Lot 245 of 627:
Four letters to William Chapman Ralston  

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Estimate:
$400 - $600

Title:
Four letters to William Chapman Ralston from various associates

Author:

Place:
San Francisco

Publisher:

Date:
1868-1872

Description:

Includes:

  • Letter from W.C. Parker, regarding payment to be made to Albert Whipple to "process a bet...on the result of the coming presidential election..." Oct. 26, 1868.
  • Letter from attorney Hall McAllister, thanking Ralston for "allowing us to have such a beautiful team from your stables..." April 4th, 1869.
  • Letter from Milton Latham, California politician and later banker, in pencil, "Dear Ralston, I want to see you very much & must if possible before business hours tomorrow..." Undated.
  • Letter from S.M. Watson (or Wilson?) regarding a power of attorney. July 30, 1872.

Four autograph letters signed, in ink except as noted.


Lot Amendments

Condition:
very good condition.


 
Item number:
280448
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