Economics and Banking
Found in 180 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Discussion and casual lecture by Blaine Anderson, BYU Credit Union employee, to the Brigham Young University faculty concerning the Credit Union--its purpose and services.
Binder containing handwritten and typed research notes on check transactions in banks in Logan, Provo, Ogden, and Salt Lake City, Utah. Also included is information on the Federal Reserve, national banks, and miscellaneous papers pertinent to the research. Some documents reflect business conditions in 1937.
A typed note from the Blackbird Copper-Gold Mining Company, Salt Lake City, Utah, promising to pay John E. Du Bois $1,500. It is signed by the treasurer, Charles J. North, and company president P. A. H. Franklin, and dated October 15, 1900. Includes a fifty cent and twenty-five cent stamp.