Economics and Banking
Found in 183 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten German account book. The item demonstrates various forms of indebtedness of individuals to the city of Egenburg.
Handwritten German account book. The item deals with economic transactions in an unknown German location.
A typed letter signed by Heber J. Grant, and addressed to Clifford E. Young, while he was serving as the first bank manager of the Bank of American Fork. The letter encourages Young to read an accompanying book - probably The New Way to Net Profits, by Fred W. Shibley. The letter is dated May 13, 1929.
Handwritten account book. Green records his financial transactions relating to his farms in Windsor, Plymouth, and Cornish, Vermont. Also included are items on the finances of a sawmill in Reading, Vermont.
ALS in which Groo seeks employment with Walker's mercantile and banking firm. Complains of mistreatment by the Mormon Church authorities because of his "liberal tendencies" in the previous Salt Lake City, Utah elections. Includes note: with note "Ans July 29/74".
ALS with instructions from Lee to Leroy and Bayard, his private banking agents, concerning speculation in banknotes and shares. Also concerns the payment of personal bills and the scarcity of gold and silver.