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Found in 539 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten and signed manuscript describing the travels of the author by sea from Philadelphia to San Francisco in 1853. The account includes the author's experiences crossing Panama, traveling aboard the S. S. Lewis, and being shipwrecked and rescued twenty miles north of San Francisco.
Handwritten act of the Georgia legislature to incorporate the Bank of St. Mary's. The item presents the terms of the establishing of the banking corporation. The manuscript is a "true copy of the original act" and was hand reproduced by J.W.A. Sanford, a secretary. Apparently, Sanford duplicated on the document the signatures of Joseph Day, Speaker of the House of Representatives; Robert M. Echols, President of the Senat; and by William Schley, Governor.
Contains flyers, reports, periodicals, speeches, newspaper clippings, photos, and biographical and genealogical information on Alexander Hedquist (including family group records on each of his three marriages). Materials produced during and related to his time as a pharmacist and banker/president of Farmers and Merchants Bank in Provo, Utah. Materials dated 1932-2009, bulk 1932-1965.
Includes a life sketch of Harold Harper Holmes' mother, and other materials, such as legal documents, certificates, and correspondence relating to Harold Harper Holmes parents. There is also a scrapbook that belonged to Alexander Ross Holmes.
Printed documents with ms. notations. The 1918 amendment changes the name from Ogden, Logan & Idaho Railroad Company to Utah Idaho Central Railroad Company and the 1923 document amends Article IX concerning the Board of Directors. Both documents were filed by the Weber County, Utah Clerk.