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posed for the man, reading the newspaper. Both they and many of my friends posed for many of the figures in the paintings I did at that period. It was the time of the depression and I painted the unemployed, the employment agencies, scrub-women, women working in laundries, cafeterias etc. I will look through my portfolios and see if I have any drawings or sketchies relating to the painting. If I come across any by when would you like to have them? Sincerely, Isaac Soyer
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