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December 10th., 1942.

Dear Miss Bagg: 

It was very pleasant indeed, to hear from you and to know that you were progressing smoothly in your preparations for the thesis. Am I to understand that you are going to concentrate on the sculpture of DEGAS, or are you going to include other phases of his talent? What has been Miss Rindge's reaction to your choice? 

You told me, if I remember correctly, that you would probably be back in New York around Christmas, at which time I hope you will not fail to look me up, as I would enjoy seeing you again.

With personal regards,

Yours sincerely,

(Germain Séligmann)

Miss Jane M. Bagg,
209 Main,
Vassar College, 
Poughkeepsie, N.Y.