|Title||M. P. Courser Letter|
|Scope & Content||
The letter is from the proprietor of the San Juan Hotel, M. P. Courser to Ira Colby, a lawyer, from Claremont, New Hampshire.
The body of the letter refers to a lawsuit brought on by a Mr. Flagg that has been dropped and will require no further attention. Of more significance, however, is the postscript, notifying Mr. Colby that the San Juan has opened for business. He expects that they "should do a good business" and remarks that, despite the fact that it's January, "it is nice weather here like summer".
|Dates of Creation||January 12, 1888|
Courser, M. P.
San Juan Hotel