Economics and Banking
Found in 183 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Photocopies of a handwritten and signed "testimony" and a handwritten and signed financial note. The testimony describes a transaction of money for certain lots owned by Boggs. The note is a promise by Boggs to pay William Smith a sum of money.
Contains receipts, bills, letters, a biography, and family history records of William F. Buck. The letters document family and personal life of the Buck families as well as the busineses that William F. Buck was involved with.
Handwritten and typewritten letters with three receipts. Each item is signed by Angus Cannon. The letters are addressed to John M. Cannon. Angus writes largely about business and personal metters.
Typewritten and signed letters. Three of the items are addressed to Frank's cousin, John M. Cannon, and one is addressed to D. B. Richards. Frank Cannon writes of business activities and transactions.
Handwritten and signed letter, dated October 18, 1864, and addressed to Charles S. Kintzing of St. Louis, Missouri. Carter writes about bank drafts written by John Sharp.
A receipt for $8.75 from William Alexander Carter of Fort Bridger, Wyoming, paid "in full of account to date," signed by Williams Brothers, Morgan City, Utah, dated September 3, 1880.