them from the Government Printing Office, and take pleasure in sending them under government frank; or, if you prefer, I will send them to you that you may mail them. Please indicate how many copies you would like for yourself, and I will try and supply you. The Treasury Department is to be allowed a limited number outside of the numbers supplied to Congress.Very truly, yours, [C. W.?] Clark01110
1883 Oct 25
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 25.5 cm.
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