Economics and Banking
Found in 183 Collections and/or Records:
Autograph book for the "Merchant Bank" of Provo, Utah. The items are apparently signatures by patrons of the bank. They often also include their towns of residence. These persons lived largely in Utah.
Handwritten and printed land deeds and property records from 1871 to 1913 for Sanpete County, Utah, bank notes from 1915 to 1925 for Uintah County, Utah, miscellaneous financial notes from 1872 to 1915, and a Manti Temple Boarding House agreement from 1882.
Handwritten letters dated 18 April 1837 and 3 March 1840. Mygatt writes just north of Kirtland, Ohio. In the 1837 letter he describes banking as making money. In the 1840 letter, he writes about the banking business as failing. These items present insights into the financial andbanking situation in Ohio about the time when the Mormons were there.
This collection contains the papers of the National Dividend Foundation, Inc. from 1974-1978 as the foundation tried to initiate the Nation Dividend Plan. Papers include materials discussing what the possible National Dividend Plan could do, including projected financial reports and articles published by both the National Dividend Foundation and other sources concerning national savings, tax reform, and welfare.
Business correspondence with Nibley's son Alex, who was vice-president of the Nibley Investment Company; a collection of birthday letters of Nibley's grandchildren; and also letters written by him before and during his activities as a missionary for the Mormon Church.
Contains speeches, articles, pamphlets, and magazines written by or about Reynolds I. Nowell on business and the economy. Some of the articles are also on agriculture. The collection also contains a few pamphlets that Reynolds took the photographs for, and usually the photographs were of a member of his extended family.