Letter sent from M.P. Courser to Ira Colby from the San Juan Hotel dated January 12, 1888, along with stamped envelope addressed to Ira Colby, Claremount N.H. M.P. Courser was the proprietor of the San Juan Hotel, Orlando, Florida and Ira Colby was a lawyer in Claremont N.H. who was possibly retained by M.P. Courser. The body of the letter refers to a lawsuit brought by a Mr. Flagg, which has been dropped. The postscript notifies Mr. Colby that the San Juan has opened for business. The letter head and envelope have graphic images and information about the San Juan hotel.
Courser, M.P. -- Letters.; Colby, Ira -- Letters.
Courser, M.P.; Colby, Ira.
Letter with envelope
Number of Pages
4 pages (4 digital pages)
letter: 23 x 15 cm.- envelope: 9 x 16 cm.
Call Number / ID #
Tourism -- Hotels
Orange County Regional History Center
Orlando (Fla.); Claremont (N.H.)
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Tourism and Hotels
Courser, M. P., "San Juan Hotel letter from MP Courser to Ira Colby" (1888). Text Materials of Central Florida. 485.