Letter from Arthur J. Sulley to Henry Clay Frick, 24 November 1915

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DEC 8 1915 FORWARDED REFERRED ANSWERED Not ans'd SULLEY & COMPANY, A. J. SULLEY. J. M. BROWN. TELEGRAMS; "TERBURG," LONDON. TELEPHONE No 248 REGENT. 159, NEW BOND STREET. W. Nov 24 1915 Dear Sir Very many thanks for your letter. I would very much like to see your house and gallery, but the upset of the war, and the loss of my holiday in the South, have affected my health, and I do not feel as if I could undertake a trip to America, I trust however that this may prove to be only a pleasure deferred. I hope you are well. Yrs faith[full]y Arthur J. Sulley H. C. Frick Esq. P. S. I have just bought a picture by Franz Hals (unknown) a man, or rather a boy, with a fiddle, very broad, and very powerful, not large. Would it interest you to hear of it?

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