March 8, 1929.
Mr. Robt. B. Harshe,
The Art Institute of Chicago,
Dear Mr. Harshe:
I suppose by this time the set of lithographs by Coleman has reached you. The price, as I said before, is $175. The single prints were sold here for $15.00, with the one exception of the "Bon Fire", which is $18.00.
Mr. Coleman's prices in the uptown galleries is $20.00 per print, but if you would like to purchase any from us, we have a few that we could let you have at our Gallery prices.
Thank you very much for saying that you would like to keep in touch with us. I would be more than pleased to lend myself to anything that is agreeable to you. I will be abroad for the summer and the Galleries will be closed until the end of October, so that if you do make any of these purchases, could I hear from you before the first of April?
With kindest regards, I am
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