H&FRHS Catalog ID18.05.01
Date or PeriodFebruary 24, 1924
John J. Snyder
Credit LineAlex Postpischil
Dimensions8.5" x 11"
Storage LocationBinder 3 (Correspondence / Company Records)
This letter of non-company nature was written on Potomac Public Service Company letterhead some time after the company had been renamed to Potomac Edison. The letterhead is in fair shape. The letter itself is written by a Mr. John J. Snyder of Frederick to an unknown individual asking whether it is possible to make Gin and grain alcohol without the use of a still. The letter was written in 1924 during Prohibition.