Boston and New York Coal Company Bond
Scope and Contents
A February 1837 bond for the Boston and New York Coal Company with a note on the reverse stating that the mortgages on the property were foreclosed and the company was revived under the name "New York Mining Company" with Jonathan Stinges, 125 Front Street, New York as President. The note is dated February 21, 1849 and signed by C. Bolton.
- Creation: 1849 February 21
- Boston and New-York Coal Company (Organization)
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- Guide to the Boston and New York Coal Company Bond
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English