[On stationery from Consolidated Implement Co. including cut outs pasted over old stationery]
ERASTUS SNOW, Prest. BARNARD WHITE, Vice Prest. F. R. SNOW, Secty & Treas
[Erastus Snow 1818-1888] [Franklin Richards Snow 1854-1942]
CONSOLIDATED IMPLEMENT CO.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
Cooper Freight and Farm Wagons,
[ ? ] Spring Wagons and Porter Road Carts
[J. L. Case] and canton Clipper Steel and Chilled Plows,
[McCor]mick Steel Mowers and Harvesters.
[ ? ] Shepard Threshers, Engines & Saw Mills,
[ ? ] Well Boring Machinery
[ ? ]aye Cos and Clarks Fine Buggies
Complete Stock of Hardwoods,
[Famous and] Gazelle Hay Rakes, Monitor Hay Presses
ERASTUS SNOW [Erastus Snow 1818-1888].
MOSES TATCHER. [sic] [Elder Moses Thatcher 1842-1909]
W. B. PRESTON.
F. R. SNOW. [Franklin Richards Snow 1854-1942]
W. W. BURTON.
G. A. SNOW, Gen'l Manager.
[George Albert Snow, b. 1863]
SNOW, HOLBROOKE & CO.
Salt Lake City.
ZIONS BOARD OF TRADE.
BURTON, HERRICK & WHITE,
SOUTHERN FORWARDING CO.
OGDEN, LOGAN, MILFORD.
Salt Lake City, Utah Jan. 23, 1889. [Wednesday 23 Jan 1889]
Mrs. Elizabeth R. Snow, [Elizabeth Rebecca Ashby Snow 1831-1915]
Dear Sister :--
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of Consolidated Implement Co., held 22d inst. [Tuesday 22 Jan 1889], the following resolutions were adopted, and ordered placed upon the minutes, and a copy sent to the family of the deceased therein named.
Whereas, Alwise [All Wise] Providence has seen fit to remove, by death, from oue [our] midst, Erastus Snow, our esteemed President of the Consolidated Implement Co., and that, while we, the Board of Directors and Stock Holders of said Institution, feel sensibly the great loss that we have sustained in the death of so able a President, and so wise a councellor [counselor]; in the bereavement, we bow, in humble submission to the Divine Will; and be it further resolved that we sincerely sympathize and condole with the bereaved family of our beloved President, friend, and earnest co-laborer, in whom we recognized ability rarely equalled [equaled], and unsurpassed integrity of purpose.”
Consolidated Implement Co.,
By F. R. Snow Secretary [Franklin Richards Snow 1854-1942]