Letter from [Henry Clay Frick] to Arthur J. Sulley, 8 November 1915

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COPY IN LETTER BOOK New York, November 8, 1915. My dear Mr. Sulley: I have read with much interest your favor of the 25th ultimo. Your picture is everything you say it is, but the price to my mind is too high. I regret you are not to be in New York. I think a trip over here would do you good. I should like very much to have you see my house and pictures. With kind regards, Sincerely yours, [Henry Clay Frick] Mr. Arthur J. Sulley, 159 New Bond Street, E., London, England.

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