"February 27, 1910 - The Corn Exchange - Official Inspection Certificate - Buffalo, New York. "
(1599) February 27, 1910 - The Corn Exchange - Official Inspection Certificate - Buffalo, New York. Condition: Very Good Certificate measures 8 1/2" by 4 1/4". Seems to be given after inspecting a load of White Oats on railroad car number 802. Stamped signature of the Chief Inspector Alfred Anderson. The Corn Exchange began around 1845 and closed it's doors in 1996. In the early 1900's it had fifteen inspectors and would average around 4,500 inspections a month. In 1908, Alfred Anderson was in the local newspaper...for having sold some pigs to Wm Clausen!
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