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published by W.W. Norton in which I have an essay on Ryder & one on Demuth.

This publicity was at most the up to twice but I am assembling fresh material for a book to follow Adventures in the arts which I wrote two published around 1920 - & of which I am always hearing - twice even since I came back ten days ago.  I think the time is probably right for such a book & I am told in several directives I am the only one capable of doing such a thing - which is of course encouraging.  If you come to N.Y. do let me know.  The shows are very fine now - the season having opened with a bang.

Do write & do send me the picture (underlined) at (underlined) once and I shall be grateful.
I hope you are both well & happy.

Yours as of old
Marsden.
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