De. 18, 1928.
Mr. Harry Gottlieb,
Dear Mr. Gottlieb:
I am distressed to hear that your wife is not doing as well as you had hoped, and I want you to understand my attitude toward you in sending the enclosed check. It is only that I feel you might use it better at this time than later on. I am very sure that during your exhibition we will sell some of the pictures, and I am sending you this on account of that.
Hoping that you and your wife will understand that this is only an expression of my sincere sympathy at this juncture and my great belief in the fact that things are going to be very much better, and wishing you a Merry Christmas, I am
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