|Collection||Elsworth Brown Collection|
All three papers are carbon copies of notes he left for people in Tennessee when Elsworth had to leave quickly for his father's funeral in Ohio.
a) is to Mr. Robert Hall, who is a banker at St. Elmo. He makes sure that the man knows Elsworth has applied for a loan from the Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, which will be deposited by Edward E. Brown, the general agent for the Commercial Bank Building in Chattanooga.
b) is to Edward E. Brown. He asks "Ed" to deposit the loan in his checking account at St. Elmo if it comes through, as he had suggested.
c) is to a Mr. Vial, a friend of Elsworth's who had explored Goldpoint with him. He tells him that he could take Mr. Norman there, or wait for Elsworth to return, as he shouldn't be gone too long.
|Dates of Creation||June 11, 1944|
|Extent of Description||a-c) 8.50'' x 11.00''|