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November 20th., 1944.

Dear Mr. Marvel:

As soon as I received your wire asking me to extend the loan of my two DELACROIX paintings for a week, I immediately telephoned to Messrs. Wildenstein & Co., telling them I consented.

In view of the personal interest you are taking in this exhibition, I thought I would let you know - especially as it gives me an opportunity to congratulate you on the splendid work you are performing.

Yours very sincerely,
(Germain Seligman)

Mr. Josiah P. Marvel,
Quaker Emergency Service,
Wildenstein & Co.,
19 East 64th. Street,
N.Y. 21, N.Y.
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