THE DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS
OF THE CITY OF DETROIT
RALPH H. BOOTH, PRESIDENT
WILLIAM J. GRAY,
EDSEL B. FORD,
W. R. VALENTINER,
CLYDE H. BURROUGHS,
Mar. 21, 1927.
Mr. Harley Perkins,
324 Washington St.,
Dear Mr. Perkins:
I have your very kind letter with
reference to an American exhibition of progressive
tendencies and it is quite likely that we might be
interested in such a project.
At the present moment I cannot make
very definite plans. If you will let me know about
the content of the exhibition as it gets under way
and put us down tentatively for the January date, I
will greatly appreciate it.
Clyde H. Burroughs
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