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Catalog Number 2010.1.14
Object Name Letter
Scope & Content The item is a letter written to a man named Frederick in Columbus, Ohio from A.A. Slusser in Louisville, Ohio. Slusser writes about his business and sends his well wishes to Frederick. Also included in the letter are lines quoted of Abraham Lincoln, "He entered every open door. First worked a farm, then tended store. May it ever be your lot to love your work, And ever keep at it without even a jerk. Then ever prosperous you will be, This we all readily can see."
Title Friend Frederick
Collection Bechtel Collection
Accession number 2010.1
Caption front of letter
Condition Okay
Credit line BECHTEL
Notes Bought by the McKinley Birthplace Museum from Mr. Bechtel in 2010.
People Frederick
Slusser, A.A.
Subjects Correspondence
Documents
Pharmacies
Pharmacists
Stores & shops
News & news events
Newspapers
Businessmen