Bills of sale and correspondence relating to business matters for the Baehr family of Upper Sandusky, O. Entrepreneurship, Death.

Bills of sale and correspondence relating to business matters for the Baehr family of Upper Sandusky, O.

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).

Price: $50.00

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