Letter from Sapphire, North Carolina sent May 12, 1934.

Letter to Nantahala Power and Light from Sapphire, North Carolina sent May 12, 1934. The letter states that the sender read an article about business being extended to Fairfield and he lives four miles away. He asks if the line could be extended and inquires about the cost of power.

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