As we all know, the legendary Ruth Hill collection is currently being sold by Heritage.
While browsing eBay the other day I came across this item: " 1940s Hill Hentschel Southern Printing Lithographic Ink Trades Scrapbook".
That was Adolph B. Hill Jr III’s ink company. The scrap book must have been assembled about the time Ruth was getting serious about notes. And we know it was her husband’s connection with sundry banks that helped get her hooked. Did he make and supply note/security printing inks among others?
The scrap book may interest an intrepid researcher.
Thanks. It's certainly a one-of-a-kind item and may well have some research value. There are several images of scrapbook pages on the eBay listing.