Letter to George A. Levy from George M. Sparks
This letter concerns the placing of cotton deliveries, intended for building tenant Anderson-Clayton & Company, in the downstairs lobby or on the sidewalk in front of the Bolling Jones Building. Sparks is clearly agitated with the unsightly packages in his building and notifies the company that a guard has been posted to enforce this order.
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