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BY MESSENGER Or" BROWN BROTHERS & C?, NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON, BR OWN, SHIPLEY & 59 WALL STREET, NEW YORK LONDON TELEPHONE HANOVER 514 0 November 19, 1914. Benjamin Strong, Esq., Governor 1-Pederal Reserve Bank, 62 Cedar Street, New York City. Dear Mr. Strong: We have just had a cable from Jim Brown, in which he says: "Inform Benjamin Strong; cable any developments our Committee report. If none, try ascertain. Important have full advices before seeing official. Address Ritz, London." I shall be glad to call If you have any advices upon you at your convenience, to give in this connection. I remain Very truly yours, October 23, 1925. 44k Dear Mr. Morris: I have sent Dr. Schacht a memorandum saying that you ../// would like to see him, and 2 suggest that you cal up Mr. Strong's .1/44'4V' secretary, !ties Bletoker, and ask if he cen make tn bppointment for you to oome and t-,et him. I think if you are in town tomorrow morning, Saturday, that might be a very good time. T am just lativing for Cleveltuad so cannot attend to it myself. Sincerely yours, hay Morrie, req., C/o brown Erothers ?I Co., 59 *all Street, New York City. 26 #VII 241.44 FLOAU gLou6Lv gcl olottls' ved" A0144 co" CT.PA. apOOLGIX AWILTRI mAcort. ws lfiee Taci4LA WOLDILA' CIOA940q WrOUULTOr VfrOZN tai,pnwoll rpc4 mTEy; pe 4Qic AoLX Fowl ;Tow tot Ion 4Q oots eaq .(;)P plw.I ;TILT IL Ion zovi.6441.20 nee pioPop-,0 wuci *iox TA, Pe Tflic- Po lima pile sag Fr,As 9figf in.oi, cOMAY OPAPOLLOt CPU WZNO 613 PlbOTVIV6U; wittop mir Ion cm Job Ropgopr 2cLoA,e mfAiroLopqmo moITuR ;per ion goLLT(A: CW-P0P(4. S2' TOTi2'