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[[image - black & white photograph of the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy]] ^[[checkmark]] [[preprinted]] THE BUFFALO FINE ARTS ACADEMY ALBRIGHT ART GALLERY BUFFALO, N.Y. CORNELIA B. SAGE QUINTON DIRECTOR CABLE ADDRESS "ALBGAL BUFFALO" [[preprinted]] March 23rd, 1921. M. Germain Seligman, 705 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Dear Germain:- I am so overjoyed that you are again in this country and I do hope that I shall be able to see you. At the present moment I do not see my way clear to leaving Buffalo even for a night, as I went there early in February after you had gone, most unfortunately, and as the trustees have [[underlined]] been snarling [[/underlined]] ever since that I stayed too long. However, who can tell, I may be able to get there and, if I do, I certainly shall look you up. Meantime you may find it possible to run up to Buffalo and see the Albright Art Gallery and your devoted old friend. My husband and I are well and Mother is at present. I do hope that you and your dear family are well. Please give them my love. Don't forget to give my love to Eugene Glaenzer. Here's hoping! Devotedly your old friend [[signature]] Cornelia B. Sage-Quinton [[/signature]] DIRECTOR. BH
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