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^[[checkmark]] CS March 26th 1921 Mrs. Cornelia B. Sage Quinton Albright Art Gallery Buffalo, N.Y. My dear friend,- What charming and sweet lines you have sent me! I cannot tell you how extremely anxious I am to see you and your dear husband, and what great pleasure it would give me to have a little chat with you. I had contemplated upon my return here to go to Buffalo for a day or two before sailing in about three weeks, but now I don't think that I will be able to do so. So do try and come to New York and let me know in time so that I may have your company for dinner. You know that my father and I are both very much interested in Buffalo and we would so much like to stir up the artistic interest of the people over there. Kindly give my respects to your dear mother, remember me to your husband and believe me, Very cordially yours,
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