Correspondence between investment banker Henry Lee Higginson and officers of the Union Cattle Company of Cheyenne, Wyoming,
concerning mutual investments and the cattle industry.
Brothers Thomas and Frank Sturgis were New York investors. Thomas and another brother, William Sturgis, moved from New York
to Wyoming in 1873, and founded the Northwestern Cattle Company, later the Union Cattle Company. Henry Lee Higginson was a
prominent Boston businessman and investment banker working with Boston firm Lee, Higginson & Co.
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