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[[preprinted]] Telephone Roslyn 256-257 LEWIS & VALENTINE COMPANY LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS ROSLYN, LONG ISLAND NEW YORK OFFICE MARBRIDGE BUILDING BROADWAY AT 34TH STREET TELEPHONE GREELEY 4573 [[/preprinted]] ^[[checkmark]] March 11, 1920 Mr. Glanzier, c/o Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., 705 Fifth Ave., N.Y.C. Dear Mr. Glanzier:- In reply to your letter of March 8th. I did not make my letter to you quite clear. Mr. Greber instructed us to send a car to Doubleday, Page Company. I just wanted to make sure that Mr. Townsend had carefully returned them, because I knew others were damaged when returned by mail. [[underlined]] If you hear [[/underlined]] from Mr. Greber [[underlined]] more definitely as [[/underlined]] to when he will sail, I would apprediate knowing of it. Very truly yours, LEWIS AND VALENTINE COMPANY. [[signature]] A. A. Lewis [[/signature]] AAL:h ^[[- 8 Avril -]]
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