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NEW YORK,10021
TELEPHONE 212 TR 9-0500

December 18, 1967

Dear Mr. Seligman:

Mr. and Mrs. Ned L. Pines have graciously consented to host the annual cocktail party of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies Art Galleries Division at their home at 605 Park Avenue, New York City, on Wednesday, January 24, 1968 at 6:00 p.m., and I sincerely hope that you can be with us.

We will have an opportunity to view Mr. and Mrs. Pines' very interesting art collection, to meet informally with our friends in the art world and, most important of all, to indicate our continuing support of Federation's great humanitarian work.

The current year marks Federation's Fiftieth Anniversary of outstanding service to the people of all races and religions in Greater New York, a truly inspiring milestone which deserves our wholehearted admiration.

Please drop the enclosed card in the mail today to let me know that we can count on you to be with us.  Your presence will contribute greatly to the success of the affair, and I look forward to seeing you on January 24th.

With kindest regards,

Sincerely yours,
[[signed]] Louis Goldenberg [[/signed]]
Louis Goldenberg
Chairman, Art Galleries Division
Federation of Jewish Philanthropies

Mr. Germain Seligman
Jacques Seligman & Co.
5 East 57th Street
New York, N. Y.

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