[Letters addressed to Lanman & Kemp, dated 1864-1877].

Title: 
[Letters addressed to Lanman & Kemp, dated 1864-1877].

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Author/Artist: 
Whitney Glassworks.
Description: 
78 items : ink on paper ; 23 x 14 - 28 x 22 cm
Format of Material: 
Documents
Bib ID: 
143903
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Documents
Call Number: 
143903
Notes: 
Document 83.
In digitization queue as of September 30, 2015.
Letters have staining and ink bleeding.
Contents: 
Letters begin with August 14, 1864; 2 letters in 1864; non in 1865; no. 3-43 are dated 1866, 0 in 1867-1869, no. 44-76 are dated 1870; 0 from 1871-1876, and 1 letter dated in 1877. (Includes one page of information about Whitney Glassworks and Lanman & Kemp).
Whitney was a glass bottle manufacturer; Lanman & Kemp were druggists' in NYC, proprietors of Bristol's Sarsaparilla, ect. Correspondence concerns orders, delivery, prices, molds, and glass quality.