Loon Lake House; Adirondack Mountains; Loon Lake, N.Y., Franklin County; What impression do you receive when someone solicits your business on a cheap heading? It is the same sort of antagonism that you feel when approached by a salesman obviously careless of his appearance. You may avoid all risk of creating such an impression -- in fact you will create a positive attraction and good will in the minds of your prospects and customers by using a real letterhead. Woodbury and Co., Inc., Worcester, Mass.; Letterhead contains an image of an aerial view of the hamlet of Loon Lake, situated at the shore of Loon Lake; and a small crest containing 2 loons facing each other, they are swimming, underneath is a pine tree; a loon stands on top of the crest
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