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[[image]] Representing
INUSURE TODAY
National Liberty
Insurance Company
of America
FOUNDED
1859
FOUNDED
1859 [[/image]] | William E. Brooks
2 Main Street Framingham, Mass. | FIRE, AUTOMOBILE TORNADO, WINDSTORM RENT, RENTAL VALUE USE & OCCUPANCE TOURIST BAGGAGE SPRINKLER LEAKAGE EXPLOSION, RIOT PARCELST POST REGISTERED MAIL INLAND MARINE

October 31, 1935

Dear Raymond:
Enclosed usual monthly statement; looks pretty good now, but, tomorrow, the Town of Framingham is going to make some dent in same; to amount of $2417.04.

No further information from Schmeltz. for sale or whether or not he has changed his mind in regards to oil burner; would rather have one now, installed, than a new one, but, am not stating so to them. 

Enclosed letter from some company in Newark, which, you may look up or not, as you see fit: meant to give this to you when you were here, but, forget it. (Furtuna Mines)

In regards to Galvin. and Mc Cann: Galvin had not had any apprisal as yet; Mc Cann. has had apprisal, but, no reply as yet: However I have asked for some interest on loan to reduce principle amount.

While waiting for lights to change, at corner of Main Street, and, Worcester Road, Framingham, Massachusetts. on Sunday October 27, 1935: You witnessed the first performance of the "Centre Players."[[??]]

Arrived at Amherst at 12.15 PM. Springfield was 24 miles from that point.

Best regards to all.
Your brother.
Bill

Ousid
11/12/35
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