March 16, 1929.
Mr. Frank van Vleet Tompkins,
Whitney Studio Galleries,
110 West Eighth Street,
New York, N.Y.
My dear Mr. Tompkins:
We have decided to retain two of the Glenn Coleman prints, viz: "The Bowery" and "Coney Island," providing you care to break the set. We do not see our way clear to taking all of the group at the present time but, if you will send us bill in duplicate for the two named above, made to
The Brooklyn Museum Print Department,
Eastern Parkway -- Washington Avenue,
you will greatly oblige,
Very truly yours,
[signed, Susan A. Hutchinson]
Curator of Prints.
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