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AFFAIR CHARLES W. CLARK [[line]] Statement. - June 1st 1921 lettre from Mr. Ch. W. CLARK asking us: 1° To whom we would suggest sending the table & the BOILLY 2° The price delivered in NEW YORK 3° The mode of payment - June 2nd 1921 Our letter in answer to Mr. CLARK's of June 1st - June 7th 1921 Mr. CLARK's letter in answer to ours of June 2nd, accepting its terms - June 10th 1921 Our invoice - May 31st 1922 Mr. CLARK's letter telling us that he wants to send us a cheque of Frs 150.000 - June 16th 1922 Mr. CLARK's letter sending us cheque of Frs 150.000 - June 29th 1922 Our letter acknowledging receipt of the cheque - Dec. 14th 1922 Our letter giving his account - May 7th 1923 Our letter giving his account - [[insertion]] July 19th 1923 """""[[ditto for Our letter giving his account]][[/insertion]] - September 17th 1923 Our letter giving his account. [[line]]
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