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^[[checkmark]] WJ January 29th 1920 Mr. CH. Hechler, Harbor Hill, Roslyn, L.I. Dear Sir,- In reference to the delivery of the carved stone mantel-piece and door and window frame imported from France for Mr. Mackay, we beg to enclose herewith copy of the letter which we are writing to-day to the Long Island Railroad Company, which confirms the substance of our conversation with you over the telephone this morning. Under separate cover, we are forwarding to you to-day two copies of each of the photographs of the mantel-piece and the door and window frames. Very truly yours, JACQUES SELIGMANN & Co. Inc. By
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