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October 25, 1937.

^[[initials: RC?]]

Jacques Seligman & Co
3 East 51st Street
New York City, N Y

Dear Mr. Levy:-

If you have any photographs of the paintings we selected, please send them also.  It would be a good plan to send a photograph of the reclining Modigliani.

Your Chief mentioned the fact that he had a good many tapestries.  I might be able to arrange a big exhibition.  Would suggest sending photographs of what you have, with names, sizes and prices. 

In regard to the conversation we had, I could see that not much could be done at this time.  However, we might work out something in the summer to get a better idea of what we expect.  In the meantime, we can forget about it. 

I enjoyed my visit with you very much. 

Very sincerely yours,
[[signed]] Earl L. Stendahl [[/signed]]
Earl L. Stendahl. 
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