April 3, 1929
Mr. John D. Graham,
51 East 9th St.,
My dear Mr. Graham:
Your letter to Mrs. Campbell has been handed over to me for reply. We have consulted with her about your picture, and she does not remember doing anything on your pictures.
Miss Mungo-Park and one of the men here made several searches for your tempera painting through out entire stock and store rooms, and we have to advise you that it is not here on the premises. We have no record of its disposition, other than we made a delivery to Dudensing of your work.
Very truly yours,
Sec'y to Mrs. Force.
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