Dominion of New Zealand.
Department of Agriculture, Commerce, and Tourists,
Division of Commerce and Tourists.

From the Tourist Agent,
May 2nd 1911
No. 8/52

Messers HE Partridge and Co
Queenstreet Auckland.

Dear Sirs,

Re the Lindauer Art Gallery. I am continually bringing before the notice of the travelling public your Lindauer Art Gallery and invariably those who see it are very much interested with the collection.

We used to have a number of the enclosed cards on hand which were handed to visitors but the supply has been exhausted some time.

I am not sure if you supplied the former cards, if so and you wish to have them distributed here again I will be glad to do so.

I am, Dear Sirs,
Yours faithfully,
C Wallnut
Tourist Agent

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