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[[checkmark]] ^[[sent to Paris?]] WJ January 31st 1921 Mr. Clarence H. Mackay Harbor Hill Roslyn, L.I. [[underline]] Attention Mr. C.H. Hechler. [[/underline]] Dear Sir,- We beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of January 28th, confirming your request to deliver to the James Muir Co. Inc. delivery order for the 77 cases that are in storage at Clifton, S.I We have handed this order to Mr. Muir. The following are the marks and numbers of these 77 cases, which we would ask you to please have checked off on arrival: 51 cases marked S.D., No. 3009 to 3059, containing the Gothic carved stone [[pencil mark]] door and window frames (No. 4184); 26 cases marked S.D., No 3061 to 3086, containing the Gothic carved stone mantel piece (No. 4193). Trusting that these will safely reach you, we are, Very truly yours, JACQUES SELIGMAN & CO. INC. By [[signature]]
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