February 29, 1928 Mr. Arnold Ronnebeck, Denver Art Museum, 1300 Logan Street, Denver, Colo. Dear Mr. Ronnebeck: I was delighted, indeed, to get your letter telling me of the sale of Kuniyoshi's "Upstream", and the pleasure that you have had in the exhibition. This sale keeps up the record, as one painting at least has been sold in every place where the exhibition has be shown. This is not only nice for Kuniyoshi, but temendously encouraging to us who spent so much time and thought and money on these traveling shows. I am sure your part in making this a success of the show was very great, and I can assure you of my deepest appreciation. It was impossible for me to get on to Denver, owing to an unexpected lot of work here, but I hope some time in the future to be able to do so. The sculpture show opens on Tuesday, and I think it is going to be pretty fine. We are delighted to have you represented, and I will send you more news of it later. With kindest regards, I am sincerely yours, JRF:EF
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