Gibson Prewar Letters and Letterheads
The above letter is signed by Ethel S. Peapples, a Gibson Stenographer in 1926, according to Spann's Guide To Gibson 1902-1941. Interestinglty, the name above Ethel's is Thomas Peacock, a Gibson Salesman from the 1930's. Click Gibson Agents/Teachers to see his actual business card.
May 15, 1930 Gibson Letter With Documents
August 1935 Letter with Promos
Rare envelope used to ship prewar Gibson Catalogs. The October 1, 1940 pricesheet and supplement to Catalog AA would have been shipped in an envelope very similar to this, just a year earlier. To see more prewar pricesheets, please click Gibson Prewar Price Lists or click Gibson Catalogs to see the collection of prewar catalogs.