Letter from Joseph Duveen to Henry Clay Frick, 19 June 1911

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     302 Fifth Avenue
New York....June 19th..190..11

Dear Mr Frick

  I am unexpectedly

sailing for Europe on Wednesday morning.

  As regards the 2

large Boucher paintings, I have left instructions for these to remain as you saw them last, in case Miss Frick should wish to call and see them, and according [end page] [start page] to your suggestion the matter of trying them in the House can be further discussed when I arrive here next Fall. or, should you desire this done earlier, I have given the necessary instructions to our representative, to do anything for you.

 I sincerely hope to

have the pleasure of seeing you soon in Europe, and with

  [HC.321.21]

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