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WJ July 30th, 1919. Horace Trumbauer, Esq., Land Title Building, Philadelphia, Pa. Dear Sir:- Before sailing for Europe Mr. Greber proposed to Mrs. Stotesbury for her garden two antique stone vases of which a photograph was submitted to her. These vases are now about to arrive in New York. According to instructions from Mr. Glaenzer we have to submit these same vases to another client as Mr. Glaenzer was not aware that Mr. Greber had proposed them to Mrs. Stotesbury. Would it perhaps be possible for you to ascertain if Mrs. Stotesbury wants these two vases reserved for her or not. We have already written to her some time ago but received no reply. We would like very much to see Mrs. Stotesbury buy them but if she would not care for them we would submit them to the other client. May we ask you to write us about it by an early
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