Archives : Letters, Manuscripts, Documents
Stephens Collection
Dates of Creation:
May 29, 1908
Extent of Description:
2pages, plus envelope9.5x6 in.
Item ID:
My Dear George — Letter to George Hunt — Washington D.C. to Estero
Scope & Content:
Teed talks about the store and his approval of "...the plan that George Sanders inagurated about the sinking fund made on his commissions." Teed gives Hunt permission to deviate from these plans if the "...Unity should have something it is starving for." He asks, "Did George [Sanders?] take my letter very hard? It was plain talk." Teed then speaks of various persons and asks, "What does Emma think about it?" Hunt then notes that a paragraph has been left out because Teed had asked Hunt to say nothing about it. The letter closes with Teed remarking that he is glad to have the office once again. He asks Hunt to send a photo.

[Note: It is unclear if this is a copy or the original. The handwriting does not appear to be Teed's and at the top of page—1, it says "Date on Envelope May 29, 1908"]
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