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GS November 8th 1922 ^[[checkmark]] Mr. J. Horace Harding 955 Fifth Avenue New York Dear Mr Harding,- It would give me great pleasure to be able to congratulate you on your beautiful purchase. I hear that this Raeburn is a beautiful picture, and I am anxious to admire it at your home. May I have the pleasure of calling on you some morning early, before you go out?- My father, Mr. Jacques Seligmann, is not coming over this winter, and has asked me to remember him to you. I will call you up and find out what time it would be convenient to you to receive me. Pray believe me, Yours sincerely, (Germain Seligmann)
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