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Old 05-19-2017, 09:02 AM
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That was a cool read. Thanks for posting.
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Interesting stuff David. Congrats on winning the lot.
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Yes, I am glad he (hey David) won it too. It was a fight to the end!!
He has far more energy than I do and they went to a good home. Now, if this would have been Burdick letters we might still be bidding!!

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Yes, I am glad he (hey David) won it too. It was a fight to the end!!
He has far more energy than I do and they went to a good home. Now, if this would have been Burdick letters we might still be bidding!!
Thanks, Leon. If there were some Burdick letters, I think you would probably be able to outbid me, but you never know. I have one Burdick autograph, in this inscription of his "Handbook of Detroit Publishing Co. Post Cards" to Fanny Troyer. Looks like it could have been written yesterday.

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