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Finley's grandson speaks about efforts made to procure a charter for the Lafayette Division of the Sons of Temperance. He then asks Finley to go into a partnership with him (put up $100.00) in a hat and cap business he wants to establish. He assures Finley as to the soundness of his investment and agrees to buy out his share, if after a trial Finley is tired of it. Abstract Number - 283
General Ministry; Finley Family Letters -- Grandson; Finley Financial Affairs; Temperance
Brooke, C.F., "Letter from C.F. Brooke to James B. Finley" (1846). Finley Letters. 281.