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Picture (1530) December 1, 1903 - Bancroft - Whitney Co. - Law Publishers - San Francisco, California. Condition: Very Good Billhead measures 5 1/2" by 8 1/2". Handwritten bill shows two charges on for October 7, 1903. It has been stamped Paid on March 23, 1904. The bill was sent to: Robert G. Fisk - Attorney who lived in Gettysburg, South Dakota. Price: $6.00 + Shipping.

Picture (1730) March 2, 1914 - Acres, Blackmar & Co. - Burlington, Iowa - Printers, Binders, and Blank Book Makers. Condition: Very Good Lettehead measures 8 1/2" by 11". This letter was typed and sent to the Exchange Bank in Bloomfield, Iowa. It states that they were enclosing a memorandum of their account, and that the bank had overlooked the amount due because the amount was small. Price: $6.00 + Shipping.

Picture(1738) June 21, 1897 - Albert B. King & Co. - New York, New York - Printers, Lithographers, and Stationers. Condition: Very Good Lettehead measures 8 1/2" by 11". This letter was typed and sent to J. M. Mossman, Esq on 72 Maiden Lane, N.Y. It states they will furnish 5,000 slips on gummed paper, for $1.25 per thousand. There is a gummed piece of paper attached to bottom of letter with information on ordering. Beautiful heading with picture of office building. There is information that states that in 1905 the York Safe and Lock Company purchased from Mr. Mossman at the above address the part of his business pertaining to Safes and Locks for the amount of $15,000. Price: $10.00 + Shipping.

Picture (1923) February 12, 1887 - A. S. Barnes & Co. - New York, New York -Publishers, Wholesale Book Sellers & Starioners. Condition: Good - Lettehead measures 8 1/2" by 8". This is an extensive handwritten list of stationary items for Waltby Refridgerator Company. Very nice Vignette with illustration of building. Alfred Smith Barnes's father was founder of Barnesville which is now in Fair Haven, Connecticut. In 1865 Barnes settled on the above company name. This was a family operated business. He became the leading publisher of textbooks in the country. His son Alfred C. Barnes took over the company on his father's death. BH has darkened and has a few small tears on the creases. It is very legible. Price: $6.00 + Shipping.

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