H I S T O R Y
The collection consists of four folders of material. Host
of the l e t t e r s are taritten t o Jonathan S. h k h c l d e r , who
lived in Smithville, Ohio, Wayne Do. Hia business trans-actions
( he held interest i n a brewery i n Smithville) in
both land and the breaery are revealed i n the l e t t e r s in
Other letters are m i t t e n to Burkholder from his many rela-tives
in the west:
his nieoe, Catharine S. King, i n Topland, Kansasj
his nephew. Ezra Xing, i n Topland, Kansas3
S. D. Burkholder i n Gaylord, Kansas;
his s i s t e r Nancy Harttler;
Burkholder, born ca. 1828, was the son of John B. Burkholder.
The collection i s i n one box ( four folders):
1) Letters Uarch 3, 1869 - Sept. 30, 1874
2) Letters Feb. 11, 1885 - Aug. 5, 1900
S) Letters written in German ( 1864 - 1896)
4) Niso. b i l l s of sale, receipts, and pocket aocount
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