Letter from Fannie Vendig to Mr. A. Oppenheimer, 1910 January 17
Handwritten letter on Mannheimer-Hahn Mfg. Co. letterhead from Fannie Vendig in New York to Mr. Oppenheimer, secretary of Mannheimer-Hahn Mfg. Co. in New York, New York, asks Oppenheimer to attend to the matter of getting a head stone for her brother, Alex Vendig. Informs that Fannie's late brother Alex is buried at Rose Hill Cemetery in Colorado and she would like to have a plain head stone made marked with his name, date of birth, and date of death. Fannie Vendig expresses her appreciation to Oppenheimer for taking care of this as she knows no one in Denver. Vendig writes out the information she wants on the head stone and signs the letter.
- 1910 January 17
- Vendig, Fannie (Producer, Person)
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