This item consists of 8 Antique Business Letters: a 1900 citizenship request letter from the State of New York, Office of Secretary of State, Albany (10.375"x7.875" on letterhead); an 1891 chattel mortgage letter from C.M. Condon, Banker, Coffeyville, Kansas (10.75"x8.25" on letterhead); a 1912 letter on the prices of developing papers from The Haloid Company, Rochester, N.Y. (7"x8.25" on letterhead); a 1909 carbon copy of a letter to purchase land by The Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Co., Ripley, N.Y. (11"x8.5"); a 1901 letter responding to a request for an article from The Christian Advocate, New York, N.Y. (6.75"x8.375" on letterhead); an undated carbon copy of a letter for monies due from the Bank of Seneca, Missouri (9.25"x6.875" on letterhead); a 1903 carbon copy with envelope of a misplaced loan note from Missouri Savings and Loan Company, St. Louis (11"x8.5" on letterhead); and a 1903 carbon copy of a letter on wedges under stakes from Bangor & Aroostook R.R., Bangor, Maine. There are original, stamped and typed signatures. These 8 Antique Business Letters are in Good to Very Good condition. Some have minor edge tears and creases. Ideal for use in collage or assemblage.