Economics and Banking
Found in 183 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains accounts, receipts, statements, day books, and other business records of the Scipio, Utah Cooperative between 1869 and 1932.
Materials include a letter from J.H. Sherman in Carthage, Illinois, to Smith Tuttle in Fair Haven, Connecticut. The letter is primarily regarding Sherman paying taxes on Tuttle's property in Nauvoo and Commerce, Illinois, including some for property he owned on Joseph Smith's Addition in Nauvoo. Dated November 19, 1847.
Handwritten land indentures between Shoebridge and others dated November 20, 1884. Also included is a land indenture between Shoebridge and others dated March 14, 1890. The first indenture records sale of property located in Provo, Utah, for $2916.50. The second records the sale of property in Provo, Utah, for $1.
Typewritten and signed letters dated 20 June and 17 Aug. 1923. The items are addressed to Joseph W. Smith and are signed by the Mormon Church leaders, Melvin J. Ballard and John A. Widtsoe. The letters deal primarily with business matters.
Photocopies of typed and signed promissory notes dated October 1895 and March 1898. The notes are directed to the Commercial National Bank of Salt Lake City, Utah, and to Zion's Savings Bank and Trust Company. The items were signed by prominent Mormon Church officials including apostles and presidents of that religion.
Typewritten and signed letters dated 17 May and 5 June 1916. The items are addressed respectively to Frank Cannon and John M. Cannon both of Salt Lake City, Utah. Strain writes concerning the Ruby Valley Land Company. Strain wants to know the strength of the company and the outlook for its succes. Apparently, the company was established with the intention of attracting Mormon settlers.
Handwritten extracts of minutes of meetings of the Tenth Ward Lumber and Building Association. The item is addressed to attorneys Ferguson and Cannon and requests arbitration in a land dispute between the Tenth Ward Lumber and Building Association and the Tenth Ward Cooperative Mercantile Industries. The item was transcribed by Rodney Hillam, Jr. (1870- ), Secretary for the Tenth Ward Lumber and Building Association.