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Contents List

   Container / Location    Title
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Bishop, Anna H., Estate
  1  
Broome County - Charges to Jury
  1  
Broome County Supreme Court - Hon. Randolph Horton, Ithaca, N.Y. Charges
  1  
Corbin, Edd W., Estate of
  1  
Dassance, Mary A., Estate of
  1  
Davis, Dewitt C., Estate of
  1  
Fleming, Andrew J., Estate of
  1  
Fleming, Mary E., Estate of
  1  
Griffith, Anna F., Estate of
  1  
Ithaca Calendar Clock Company
  1  
Jefferson, Lucy A., Papers: printed appeals and letters
  1  
McKinney, James A., Estate of
  1  
Pierson, A.C., Estate of
  2  
Poole, Mary L.
  2  
Poyer, Aaron, Estate of
  2  
Protts, Roger, Case
  2  
Puff, Alice B., Estate of
  2  
Quick, Martin A.
  2  
Ribble, Libbie, Matter
  2  
Rothchild, Daniel, Estate of
  2  
Solomon, Mike, Case
  2  
Trapp, Earl J. - Bankruptcy matter
  2  
Waverly
  2  
Waverly Water Case
  2  
Westmiller, Warren D., Estate of
  2  
Miscellaneous documents (not in folder)
  2  
Reprint from Ithaca Journal (undated) re: Horton's running for re-election as Justice, Supreme Court, 6th Judicial District (Democrat)
  2  
Typed carbon copy of a 9 pp. Report to Randolph Horton, Ithaca Mayor, Apr. 15, 1909
 
Ithaca Calendar Clock Co. - bankrupt 1917 [series]:
 
Co. Letterhead (samples)
 
Letters to Randolph Horton - Trustee for bondholders of I.C.C. - co. business (closing out - selling stock) - H.J. Bool Co., Inc. Ithaca, 1818-1819
 
List of bondholders of co.
 
Bills
 
Ithaca Silk Mills - account of mason work done for by D.B. & Co. (?)
 
Driscoll Bros. & Co., Ithaca - bill to I.C.C.
 
Summary of inventory 1917 (Oct. 1)
 
List of machinery formerly belonging to I.C.C.
 
Statement to bondholders ( 1917 ) re: financial status of Co. and decisions of bondholders regarding financial status
 
Copies of legal papers
 
1918 - Letter to Jared T. Newman re: sale of machinery
 
Lists of equipment for sale
 
Letters to George W. Miller, President and General Manager
 
Copy of letter from George W. Miller ( 1917 ) explaining bitterly to a creditor in Boston why the Company went into receivership
 
Statement by Newman of best method of disposing of I.C.C.
 
Letter from J.T.N. to R.H.