Gage Creamery Letter
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J. H. Gage, proprietor of Holstein Creamery, pays William Devine $100 for 405 pounds of milk. The origin of the milk Mr. Devine shipped is unknown. William Devine (1848 -1909) was the son of early Rutland Township settler and farmer Patrick Devine. William became a Kane County school teacher, then moved to Huntley in 1875 to go into the general store business. He and John Skeels operated the Devine and Skeels General Store at the corner of Ma...
Gage Creamery Letter OFFICE OF J. H. Gage, Proprietor Holstein Creamery. Holstein, Ill, May 23d 1880 Wm Devine Dear Sir Enclosed you will find my ck. for $100.00 which I will charge up to you on Wood ??? as you had but 405 # of milk in March I will pay it with April. I have dated check 25th as I have checked up what funds I have but will place more on Tuesday. Very Truly Yours J.H. Gage
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- J. H. Gage. Gage Creamery Letter. 1880-05-23. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://www.idaillinois.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16614coll24/id/236. (Accessed January 22, 2021.)
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- J. H. Gage, (1880-05-23) Gage Creamery Letter. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://www.idaillinois.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16614coll24/id/236
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- J. H. Gage. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://www.idaillinois.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16614coll24/id/236>.