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May 11th 1922

Messrs. L. Alavoine & Co.
712 Fifth Ave.
New York

Dear Sirs,-
As it is quite important for us to have the tapestry of which we spoke to your Mr. Feuerman over the telephone this morning, correct-ly insured while your workshop, would you be enough to confirm to us the number or numbers of the street address which, if we are not mistaken, you have us over the telephone as No. 319 East 53rd street.
The tapestry which we would like to have lined will be sent to said address as soon as you will let us know when it is convenient to you to start the work.  The exact size of the stretcher for the tapestry is 113 x 142 1/2", so that of course the tapestry has to lap over slightly in order to be nailed on it. 
Very truly yours,
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