Nice cover. This is very likely the biography of the personality named as addressee:
History of Ontario Co, NY, Conover & Aldrich, pub 1893, pg 128 - 129
NORTON, Theodore M., Victor, was born in the town of Ogden, April 4, 1839. He was educated in the public schools and Macedon Academy, and has been a contractor and builder, also has conducted a lumber and coal trade until his partner, John J. SNDYER, died in 1889. He then sold out the business to Loomis & Woodworth. He married twice, first on March 30, 1865, Chloe, daughter of Calvin and Perces PAYNE. She was a member of one of the oldest families of the town of Farmington, and they had one daughter, Hollis E. Mrs. NORTON died June 19, 1884, and he married second, December 14, 1886, Mrs. Minerva SNYDER, daughter of George JOHNSON, formerly of Montgomery county. They had two children: Everett J. and M. Marie. Mrs. NORTON had four children by her first marriage: Catherine J., who died at the age of 13 years; Anna E., George J. and Jennie E. SNYDER. Mr. NORTON is a member of Milnor Lodge No. 139 F. & A. M., and Newark Chapter No. 117 R. A. M., is also one of the trustees of the Cemetery Association, and has been justice of the peace for 10 years. His grandfather, Eber, was born at Goshen, Conn., and came to East Bloomfield about the year 1787. Mr. NORTON's father, Alfred, was his youngest son, was born in that town in 1799, and married Emeline DEMING, daughter of the late Simeon DEMING, of Stockbridge, Mass. Mrs. NORTON is a member of the Universalist church, and he of the society.