Translation of a letter from Jean-Charles Cazin to Henry Clay Frick, 5 December 1895

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40 Rue du Luxembourg, Paris, 5th December, 1895.

Dear Mr. Frick:

The news that I receive from various sources of the successor the Pittsburg Exposition causes me to write you today to thank you for having enabled me to be represented by several of my canvasses.

I hope that the picture (the last that I brought before you) continues to satisfy your friends and yourself.

On your next voyage I desire earnestly to see you, to show you another part of our country that I have only traversed slightly with you.

With best wishes, and praying you to accept my remembrance,


P.S. I think of the "Dipper and North Star".

In pencil, lower right corner of page [118]

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