Veterans law services, Biddeford-Saco, 1864

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Advertisement for law services for veterans provided by Edward Eastman of Saco. He had offices on Factory Island, and was the namesake of Eastman Park in Saco. The advertisement reads: "ARREARS AND BACK PAY. $100 Bounty to those who have served two years, or been wounded in battle--and to widows and heirs. Pensions to Invalid Soldiers and Seamen--also to widows and dependent mothers, and orphan sisters, and children under sixteen. I have unusual facilities for prosecuting the above claims promptly and cheaply. Have already made a large number of applications, and with uniform success. No pay required in case of failure. Address personally, or by letter stating particulars, EDWARD EASTMAN, Saco, Maine."

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  • Title: Veterans law services, Biddeford-Saco, 1864
  • Creator: Edward Eastman
  • Creation Date: 1864
  • Subject Date: 1864
  • Location: Saco, York County, ME
  • Media: Ink on paper
  • Collection: Archival Collections

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