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Royall Tyler to Mildred Barnes Bliss, October 14, 1930

29, rue d’Astorg
F Anjou 16–88

Dearest Mildred,

I forgot to speak in my last letter about the Andrássy saleCount Gyula Andrássy de Csíkszentkirály et Krasznahorka the Younger (1860–1929), a Hungarian politician who had inherited his family’s art collection. See A tiszadobi és tőketerebesi gróf Andrássy kastélyok műtárgyai (Kunstwerke aus den Schlössern Tiszadob und Tőketerebes des Grafen Andrássy) (Berlin, 1930). prospects. There will probably be two sales, first of things from houses in the country, and only later one of the better objects. I have been promised a catalogue as soon as one is ready, and I will send it along. Though I have not seen all the things myself, I doubt very much whether there is anything in the entire collection which would interest you.

I hear from MalyeThérèse Malye (1886–1951), Mildred Barnes Bliss’s Parisian secretary. that the picture from Berlin has arrived safely.

Much love,
R. T.

Associated Places: Paris (France)
Associated Artworks: HC.P.1930.04.(O)