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March 19th, 1941

Dear Mr. Perls:

Since I had the pleasure of your visit at the gallery, I have been expecting to hear from you regarding the conditions which you found in California upon your return, and if you saw any possibility with the pictures which I showed you. 

Although, as I told you in the course of our conversation, our activities there are in a way tied up, it seems to me that something could be worked out if you feel that you have definite possibilities with one or two definite items.

Hoping that these lines will find you in good health, and that you are enjoying better and warmer weather than we have had in the east,

I am -

Yours very truly,

(C. M. de Hauke)

Franz R. Perls, Esq.
8634 Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood, California 
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