February 6, 1928
Dear Mr. Ronnebeck:
Thank you for your letter. I am very anxious to get to Denver and will let you know if there is any chance of my doing so, relying on your promise to keep me afloat during my stay.
I think it is fine about the lectures for Forbes Watson, and only hope that he can arrange for them. I believe he is now in St. Louis.
Anything that you send for the Show will be all right, and my own anxiety is to receive them in time. I am going to have photographs taken of the rooms and will send you a set, because I think it will be an extrememly important show.
With kindest regards, and hoping to have the pleasure of seeing you and your wife when I come on, I am
Mr. Arnold Ronnebeck,
Denver Art Museum,
1300 Logan Street,
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