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Name Eaton, Theodore H.

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Image of 1947.019.026 - Telegram

1947.019.026 - Telegram

Western Union telegram dated October 17, 1877, from Theodore H. Eaton to Theodore H. Eaton, Jr., advising "Cars one hour behind, send Edward with buggy."

Image of 1947.019.097 - Telegram

1947.019.097 - Telegram

Western Union telegram dated October 16, 1878, from Theodore H. Eaton to Theodore H. Eaton & Son, stating "Draw on Chemical Bank for four thousand dollars."

Image of 1947.019.031 - Letter

1947.019.031 - Letter

Handwritten letter from the Dexter Woolen Mills of Dexter, Michigan, to T. H. Eaton & Son, dated May 11, 1874. The paper is printed with the Dexter Woolen Mills letterhead and is slightly yellowed with faint blue lines.

Image of 1947.019.032 - Letter

1947.019.032 - Letter

Handwritten letter from the Portland Woolen Company of Portland, Michigan, to T. H. Eaton & Son of Detroit, dated August 9, 1873. The paper is white with light blue lines and is printed with the Portland Woolen Company letterhead.

Image of 1947.019.033a - Letter

1947.019.033a - Letter

Handwritten letter dated March 2, 1874, from Peninsular Iron Co. of Detroit, Michigan, to Eaton & Son concerning stock certificates and dividends. The paper is printed with light blue lines and the company letterhead.

Image of 1947.019.033b - Letter

1947.019.033b - Letter

Handwritten letter dated May 13, 1874, from Peninsular Iron Co. of Detroit, Michigan, to T. H. Eaton & Son concerning a stock dividend payment. The paper is printed with light blue lines and the company letterhead.

Image of 1947.019.033c - Letter

1947.019.033c - Letter

Handwritten note dated January 13, 1876, from Peninsular Iron Co. of Detroit, Michigan, to Theodore H. Eaton & Son concerning an order for castor oil. The linen paper is printed with light blue lines and the watermark, "Carew Co."

Image of 1947.019.035 - Letter

1947.019.035 - Letter

Handwritten order from Vassar Woolen Company of Vassar, Michigan, to Theodore H. Eaton & Son of Detroit, dated August 17, 1883. The paper is slightly yellowed and is printed with the Vassar Woolen Company letterhead.

Image of 1947.019.036 - Letter

1947.019.036 - Letter

Handwritten letter from the Huron Woolen Manufacturing Co. of Ypsilanti, Michigan, to Theodore H. Eaton & Son, dated July 21, 1870. The paper is slightly yellowed with faint blue lines and is printed with the Huron Woolen Manufacturing Company letterhead.

Image of 1947.019.157 - Postcard

1947.019.157 - Postcard

Handwritten one-cent postcard from New York to Theodore H. Eaton & Son of Detroit, Michigan, dated October 31, 1876. The postcard is slightly yellowed. Handwritten text on the verso shows "N.Y., Oct. 31, 1876; Gent., In reply to your p.c. [postcard] of 20th inst. Mr. John B. Wade [?] Barclay [?] is the selling agent for Mr. Poirrier goods. They refer you to him. C. [?] P. Field [?]."

Image of 1947.019.158a - Form, Order

1947.019.158a - Form, Order

One order form from Michigan Stove Company to T. H. Eaton & Son, dated June 21, 1878. The pre-printed form is printed in black text on white paper and is perforated on 3 edges. The handwritten order requests "1 bbl [barrel] Pumice Stone (Best English, Pulverized)."

Image of 1947.019.158b - Form, Order

1947.019.158b - Form, Order

One order form from Michigan Stove Company to T. H. Eaton & Son, dated August 17, 1880. The pre-printed form is printed in black text on white paper and is perforated on 3 edges. The handwritten order No. 544 requests "1 bbl [barrel] sal [salicylic] soda."

Image of 1947.019.158c - Form, Order

1947.019.158c - Form, Order

One order form from Michigan Stove Company to T. Eaton & Son, dated November 4, 1880. The pre-printed form is printed in black text on white paper and is perforated on 3 edges. The handwritten order No. 22 requests "1 bbl [barrel] Pulverized Pumice Stone."

Image of 1947.019.163a - Telegram

1947.019.163a - Telegram

Western Union telegram dated December 14, 1877, from J. W. Lord to Theodore H. Eaton, Jr., asking "Can Margaret join us in Chicago and go to Texas telegraph reply at once." (Note on telegraph form indicates that J. W. Lord was the brother-in-law of Theodore H. Eaton, Jr.)

Image of 1947.019.163b - Telegram

1947.019.163b - Telegram

Western Union telegram (Half Rate Message) dated October 20, 1873, from J. W. Lord to T. H. Eaton stating "Mary just started, wrote to Mosely on Wednesday no reply."

Image of 1947.019.163c - Telegram

1947.019.163c - Telegram

Western Union telegram dated September 4, 1884, from B. F. Geiger to Theodore H. Eaton & Son stating "And five pounds two #B blue to order of McKay Orillia." (A note on the telegraph form indicates that B. F. Geiger was a salesman for Theodore Eaton & Son.)