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[[preprinted]] Walker and Gillette, Architects 128 East 37th Street New York [[/preprinted]] July 26th, 1918. ^[[ [[underlined]] 1917 [[/underlined]] ]] Mr. Jacques Seligmann, New York City. Dear Sir. On March 1st, Mrs. H. P. Bingham bought a little table, and asked to have it shipped to the Neal Fireproof Storage Warehouse. This [[strikethrough]] cabinet [[/strikethrough]] ^[[table]] the Neal Fireproof Warehouse people claim they have never received. Please let us hear from you in regard to this matter in detail, and oblige. Very truly, WALKER & GILLETTE. ^[[initials]] ASW/VBJ ^[[1/3/17 [[underlined]] 705 [[/underlined]] w Table]]
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