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December 3rd, 1952.


Dear Mr. Swetzoff:

I fear that the drawings you have are so badly needed here, that we have no choice but to ask that they be returned without delay.

Both Mr. Seligman and I are sorry about this because we do want to cooperate with you, but those Bostonians are a bit too slow - especially as this is our busy season.

Perhaps we shall see you within the next few days, as the Illuminated Manuscript exhibition closes on Saturday?!

Sincerely,


Mrs. T. D. Parker.

Mr. H. Swetzoff,
Swetzoff Gallery,
66 Huntington Ave.,
Boston, Mass.
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