|Creator:||United States. Post Office Dept. -- Correspondence|
|Title:||John F. Gilbert acceptance as mail carrier|
|Abstract:||A form letter to John F. Gilbert of Ridgefield, Fairfield Co., Connecticut, from U.S. Post Office Department, accepting Gilbert's proposal "for conveying the United States mail from July 1, 1885 to June 30, 1889, on Massachusetts Route No. 3209, between North Rutland and Princeton Depot, at # [sic]154 a year." Rules and regulations are printed inside letter.|
John F. Gilbert acceptance as mail carrier. MS 865. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.