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Coolidge and Carlson notifies E.H. Hoge that paid vouchers from Thompson Starrett have been sent.
A receipt for payment by the Berry Schools for an iron sign for the railroad station.
Letter enclosing a requisition and certificate of payment to Mr. Francis related to the chapel addition.
Harry J. Carlson asks E.H. Hoge to provide direction about insurance applications by Thompson Starrett.
Harry J. Carlson encloses correspondence with the Thompson Starrett Company about notification received from attorneys for Warren, Webster Company of a lien on the Berry Schools in connection with a subcontractor, the Seeley Company.
Thompson Starrett explains changes related to the cost of insurance.
Letter enclosing statements and requisitions from Thompson Starrett, with instructions for payment.
Detailed statement of work at the Berry Schools and request that Coolidge and Carlson issue a certificate for payment.
How to handle a bill for an ironing board from the American Laundry Company.
McElreath and Scott advises that as attorneys for Warren, Webster & Co. they have filed a lien against the property being improved for the Berry Schools by Thompson-Starrett and the Seeley Company.
Coolidge and Carlson conveys a request that Thompson Starrett include the Berry purchase of a delivery truck body as an extra charge for laundry equipment.
Harry J. Carlson encloses a copy of a recent New York Times article about the announcement that actress Lucille LaVerne seeks to raise a million dollars for the Berry Schools.
Coolidge and Carlson encloses an extra charge in connection with the transformer installation, clock, and telephone system, based on correspondence with Mr. Skinner and Mr. Hanson.
Coolidge and Carlson advises that they have sent Thompson Starrett's paid vouchers.
Coolidge and Carlson encloses a certificate of payment along with statements from Thompson Starrett.