Letter from Henry Clay Frick to Roland F. Knoedler, 3 February 1915

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COPY IN LETTER BOOK


New York, February 3, 1915.


Dear Mr. Knoedler:


I do not remember the lady, which probably is my misfortune. I have no doubt her statement is absolutely correct, and I will be very glad to have you bring her and her daughter to see the pictures. This note will give you entrance.


Very sincerely yours,


[Henry Clay Frick] Mr. Roland F. Knoedler, 556 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y.

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