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Engraved letterhead of "The Semloh" hotel, Salt Lake City, dated December 9, 1921. To an unnamed associate in Hawthorne, Nevada, enclosing a check and discussing the payment of taxes due on some properties in Idaho and Nevada, including Rawhide, and touting a new project "in Idaho that is a cinch", the "Big Gold" mine, "the stock is sure to go up". "I often think of old Hawthorne (county seat of Mineral County, Nevada - Grutt had served there as sheriff) and the pleasant years I spent there. I am coming back next summer for awhile at least...Regards to my friends in the Court House." Eugene Grutt came early to Rawhide and had a big part in the development of the town and major stakes in several mines. With a carbon of his associate's typed response, five lines, and "Everybody here about the same as usual". Three pages on three sheets, plus one page carbon. In Fine condition.
Title: Autograph Letter, Signed, regarding Rawhide, Nevada and other mines.
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Seller ID: [nevadamining,rawhide]eugenegrutt.135engravedlet