Lot of two )2). Bill of lading , 7 x 8 ½, 1878, Yuma A.T. David Neahr was a pioneer freighter in Arizona Territory. Besides being instrumental in building the Yuma Prison, he headed a General Commission and Forwarding, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in General Merchandise. He also worked for L. M. Jacobs & Company in Tucson as their agent in Yuma, transferring goods from Yuma to Tucson.
Bill of lading for A. Decker to be delivered at Haydens Ferry. (Hayden’s Ferry, situated in present day Temp,, was established in 1871, when the Salt River was a flowing stream and a barrier to travel the ferry was held on course by a wire cable taut across the river. It was an important link in settling the southwest. Built and operated by Charles Trumbull Hayden who established the first flour mill in the Salt River Valley). Diagonal crease b/l corner, exhibits some use and wear, overall VG – Fine condition
Pima County Check, Tucson, Arizona 1888. Pay to the order of David Neahr, Signed on back. Small repaired tear rt edge, light diagonal crease b/r corner, o/w VG- fine condition.
Lot of two. (az 678)
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