Keister, Annie Edwards, 1867-1945 (correspondent), Edwards, Nora C. (correspondent), Edwards Skirt Supporter Company (associated name)
In a letter to her sister, Keister mentions a competing supporter and assures Edwards that the Edwards Skirt Supporter is a far superior product. She writes that she has not had time to sell the supporters that Edwards sent her, as she has been house hunting most of the week. Keister also mentions that she is sorry that Mattie, likely their sister Mattie Brown, has lost money selling her place, and Keister promises to send pictures of her children soon.
Edwards, Nora C. (correspondent), Edwards Skirt Supporter Company (associated name)
Personal letter from a friend of Nora Edwards, in which the writer describes a gold mine with which he or she is involved. The writer also comments on Edwards' business success and mentions mutual acquaintances.
Neuhart, Emil (correspondent), Edwards, Nora C. (correspondent), Edwards Skirt Supporter Company (associated name)
Neauhart, a patent attorney, updates Edwards on the patent reissue application and writes that a Mr. Dewey is interested in purchasing Edwards' patent. He encloses a copy of a letter from a Mrs. Amsley, who responds to the assertion that the skirt supporters she has been selling may be an infringement on Edwards' patent.
Also referred to as: Galveston, Harrisburg & San Antonio Station; Address: 1174 East Commerce Street; On verso: 'The Sunset Depot is the finest structure of its kind in the West. It was built by the Southern Pacific Company at San Antonio, and was opened July 31st, 1903. The exterior is Spanish Renaissance in style, while the interior represents a Mexican custom-house; a balcony extends around three sides and a broad stairway is on the fourth.'