He has been fooling around with the idea of buying a Segonzac for four or five years without finding one exactly to his taste. If he should not get to New York, perhaps you can see him in the spring after he returns. Best wishes for the New Year. Sincerely yours, E. P. Richardson
---------- Reopened for Editing 2023-09-12 10:22:25 . E. P. Richardson was an American art historian & museum director