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Alphabetical correspondence, I- P

Alphabetical correspondence, I- P
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1877-1879: Anthony)
Date: 1877-1878
The following documents relate to various matters in the State of Kansas. This description does not cover all the documents in this file. A letter on February 20, 1878, from J. J. Ingalls, about the location of an additional observatory that was introduced by Senator Paddock of Nebraska. A letter on May 7, 1878, from W. O. Kretsinger, states he is presenting his claims before the Department of the Interior for the position of Agent for the Quapaw Agency. A letter on November 9, 1877, from Peter McNally, requests Governor Anthony's help regarding his brother, who has lost his citizen's papers. A letter from Matthew Whittaker of St. Louis, Missouri, explains to Governor Anthony they can provide him with 200.000 U.S. government bonds at four percent for the value in gold.


Appointments  Justices of the peace

Appointments Justices of the peace
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1863-1865 : Carney)
Date: 1863 - 1864
This folder on Appointments Justice of the peace comes from the Correspondence series of the Governor Thomas Carney Papers. Thomas Carney was Kansas' second state Governor, serving from 1863 to 1865. He was born near Tipton, Delaware County, Ohio in 1824 and came to Kansas in search of better health care and new business opportunities. Thomas Carney and his business partner Thomas C. Stevens were the first to open a wholesale house in Leavenworth, Kansas. This record includes two written bonds and oaths of office for the appointments of Justice of Peace of Marysville, Marshall County in April of 1863, for John Laclure and William Hess. A letter from S. M. Strickler of Junction City relating to the organization of Clay county on April 7, 1863. The letter discusses Clay county's attempt at an election and requests that D. H. Myers and D. W. Shepperd be appointed as Justices of Peace. The following letters also pertain to filling the appointments of Justice of the peace for the following counties: Brown, Douglas, Nemaha, Shawnee, Riley, Johnson, Bourbon, Coffey, Atchison, Davis, Ottawa, Franklin, Jackson, Allen, and Leavenworth between 1863 to 1864. This is important because Justice of the peace are appointed or elected by citizens of the area in which they serve in and at the time it was not required for them to have any formal legal education to qualify.


Auditor, state

Auditor, state
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1889-1893 : Humphrey)
Date: 1890-1892
This file contains letters from T. McCarthy, Auditor for the State of Kansas, concerning war loan bonds. Also included are certificates of audited claims for raid losses and statements showing the balance in the State Treasury on July 1, 1890, amount received (including the balance) for the six months, and balance in the Treasury at the close of business December 31, 1890. A letter from Edward Jaquins asks the Governor to determine the validity and worth of the Stevens Company funding bonds.


Bonds, State

Bonds, State
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1865-1868 : Crawford)
Date: 1868
These letters, spanning 1868, are from Darius R. Mangam, the President of the National Trust Company of New York, regarding state bonds to Kansas Governor Samuel Crawford. Mangam wrote about the sale of Kansas bonds and statements of Kansas bonds purchased.


Bonds, State

Bonds, State
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1869-1873 : Harvey)
Date: 1869 - 1871
A letter on February 11, 1869, from the commissioners of the State School Fund, accept the Governor's offer to sell $75,000 of State Bonds at ninety-two cents on the dollar. A letter from W. E. Suttiff asks Kansas Governor Harvey if he can use his influence to issue the bonds authorized for the payment of the militia battalion. Additional correspondence in this file pertains to the purchasing or inquiry of the bonds.


Bonds, State and territorial

Bonds, State and territorial
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1863-1865 : Carney)
Date: 1864
These letters, spanning 1863 to 1864, are from government officials and other individuals to Kansas Governor Thomas Carney regarding territorial and state bonds. The correspondents wrote providing reports, requesting information, and proposing negotiations.


Bonds (State, county, etc.)

Bonds (State, county, etc.)
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1873-1877 : Osborn)
Date: 1874 - 1876
A letter on December 22, 1875, from Donnell Lawson and Co., state they have not received the funds to pay the January coupons that should have arrived on the 15th and asks if the Governor would like to invest in Government Bonds the State holds. A letter on April 15, 1876, from A. McDonald, encloses a memorandum of bonds of Cherokee County for the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. A letter on December 2, 1874, from Donaldson and Fraley, concerns the Harper County Court House funding and school bonds. Additional letters address similar topics related to bonds in Kansas.


Capitol building bond purchased by Samuel Johnson Crawford

Capitol building bond purchased by Samuel Johnson Crawford
Date: July 01, 1867
This is a $1,000 capitol building bond offered by the State of Kansas to aid in the completion of the east wing of the state capitol building in Topeka, Kansas. The $1,000 bond was purchased and signed by Governor Samuel Johnson Crawford.


Counties : Anderson

Counties : Anderson
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1879-1883 : St. John)
Date: 1881
This folder on Counties, Anderson comes from the Correspondence series of the Governor St. John Papers. The document here, is a letter from S. W. Powell to Kansas Governor St. John regarding a bond given by Anderson County to aid in the construction of a Railroad.


Counties, Kingman

Counties, Kingman
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1877-1879: Anthony)
Date: 1877 - 1878
A letter on April 20, 1878, from W. R. Brown, states he has heard Judge Buffington, the current Probate Judge of Kingman County, is resigning and requests the appointment. A letter of resignation on April 23, 1878, from P. Buffington as Probate Judge and recommends J. H. Boss to fill the vacancy. A letter on October 28, 1877, from George Filley, informs Governor Anthony he has examined and recorded a full record of how the bonds were destroyed, some time ago, and is now anxiously awaiting his opinion. A petition from citizens of Kingman County request George E. Filley as Notary Public of their county.


Fiscal Agency

Fiscal Agency
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1873-1877 : Osborn)
Date: 1874
A letter on April 27, 1874, from Donnell Lawson, gives thanks to Kansas Governor Osborn for tendering the position of Fiscal Agent for the State of Kansas. In the letter, Donnell requests the Governor forward the Bond to the New York office. A telegraph from Donnell Lawson, on May 6, 1874, asks if the Bond has been forwarded to them. A letter on May 20, 1874, from Gilman Son Co., states before they can pay the Bond, they must have the new treasurers signature.


Lands, railroad, State agent for

Lands, railroad, State agent for
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1877-1879: Anthony)
Date: 1877
A letter on July 17, 1877, from F. H. Drenning, acknowledges Governor Anthony's letter of the 13th concerning the Bond as State Land Agent. A letter on September 17, 1877, from F. H. Drenning, states he has a bond made out and signed and will bring it at the end of the week or next week and is anxious to retain the office and willing to perform its duties.


Military affairs

Military affairs
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1877-1879: Anthony)
Date: 1877 - 1878
The documents in this file pertain to matters related to military affairs in the State of Kansas. This description only covers a few of the documents in the file. A letter on October 12, 1877, from J. R. Hallowell, states the muster rolls bonds for arms were submitted some time ago, but he has not heard anything since then and asks Governor Anthony what will be done as men are anxious. A letter on April 7, 1878, from J. A. McCall, informs Governor Anthony he is not able to take part in the Company as there is a sickness in the Sheriff's family and the duties of the office fall upon him. A letter on August 3, 1877, from H. Martin, states there is talk of raising a military company in Atchison and asks if the State will supply arms and uniforms to the men. A letter on April 19, 1877, from John A. Nottenstein, asks if the State has the arms available spoken of by Governor Anthony in his message to the Legislature. A telegraph on April 8, 1878, from Kansas Governor Anthony to Sheriff, H. Conner of Lyon County, informs Captain Walkinshaw and a company of 50 state troops will arrive with arms and will act under Captain Walkinshaw's orders.


Public Instruction, State Superintendent of

Public Instruction, State Superintendent of
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1865-1868 : Crawford)
Date: 1865 - 1868
These letters, spanning 1865 to 1868, are from the superintendents of the office of the State Public Instruction regarding general affairs to Kansas Governor Samuel Crawford. They wrote requesting books, discussing bonds for the Permanent School Fund, and inquiring about the ratification of treaties. From 1865 to 1868, the superintendents were J. L. Goodnow and Peter McVicar.


Statehouse commissioners

Statehouse commissioners
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1889-1893 : Humphrey)
Date: 1889-1892
A letter from N. A. Adams, Statehouse Commissioner, encloses his official bond to Kansas Governor Humphrey, approved on April 4, 1889. Several letters concerning a foreign Sculptor, Van den Berghen and his business between the Capitol Commissioners. Accompanying the correspondence is a report of the claim of A. L. N. R. Van Den Berghen against the State of Kansas.


Treasurer, Kansas State

Treasurer, Kansas State
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1879-1883: Glick)
Date: 1883-1885
These letters are from Samuel T. Howe, state treasurer, regarding the Kansas State Treasury office to Kansas Governor G. W. Glick. The letters are receipts for different expenditures made by the Kansas government. The receipts cover drafts and rebates on freights. The Kansas State Treasurer is the chief custodian of the state's cash deposits, monies from bond sales, and other securities and collateral.


Treasurer's Office, State

Treasurer's Office, State
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1885-1889 : Martin)
Date: 1885-1889
This letter, dated December 21st, 1888, is from J. A. Hamilton, the State Treasurer, regarding state bonds and funding to Kansas Governor John Martin. Hamilton explained the funds and state bonds left for the Sinking Fund, Permanent School Fund, and the Refunding Act of 1887.


Woman's Club of Topeka membership, bond, and scholarship fund certificates

Woman's Club of Topeka membership, bond, and scholarship fund certificates
Date: 1925-1933
This set of records consists of Woman's Club of Topeka bonds, certificate of membership, and scholarship loan fund material. The Woman's Club was located at 420 W. 9th Street, Topeka, Kansas and the building is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


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