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[[letterhead]] HENRY DISSTON & SONS, INC. TOOLS FILES SAWS KNIVES STEEL PHILADELPHIA,U.S.A. [[Image: keystone shape enclosing scales]] [[/letterhead]] July 12, 1935 Jacques Seligmann & Co. Inc. 3 East 51st St. New York, N.Y. Gentlemen: ATTENTION: Mr. Leon Loeb In reply to your letter of July 1, which has been handed to me to answer, we are not contemplating any building space in Paris or in Frances, but we will file your letter and if occasion arises we will give you consideration. Very truly yours, [[signature]] Wm D Disston [[/signature]] SECOND VICE PRESIDENT as [[preprinted]] Partial List of Disston Products. There are Thousand of Items in the Complete Disston Line Band Saws-Wood & Metal | Cross-but Saws | Grass Shears | Knives Cane, Corn, Hedge | Post Hole Diggers | Steel-Tool, Strip, Bar Bevels | Cross-but Saw Handles | Hack Saw Blades | Knives Circular | Pruning Shears | Tool Holder Bits Cabinet Scrapers | Cutter Heads | Hedge Shears | Levels | Screw Drivers | Trowels Carboloy-Saws & Cutters | Cylinder Saws | Huller Bars | Mincing Knives | Squares-Try and Mitre | Veneering Knives Chisels | Dado Heads | Ice Saws | Milling Saws-Metal | Sugar Beet Knives | Wrecking Bars Circular Saws-Wood & Metal | Files & Rasps | Kitchen Saws | Plumbs and Levels | Steel Specialties [[/preprinted]]
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