Typed letter to Melvin Morse of Hardwick, Vt., signed by C.E. Haskell on his business letterhead. C. E. Haskell.

Typed letter to Melvin Morse of Hardwick, Vt., signed by C.E. Haskell on his business letterhead

Wolcott, Vt. 1911. Typed letter to Melvin Morse, esq., of Hardwick, Vt., signed by C.E. Haskell on his business letterhead: Office of C.E. Haskell Dealer in Dry Goods, Clothing, Men's Furnishings, Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, Groceries and Flour. Letterhead includes an illustration of his 2-storey store with 3 horse-drawn vehicles in the street. Haskell is writing to a lawyer regarding the amount due to him for wheat taken by Will Bedee. Perhaps in response to the difficulties he referred to in this letter, in 1917 Haskell switched to cash only, as he described in a lengthy article in the Hardware Dealers' Magazine of April 1918. In Good Condition: several closed tears of 2 cm. or less; light creasing; clean. Good. Item #005896

Price: $25.00

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