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Promissory notes

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Anna Lively Letters, 1933-1937

 File — Box 4257.020: [1006214244], Folder: 19
Scope and Contents Letters and postcards to Anna Lively of Louisville, Kentucky, primarily from her husband A. J. Lively, a porter with the Pullman Company, telling her about his travels, as well as discussing politics, religion, and personal health. There is also a promissory note to the Pullman Company for an advance on his salary.
Dates: 1933-1937

George Benagh promissory note

Identifier: MSS-1603
Abstract Promissory note dated January 1, 1858, in which The University of Alabama agreed to pay $150 to W. J. Hays for the use of a slave named Paul for one year. The note was signed by George Benagh, a professor acting on behalf of the University.
Dates: 1858-01-01

Collection of Alabama governors materials

Identifier: W-0054
Overview Correspondence, certificates, programs, and other documents signed by twenty-six Alabama governors serving between 1820 and 1970.
Dates: 1820-1970

John M. Flanagan promissory note, 1869 February 20

 File — Box WSC001: [1006241611], Folder: W0129.21
Scope and Contents An 1869 promissory note between John M. Flanagan and James T. Flanagan (probably related but exact relationship unknown) for $74.30 payable at the Southern Bank of Alabama.
Dates: 1869 February 20

Talbot, Jones, and Company letter and promissory notes

Identifier: MSS-1379
Abstract An 1839 letter to E. L. Woodward of Jacksonville, Alabama, with instructions to collect on an enclosed promissory note from James M. Mitchell, deceased.
Dates: 1837-1839