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Pach Bros. did not get the '82 contract by lower bids than their competitors, as reported. Their reduction of cabinet photographs to 20 and 15 cents each, upon the condition that the whole class is ordered, or that 50 order the whole class, was made after the contract was given to them.

Further, they did not offer photographs to the seniors of '80 or '81 at class rates in competition to their class photographer. Their competitors have done so in the case of '82, without a precedent except that of '76, which was bitterly denounced by Mr. William Notman. Hence, Pach Bros. take pleasure in announcing that from date, private orders to seniors, to be delivered in about two weeks, will be $3.00 per doz. from class negatives, and $4.00 for first doz. from special negative. Duplicates $3.00 per doz.

Orders for photographs, photographic albums, or heliotype albums, must be handed in at Pach's studio by Saturday, March 4th, in order to secure delivery on the 10th of June.

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