Feb. 25, 1929.
Robert B. Harshe, Director,
Art Institute of Chicago,
Dear Mr. Harshe:
The Gallery tells me that you were interested in the portfolio of lithographs by Glenn Coleman, and I am very glad to tell you that we shipped to you last week the set of twelve for your consideration. The price is $175.
I believe you know that Mr. Coleman gave us the first choice of his lithographs, and our contract with him is about ended, so if you do consider buying the lithographs, we would very much appreciate your buying from our Gallery.
Regretting very much that I have not had the pleasure of seeing [you when] you were here, and with kind regards, I am
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