Letterhead, 10 ½ x 8 ½, from the office of J. Goldwater & Co. , Fairbank Arizona 1889. To the Cochise County Bank, along with oval stamp from the Cochise Conty Bank in Tombstone. Nice inset graphic for Anthony & Kuhn Brewing Co.
Fairbank is a ghost town in Cochise County, Arizona, next to the San Pedro River. First settled in 1881, Fairbank was the closest rail stop to nearby Tombstone, which made it an important location in the development of southeastern Arizona. The town was named for Chicago investor Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank who partially financed the railroad, and was the founder of the Grand Central Mining Company, which had an interest in the silver mines in Tombstone.
Original fold lines, exhibits some use and wear, a bit of chipping along rt edge, a few small pieces of conservation tape on back. Overall VG. az bh 410 275.
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SKU: az bh 410
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