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[[preprinted]]IMPORTANT NOTICE WHEN CHANGING ADDRESS
Ordinary and registered first-class mail will be forwarded on this order; other classes of mail will be forwarded to you if postage is guaranteed therefor as indicated on the face of this form. This applies only when you remove to a different community served by another post office. No forwarding postage is required for local changes of address. Orders to forward general-delivery mail (at delivery Offices) expire in 30 days unless renewed. The signature and title of the authorized agent for a firm or company must also be given. Enclose this card in envelope (first-class postage) if mailed to another post office.
Mail directed to you at your old address now requires rehandling and may not reach you as promptly as correctly addressed mail.
You can expedite delivery of your mail by promptly giving your new address to your correspondents and to publishers of your magazines and other periodicals.
Convenient mailing cards, Form 22-S, will be furnished [[boxed text]] Endorsement of Clerks or Carriers: [[blank field]] Entered in Directory [blank field]] [[/boxed text]]

you with each magazine or periodical that is forwarded so that you may promptly notify the publishers with respect to your new address. Form 22-B may be obtained from your Post Office for your convenience in notifying your other correspondents such as banks, lodges, clubs, etc. Please correct your printed stationery to show your new address.[[/preprinted]]
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[[preprinted business card]]
JOHN D. COAKLEY
DUNLAP AND ASSOCIATES, INC.
10 EAST 49TH STREET, NEW YORK
MURRAY HILL 8-4896[[/preprinted business card]]
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