"GREENWICH, SEPT. 10, 1875. DEAR SIR: ALLOW ME TO INVITE YOUR CONSIDERATION OF THE FACT, THAT JUST NOW IS AN ESPECIALLY FAVORABLE TIME FOR SECURING FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENTS IN IOWA, AT TEN PER CENT INTEREST. IT IS A PRETTY GENERALLY UNDERSTOOD AND ADMITTED FACT, THAT THE STATE OF IOWA IS NOW, AND FOR THE PAST TWO OR THREE YEARS HAS BEEN, THE VERY BEST FIELD IN THE COUNTRY IN WHICH TO MAKE INVESTMENTS ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY... VERY RESPECTFULLY, GEO. E. DORR."
Greenwich [NY]: 1875. Broadside, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2". Attractive green typescript. Light horizontal folds, Near Fine.
George Dorr lived in Greenwich, New York. Contemporary accounts list him as a "manufacturer," and a principal in the Ondawa Paper Company and Ondawa Mill. George is ready to help his customers invest in mortgages on Iowa real estate at good rates of return. Item #33018