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^[[two check marks]] O'TOOLE, Mr. James St. L. - 24 East 64 ^[[check mark]]

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^[[two check marks]] PROVIDENCE - MUSEUM OF ART, RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN 
send to Dr. Rudolf Berliner
Dr. Heinrich Schwarz ^[[check mark]]

^[[two check marks]] PAEPKE, Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. 999 Lakeshore Drive, Chicago, Ill ^[[check mark]]

^[[two check marks]] POST, Chandler R. Fogg Museum of Art,, Harvard Univ. Cambridge Mass. ^[[check mark]]

^[[two check marks]] PHILLIPS, Mr. Duncan, Phillips Gallery 1600 21st St. N.W. Wash. D.C. ^[[check mark]]

PEREDA

^[[two check marks]] PODGOURSKY, Count Ivan [[strikethrough]] 400 E 57 [[/strikethrough]] ^[[32 E 64]] ^[[check mark]]

[[strikethrough]] PACH, Walter, 3 Washington Sq. No.[[/strikethrough]]

^[[two check marks]] PETCHECK, Mr. Walter South Lawn, Birch Hall Drive, Scarsdale, N.Y. ^[[check mark]]

^[[two check marks]] PENROSE, Mrs. Spencer Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, Col. ^[[check mark]]

^[[two check marks]] PECK, Mr. Staunton B. Montgomery Ave. and Birch Lane, [[strikethrough]]Philadelphia[[/strikethrough]],^[[Chester Hill]] Pa. ^[[check mark]]

^[[two check marks]] PICK, Mr. Frederick G. 120 So. La Salle St. Chicago, Ill. ^[[check mark]]

^[[two check marks]] PALMER, Mrs. Honore, 80 East Jackson St. Chicago, Illinois

^[[two check marks]] PULITZER, Mr. Joseph Jr., 4969 Pershing,St. Louis, 8, Missouri ^[[check mark]]

^[[two check marks]] PARSONS, Mr. Harold W. 930 Fifth Ave. ^[[check mark]]

^[[two check marks]] PARKE-BERNET, GALLERIES, [[strikethrough]] 110 East 58th. St. [[/strikethrough]]

^[[two check marks]] WILLIAM PAHLMANN ASSOCIATES INC. 218 East 58 ^[[check mark]]

^[[two check marks]] PERLS, Mr. Hugo 128 Central Park South ^[[check mark]] 

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^[[two check marks]] PEAT, Mr. Wilbur D. Art Association of Indianapolis, John Herron Art Institute, Indianapolis, Indiana ^[[check mark]]
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