A. Schaffer to Pratt, June 17, 1937
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Telephone Circle 7-0747
Cable Address "Russianart"
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Russian Imperial Treasures, Inc. "The Schaffer Collection" 15 West 50th Street Rockefeller Center New York June 17, 1937
Mrs. John L. Pratt Box 118 Fredericksburg, Virginia
Dear Mrs. Pratt,
I am very sorry you didn't have a chance to come in while you were in New York, as I have some very beautiful pieces that I know you would have greatly enjoyed seeing.
I am going abroad on Wednesday, the 23d, and will take some of them with me for a client in London. I don't know who long I will be. I hate to leave Mrs. Schaffer and the baby, but I guess I will have to.
I am carefully packing and shipping the things to you, as I have them all photographed now. I am enclosing the photographs and the histories in the package.
With kindest regards and best wishes,
Sincerely yours, Alexander S. Schaffer [signed]
- June 17, 1937
- Schaffer, Alexander S. (Person)
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Gift of Lillian Thomas Pratt.
Schaffer Collection, Russian Imperial Treasures, Rockefeller Center
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