From Volume 9 of the Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda – Letters – Fifth Series
[54 W. 33RD ST., NEW YORK]
14 March 1895
The last letter you sent over is a notice from the Chicago post office of a parcel received by them. I think it is some books sent to me from India. The rugs cannot come through the post office (?) I do not know what to do. I send you therefore back this notice, and if they deliver it to you, all right — else I hope you will ask them to send it over to New York and kindly give them my address.