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Letter from Northern Canneries Corporation, manufacturers of Old Faithful brand Canned Goods, Tacoma, Wash, dated December 4th, 1926; written to Will A. Lowman, Receiver, Anacortes Washington; "Dear Sir: Confirming our conversation of to-day, we offer you $14.00 per ton, delivered FOB cars or trucks at our factory in Tacoma for the Carrots you wish to sell.
We will take not less than 60 Tons at the present time, and we will let you know within two weeks if we can take anything over this amount to a maximum of 150 Tons. The first car to be delivered immediately and the second car a week later. The first 60 Tons shall contain not over 10% and not less than 5% Tiny Carrots (3/4 inch and under in diameter).
Carrots are to be firm, of good color and in good condition for canning, free fro worms, mold, decay, split or woody carots, or other imperfections making them unfit for canning.
Terms to be 2% in ten days, or thirty days net at our option.
Yours very truly,
Northern Canneries Corporation."
Letter is signed by S.L. Handforth, V.P.
|Collection||Neil Carey Collection|
|Caption||Order for carrots -- 1926|
|Date||1926 Dec 4|
LOWMAN, William Alvin "Will"
Crest Canning Company