Letter : Buena Park, Illinois, to W.I. Way, 1894 Nov. 17.


Letter : Buena Park, Illinois, to W.I. Way, 1894 Nov. 17.

Regrets not seeing Way at his office. Sends greetings to "the rest of you."

1 item (1 leaf) ; 21 cm.

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