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ALL ARTICLES MOVED, PACKED, SHIPPED, CRATED, STORED, SERVICED AND TRANSPORTED SUBJECT TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPEARING BELOW.

W. S. BUDWORTH & SON, Inc.
PACKERS AND MOVERS OF WORKS OF ART
COLLECTING AND PACKING FOR ART EXHBITIIONS A SPECIALTY
424 WEST 52nd ST., NEW YORK 19, N. Y. 

PHONE COLUMBUS 5-2194 
ESTABLISHED 1867
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May 5, 1949

Jacques Seligmann & Co.
Att: O. A. Liechti
5 East 57th St.,
New York 22, N.Y.

Dear Sir:

we have your letter of May 4th and we are calling today for the two pictures for the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and we are cautioning our men about the frame on the Monet as to handling and packing.

Assuring you of our careful attention, we are,

Very truly yours,

WSB/jc 

W. S. BUDWORTH & SON, INC.
BY [[signed]] W. S. Budworth [[/signed]] 
President

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS

W. S. Budworth & Son, Inc. when transporting, acts as a private carrier only, reserving the right to refuse any order for transportation and in no event is a common carrier.

Unless a greater value is stated in writing, the owner declares that the value, in case of loss or damage, whether arising out of the storage, transportation, packing, unpacking, or handling of goods, and the liability of W.S. Budworth & Son., Inc. for any cause of which it may be liable, for each piece or package and the contents thereof, does not exceed and is limited to fifty dollars upon which declared or agreed value the rates are based, such owner having been given the opportunity to declare a higher valuation, with out limitation, in case of loss or damage for any cause which would make W. S. Budworth & Son, Inc. liable and to pay the higher rates based thereon.

All services will be performed, as agreed, subject to delays caused by labor troubles, riots, the elements or other causes beyond control of W. S. Budworth & Son, Inc.
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