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How Tyrannosaurus rex Came to Pittsburgh

NORTH BRADDOCK MOTOR LINES CO.

Home Office New York Office
575 Baldridge Avenue 82 Rutgers Slip
North Braddock, Pa. New York, N. Y.
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Brandywine 2748, 2749 Beekman 3-1750

November 24, 1941

Carnegie Museum
Pittsburgh, Pa.

Attention: Mr. A. Avinoff

Dear Sir:

In regard to your letter of November 21, this letter is the verification for which you requested.

We shall be pleased to truck the dinosaur specimen from New York to Pittsburgh, upon being called by the American Museum of Natural History, New York.

This shipment will require a complete tractor trailer unit, and freight charges shall be charged accordingly, in accordance with Rule 19 of Middle Atlantic States Motor Carrier Conference Inc. Tariff No. 10-A, which states: The charges will be $108.00
“Shipment accepted and charged according to Rule 19 of MF-I.C.C. No. A-10, issued by the Middle Atlantic States Motor Carrier Conference, Inc., Agent”.

We thank you for your cooperation, and shall do our utmost to satisfy you in every way possible.

Very truly yours,
NORTH BRADDOCK MOTOR LINES

S. P. Bartoletta
N. Y. Manager
SPB/ab

CC Mr. B. Brown – The American Museum of Natural History
New York, N. Y.
CCC North Braddock Motor Lines, North Braddock, Pa.

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