|Title||Advertisements for A.G. Carlisle: Funeral Director|
|Collection||Montgomery County Manuscripts|
|Scope & Content||
Carlisle, A. G., Funeral Director and Embalmer, Gaithersburg, MD
Receipt dtd 06 Mar 1915; ditto, undated
Envelope dtd 1915 to Mrs. John Brunett, MD
Note: it's not clear if these are all related items (that is, all donated at once) - it seems possible. the postmark on the envelope might say March 8 1915? which could tie it to the receipt.
Envelope: opened, contents removed. Typed address: Mrs. John Brunett, Rockville, Md. printed return address: "Return oafter 5 days to… A.G. Carlisle , Funeral Director and Embalmer …Dealer in… Furniture, Carpets, Etc. Gaithersburg, Md. 2 cent stamp, postmarked Gaithersburg [March] 8 1915.
Receipts: identical, except that one has a typed date and the other is blank. Pre-printed slips (are they receipts? Or what?) "Office of ~ A.G. Carlisle, Funeral Director and Embalmer. Dealer in Furniture, Carpets and a Complete Line of House Furnishings. Telephone Call, 12-R. Gaithersburg, Md., Mar. 6th 1915"
Advertisement: clipped from a newspaper, probably the Sentinel. (Reverse includes ad for the Third Annual Colesville Horse and Colt Show, August 12, 1914, at the Benton G. Ray farm; and remedies available at Vinson's Pharmacy.) "A.G. Carlisle, Funeral Director and Embalmer, Gaithersburg, Md. Everything First-Class, and on the most reasonable terms. White Hearse For young people and children. Complete Line of Caskets Coffins, Robes and Wrappers. Metallic Grave Vaults and all other Funeral requisites carried in stock. All calls answered promptly night or day. Carriages Furnished. Mar 18. Telephone call 12-3."
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Brunett, John L.
Vinson, Robert William