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Contents List

   Container / Location    Title
 
Bound volumes [series]:
  2  
Customers' accounts, 1908, 1911-1929, 1938 . Include (pp. 510-512) personal expense accounts, 1921-1929, of G.L. Brunne, who was in partnership with Kohm in the 1920s. Poor condition - spine damaged. 772 pp.
  1  
Daily cash receipts, 1921-1929 . 445 pp.
  3  
Customers' accounts (large red ledger), 1929-1943 . Indexed. 294 pp. used.
  3  
Customers' address book (slim red ledger). Possibly some personal or family addresses - German ones. 1937 [?].
  2  
Record of weekly wages paid, 1937-Jan. 1, 1940 . Information on names and social security numbers of employees also included.
  2  
Weekly cash book, 1941-1945 . Kohm Estate [?].
 
Loose accounts, letters, and rough notes concerning the tailor's business and the settlement of the Kohm estate, 1917-1945 [series]:
  3  
Promissory note made in favor of Kohm & Brunne - signature A.R. Cota (?) dated June 18, 1917 at the Ithaca Trust Co.
  3  
Promissory note made in favor of Kohm & Brunne - signature C.E. Finney dated Oct. 4, 1923 at Citizens Trust Co. of Summit, N.J.
  3  
5 sheets of figures, July 1, 1923-July 1, 1929 . These seem to be itemized lists of bills paid by the business for both Kohm and Brunne (includes cash drawn by each).
  3  
Common Stock Certificate #99 for 75 shares of capital stock of the Terrien Oil Co. dated Aug. 31, 1927 issued to Kohm and Brunne.
  3  
Bill to Bruce Simmons from E.A. Kohm dated Oct. 5, 1942 .
  3  
Sample of dunning letter (for outstanding accounts in Kohm's business) dated Aug. 10, 1942 - handwritten note at bottom asks for approval of letter form.
  3  
Letter to Raymond Kohm from James W. Andrews dated Aug. 29, 1944 re: accounting for settlement of judgment against Alva S. Ainsworth.
  3  
Financial statement - Emil A. Kohm estate, June 15, 1942-July 24, 1944 .
  3  
Lists of names and amounts (otherwise unidentified), Jan. 12, 1945-Nov. 16, ?
 
Items found in bound volume of The Widow and removed [series]:
  3  
Carbon typescript directive from J.H. Dawson, U.S. Army, relieving Joseph H. Kohm of his full-time duty in the Army, May 8, 1919 .
  3  
Telegram from Joseph Kohm to Emil Kohm re: his discharge, May 10, 1919 .
  3  
Two snapshots of young girls: one girl alone; two girls together.