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OAL/D October 30th, 1935. ^[[checkmark]] Messrs. Hirshbach & Smith, 44 Whitehall Street, New York, N.Y. Attention: Mr. Goldrich. Dear Sirs: You will call for the following shipment of four cases to go per SS. LAFAYETTE, sailing November 2nd, 1935, to: Societe Nouvelle de Transit & Consignation 59, Quai George V Le Havre, France for re-shipment to MM. JACQUES SELIGMANN & FILS, 9, Rue de la Paix, Paris. Please supply the Societe Nouvelle with the gross weights of the cases. [[table, 3 columns]] [[underlined]] Case # | Contents | Gross Weight [[/underlined]] J.S. 961 | 2 Paintings | 80 lbs. " 962 | 6 " | 203 " " 963 | 7 " | 302 " | " 964 | 5 " | 284 " [[/table]] Value of Shipment: $35,161.95 Very truly yours, JACQUES SELIGMANN & COMPANY, Inc. By
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