Keith Paper Company Letters ➔ John Keith Letters page 374


December 20 1884, Date created
March 21 2018, Date modified
Dec. 20, 84 [1884]
My dear Van Kirk,
Your favor of 17th at hand.
I notice all you say and I should be very glad if you could manage to start inn business again but it is not possible for me to do what you want. You know I have made two losses for the company in my business with you and however much I might desire to have the KP Co take a third risk the directors would not give their consent. I think you are popular with the trade and might build up a good business in N.Y. by starting in a small way and selling only to good parties. I have always understood that Mrs Van Kirks father [Mr. Miller] was a man of property and it seems