This is a illustrated letter head from the now closed flour mill "The Robinson Milling Company, Salina Kansas" from December 9, 1920. The illustration is of their warehouse and grain elevators located on the corner of 9th, and North Street Salina Kansas. There are also two illustrated automobile, and two train cars. On either side of that main illustration are representations of two of their products. "Robin's Best Flour" which has a drawing of a bird on a branch, and "Betty Jane Flour" which has a girl swinging on a swing, attached to a tree branch. In visible light, the watermark on the paper can not be seen. But if it is held up to the light, it shows the words "Public Service Bond" and a number. I also included a photograph that I took of the same location on June 01, 2015. Nearly 95 years after this letter was dated.