Economics and Banking
Found in 183 Collections and/or Records:
The Kirtland Safety Society Bank will pay on demand to [O. Hyde] or bearer three dollars. Kirtland, Ohio [4 Feb.?] 18.
Collection includes a variety of business records of the Knight Investment Company, including: articles of incorporation, state certificates, patents, abstracts, deeds, receipts, bonds, wills, certificates, affidavits, company reports, surveys, letters, oaths, shipment orders, pool agreements, proxy agreements, letters of administration, leases, blueprints, tax forms, and other legal documents. Items document the business of the company between 1883 and 1964.
Photocopy of a printed and signed Land-Lottery ticket issued by the state of Massachusetts. "This ticket entitles the Bearer to the Lot or Tract of Land drawn by the Number therof, pursuant to an Act of the General Court, rafled the Ninth Day of November, 1786." The item was signed by Rufus Putnam and Leon Jarvis.
This collection consists of 1 letterpress book. All the letters but one are by H. P. Larsen and are regarding his music business. The other letter is by CJ Fisher, and is written oon Bank of Ephraim letterhead. There is also a typescript of the contents of the letterpress book (7 pages), and photocopy of "Saga of the Sanpitach" 24:125-138, which is a history of the founding of the bank.
Collection consists of letters, deeds, legal papers, and other materials collected by Lawrence through his business dealings. These include the estate papers of William W. Phelps, Heber C. Kimball, Julia Kimball, as well as miscellaneous legal papers relating to Henry W. Lawrence, and the legal papers relating to the property dispute case of William H. Folsom vs. Thomas Fitch (1881).
Photocopies of handwritten entries in two ledger books. The entries were made between 1877 and 1882 when Hinckley was living in Cove Fort, Utah. They list persons apparently using the stage lines through Cove Fort and also present financial transactions.
Signed document which relates to the assumption of control of Walker Bank in Salt Lake City, Utah by Matthew H. Walker, the executor of the estate of Joseph R. Walker. Conveys to Matthew Walker all interest of the estate in Walker Brother's Bank with some reservations in uncollected debts.
Letter on vellum in French. The item was written in a secretary's hand and was signed with the words "Henry de Lorraine." It is one page of 9 lines in length with a paper seal affixed. The letter is addressed to the treasurer, Mollay, and deals with a financial transaction. Also included are two portrait etchings of Guise.