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July 13, 1925.

Messrs. Hirshbach & Smith,Inc.,
2 Stone St.
New York

Dear Sirs: 

[[underlined]] Attention: Mr. Pemington [[/underlined]]

We have arranged with you over the telephone to ship on s.s. PARIS, leaving July 18th, an antique furniture set. The value for the manifest is $ 7000. The cases are numbered J.S. 384 and following. We do not know as yet how many cases this set will make.

We have given directions to Messrs. Day & Meyer-Murray & Young Inc., 304 East 61st St., New York, to deliver the cases to your truckman on Thursday morning. Please give your truckman your delivery order addressed to Messrs Day & Meyer.

Yours truly,
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