You never know what you'll find just lying or blowing around the streets of Boston. Take this thank-you note, written by Toni Peabody, or, as she was known more formally back in the day, Mrs. Endicott Peabody (or perhaps even Mrs. Endicott "Chub" Peabody), i.e., she was married to the governor of the Commonwealth.
Radiomancy Museum reports:
I walk around Boston, like... a lot. As such I see and find many treasures scattered among the trash strewn streets: metal money, paper money, lighters, toys... but this is my most interesting find so far, a signed letter from the governor’s wife from 1963.
And where was this?
Mass Ave by Symphony Hall, just sitting there on the sidewalk. Gold stamped state crest caught my eye...