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Letter from Charles E. Ellison to the "Hinton [Brothers]".

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Chas. E. Ellison Leaf Tobacco and Stems P. O. Box 487 Waynesboro, Virginia April, 12th, 1923. Messrs. Hinton Bros., Waynesboro, Va. Dear Sirs: I have a letter from my brother in Crozet, Va., J. M. Ellison, and he says that his Mountain orchard will have 2000 Bbls., of apples this year Pippins and Winesaps, as soon as you can let me know if you will go and see this property. I think it a big bargain, Yours very truly, CEE/M. Chas E Ellison We beleave 4 to 5 [craps?] apples will pay for the place & we beleave the Wood and Timber will 1/2 pay for it all above Frost