Banks and banking
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains bank drafts, both handwritten and printed, from Eutaw Savings Bank, as well as the bank’s correspondence, legal documents, and receipts.
The Matthew Marine Collection contains various account books which date from 1822-1870. The bulk of the material falls between the period of 1830 to 1854. The collection is made up of account books, ledgers, and day books. This material focuses on the merchant and banking aspect of Matthew Marine's career, but only casual mention is made of two schooners he built.
This collection consists of the papers of David Maulden Perine, his sons William Buchanan Perine, E. Glenn Perine, and E. Glenn's son Washington Perine. Topics covered include legal practice, especially estate settlement in Baltimore, 1820s-1880s; Bank of Maryland affair, 1834; and Washington, Glenn, and Perine family histories.
This collection contains primarily letters from Lt. George Buchanan Redwood (1888-1918) to his mother Mary Buchanan Coale Redwood (1861-1940) as well as the sympathy letters she received after he was killed in action on May 28, 1918 during World War I. Also included in the collection is the correspondence of William E. Coale (1816-1865) and George Buchanan Coale (1819-1887) and a volume of poems entitled "Random Rhymes at Truant Times" belonging to John Greene Proud, Jr. (1813-1883).
The Shriver collection consists of daybooks, ledgers, cash books, and other accounts of the Shriver family businesses at Union Mills, Carroll County, Maryland (flour milling, saw millings, tanning, stores at Petersburgh and Big Pipe Creek). A majority of the collection is comprised of correspondence between the various members of the Shriver family concerning business and family happenings.