County of Brant Public Library Digital Collections
Letter to George Foster and Sons from the Simpson Brothers
Description
Creators
Simpson Brothers, Author
George Foster and Sons
, Recipient
Media Type
Text
Item Type
Documents
Description
This item is a letter sent from the Simpson brothers, merchants from Onondaga, to George Foster and Sons on April 4, 1901. The brothers write to George Foster and Sons, requesting a barrel of Canadian coal oil and packages of tobacco.
Notes
George Foster and Sons was a Wholesale Grocer located at 143 Colborne Street on the historic South Side of Brantford.
Date of Original
April 4, 1901
Subject(s)
Local identifier
985.86.014.041.002
Collection
Brant Museum and Archives Collection
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.1334 Longitude: -80.26636
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.117551005163 Longitude: -80.120126550293
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Recommended Citation
Letter to George Foster and Sons from the Simpson Brothers, April 4, 1901. Brant Museum and Archives Collection. Item No. 985.86.014.041.002.
Contact
Brant Museum and Archives Collection
Email
WWW address
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57 Charlotte St.
Brantford, ON N3T 2W6
(519)752-2483
Full Text

Onondaga April 4/01

Mess Geo Foster + Sons

Gentlemen Brantford

Please slip at-once

1 Bbl Canadian coal oil

1 Cad Bobs Tobacco

1 - Pot W -

Yours truly

Simpson Brothers

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Letter to George Foster and Sons from the Simpson Brothers


This item is a letter sent from the Simpson brothers, merchants from Onondaga, to George Foster and Sons on April 4, 1901. The brothers write to George Foster and Sons, requesting a barrel of Canadian coal oil and packages of tobacco.