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I am enclosing a card of introduction to the lady who has the painting at her house. Do me the honor to see this picture - soon if you can & as a favor, when the asking price, & c., will be given to you. With best wishes, I beg to remain, Dear Sir, Very truly yours [[underlined]] A D Hervilly [[/underlined]] May fifth / Nineteen hundred Seventeen I take the liberty of suggesting that you make an appointment for your call, by 'phone: Schuyler 5855. [[end page]] [[right page blank]]
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