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AS ^[[checkmark]] March 7th 1922 Mr. Ernest R. Rolph, c/o Messrs. Sproatt & Rolph, 36 North street Toronto, Canada. Dear Mr. Rolph,- Thank you ever so much for you kind letter of February 27th, which we appreciated very much. I am not going to wait, as I promised you, until I return to Paris to send you the books on French Cathedrals. I am having those books forwarded to you to-day, and I trust that they will be of interest to you. Awaiting the pleasure of seeing you soon again, either in New York or Toronto, I beg to remain, Yours very sincerely, N.B.- My brother wishes to join me in paying you his compliments. Also please remember us to Mr. Sproatt.
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