Document: dbr010 [view transcript]
Letter: Macon, Georgia to Charles Henry Douglass, Macon, Georgia, 1912 Mar. 8
author: Clark, R. A.
extent:  p.
date: March 8, 1912
summary: Letter from R. A. Clark, Macon plaster contractor and part of R. E. Clark & Son, to Charles Henry Douglass, African American entrepreneur and owner of the Douglass Theater, dated March 8, 1912, presenting a list of ornaments Clark agrees to furnish for the Douglass Theatre on Fourth Street (now Broadway), valued at one hundred dollars. R. E. Clark & Son provided the plasterwork for Macon's Saint Joseph's Catholic Church.
repository: Middle Georgia Archives
collection: Charles Henry Douglass business records
Page:  [view image]
[Note: This document contains typewritten, handwritten, and printed text.]
Reference. Macon Architects and Contractors
MACON, GA. [GEORGIA]] [typewritten text: Mar. [March] 8, 1912.
I hereby agree to furnish ornaments for Picture Theatre on Fourth St. [Street], as follows: --
For the sum of] [written text: One Hundred Dollars $1,0000]
[typewritten text: Yours truly,]
[Signed] [written text: R. A. Clark]
Accepted. [written text: 4 [unclear text: lights]]