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This black and white printed postcard contains correspondence from a law office to a man filing a claim. Printed text and handwriting are on the front of the card. Handwriting is on the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Seigel (Kan.), Ghost towns, Douglas County (Kan.), Washington (D.C.), Correspondence, Communication
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Thompson, Robert, "Postcard: Law Office of Charles & William B. King" (1888). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 1032.
Law Office of Charles & William B. King, Successors to Sanborn & King. Box 593. No. 906. F Street, Washington, D.C., April 21st 1888. Dear Sir: In your claim you should write - to W.B. Taylor of Lincoln, Nebr. giving him facts in order that he may identify you - He has records in his possession showing "J.R.Thompson" belonged to 2" Set. under Lt. Palmetrir (Lt. Ellsworth - Lt. Eldrige) and asks if you are the same man. He is willing to assist you if he possibly can do so. Yours respectfully, Charles & William B. King Robt Thompson (Soldiers Home Leavenworth Kans. c/o W. W. King marked out) Seigel, Douglass Co.. Kas. FORWARDED