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Catalog Number 8073-165
Title Envelope, Nebraska Printing Company
Object Name Envelope
Description White envelope featuring an advertisement for the Nebraska Printing Company. The envelope is postmarked July 7, 1909 and addressed to Richard Tanner. Above this is an image of a carbon copy notepad printed in red. The envelope also has a brown, ten cent stamp featuring Daniel Webster from the 1902 series. Along the bottom edge are the words, "LOOSE LEAF DEVICES, BLANK BOOKS AND OFFICE STATIONARY".
Date 1909
Material Paper, Ink
Made Lincoln Printing Company
Place of Origin USA: Nebraska, (Lancaster) Lincoln
Makers mark "Nebraska Printing Company 316-318-320-322 S. 12th St. LINCOLN, NEB."
Height (in) 3.625
Width (in) 6.5
People Tanner, Richard Jerome, 1869-1943
History Dr. Richard Tanner was also known as "Diamond Dick," who lived from 1869-1943 and enjoyed a career as a showman in wild west shows.

http://www.nebraskahistory.org/publish/publicat/timeline/diamond-dick-tanner.htm
Credit line Dr. Richard Tanner (Heirs), Norfolk (Madison), Nebraska
Collection Tanner, Dr. Richard