1884 Letter to Boston & Albany Railroad Written Upon Benjamin F. Butler Law Firm Stationery

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1884 Letter to Boston & Albany Railroad Written Upon Benjamin F. Butler Law Firm Stationery

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Item No. 7075637

An interesting 1884 letter written upon the stationery of Civil War General Benjamin F. Butler's law office, Butler, Washburn, and Webster. The letter was written by one of the partners, Frank L. Washburn. It reads, in part, "the property in question is real estate bounded by Rowe & Newton St." Addressed to the Boston & Albany Railroad's general counsel, A. L. Loule, the letter stated that the company was accused of using a strip of land next to their road that belonged to a Mr. Littlefield.

The letter measures about 8" x 10 1/2". The paper is in excellent condition and isn't stiff or particularly delicate. Creases where originally folded.

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