American Textile History Museum - Osborne Library
Contains invoice, Dec. 8, 1865, to Glover & Warner, for two bales extra batts bought of Keeler Brothers. Also contains invoice, Dec. 17, 1868, to Glover & Warner, for two bales cotton batts, bought of Frederick Keeler
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of one letter: dated Savannah, May 18, 1880, "Messrs Haydock and Gwathmey," signed "Elias Bliss," regarding cotton bales and the inactivity of the Savannah cotton market
Harvard University - Baker Library
This album contains twenty-one black and white photographs and captions that show the facilities and operations of the Houston Compress Company, circa 1920. The images depict the company's warehouses, railroad platforms, offices, and compress equipment. Several of the photographs show the firm's employees operating the compress machines, loading cotton bales onto railroad cars, and inspecting the cotton for quality
Louisiana State University - Special Collections
This albumen print shows an unidentified cotton processing facility in the background with cotton bales in a large store yard in the foreground
Louisiana State University - Special Collections
Form letter concerning damage to cotton bales from a recent fire at the cotton press of Messrs. N. & J. Hart in New Orleans, La., and its effect on prices
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of 10 items of ephemera from the Georgia Cotton Growers Co-Operative Association, regarding the 1925 cotton crop. Documents topics include the price of cotton (including the association's reasoning for increasing the cost of proccessing per bale for its members), the low grade of cotton received the previous year, instructions to members on how to ship their cotton to the association, the price of insurance for the association, and shipping records (via rail), among others
Lynchburg Public Library
Correspondence between Thomas T. Munford and George R. Harvey about forming the Metallic Cotton Baling Company; correspondence about a lawsuit involving money for the company; minutes of meetings of board of directors of the company
Museum of the Great Plains
Postcard collection of 46 images, chiefly relating to Lawton, Medicine Park, Fort Sill, and Oklahoma City, Okla., with one accordian set (#27) containing 20 images -- Subjects include street scenes, civic buildings, and train station in Lawton; lake and resort views at Medicine Park; airplanes, army hospital, soldiers, and officer's quarters at Fort Sill; state capital and civic buildings in Oklahoma City, as well as oil fields and wells; Pioneer Woman Statue in Ponca City, Okla; Grand Lake in Colorado; and baling cotton. Photographers include William P. Sanborn
Atlanta History Center
This collection is comprised of images of schools, churches, farms, homes, public buildings, town squares, railroads, industrial facilities, cemeteries, rivers, stores, parks, community centers, and entertainment venues in Fulton County. The photographs were taken in the cities and towns of Alpharetta, Atlanta, Ben Hill, Cascade Heights, Campbellton, Cedar Grove, College Park, Crabapple, East Point, Fairburn, Hapeville, Hopewell, Newtown, Ocee, Palmetto, Red Oak, Rico, Roswell, Sandtown, Sandy Springs, Tell, Union City and Warsaw. Many of the photographs were entered into various Atlanta Historical Society photo contests from 1950 to 1954. The reverse side of the images includes information such as the time of day taken, the camera used, the lens opening, size and speed. Additional information regarding the history and changes to some of the buildings were provided by the photographer and are found on the reverse of the photographs


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