TYPE: Letter
DIMENSIONS: -letter, 8 7/16 x 5 5/8 inches -note, 6 x 9 1/2 inches
CONDITION: -This one page letter has dark purple printing of the letterhead, and black typewriter ribbon ink. The paper is expectedly yellowed and foxed, typewritten ink is faded but readable (letterhead and signature still very bold). It was originally folded in thirds vertically, and has been in a clear document protector (unfolded) for many years. -Anglo Calif Bank Ltd Deposit Credit Slip. There is expected yellowing and foxing of paper from age, has rugged edge along lower and lower left and right edges, with two 1/4 inch tears at lower edge and a tiny hole. There is some smearing of ink that appears to be original. The note was folded twice horizontally long ago. Great for framing.
ITEM ID: 3738

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Probate Court Letter, Tombstone and Bisbee, Cochise County, Arizona Territory

Year: 1908
Decade: 1900s
Century: 20th (1901-2000)
Notes: Dated June 12th 1908

Antique typewritten letter from the Probate Court, Cochise County, Arizona Tombstone with Frank W. Goodbody noted as Judge and J.E. James as Clerk. This letter is addressed to Hon. J.D. Taylor Attorney at Law, Bisbee, Arizona: “Dear Sir: Referring to yours of the 11th ins relative to the Hanley matters, inform you that it will not be necessary for Mrs. Hanley to appear before the Court on date of hearing, and that the matters will be settled on said date. Yours Very truly, (signed in black fountain pen ink), J.E. James.”Additional item: AZ Anglo Calif Bank Ltd Deposit Credit Slip, 1888, Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona Territory 1888