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A letter from N. Smith asking Mrs. Neese if she would consider cleaning house for the family.
One piece of paper measuring 8.4" x 7.3" and one envelope measuring 6.3" x 3.5"
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Smith, N., "Letter asking a woman if she would do housework for a family" (1898). Kansas Territorial Documents. 31.
Walnut Creek Milling Co. Walnut Creek Mills We handle all kinds of grain, feed and mill products Great Bend, Kas. 3/28 1898 Quotations are always subject to change without notice Prices quoted are always F.O.B. Great Bend unless otherwise specified (Picture of buildings) “ Full roller system, daily capacity 350 bbls. Elevator capacity 80,000 bu. (Picture of flour sack) “ Imperial Patent Process Flour Walnut Creek Milling Co. Great Bend, KS Our brands: Imperial, Hungarian Patent, Rose of Kansas, Hungarian Straight, Kansas Pride, Daily Bread Mrs. Augusta Neese Albert Kans I today had the pleasure of seeing Mr. John Mausolf and inquired of him wanting to know if he could tell me when we could get a girl to do house work He spoke as if we might be able to get you to come or else your Sister Inclosed I and you stamp and wish you would favor me with an answer. My family [illegible] very larger [illegible] in the [illegible] and are willing to pay $2.00 per week Address N Smith Great Bend Kans After 10 days, return to The Walnut Creek Milling Co., Great Bend, Kans. Mrs. Augusta Neese Albert, Kansas Cancellation stamp has: Albert Kan. Mar 29 1898