Ball State University - Bracken Library
This collection includes a receipt from Kirby House Hotel in Muncie, Indiana, from 1881
Ball State University - Bracken Library
This collection includes a certificate, program, and receipts from Michael S. Humnicky ranging from 1962-1964 regarding his experiences at the Mid-America Orchestra Camp held at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana
Getty Research Institute
The artist ackowledges that he has received the two paintings deposited at the Socié́té des amis des arts, registered under number 184. (Paris, 1833 Aug. 7.).
Cornell University Libraries
Indentures, receipts, letters, a school attendance register, and a membership badge, from various places in New York State. Letters include a circular signed by William Randolph Hearst, eliciting support for his candidacy for Governor (dated 1906), and two letters on House of Representatives letterhead, from Congressman J. W. Dwight to John Kelly, concerning how to obtain an appointment to a position (1880). Indentures include a document selling land in Seneca County in payment of the debts of the late David Atwater of the town of Ulysses, now in Tompkins County (1804); and two documents selling land in the town of Beekman in Dutchess County to Olive Crandall (1809 and 1820). Other documents include liquor licenses for Benjamin H. Burdick of Lincklain (1828 and 1832); a bond promising payment of $1500 from J. Egbert Lovell of Cincinnatus, Cortland County, to Lucius Bowen (1852); and four notes attesting that various people are church members in good standing (1859-1861). The school ... Read More
New-York Historical Society
The John W. Taylor Papers, 1798-1852 consist primarily of correspondence related to Taylor's service as the United Stated Congressman from Saratoga County, New York from 1813-1833 during which time he was elected twice as Speaker of the House. The letters pertain to national, state and county politics, abolition and slavery, elections, banking, the tariff, internal improvements, land policy, national figures, New York politicians, the post office department, legislation and patronage as well as personal matters. Some of Taylor's frequent correspondents included Jesse Buel, DeWitt Clinton, Esek Cowen, Samuel Cook, Alfred Conkling, John Cramer, Stephen Decatur, John A. Dix, Isaac M. Ely, Jonathan Fisk, James Geddes, Jabez D. Hammond, Salma Hale, Richard M. Livingston, Henry C. Martindale, John McLean, J.B. Mower, Charles Miner, Hezekiah Niles, Eliphalet Nott, Lemuel C. Paine, George Palmer, Thomas Palmer, John Russell, Ebenezer Sage, John Savage, Ambrose Spencer, James Tallmadge, John ... Read More
New-York Historical Society
Receipt for a lady's hat bought of Elisha Dorr, signed by him, January 1, 1799
New-York Historical Society
Receipt for money belonging to the estate of Roelof Martense Schenck, deceased, of Flatlands, Kings County, N.Y., dated May 3, 1731, signed by Jan Monfoort. Executioners of the estate: Abraham Schenck and Roelof Schenck
New-York Historical Society
A letter from William Gilliland to General James Clinton, dated Albany, March 19, 1778, and a receipt from William Gilliland to Peter Elmendorf, dated Troy, August 10, 1795. In the 1778 letter, Gilliland discusses the low estimation in which many people now hold money, and the consequential high prices everything sells at. Gilliland also points out that the current situation is a peciliarly proper juncture in which to sell his land near Windsor, and gives prices for the different lots. In the 1795 receipt, Gilliland states to pay Cornelius Anable and take his receipt for the balance due G. Leggett
New-York Historical Society
The collection consists of eleven linear feet of material. The bulk of the papers dates from 1860 until 1935 and consist primarily of minutes and scrapbooks, but also includes photographic materials, membership directories, logs, and other printed materials. The collection records the day to day club proceeding and captures the administrative functions from its founding until after World War II. The majority of the early documents are in handwritten German and have yet to be thoroughly explored. The records contain little overt mention or discussion of the Jewish American and immigrant experiences, though the founding member were almost exclusively New York Jews of German decent and the organization has maintained a similar makeup throughout its history
New-York Historical Society
Receipt for payment from John Williams for coffee, dated Boston, June 8, 1795

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