1886 Letter Signed By Lucille M. Livesey with Mailer to C.P. Buckley, Attorney in New York City Regarding a Correspondence in the Escoriaza Law Case, sent from Denver Colorado
(Americana - 19th Century - Manuscript - Correspondence - Denver Colorado - Law Case)

Denver, Colorado: Not Published, 1886. F Handwritten letter, one side; dated Denver Colorado Sept 13, 1886; accomplished on lined Hampshire watermark paper. Written to C.P. Buckley Esq., an attorney for the firm of Messrs. Smith & Woodward counselors at law No. 167 Broadway New York. "...I believe the time for me to answer in the Escoriaza case under the last stipulation must expire about this time. I came away from home about July 1 confidently expecting to return within 4 or 6 weeks. I am, however, still detained here, and cannot expect to leave till after the return hither of a gentleman now absent in New Mexico, and who will be gone all the week...Faithfully Yours Lucille M. Livesey" With the original mailing envelope postmarked Colorado & with 2 cent stamp sent to the firm employing Buckley. Old fold lines, darkening; envelope with travel-wear and dustiness; in very good condition. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 25437)


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