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[[preprinted]] WILLIAM PITKIN JR LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT CUTLER BUILDING ROCHESTER N.Y. CHARLES MULFORD ROBINSON CONSULTANT ON CITY PLANNING AND LARGE PARKS SEWARD HAMILTON MOTT ASSOCIATE [[/preprinted]] June 19, 1917. ^[[checkmark]] ^[[R]] [[stamped]] JUN 20 1917 [[/stamped]] Eugene Glaenzer, 705 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Dear Sir:- I wish to purchase for a client in Buffalo, a table, chair and medium size bench in either marble or stone, and I might consider artificial stone. There are already two marble fountains [[strikethrough]] been [[/strikethrough]] placed on this property, which were imported from Italy and are of the late Italian period, so that this furniture should be somewhat similar in character. I would appreciate your forwarding me any photographs of suitable furniture which you may have, with a statement of prices and terms to a Landscape Architect. Thanking you for your early attention in the matter, I remain, Yours very truly, [[signature]] W Pitkin Jr. [[/signature]] W.P.Jr. H
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