FOGG ART MUSEUM
CAMBRIDGE, MASS., U.S.A.
October 22, 1927
Mr. Harley Perkins, Art Editor
The Boston Evening Transcript
Mr. Sachs is willing to
undertake an exhibition of material
from the Whitney Studio Club, pro-
viding it is not to be shown in Bos-
ton. As I have told you over the
telephone, we are pretty well booked
up for the early season; however, we
have free time in April and May, and
might even have the show in the early
part of June. Probably we would have
it for three weeks. Does this fit in
with the present plans of the Club?
Personally, I am tremendously pleased
that he has agreed to have the material.
Very sincerely yours,
Walter H. Siple
Assistant to the Directors
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