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Walker and Gillette, Architects
128 East 37th Street
New York
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August 30th, 1917

Mr. Jacque Seligman,
New York City.

Dear Sir:

Will you please sent to the following address the furniture, etc. purchased from you by Mrs. Bingham:

The Neal Fireproof Storage Co.,
Cleveland, Ohio.
Attention Mr. Kissick.
Very truly, 

WALKER & GILLETTE.

P.S. If goods are shipped ever the New York Central have them sent to East 38th Street freight depot, if over the Nickle Plate have them sent to East 79th Street freight depot, and if over the Pennsylvania have them sent to East 55th Street Station. These depots are much nearer the storage plant thus making it easier and less expensive. 
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