Letter from William Forsyth to May Wright Sewall.

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Forsyth, William Nov 22, 1895 938 [Fletcher?] Ave Indianapolis Ind. Nov 22nd 1900

My Dear Mrs Sewall: I have just returned from my work in the country & am trying to catch up my loose ends of things here at home. Among the letters [not?] forwarded to me, an account of the uncertainty of my return, I find are under date of Nov. 6th, from yourself, requesting me to help with a [crontributary?] from my portfolio [??] [??] be held in New York in December by the National American Womans Sufferage Association

I Am very glad to do what I can in the

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matter. Though it isnt as much as I would like to. Therefor I have selected a very charasteritic study of trees in water color which I shall take to [Hieber's?] this afternoon to have mounted & which I shall order to be sent to your house Saturday morning. In case it should not be sent prompty at that time a telephone message to them would expedite matters I am sure. I would attend to it myself, but as I leave tomorrow morning for Cincinnati to attend the annual meeting of the Society of Western Artists I shall be gone several days. I cannot. I so must ask you to see that you get

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get the sketch in time. As for the price to be put upon I hardly know what to say - but I usually get twenty or twenty five dollars for a work of this kind but you may price ^it as you think fit.

You may also use your own pleasure in regard to which departments of the [bagar?] the sketch shall be given.

In [?] of the [foregoing?] explanation I am sure you will excuse my apparent lack of [promption?]. I am very glad to ablige you in the matter I wish success in the venture

Yours Sincerley W. Forsythe

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