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I feel sure my cousin will be pleased to see you when you again visit New York.

This meeting with you give me an opportunity to say that I would much like to see you at my studio, on a matter of business that concerns myself and may possibly interest you.  I will esteem it a favor if you will let me know, if not convenient for you to come to my studio, where I can see you, when you next visit New York.

Very cordially yours.

Frank B. Carpenter
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