The first letter notes that they are "drawing on [Goldsmith]" for $2,250.00 for 25 shares as they could only get 25 shares according to the handwritten note at the botton. Plater also asks if Goldsmith is in the market for more stock. The second and third letter details fifty available shares of Dallas Mnfg. Co. stock at $87.50 per share and confirms Goldsmith's purchase of said shares.
Includes unsorted business papers from various banks, all accounts appearing to belong to B. L. Roberts. Includes Invoices, receipts and correspondence related to business generally or the selling of cotton.