File No. 713.001/15.
Mr. Andrew Carnegie to the Secretary of State.
Dear Sir: Replying to your note of January 10,1 I beg leave to state that I stand ready to appropriate the same sum as before for the erection of the Central American Court of Justice, viz, one hundred thousand dollars, whenever the States concerned agree upon the location and provide a site. There is, I am informed, some thirty-odd thousand dollars still in hand from the first fund I provided, all of which was drawn from me, which is to be returned and appropriated by me to the new erection. It will afford me much pleasure to send a competent architect to superintend construction, if so desired by the authorities.
Very truly, yours,
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