Letter to George M. Sparks from George A. Levy

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Letter to George M. Sparks from George A. Levy

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In this letter, George A. Levy responds to Dr. Sparks about Mr. Levy's company "Anderson, Clayton & Co." vacating the Ivy Street Building by Februrary 1st, 1946. Dr. Sparks inquired about a potential fire hazard caused by their use of cotton, but Mr. Levy insists that it is a non-issue because the cotton is only examined, not stored, in the building. He also stated the fireproof nature and sprinkler system as a primary reason for their lease. He concedes though that the Board of Regents is "empowered under a Georgia statute to condemn our lease" and is therefore willing to negotiate on a settlement for the remaining time on the lease.

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1945-11-27

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