|Title:||Binder; Bonneauville Specific Items. Simon/Anna Kuhn Collection.|
2018-14-13a: Letter; H. J. Sneeringer, Justice of the Peace, Bonneauville, Pa. January 3rd, 1911 – To Miss Mary Bievenour, Hanover, Pa. Re: Family farm deed issues.
2018-14-13b: Mass card for Mrs. Annie Kuhn, St. Joseph’s Church, Bonneauville, Pa. Signed by Rev. Krichten.
2018-14-13c: Religious card; “Remembrance of the Holy Mission, Conducted by the Precious Blood Fathers Rev. Joseph S. Raible. C. P. P. S. At St. Joseph’s Church, Bonneauville, Pa., November 28th, 1943.” “Save Your Soul…”
2018-14-13d: Mission booklet; “Sunday, Nov. 28th, 1943, The Precious Blood Father Rev. Joseph S. Raible. C. P. P. S. Will open a One Week Mission in St. Joseph’s Church, Bonneauville, Pa."
2018-14-13e: Receipt; “George Kuhn, Bonneauville, RD5. Dated Dec. 2, 1945.
2018-14-13f: Receipt for 4100# Nut Coal. Geo. Kuhn, Bonneauville, Pa.
2018-14-13g: Personal letter to Miss Mary Bevenour. Postmarked Gettysburg, Bonneauville Rural Station, Feb. 7, p.m., 1911”.
2018-14-13h: WWII letter from Simon A. Sanders to Simon Kuhn, dated July 1, 1944. In this well-natured letter sent by Pvt. Sanders from overseas, he reminisces about the cold beer at the Grey Goose Inn in Bonneauville, and hints at his preference for whether he would like to be in Italy or Bonneauville during wartime.
2018-14-13i: “In Loving Memory” mass card. From Annie Kuhn, to; “School Children, Sisters of Saint Joseph.” Signed by Rev. Leo Krichten
2018-14-13j: A July 14, 1914 page from an old “Farm Bell Fertilizer” calendar notes that on July 11th : “Jacob Murren kicked by a horse.” On July 12th he was “operated on”. On the 14 Mr. Murren “died”, and on July 18th his “funeral” was held.
2018-14-13k: Pocket size advertising note book from Hanover Bone Fertilizer Co., Ltd. Penned at the top of the first page is: Casper Myers (once of Maple St. Bonneauville, PA.)
The notebook was published in 1897 by Record Publishing Co. of Hanover, PA. At the back of the book is listed, the names of farmers who use Hanover Bone Fertilizer Co. products. Their patrons from surrounding towns are listed. In 1897 farmers in and around Bonneauville included:
L. C. Myers (Agent)
J. T. Myers
James A. Biehl
Peter K. Smith
W. H. Sheeley
Dr. A. Noel
Wm. H. Fink
Sylvester Rickrode, and
Note: The spellings of a few of the above names are not consistent with Bonneauville documents and maps of the time period in which this book was printed.