Telegram from William Randolph Hearst to Julia Morgan, April 13, 1922

William Randolph Hearst   1922-04-13   New York, New York

R30CBGX 448AMAPL14 100 N L JX NEWYORK APRIL 13 1922 MISS JULIA MORGAN ARCHITECT MER.EXG. BLDG SANFRANCISCO WHY NOT ASK FOR BIDS STATING DEFINITE MAXIMUM AND ALLOWING CONTRACTORS PERCENTAGE OF ALL SAVING BELOW THAT MAXIMUM 2 STEPS AROUND POOL GOOD 3 LARGE BRONZE PANEL ORDERED FOR SPACE BELOW C THIS WILL COVER MOST OF TILING 4 APPROVE LEGS FOR SARCOPHAGUS WILL TRY FOR ANTIQUE CAPS TO USE WHEN OBTAINED 5 BETTER SEND MARBLES DOWN PERSONALLY CONDUCTED AS YOU SUGGEST 6 PERHAPS PLAIN TILE BEST FOR LOWER BEDROOMS OF A 7 HAVE SENT ANOTHER SUGGESTION FOR ENGLISH HOUSE IT IS BEST IN AXIS AND VIEW BUT PLAN RECALLS MAIN BUILDING UNLESS DIFFERENTIATED IN TREATMENT WHICH CAN BE DON W R HEARST

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