Economics and Banking
Found in 183 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten entries in cash ledgers and in a hotel register. Also included are handwritten notes and scriptural references. The financial records appear to have been created for the shoe store in Manti, Utah owned by John R. Nielson. The hotel register is for the Tuttle Hotel and includes autographs of many travelling theatrical and opera troupes. Also included are some correspondence and newspaper clippings in Danish.
Land indenture for the selling of land in Humber, Herefordshire, England, owned by William Caswall (the elder) to Herbert Walton and Richard Caswall. Signed by Herbert Walton and Richard Caswall. Dated May 14, 1680.
Typewritten and printed articles of agreement and incorporation, stock certificates, and a newspaper clipping. The items relate to the company. Several were signed by Albert Giles, apparently an official for the firm.
Contains newsletters to affiliates of the center. The newsletters pertain to recent activity and events of the center.
Contains newsletters and research reports from studies conducted by the center. The reports were conducted on Navajo small businesses, Utah businesses, and small businesses.
Financial account book of emigration for the Aalborg company of saints to Utah includes accounts payable and receivable on an individual basis. The account book has the name James H. Hart inscribed on the front fly page. The separate page has a "recapitulation list" on the reverse of the account page which is apparently an account of how many of the emigrants settled where in Utah.
Contains minute books, ledgers, balance books, cash books, blotter books, stock certificate books, and letter press books. The materials document operations of the First National Bank of Provo, the Provo Commercial and Savings Bank, and the Ogden State Bank. Collection includes stock certificates for John Taylor, Reed Smoot, Erastus Snow, George Q. Cannon, A. O. Smoot, and others. Also includes notes and letters of Reed Smoot, Warren Dusenberry, and others. 131 v.
Handwritten letters and one telegram, addressed to Jay S. Carpenter, with photocopies of the items. Colifax writes about the house in Indiana in which his family was living temporarily. In the letter of 2 Feb. 1873 Colifax writes about the Credit Mobilier of America.