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    What would one pay for autographeed photos of Clement and John M. Studebaker?

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/CLEMENT-STU...O/162843787566
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/J-M-STUDEBA...O/352251390602

    I doubt whether either of them will sell but nonetheless interesting. I have them both so will not be bidding. The Clem is much more scarce than J.M. in that J.M. died in 1917 Clem in 1901.
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    If the "one" was me, I would pay about an equal amount to what he wants for shipping.
    Gary L.
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    Studebaker enthusiast much longer

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    That "Laundry Menu" is pretty weird, I wonder what that is all about?
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    I do have a couple of nice signatures by J M Studebaker. I also have a bereavement card for Clem Studebaker & J M Studebaker from the sad occasion re the passing of their brother Jacob in Chicago in 1887 at the young age of 42. He had been serving as secretary of Studebaker Bros Mfg Co at the time.DSC03484.jpg

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