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NEW YORK,[[/preprinted]] November 12, 1921.

Mr. Germain Seligmann,
New York City.

My dear Mr. Seligmann:

I am in receipt of your letter of the 10th inst.

It was a great pleasure to have your father and yourself visit Planting Fields.

I note what you say concerning the embroidered panel and the statue. I expect to leave town to-morrow to be gone a week and shall not have time to go into these matters before then. On my return I will communicate with you and make an appointment to visit your galleries.

Sincerely yours,
[[signed] W R Coe [[/signed]]
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