Letter from John C. Van Dyke to Henry Clay Frick, 23 September 1895

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NOTE Ansd ANSWERED 9/24/95

LETTER

RUTGERS COLLEGE AND RUTGERS SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL. THE NEW JERSEY STATE COLLEGE FOR THE BENEFIT OF AGRICULTURE AND THE MECHANIC ARTS, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J.

Sept 23/95

H. C. Frick, Esq're

Dear Sir:

I have not had the pleasure of meeting you but possibly Mr Carnegie has mentioned my name to you and so I venture to send you an enclosure that will explain itself and may interest you.

My sending this enclosure is apropos of my having just returned from spending a pleasant Sunday with Mr Frank Thomson at Merion and he, having seen you recently, was speaking of your interest in art matters and your purchasing pictures. I knew through Mr Carnegie that you were fond of art and had liked some pictures that I had

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