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RS ES October 31, 1928 ^[[checkmark]] My Old, It is not my fault if I have not seen you. I have never known anybody like you for not keeping appointments, and besides, Boutet de Monvel told me that you had been to Paris several times and you never even dropped in to see me. I suppose that since you wrote me that letter you have had the news about your portrait of Phillip. I am glad to read that you will sail on November 28th and that, therefore, we won't have too long a wait before we see you again. Until this very anxiously awaited pleasure takes place, will you believe me to be Yours very sincerely, Raymond Woog, Esq., Villeron par Villecerf (S et M) France.
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