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HARBOR HILL
ROSLYN. N.Y.

March 19th, 1920.

Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc.,
705 Fifth Avenue,
New York.

Gentlemen: 
[[pencil check mark]]

Replying to yours of the 13th inst., addressed to Mr. Mackay and referring to the 77 cases of Antiques, the matter of insurance has been covered through our broker. Since you have handled the matter so far, it would seem desirable that you complete the arrangements, having the cases [[underlined]]consigned[[/underlined]] [[underlined]]direct[[/underlined]] [[underlined]]to[[/underlined]] [[underlined]]Harbor Hill Siding,[[/underlined]] [[underlined]]Roslyn, L.I.[[/underlined]]

Yours very truly,
c.H. Hechler

CHH:HMW

P.S. Kindly advise us when the cases are loaded so that we can have form of policy changed.

C.H.H.
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