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122 East 61st Street New York, N.Y. 10021 April 6, 1969 Mr. Thomas Brumbaugh 168 South Washington St. Greencastle Pa 17225 Dear Mr. Brumbaugh: I am quite certain that the painting you describe in your letter was painted by me. However, I would like to see a photograph of it in order to authenticate it. In the middle of the 1930's I did several paintings of people in cafeterias. The one, you mention, was painted aground 1936. I do not recall who bought it or through what gallery it was sold. My wife was the model for the woman putting on lipstick am my father-in-law
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