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March 8th 1930

Mr. A. A. Lewis
c/o Lewis & Valentine Co. 
Roslyn R.I.

Dear Sir,-

We have received your letter of March 5th.

The Landscape drawings of Mr. Jacques Greber, which were returned to us by Mr. Townsend, are still at our galleries. As they are all under glass, the best thing to do might be for you to call for them some time when you pass by with your car.

We suggest this as, when they were returned to us from Garden City, several of the glasses were broken, and it was fortunate that the glass did not cut the drawings. 

From the advice we have at present, we expect Mr. Greber to leave from the other side about April 10th. 

Very truly yours, 
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