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A letter with a business card that details an order made by Mrs. Wilson to Mr. Dunn of a portrait.
The paper is 4.5" x 6", the business card is 4.3" x 2.4" and the envelope is 5.2" x 3"
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"An order for a portrait placed by Mrs. C. N. Wilson to Mr. Archie Dunn" (1885). Kansas Territorial Documents. 21.
Rocheport Aug 9 Mr. Archie Dunn “ Your postal received Columbia, Boone Co. MO., is the place I want my boxes shipped by freight. Be sure to mark this County. Sorry to hear of your having been sick. Regards to all . Respect Mrs. C. N. Wilson Top of page Please mark the boxes in my name as they belong to me. Fine Portraits! In India Ink, Water Colors or Crayon, by the Association of Celebrated Portrait Artists, Under the Business Management and Control of Ten Eyck & Co. 108 Genesee St., Auburn, N. Y. 96 State Street, Chicago, Ill. Who are represented in nearly every State in the Union by Reliable & Respectable Agents. Received of Mr. A. Dunn One picture to be Enlarged to 8 x 10 Size, and finished according to agreement. To be framed in no. 54 Price $450 To be delivered May 5th 1885. Or as soon thereafter as possible for the Agent to do so. Payment to be made on delivery. F. E. Houghton [illegible] This order cannot be countermanded. Mr. A. Dunn Arkansas City, Kansas Cancellation stamp: Armourdale Kan. Jul 6 1885 Cancellation stamp: Arkansas City Kan. Recd Jul 7 1 PM 1885