Title: Business letter from Cody Trading Company to H. M. Gerrans

Date: February 28, 1917

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Cody Trading Co.
It Pays to Pay Cash
Wholesale and Retail
Cody, Wyoming.
J. M. Schwoob M'g'r.
Established 1898
Groceries, O. V. B. Hardware, Majestic Ranges, Retort Heaters, Enameled Ware and Anti-Rust Tinware, Cutlery, Canvas Goods, Tents, Harness and Saddles, Oliver Plows, Studebager Wagons and Buggies, Deering and McCormick Machinery, Stackers and Sweeps, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Sweet-Orr Corduroys, Staley Underwear, Kuppenheimer Clothing, Refrigerators, Oils and Paints, Crockery, Glassware, Trunks, Suit-Cases, Bedding and Sporting Goods and Furnishings.

Mr. H. M. Gerrans,

Hotel Iroquois,

Buffalo, N.Y.

Dear Mr. Gerrans:

We enclose Mr. Bleistein's statement, $4077.43, which included interest to February 27, 1917. Mr. Bleistein will find this statement correct.

We have had a very cold bad winter, However, it looks now as though the weather conditions will permit business to open up. It has been very quiet during the extremely cold weather.

With kind regards I remain,

Yours truly,




Title: Business letter from Cody Trading Company to H. M. Gerrans

Source: McCracken Research Library, MS407 Bronson Rumsey Collection, MS407.1.12.14

Date: February 28, 1917

Topic: Buffalo Bill's Wyoming

People: Bleistein, George, 1861-1918 Schwoob, Jacob M., 1874-1932 Gerrans, Henry M., 1853-1939

Sponsor: Supported in part by a grant from the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund, a program of the Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources.

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