Letter from Charles S. Carstairs to Henry Clay Frick, 28 December 1901

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OFFICE OF H. C. FRICK. DEC 30 1901 Ans'd M. KNOEDLER & CO., SUCCESSORS TO GOUPIL & CO., 355 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK.


CABLE ADDRESSES. KNOEDLER __ NEW YORK. KNOEDLER __ PARIS. PARIS OFFICE, 2 RUE GLUCK.


December 28th, 1901.


Dear Mr. Frick: - The van Marcke has arrived. Was somewhat delayed on account of the heavy expressage which always occurs around Christmas. I enclose you a statement showing the exchange. Mr. Hamman is spending Monday in Pittsburg and he will stop in to see you at your office some time after luncheon. In case of your absence will you be kind enough to leave word with someone when he can run out to see your collection? Wishing you a very Happy New Year, Yours sincerely,


Chas. S. Carstairs


MR. H. C. FRICK, Carnegie Building, Pittsburg, Pa.

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