March 25. 1929.
Whitney Studio Gallery,
10 West 8th Street,
New York City.
For Mrs. W.B. Force.
Dear Mrs. Force:-
Mr. Wessel has just returned home, and has given us a list of the following paintings and drawings which you were good enough to promise for our Annual Exhibition.
Gottlieb, "Paris Quai", W.C. framed
"Negro Church", Oil framed
Isabel Whitney, "Farm House", W.C. framed
"Farm House, Connecticut"
Ganso, "Gertie", Oil 32 x 38.
Joseph Pollett, "Parlor, Bedroom & Bath", oil
Glen Coleman, "Street Arrest",
Preston Dickensen, "Factories"
Alexander Brooke, Decorative painting.
We are enclosing the blanks and should be glad to have you fill them cut with the proper titles, etc. We shall not need the paintings and drawings until the first part of May. At that time Budworth can call for them adn ship them to us.
Thanking you for your assistance, I am
Yours very truly,
Secretary to the Director.
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