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International Correspondence Schools Instruction Paper: French

Cover reads "International Correspondence Schools Instruction Paper: French", Part 15, Conversational Lessons XXIX-XXX, from the International Textbook Company in Scranton, PA. The number 318 O is on the bottom. Inside the booklet are "lessons" for practicing French phrases and sentences. In the back are recommended supplies for students for learning more.

Cue Card: "To W.H. Hutchison"

Addressed to a Mr. W.H. Hutchison at 32 Oshawa ON. Reads "Mr. Hutchison…. Please give me… description of your finance…". Signed from a "Jos M. Hunt" from Ohio. Top corner has a Jefferson postage stamp.

Letter from "Florence Inn"

Envelop with a letter from Florence Inn in Terry Town, NY. Addressed to a Mr. and Mrs Hutchison. Reads: "Your lonely gift arrived yesterday, we both thank you very much, it was most kind of you… Having heard I've speak of you… I feel I know you both well. I do hope some time in the near future we shall all meet. It would be lovely if you could pay us a visit, we should be most delighted to see you. Thank you for your lovely gift... PS... working such long hours but as soon as he can he will write you."

Letter from "Chochian and McCluer Co."

Addressed to a Mr. W.H. Hutchison , from Chicago. Envelop has black smudges. Article spread 2 pages long. Front side reads "45 years 100% safe, established 1881". Presenting Real Estates, proposing it is very secure. Loans to Chicago area. Back side explains about "serial maturities". Included in envelop is an actual letter addressed to Hutchison for Mar 10, 1926. Reads: "Thank you for inquiring about book... which we are sending under separate cover".

Hand traced map

Hand traced map. Bottom of the map are scribbles reading "E Plache", "Dep Com Crown", "Land Toronto", "Town Pittsburgh", "Traced from Blue Print", "Dated 1856 May 28th".

Letter from National War Work Council of Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States.

Front of letter, "With the colors", picture of American glad and an upside down red triangle. Letter addressed to Mr. WH Hutchison of South Oshawa, Canada. Reads: "Dear Sir, My folks send me the letter you wrote my father. I am glad you rec'd. "Beauty" all O.N. but am sorry she was delayed so long. Hope the trip didn't hurt her any and don't suppose it did as she is a very healthy bitch. I've run across a few dogs since I've been in this camp. Seen an Eng Bull one pretty good heavy Boston and several Airedales. Some good ones. I saw and called as fine a young Airedale bitch to me one evening as one often sees. She had brass studded color and blue ribbon on her neck but no name on plate. So I couldn't find out who she belonged to but she was a real one. I was about 2 weeks and when I got able to get about some I noticed an Airedale bitch at a fine station close by and went over (of course) and talked about to the owner (a fireman) and he told me about a fellow in a different ward of the Hospital having a lot of Airedales and I went to see him and who do you think it was. It was Sergeant Fowler who... you suppose as I have myself read so much about in "Kennel Review". He always sent in pictures and write ups at Airedales and by game hunts in the West and South West, etc. Wrote from Mexican border quite a bit. Well he has been in the service 12 years he says, and is now 30 years old. He's a little wary fellow and not afraid of the devil from my opinion. He has 2 wild bear hides in his room and a big 43 six shooter holster. He is different than you and I he breeds for hunting [underlined] exclusively and don't care for show as we do but he breeds from the best winning streams. His dogs and pups are sure game all right and he has one Monarch bitch can do most anything but tells. He owns and has here that dog byle used to have signed by Ch. His Highness. I suppose you have often read of him as he is pretty widely known. Name El Collado Royalist. Had one ear torn off in fight. He says he always takes his dogs wherever he goes that is part of them a pretty good bunch although he says he also has a big kennel (Jack he calls it) somewhere in the southwest, in Texas. ...on around with some friend. How he gets by taking those dogs along in the Army I don't see but some of these old "Regulars" that are on the... get by with a lot that some fellows aren't. Well here is hoping the war's soon over so my brother and I can get back to the game again. My address may change at any time now as I signed a transfer this week and don't know what I will be transferred to get either but suppose I will get out of the infantry and hope so as they sure put you through and I don't like Infantry much. You can write me at present address and I will likely get it anyways if I do change or if you don't, write soon I can drop you a card with my new address and you then write me. Sincerely, Raymond A."

Correspondence from Department of Lands and Forests

Replying an inquiry on "Islands Cranberry and Dog Lakes, which Cranberry not shown on office plan. Need to have a plan of survey by an Ontario Land Surveyor". Department has to "lithograph maps of township of Stonington where Dog Lake is", but can get a blueprint for 50 cents. Enclosed "Summer Resort Regulations on blank application form".

Letter to "Kennel Review"

Bottom half of letter ripped off and missing. Addressed to "Kennel Review". Publishing Co. in Kansas City. Reads: "I notice you have a blue pencil mark on my copy (January). On Dec 31rst I made a remittance of $5.46 which to be credited to classified ad that I stated on Jan issue... Attaching another $1.25 for Modern Airedale... I enjoy K.V. more each year and I think you have got my attention for life by the way I feel... Your ads bring results and I do not find that he demand for good Airedales."

Correspondence from "Morgan and Co."

Letter template reads: "Megan and Co., Laboratories on New York". Reads "Dear friend; we take this opportunity to bring to your attention "Dejein" Canine Destemper Compound, a remedy unequalled for dog distemper. When used at the onset of this disease, "Dejein" is or specific that cuts and shortens the attack... Distemper is very contagious and is due to a gene negative germ extremely small in size. When the disease is a generalized blood poisoning... Dejein directly attacks the germs anywhere in the system by preventing their multiplication, destroying germs themselves, by neutralizing their poisons, thus bringing about recovery". Continues to talk more about "Dejein" remedy, mentions it is certifiably backed. Explains the "care of Distempered Dog: Allow an abundance of fresh air and sunlight; house in a temperature between 60-70 degrees; avoid forced feeding; give frequently a small quantity of heated milk and lime water..." According to letter, dogs "take Dejein readily, it settles the stomach and stops vomiting".

Receipt

Details that $10.20 has been received on 2 crates of live dogs.

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