March 16, 1928
Dear Mr. Tucker:
The Traveling Show is on at the Arts and Crafts Club in New Orleans, and they have already sold Karl Free's picture, "Landscape with Ponies", which you may remember. I have a letter also saying that there will be other things sold, and I am so delighted that I thought you would like to know too.
I am quoting something about you from a criticism in the New Orleans "Morning Tribune".
"The April Hill" by Allen Tucker has attracted much attention; his brilliant color and glamour make us understand why he belongs to the best among American landscapists."
Mr. Allen Tucker,
121 East 79th Street,
New York, N.Y.
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