From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

The next morning, Jamie and Claudia go out early in order to rent their post box at Grand Central Station and mail their letter to the museum. Renting the post box is a lot more expensive than Jamie was comfortable with ($4.50 for 3 months) but, in the end, Claudia convinces Jamie that they need to spend the money and then Jamie convinces Claudia that it would be better to deliver the letter in person to the museum; that way they would have an answer faster and save the cost of a stamp.

Once back in the museum, Jamie and Claudia decide to find a messenger for their letter, as having one of them appear in person in the museum office just wouldn't do as they were both concerned that they would be recognized later. So, off they went in search of the appropriate school...

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