Letter from Roland F. Knoedler to Henry Clay Frick, 14 August 1902
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eye of every American coming to Paris.
I have been buying extensively and will avail myself of your permission to ask for One hundred thousand dollars 4 & 5 months Sept. 15th & probably a similar amount on Oct. 15th. This with the 40 already given will come within what you kindly said we could have My impression is that we will not need it longer than the time mentioned.
The Mellons & Watsons have been motoring with Carstairs and have been enjoying their excursions.
Hoping that you are all in the best of health & with kind remembrances to Mrs. Frick, Helen & Mademoiselle Ogiz believe me
SIGNED Roland F. Knoedler
PS. I see that you are a DIRECTOR ?? in ROCKLAND??