The Resource Virginia Dept. of the Treasury, Unclaimed Property: Papers of William R. King

Virginia Dept. of the Treasury, Unclaimed Property: Papers of William R. King

Label
Virginia Dept. of the Treasury, Unclaimed Property: Papers of William R. King, 1973-1980
Title
Virginia Dept. of the Treasury, Unclaimed Property: Papers of William R. King
Inclusive dates
1973-1980
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
  • This collection consists of unclaimed property personal papers (Accession 50624) delivered to the Virginia Dept. of the Treasury from banks, executors, administrators or any other safekeeping repositories who have come into the possession of unclaimed property. Typically these personal papers will include correspondence, financial records, and legal or business papers from estates with unknown heirs
  • Lot 13063 contains a signed statement from Darlene King that she will seek neither child support nor alimony from William King, 1974; a retainer agreement for William King from Cohen and Rosenblum, Ltd., 1974; letters to Darlene King from her mother, 1975; divorce records for Darlene D. King and William R. King, including a property settlement agreement, 1974-1976; an invoice for William and Darlene King from the Handyman Home Improvement Company, 1975; and a sales contract between the Kings, F. Wayne Bourn, and Patricia A. Bourn for property in Woodbridge, 1975. The lot also contains a series of letters between William King, Virginia State Bar counsel James R. Wrenn Jr., Stephen J. Telfeyan, Alfred D. Swersky, Philip J. Hirschkop, regarding King's attempts to bring a malpractice suit and to disbar Herbert Rosenblum and Paul Giles, the lawyers involved in his divorce case, dated 1977-1978. There are also a series of letters between King and A. A. Prezioso, personnel manager of the Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation, regarding King's attempts to gain employment there, 1979; as well as a welder questionnaire completed by King, purchase orders and invoices from the Washington Gas Light Company, 1980; and William King's membership book for the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States and Canada, issued in 1970
Note
Agency history record describes the history and functions of the Virginia Dept. of the Treasury. (Search Virginia Dept. of the Treasury as author).
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Action
  • Accessioned
  • Described
Biographical or historical data
The Treasurer is the custodian of any property presumed abandoned and remitted to the state's custody for safekeeping. The intangible personal property is retained by the Treasurer after being declared unclaimed, for eventual delivery to the person claiming an interest in said property pursuant to Sections 55-210.20 through 55-210.22 of the Code of Virginia. Per Library of Virginia retention schedule 152-006, intangible personal property records are retained by the Dept. of Treasury for 20 years and then any records deemed archival are transferred to the Library of Virginia for permanent retention.
Cataloging source
VIC
Label
Virginia Dept. of the Treasury, Unclaimed Property: Papers of William R. King
Note
Lot Number: 13063
Arrangement
Arranged numerically by lot number.
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Extent
1
Governing access note
There are no access restrictions
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001699196
Terms governing use
There are no use restrictions.
Type of unit
folder

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