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NARA RG104, Entry 1, Box 160

Office of Town Printing Company, Philadelphia, December 27, 1889

Col. O.C. Bosbyshell Dear Col.

My sister, who is employed in the Adjusting Room, desires me to request you to transfer her to duty “down stairs”, in the event of a vacancy occurring in that department as the work would not be so trying on her eyes. She also desires me to convey her thanks for the assurance that she would not be disturbed in her position. If at any time you can comply with the request it will be fully appreciated by

Yours Respectfully, Samuel P. Town