Upper Sandusky, O. and Nevada, O., 1905-1913. 5 pages, various sizes (ranging from 10 x 8 inches to 5 x 7 inches), various dates. In a printed cover with the Martin Baehr, Livery, Feed & Sale Stables, Upper Sandusky, Ohio return address. Some marginal tears (affecting a few letters in the pencil receipt); some light soiling and mustiness; in very good condition. Item #15922
A few business papers, the most intersting being the two-page bill of sale to George Baehr from the Blosser family, "The following articles, viz. 2 Funeral cars, 1 coffin wagon, harness, 2 horses, lowering device and all the funeral paraphanelia [sic]," for $500 (dated Aug. 16, 1902 at the foot of the text, perhaps 1912 at the head). Also includes a brief note from an attorney on Newell & Bowers law firm letterhead, offering to try to sell a barn for more than the reported $4000 asking price, "and I can make a small commission besides" (Jan. 19, 1905); a pencil receipt for George Baehr from a carpenter for erecting a carriage elevator in the barn (March 29, 1910); an an article of agreement between George Baehr and C. D. Conklin for the sale of a livery barn and laundry property on South Sandusky Ave. for $7,250 (March 19, 1913).