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Offers an advertising plan when a $50 order is placed. Circa early 1900s is assumed. Poster: 7-11/16" × 13-7/8". Also in PDF.
New Dealer Postcard
Postcard for a business to send in to Wiss requesting to buy a sample pack, to start being a dealer.
Letter dated January 8, 1904
Louis Wiss asking Middleburg Stone for a quotation, and a request to test the stones before placing an order.
Letter dated April 16, 1904
Wiss is requesting a credit from Middleburg for a stone that was entirely too hard and impossible to true up - one side being much softer than the other. And then placing an order.
Letter dated April 20, 1904
Louis Wiss is stating that a little variation is okay, and that Middleburg may increase the order to make th eorder suffient for a car.
Letter dated June 10, 1904.
Letter from Wiss to Middleburg Stone stating that one grinding wheel arrived broken, and they want to test the stones before paying.
Letter dated June 15, 1904
Wiss is sending a cover letter for a freight bill.
Letter to Arnold Kornahrens 1909
Blaming a local newspaper for not running advertisements. Also in PDF.
Envelope Wiss sent on September 22, 1902.
Envelope Wiss sent on March 24, 1908.
Envelope with Unprinted Date
Wiss sending to Marting Bros. Co., Att. Buyer House Furnings Dept.