Economics and Banking
Found in 183 Collections and/or Records:
Contains letters on the Stable Money League, founded by Irving Fisher in 1920 and 1921. Materials undated, but from around that time.
H. Ludwige letter, 1875 includes the original and photocopy of a German letter written on onion skin paper. The letter, apparently to Herr Zinggeler, consists of business information about Tokyo, London, and Germany.
Handwritten and signed letter dated 20 Nov. 1891 and addressed to William Preston. Martineau was Preston's son-in-law. Martineau discusses financial matters relating to the Central Milling Company.
A collection of receipts from primarily Utah businesses who sold goods and merchandise to the McCammon Investment Company in McCammon, Idaho. Includes receipts from a wide variety of businesses mostly in Salt Lake City or Ogden, including hardware, grocery stores, furniture, baking companies, candy stores, and paint and glass. Also includes a small, printed map of Utah. Dated approximately 1906 to 1916.
Handwritten and signed promissory note dated 27 April 1879. The document pledges payment in three years of $500.00 at 6.00% interest. The note is signed by Pierre Menard, William Monson, Robert Morrison, Joseph Phillips, and witnessed by Samuel Morrison.