NY Times 8/11/1905
MR. GRANT'S P0CKETB00K. William Mayrose Was the Honest Riveter Who Recovered It. William Mayrose of Seventeenth Avenue and Fifty-eighth Fifty-eighth Fifty-eighth Street. Brooklyn, was the riveter who found the rich wallet lost ikvii. i -.,, -.,, ih. e. r - a Twenty-third Twenty-third Twenty-third Street crosstown car on July 7, ino4. at the Twenty-third Twenty-third Twenty-third Street station of the Sixth Avenue Elevated Railroad, Tuesday morning. He told the story yesterday. Mayrose said that While tearing down advertising signs to make ready for painters he heard the wallet fall. It was time-worn, time-worn, time-worn, and he thought it had been tossed there as rubbish, but on examining It In the porter's closet he found li5 In bills, the draft 'for i'l.onn, and rirst-class rirst-class rirst-class excursion tickets for five to Europe on the ship on which Mr. Grant sailed that day. only to discover his loss after the vessel wus well on her way. Mayrose Is thirty-six thirty-six thirty-six years old and has a wife, six children, snd a fine record with the road. " Well. I suppose I can use it," he said when Mr. Grant's promise of a substantial substantial reward was mentioned. Mr. Grant wus still in Hosion yesieraay.