[Monthly Statement from the Texas Paper Company, April 28, 1939]

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Monthly statement billed to Earl Yates from the Texas Paper Company showing a balance of $2.85 as of April 7, 1939. Included in the record is an advertisement for Fort Howard Household Roll Waxed Paper as well as the envelope that the documents were delivered in.

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2 documents : some col. ; 18 x 14 cm., 16 x 18 cm. + 1 envelope (9 x 17 cm.)

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Monthly statement billed to Earl Yates from the Texas Paper Company showing a balance of $2.85 as of April 7, 1939. Included in the record is an advertisement for Fort Howard Household Roll Waxed Paper as well as the envelope that the documents were delivered in.

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2 documents : some col. ; 18 x 14 cm., 16 x 18 cm. + 1 envelope (9 x 17 cm.)

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  • April 28, 1939

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  • April 7, 1939 - April 28, 1939

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[Monthly Statement from the Texas Paper Company, April 28, 1939], text, April 28, 1939; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth787713/: accessed April 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting City of Grapevine.