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June 1st, 1955
Dear Sir: –
A request has been received from a book seller in my State for information regarding your ORACLE BOARD. He wishes to learn what your conditions would be for importing your ORACLE direct for retail purposes in comparatively large quantities. This information will be used for the benefit of importers in Mexico City also.
Since this Board can be shipped safely by registered mail, it may happen that my Guanajusto importer may wish to order a few at a time for mailing direct to different addresses in his territory, in which case we must know in advance what the postage will amount to and your charges for handling.
With due thanks for your kind attention and for the favor of an early answer, I remain,
Louis F. Correa Sr.
Industrial Commissioner for the State of Guanajuato.
P. O. Box 961. MEXICO CITY. D. F.