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Letter from Milton H. Smith, introducing son-in-law

Letter from the President of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, introducing his son-in-law, Thomas J. Felder to George Pullman and letter from Felder requesting a meeting.

See also: Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Pullman,_George;

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Title  Letter from Milton H. Smith, introducing son-in-law
Description  Letter from the President of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, introducing his son-in-law, Thomas J. Felder to George Pullman and letter from Felder requesting a meeting.
Subjects  Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Pullman,_George;
Creator  Milton H. Smith
Date  1897-09-16
Format  Correspondence
Identifier  15981: PF2013.09.266
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