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111 Broadway

MAY 31st 1922

Messrs Jacques SELIGMANN & Company
57, Rue Saint-Dominique
PARIS. France.

My dear Mr. SELIGMANN,

I arrived here in NEW YORK a few days ago to be present with the Sanetor before his departure for Europe.

I would like to pay to you on my amount the sum of 150,000 francs, and I will be obliged to you if on receipt of this letter you will cable me to the above address whether you wish this amount cabled to you in PARIS, or paid to you in your NEW YORK office.

I am sorry that I will not be able to get abroad this summer, but hope to do so some time this fall.

With best personal regards, I am, 
Sincely yours
(s) Shas. W. CLARK
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