Titolo: AGREEMENT TO SURVEY ISLANDS IN THE ROCK ...
Casa editrice: THE SURVEYOR'S GENERAL'S OFFICE ST lOUIS, MO, ST LOUIS, MO
Data di pubblicazione: 1844
Condizione libro: VERY GOOD CONDITION
Condizione sovraccoperta: NO DUST JACKET AS ISSUED
autografato: SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
Edizione: First Edition.
Tipologia articolo: LETTER
ONE PAGE FOLDED MANUSCRIPT LETTER WITH A HANDWRITTEN 18 CENTS POSTAL FEE, A RED ROUND POSTAL STAMP "ST LOUIS MO FEB 12 AND A LARGE RED WAX SEAL. tHE LETTER IS ADDRESSED TO JOYHN SHILLABER ESQ. OF DIXON, ILLINOIS. JOHN SHILLABER WAS A WEALTHY LAND OWNER IN DIXON ILLINOIS ON THE ROCK RIVER IN THE ILLINOIS COUNTY OF OGLE. SILAS REED WAS THE SURVEYOR GENERAL OF ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI WITH HIS OFFICE SITUATED IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. HE WAS APPOINTED TO THE POST BY PRESIDENT JOHN TYLER.AN HISTORICAL ITEM OF THE ROCK RIVER AND DIXON, ILLINOIS. THE LETTER IS IN A PROTECTIVE MYLAR FOLDER. Size: 7 5/8 x 9 5/8". Codice inventario libreria 002984
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Libreria AbeBooks dal: 27 febbraio 1999
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