Letter from Edmund C. Tarbell to [H.C.] Frick, 27 December 1911 [page 2 of 2]

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the Exhibition will be incalculable and if you feel you cannot loan all of them we hope you loan the Philip IV. These Copley Exhibitions do more to advance the case of art here in Boston than anything we have and I sincerely hope you can aid us. Mr. Archer Huntington has promised to do everything in his power, to loan his pictures, those of the Hispanic Museum and to send to Europe for others. If you can help us your name will be blessed in Boston forever. With best wishes for your trip to Egypt and with kindest regard to yourself and family I am very sincerely yours Edmund Tarbell

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