Thanks to RichA.
It looks like there was a similar thread in Dec. 2019 by Toddeo. Background on the scope can be found there.
This scope was located in Newnan, GA. The store is: Recycling The Past Antiques, LLC. 107 Jefferson St., 30263.
I have no financial interest in the store and live on the other side of Atlanta so I can't pop in to take more pictures.
The scope is a 60mm x 1000mm refractor. It is on a wooden alt-az tripod which may need adjustment or a screw but seems to be in good condition.I have four pictures, taken with my phone camera. I was about to run off for a dentist appointment so I apologize for not getting the best shots.
The focus wheel is stiff but smooth. I uncovered the objective and it seems clear and without any mold or bacteria spiders. I didn't notice if the objective is a single lens or multiple. The view down the tube looks round and symmetrical. The tube is .965".
There is a wooden box included which has at least three H eyepieces - 9mm, 6mm, 2.5mm and there may be a fourth in the diagonal, which was separate. There may be a Barlowe tube. There was a Sun filter. There is a small finder scope, which had a clear view and cross hairs.
There is a letter from the Yerkes Observatory, in reply to an inquiry by the addressee, which says that they can't correspond with the public but can sell them books. There is a book list of current topics for astronomers. One of the lists mentions the observatory's hours (no nights open to the public) and tours. The postmark and dates are from the Sixties.
I have no information about the previous owner, whose scope is a long way from Pennsylvania.
I have tried to make this accurate - I caught the spell-checker changing the e-mail and some words. I told the owner about this group but he may be slow to reach out, so I told him I would post his contact info.
Here are some pictures:
Whoops, I can only load 640x480 copies. The originals were 12Mp. Here is the first one.