George William Curtis correspondence
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There are three letters from the National Union Fire Insurance of Pittsburg, Pa., dealing with delinquent payments. All of them are signed R. C. Clark, special agent.
Seven letters on half sheets are from The National Agency, Indianapolis, Indiana, concerning claims adjustments and settlements. They are signed F. H. Sterling, Jr., Manager.
One half sheet typed message is from the law offices of Morris & Newberger, Indianapolis, about the case of Kiefer Drug Co. v. Mark L. Kahn, dated November 21, 1908.
The last three letters are from Henry C. Price, attorney in Indianapolis, and refer to Estelle Stevens who owed Star Millinery Company $74.83 in 1908.
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George attended Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. He was an attorney in Mt. Vernon.
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