How you can get a Wisconsin farm
[Letter from R. S. Crowl to Mr. Theodore Macklin] PDF (288.0 KB)
-If/ 3,j') q - qtz 3 -ark~~S.SEY V. S. NORTON. VICE-PRES. National Land Colonizing Cc F. S. BRANDENBURG. SECY.-TREAS. A. C. WILDEMAN. A! C~±~ 1 IOMadisoWisconsmi °wie o o s a pil a ,onsm lans of colonizsbin off en the begioner a treat- es opportunity tha a t. S. Hometead. A amag de- 'o eo and. house. = so and Sock With no further payments for three yean. We we locabitg hundreds each year. To see the Land go to out eol- O=y oeais at LAdyoiuth nd Mouisee. Wisconstn No e bro7 9 2 Mr. Theodore Maeklin, Madison, Wisoonsin. Dear Sirt I am enclosing a copy of each of our four bulletins explaining our colonization operations in Marathon County. Inasmuch as you are a stockholder of this oompany, I thought that you might like to read over these bulletins. In case you ever meet a good industrious man who would like to have a farm of his own in Northern Wisconsin, and who might be a prospect for one of our farms, we would be very glad to have you give us his name and we will tojiow him up from this office. You will probably be interested in knowing that in October we not only did a larger volume of business than we had ever done in any previous October, but it was also the biggest month we ever had in the entire history of this company. Furthermore, November to date shows an increase in sales over any previous November in the history of this company. We are now negotiating for additional tracts of land, and if the present rate of sales continue, we expect to operate on a greatly increased scale next season. Very truly yours, NATIONAL LAND COLONIZING 30OMPANY, By President. MCsxACW RALPH S. CROWL, PRES W4, SST. SECV. i 1 November 27s 1922.
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