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Series III. Correspondence [series]:
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November 1843-December 1869 (529 Pieces)
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1870 (446 Pieces)
Correspondence is mainly concerned with stock and bond purchases in railroads. The Central railroad Company of Iowa and Flint and Pere Marquette Railway, Saginaw, Michigan. (H.C. Potter, Secretary-Treasurer)

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1871 (426 Pieces)
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1872-1873 (342 Pieces)
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1873-1874 (491 Pieces)
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1875 (455 Pieces)
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1876 (521 Pieces)
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1877-1878 (c. 500 Pieces)
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1879-1880 (400-500 Pieces)
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1880-1881 (400-500 Pieces)
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June 7, 1882-December 26, 1886 (400-500 Pieces)
Letters are from banks and investment houses primarily, with a few letters from railroads. More personal correspondence and household purchases

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1887-1890(300-400 Pieces)
Letters from son, Charles B. Rogers at Hamilton College. Investment news, mainly from Piers Brothers (The Patent Cereals Co.), N.Y., N.Y.

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1891-1895 (400-500 Pieces)
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1896-1903 (400-500 Pieces)
Includes receipts

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Purchase receipts, January 1, 1904-April 1906
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Series of eighty letters from son Charles Rogers from various cities in Europe; Approx. 200 undated pieces
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Letters to Charles B. Rogers mainly concerning his dairy operations near Utica
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Various Letters