- Consumers League of Michigan correspondence envelope
- Mueller, Frances E.
- Matching stationery envelope. Imprinted on front in the upper right corner: a circle with a silhouette of man facing left; the words "United States Postage" flow around the upper part of the circle; below is the word "cents" with "1 1/2" to the left and right of it, to denote cost. There is a green one-cent stamp with an image of George Washington, and a brown-tone one-cent stamp with an image of Nathan Hale. There is a cancellation stamp that runs across the three postage stamps. Handwritten on front: "Mrs. Gertrude Tolbert", "956 Melbourne", "Detroit, Mich." Damage: The envelope was opened from the top creating rips; a stain is along the right edge of the envelope, from top to bottom.
- 1 envelope ; 4.25 x 9.5 in.
- Housewives League of Detroit Collection-Box 1
- This item has three files: the front is filename hldlt045p1, the back is filename hldlt045p2, the envelope is filename hldlt045p3
- Reproduction of document from the Burton Historical Collection
- Housewives League of Detroit
- Consumer protection--Citizen participation
- African American women--Michigan--Detroit
- African American women--Societies and clubs
- African American business
- African Americans--Economic conditions
- Envelopes (Stationery)
- Date Digitized
- This file is derived from a 400 dpi, 24-bit color uncompressed TIFF image, scanned from the original using Epson Expression 1680 and 1640 XL scanners
- JPEG, 72 dpi, 600 pixels on long edge
- Physical rights are retained by DPL. Copyright is retained in accordance with U.S. copyright laws.
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