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[[pencil check mark]] November 26, 1920. Clarence Mackay, Esq,. 253 Broadway, New York, N.Y. [[pencil mark]] Dear Sir, We beg to confirm the explanation we gave to your secretary by telephone regarding the bill of expenses amounting to Frs.9202.50 of which a memorandum was sent you in April and of which we beg to enclose a copy. This bill is quite distinct and for other expenses than those already paid by you last winter amounting to Frs.9324.00. This amount of Frs.9324.00 which you remitted to us was for packing and handling of the stone mantel and stone facade purchased by you. The bill of Frs.9202.50 includes one item of Frs. 6,414.30 which represents our disbursements for:- Consular Invoice, Insurance and Transportation of the Stone Mantel and Facade. These items did not figure on the bill of Frs.9324.00 because it was only at a later date that we were able to establish it. Should you desire further explanations we should be pleased to give them to you. Yours very truly, EG/CLM
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