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Dr. Guillermo Bauer [[strikethrough]] CALLE DEL ESPIRITU SANTO 7 [[/strikethrough]] MEXICO D.F. [[stamped]] Tacubaya D.F. Apartado 3503, Mexico [[/stamped]] Dr. Geo H. Pepper New York My dear Mr. Pepper When I received your letter I had opportunity to speak to a commissioner over who lives at Veracruz and at that time was casually at Mexico City and as he promised me, in a confidential way, to bring out your things. I sent all well packed in two boxes to Veracruz for its forwarding to your address. After two weeks I received a letter from Mr. Stache (the commissioner) indicating, that being impossible to forward the cases without a previous inspection by the Customers he had taken the goods to his own bodega (Store) to wait for a better opportunity to send them through. Then, after another week, I received the letter which you find enclosed here & which, in some contradiction to his first letter, states, that it would be impossible to send the cases without
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