Private Collection of the Sutherlin Family - 14 Matching Results

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[Auction Announcement for Sutherlin Jewelers]

Description: News clipping announcing an auction at Sutherlin Jewelers. It includes a small article on Edgar B. Sutherlin's retirement, and lays out all items that are for sale.
Date: February 25, 1954

[Clipping: Forced Sale!]

Description: Newspaper clipping advertising a forced sale at Sutherlin Jewelers due to renovations. It lists the items up for sale, and the other services offered.
Date: unknown

[Clipping: Hackberry Oil Test Comes In]

Description: Newspaper clipping concerning the drilling of an oil well near Port Arthur, Texas. As a stockholder, Edgar B. Sutherlin speaks about the production of the well.
Date: unknown

[Clipping: Plates renew memories of early PA, E.B. Sutherlin]

Description: Newspaper article about plates presented to the Port Arthur Historical Museum by James E. Sutherlin, Maureen McElroy, and Waneta Bowman. The article goes on to talk about Edgar B. Sutherlin's practice of exchanging foreign money for American dollars for sailors who came in to Port Arthur, as well as his tendency to buy them meals. The clipping is mounted on a piece of blue paper and laminated.
Date: October 25, 1981
Creator: Reeburgh, Helen

[Clipping: Sutherlin Moves to New Quarters]

Description: Newspaper clipping concerning the moving of Edgar B. Sutherlin's jeweler's store to larger quarters, as well as the street clock Sutherlin had installed at his place of business.
Date: unknown

[News Clippings: Deaths of Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Dodd]

Description: Two news clippings concerning the deaths of women of the Sutherlin family. The clipping on the left concerns the death of Mrs. Lydia J. Edwards, who was asphyxiated due to gas fumes in 1920. The second clipping gives an overview of the death and funeral services of Mrs. Christie Dodd in 1902.
Date: {1902,1920-11-12}

[Retirement Announcement]

Description: Advertisement announcing that Edgar B. Sutherlin is retiring, and that Southerlin Jewelers is closing. It reads: "Believe it or not... it's true - Two old men are going out of Business, John says, he will continue with his watchwork. "After 41 years in Port Arthur, I have been advised by the Doctors to rest, as I have had three strokes." Everything must be sold at 50% and All Music and Luggage at 25% and Less. Watches and Diamonds at Half Price! Even the fixtures are for sale as arranged ... Everything must go by March 31st, as I must give possession of this room by that date. E. B. Sutherlin. Southerlin Jewelers, 520 Procter. Dial 5-5221."
Date: February 16, 1955
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