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University of Southern California
Department of Spanish
Los Angeles

^[[initial in pencil across letter]]

Nov. 17th, 1922

Mr. Jack Seligman ^[[n & Co]]

Dear Sir:--
Your letter of the 7th instant is at hand, and I  must tell you that I am here in California now, and I would very much like to see tha ^[[e]] photograph of that ^[[pencil underlined]] piece you mentioned [[/underlined]] in your letter. Have you the ^[[pencil underlined]] muzarab chairs? [[/underlined]] Have you still the ^[[pencil underlined]] Jean Goujon's Diana, [[/underlined]] and also that ^[[pencil underlined]] French Gothic stone seated ^[[V]]ver^[[g]]si^[[n]]m? [[/underlined]] 
I am sending you a photograph of the ^[[T]]Laverney, which is very similar in style to yours. I hope you will send me the photographs of the masterpieces that you have in hand. I may be of some use to you.

Very sincerely,

[[signature]] Joseph Pijoan [[/signature]]
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