The Resource Some items located in oversize, box 11

Some items located in oversize, box 11

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1868-1917
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1868-1917
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eng
Summary
  • Papers, 1868-1917, of C. T. Price (1844-1921) of Botetourt and Washington Counties, Virginia, consisting of account books, accounts, bank statements, business cards, checks, clippings, correspondence, envelopes, greeting cards, invitations, receipts, report cards, and tax receipts. Series I: Correspondence, 1871-1909. Series II: Legal papers, 1873-1907. Series III: Tax receipts and miscellaneous papers, 1871-1894. Series IV: Miscellaneous items. Series V: Receipts, etc., 1868-1917. Series VI: Checks and bank statements, 1873-1913
  • Series I: Correspondence, 1871-1909, contains letters regarding C. T. Price's business interests as a hotel operator and as a farmer; his purchase of a farm in Botetourt County, Virginia; debts owed him and legal action taken in some instances; purchase of buggies, wagons, and supplies; clothes; the 1872 presidential election in Botetourt County; local elections in Washington County, Virginia; and Price's social life and marriage. Also contains a sentimental poem. Series II: Legal papers, 1873-1907 contains a Washington County Court order, 30 May 1873, allowing Price to open an ordinary; depositions, 30 September 1891, concerning the loading of wood on cars in Botetourt County; agreement, 1 January 1898, between Price and Marshall Cunningham concerning Cunningham farming part of Price's land; and agreement, 2 January 1907, between Price and Harry Slusser regarding timber on Price's land
  • Series III: Tax receipts and miscellaneous papers, 1871-1894, contains receipts for taxes paid in Botetourt County, receipts for taxes paid in Prince George County, Virginia, and report cards for Nora Smith attending Mrs. W. L. Butts' school in either Zuni or Crewe, Virginia in 1883. Series IV: Miscellaneous items contains newspaper clippings on the Bank of Abingdon, account books, business cards, postcards, invitations, and other items. Series V: Receipts, etc., 1868-1917, consists of receipts covering a wide range of items purchased by Price, his wife and children, including farm supplies and implements to clothing, and Price's accounts with various businesses and individuals. Series VI: Bank statements and checks, 1873-1913, consist of Price's checks and bank statements with the Bank of Abingdon and with the People's National Bank of Lynchburg
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Charles Thomas Price was born 19 March 1844 in Botetourt County, Virginia, to John Morton Price and Eliza Rudisill Price. He became a hotel manager, businessman, and farmer. Price married Emma Pettigrew (1846-1921) 10 May 1876, and they had at least five children. Price died in Botetourt County 20 November 1921.
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Papers
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Some items located in oversize, box 11
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Some items located in oversize, box 11
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  • The Library of Virginia
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.7
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Valento, Carmen D.
Organization method
Organized into the following series: Series I: Correspondence, 1871-1909. Series II: Legal papers, 1873-1907. Series III: Tax receipts and miscellaneous papers. Series IV: Miscellaneous items. Series V: Receipts, etc., 1868-1917. Series VI: Checks and bank statements, 1873-1913.
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001542156
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