Letter from Charles S. Carstairs to Henry Clay Frick, 17 September 1901

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M. KNOEDLER & CO 355, FIFTH AVENUE COR. 34th St NEW - YORK

CABLE ADDRESSES: KNOEDLER PARIS KNOEDLER, NEW-YORK


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OFFICE: 2, RUE GLUCK (IX ARR.) BEHIND OPERA TELEPHONE 230-64 PARIS, 17 SEPTEMBER 1901.


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Dear Mr Frick,


The Maison Henriette 26 Place Vendome send us a little dress which we are forwarding to you by Mr Grau Graw? who sails tomorrow. Sorry to have seen by the Hearld you had a bad voyage but no doubt it is forgotten by this time.


You must have been surprised and shocked at all that happened during your week on the ocean. What

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an unfortunate affair!


We were glad to see the market so strong yesterday and trust the end of the strike will mean higher figures for steel shares


The size of the Troyon Canvas 65 x 45 Frame 85 x 65 inches


Referring to the prices Mr Forks has just put upon his Millet pastel I think it ridiculous & prohibitive The Mauve is also high as he paid 800 pounds for it 5 yrs ago, this he told me and it is the price I remembered Arnold and Tripp asked for it. Of course Mauves are much higher today

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