Letter from Benjamin F. Bunker to Samuel B. Reed, July 27, 1866

In this letter from July 27, 1866, Benjamin F. Bunker writes to Samuel Reed regarding payment for a railroad ticket for a Mr. A.B. Clemons, who was returning to work in Omaha. He requests that Reed charge Mr. Clemons' account $45.99 for the ticket, deduct that amount on his first pay day, and credit the same amount to Assistant Treasurer H.C. Crane.

Union Pacific Rail Road Co.
Secretary's Office,
20 Nassau St.

S.B. Reed Eq

Dear Sir

I have this day furnished Mr. A.B. Clemons with ticket to St. Joseph on his way to Omaha. He returns to work. You will please charge his account with $45 95/100 being amount paid for said ticket, and deduct same on first pay day, and credit same to [ap] H.C. Crane asst Treas.

Yours truly
Benj F. Bunker Asst [Sec.]

About this Document

  • Source: Letter from Benjamin F. Bunker to Samuel B. Reed
  • Extent: 1 page
  • Citation: Special Collections, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa, Papers of Levi O. Leonard, Box 26, Folder: "Samuel Benedict Reed Correspondence: 1866"
  • Date: July 27, 1866