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[[preprinted]]
FEARON GALLERIES
25 West 54th Street
New York

Portraits Primitives Landscapes
Sculpture by Jo Davidson

CABLES Primitive New York 
TELEPHONE Circle 9243

Walter P. Fearon
successor to 
Collier & Co. 
[[/preprinted]]

^[[checkmark]]

March 16th, 1922.


Dear Mr. Seligmann:-

^[[circled]] The address you were inquiring about is Mr. James McCormack, 130 W. 70th St., New York City, telephone, Columbus 9303. [[/circled]]

I shall be much obliged to you if you would use your kind influence with the Ritz Hotel in Paris to reserve for me a double bed room and bath on the 4th of June.

Thanking you for your very kind interest, I remain

Sincerely yours,

[[signed]] Walter P. Fearon [[/signed]]

Mr. Andre Seligmann,
5th Ave.
New York, N.Y.

^[[John Mc Cormack
270 Park]]
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