[AAEH] Oak Secretary

I am just looking for information. I would like to know if anyone can
identify this item and tell me approximately what it is worth. I have no
desire to sell it because it has sentimental value to me and our family.

My grandmother bought this Oak Secretary in about 1915 for a little of
nothing.. She said it was painted an ugly brown color. She scrapped the
paint off, sanded it and varnished it with clear varnish.

Granny and Granddad kept a cheap set of encyclopedias and some old Zane Grey
and a few other books in the bookcase. I spent many an hour browsing through
the encyclopedias and reading the books.

I have a few other mementos from my parents and grandparents that I will
post photos of later. 

Jerry Blackerby

"Today, we need a nation of minutemen, who are not only prepared to take arms, but citizens who regard the preservation of freedom as the basic purpose of their daily lives, and who are willing to consciously work and sacrifice for that freedom." - John F. Kennedy

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