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March 6th., 1945. Dear Sir: In the absence of Mr. Germain Seligman, I have opened your letter of the 5th., and am sending you herein the description for your catalogue, and a photograph of the MONET "LA DEBACLE PRES DENNECOURT", which we are lending to your forthcoming exhibition. Yours very sincerely, Secretary to Mr. Germain Seligman. Mr. Felix Wildenstein Wildenstein & Co., Inc., 19 East 64th. Street, New York 21, New York.
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