Fred C. Keighley
Oliver & Snyder Steel Company,MINING SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICEOLIVER, FAYETTER CO., PA.FRED. C. KEIGHLEY.GEN'L SUPT.PITTSBURG OFFICE. So. 10TH AND MURIEL STS.J.M. #2.I am sure we shall not forget the pleasant time we spent with you and your daughters in the petrified forests. We wish to be remembered to your daughters Miss Wanda and Miss Ellen. Will be pleased to hear from you at any time.Trusting that this will find you all well, I am,Very truly yours, 0370563 705
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