Letter from Duveen Brothers to Helen Clay Frick, 28 June 1911

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RUBBER STAMP

OFFICE OF H. C. FRICK RECEIVED JUL 3 1911 FORWARDED: REFERRED: ANSWERED:

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IMAGE (TOP LEFT): Monogram


LETTERHEAD

302 Fifth Avenue

New York, June 28th 1911

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Miss Frick. Prides Crossing. Mass.


With further reference to the confortable SIC armchair which we shipped to you on Friday last, covered in red velvet, we should be glad to receive your esteemed instructions in regard to the companion chair covered in green and yellow velvet. If you should wish this latter chair treated in a similar manner, perhaps you would be good enough to give the necessary instructions whereby the same may be shipped to us, and we will, with pleasure, give due effect to your wishes.


Assuring you of our best attention at all times,


We are, Madam, Faithfully yours


SIGNED Duveen Brothers. J.


END OF PAGE 1/2 Madam.

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