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  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from F. Walker
        This item is a letter sent from F. Walker, a merchant from St. George, to George Foster and Sons on 11 March 1901. Mr. Walker writes in an order to be picked up by his colleague George Coleman that he will charge to his account. This order includes a barrel ...
      This item is a letter sent from F. Walker, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from F.B. Waugh
        This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from St. George, to George Foster and Sons at an unknown date. Mr. Waugh writes that he has enclosed $31.00 in cash with the letter, and hopes that he has completed his payments for his bills. He also requests ...
      This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from F.B. Waugh
        This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from St. George, to George Foster and Sons on an unknown day and month in 1904. Mr. Waugh requests an order for a number of different items. These goods include pork, gold dust, tobacco, barley, corn starch, vanilla, spices, ...
      This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from F.B. Waugh
        This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from St. George, to George Foster and Sons on 27 January, 1903. Mr. Waugh writes in an order for numerous items he intends to sell. Such goods include rice, granulated sugar, yellow sugar, tea, salt, tomatoes, sardines, salmon, tobacco, ...
      This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from F.B. Waugh
        This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from St. George, to George Foster and Sons on 20 December, 1903. Mr. Waugh writes in an order for numerous items he intends to sell. Such goods include rice, granulated sugar, yellow sugar, tea, salt, tomatoes, sardines, salmon, tobacco, ...
      This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from F.B. Waugh
        This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from St. George, to George Foster and Sons on 5 December, 1903. Mr. Waugh writes in an order for numerous items he intends to sell. Such goods include sugar, soap, black tea, pickles, sugar, and corn. He also adds ...
      This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from J.M. McEwen
        This item is a letter sent from J.M. McEwen, a merchant from St. George, to George Foster and Sons on 6 January, 1903. Mr. McEwen writes that he has read and signed a draft sent to him, and requests them to notify the bank in St. George to wait for ...
      This item is a letter sent from J.M. McEwen, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from F.B. Waugh
        This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from St. George, to George Foster and Sons on 30 April, 1907. Mr. Waugh writes that he had sent them a cheque on April 30th, and that he will also be sending empty barrels and coffee cases.
      This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from F. Walker
        This item is a letter sent from F. Walker, a merchant from St. George, to George Foster and Sons on 18 May, 1907. Mr. Walker writes about an order for parchment paper he made on May 15, and asks about modifying the order.
      This item is a letter sent from F. Walker, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from F. Walker
        This item is a letter sent from F. Walker, a merchant from St. George, to George Foster and Sons on 11 February 1907. Mr. Walker writes to confirm information about his last order that he had billed for another client.
      This item is a letter sent from F. Walker, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from F.B. Waugh
        This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from St. George, to George Foster and Sons on 11 February, 1904. Mr. Waugh writes in an order for multiple barrels and bags of goods, including sugar, tobacco, oats, and lard.
      This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from J.M. McEwen
        This item is a letter sent from J.M. McEwen, a merchant from St. George, to George Foster and Sons on 7 December, 1903. Mr. McEwen writes of complaints of poor quality red delicious apples being sent to customers, and is surprised to hear such complaints about them. He explained that ...
      This item is a letter sent from J.M. McEwen, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from J.M. McEwen
        This item is a letter sent from J.M. McEwen, a merchant from St. George, to George Foster and Sons on 26 January, 1904. Mr. McEwen writes of goods that he accidently received instead of what he intentionally ordered. He would like there to be some difference in price for the ...
      This item is a letter sent from J.M. McEwen, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from F.B. Waugh
        This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from St. George, to George Foster and Sons on 25 January, 1902. Mr. Waugh writes that he would like to exchange previously ordered Java coffee for a large can, of similar size to a previous order.
      This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from J. Sutton Clark
        This item is a letter sent from J. Sutton Clark, a merchant in St. George, to George Foster and Sons from September of approximately 1905. Mr. Clark writes that he had not received an order for sardines and hopes to receive it soon. He notes that the current price of ...
      This item is a letter sent from J. Sutton Clark, a merchant ...
  • Letter to George Foster & Sons from F. Walker
        This item is a letter sent from F. Walker, a merchant from St. George, to George Foster and Sons on 1 February 1907. Mr. Walker writes an order for pick up, which includes two barrels of washing soda, six bags of yellow sugar, and two bags of wheat.
      This item is a letter sent from F. Walker, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from C.P. Keefer
        This item is a letter sent from C.P. Keefer, an unknown resident from St. George, to George Foster and Sons on March 29, 1901. Mr. Keefer encloses payment of $12.70 for an order previously made for February 23, 1901.
      This item is a letter sent from C.P. Keefer, an unknown resident ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from Richardson & Maitland
        This item is a letter sent from Richardson & Maitland, a St. George merchant, to George Foster and Sons on November 11, 1901. Richardson & Maitland writes regarding a purchase of paint from a Mr. Butter that is not sufficient for their needs and making a further purchase with credit.
      This item is a letter sent from Richardson & Maitland, a St. ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from F.B. Waugh
        This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a St. George merchant, to George Foster and Sons on February 18, 1902. Mr. Waugh encloses payment for a previously made purchase.
      This item is a letter sent from F.B. Waugh, a St. George ...
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