Charles F. Biele and Sons did at least one project for the Albright Gallery in Buffalo, NY, now known as the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
The following are the correspondence:
Feb 12, 1934 - Letter from the "Director" of the Albright Gallery requesting a quote from Charles F. Biele and Sons for a case to house a statue.
Feb 13, 1934 - Letter from Carl Biele to Gordon Washburn providing details of a case costing $370. Further states that Charles F. Biele and Sons have made cases for Charles Freer, "hundreds" for the Metropolitan museum, and cases for the Chicago Art Institute, Minneapolis, and the Taft Gallery.
Feb 20, 1934 - Letter from the Director ordering the case for $370 and providing details on the statue.
Feb 21, 1934 - Letter from Carl Biele acknowledging order and providing additional details.
Feb 23, 1934 - Letter from the "Assistant to the Director" requesting the work be deferred until the return of Mr. Washburn.
Feb 26, 1934 - Letter from Director discussing additional details regarding the case.
Feb 27, 1934 - Letter from Carl Biele acknowledging the points raised in the prior letter.
Mar 02, 1934 - Letter from the Director finalizing the order.
Apr 02, 1934 - Letter from Carl Biele stating the case is ready for shipment.
Apr 11, 1934 - Letter from the Director stating the case was received but that the carpentry work on the base is unsatisfactory.
Apr 13, 1934 - Letter from Carl Biele explaining that the base was outsources and offering to replace it.
Apr 20, 1934 - Letter from the Director suggesting that they make the repairs locally and deduct $65 from the invoice.
Apr 24, 1934 - Letter from Carl Biele accepting the suggestion.
May 12, 1934 - Letter from Carl Biele requesting the immediate payment of the bill due to the "existing conditions in general" and the unsettled estate of Charles F. Biele.
May 15, 1934 - Letter from the Secretary saying they can not pay immediately but will try to pay soon.