1885 ORIGINAL NINE PAGE AUTOGRAPHED LETTER HANDWRITTEN BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNION REFINING COMPANY IN MONTGOMERY ALABAMA TO HIS CORPORATE BANKERS IN CINCINNATI OHIO2354
On offer is an interesting, original nine page manuscript letter dated July 20th 1885 handwritten cotton seed oil tycoon and president of the Union Refining Co of Montgomery G.H. Dudley to D.J. Fallis of the Merchant National Bank Cincinnati Ohio. The letter reads much like a report to the 'head office' rather than a separate corporate entity implying the state of the cotton business in the South and the important role played by Northern and Eastern banks. [We note that the corporate letterhead names a Jonathan T. Fallis as a Secretary of Union Refining Co of Montgomery and could not help wonder if there is a familial connection. Further research may find even more interesting bonds between the companies.] The 9 x 11½ inch pages are overall G+.
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