3. [letterhead]If I could see you I think I could make myself much clearer, and if I hear from you to that effect, I will come out to see you at Martinez. Your visit at my gallery however, some time when it is convenient for you to be in the city, would have the added virtue of your being able to inspect the pictures themselves.Under a separate [cover?] I am mailing you [a?] few catalogues published by Albert Roullier —[Chicago?] which will give a general idea of the [sort] of thing I contemplate.Trusting to receive the favor of a reply at [illegible] early convenience, I am-yours respectfullyHill Tolerton05777
1914 Jun 18
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
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