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Rent charges

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Accounts of Unknown Merchant

Identifier: SC 00154
Scope and Contents

One page account of an unknown merchant.  Some of the names mentioned are Sylvester Cochran, John McCarty, John Crockett, Pat Collins, Patrick Flaharty, Mike Fitzgerald and others.  Another small page includes a notation for Patrick Seacy's board with the signature of John Landers. Location unknown. 1852-1853.

Dates: 1852-1853

Charles H. Brown Financial Papers

Identifier: SC 00206
Scope and Contents

Invoices for purchases by Charles H. Brown in St. Louis, Missouri, Washington, DC and Connecticut, 1860-1870.  Invoices are for rental of various properties, household goods, St. Louis Mercantile Library Association and income tax for Chas. H. Brown, of Stamford, Connecticut.

Dates: 1860-1870

Com. C. Prier Letter

Identifier: SC 01487
Scope and Contents

Letter to Mr. Forsyth about upcoming rent due of $250 for year of office space.

Dates: 1879 February 4

Rent Ledger

Identifier: SC 01118
Scope and Contents Ledger (14 pp.), 1883-1884 recording rent for organizations, individuals and a school. The cover of the volume reads "Society Record Ledger" but no further information is given. Rent was collected from Harmony Lodge No.4, Arbeiter Kranken Unterstuetzungs Verein, Sued Baltimore Kranken Unterstuetzungs Verein, Teutonia Hain No. 13, Window Glass Blowers' Union No. 300, Knights of Labor Liberty Assembly No. 2075, Rescue Council No. 1, Butler Club of South Baltimore, American League of...
Dates: 1883-1884

William Wake Land Lease Agreement

Identifier: SC 01847
Content Description

Land lease agreement between Nicholas Bourne and William Wake, Reverend Father, for 7 acres of land in Kent County, England, at 30 shillings per year for 21 years. Examined and received by Rowland Jones and signed by William Wake, Archbishop of Canterbury. Handwritten on vellum. 14" x 20". William Wake was Chancellor of College of William & Mary at a later date.

Dates: 20 March 1718/1719