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Catalogue of . . . The Property of the Kansas Central Committee, Lawrence

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Oct 30 Mr Jordon Received from Kansas Relief Fund for Families in Topeka [1 Sk flour]

A M Jordon

Recd from Kansas, S. C. Committee –
1 Small Girls Shirt – new –
1 Cloak – [xxx]- Good
1 Pair Pillo Slips –
1 Hood
1 Small Dress
2 pair panties –
4 Shirts (Girls)
1 Apron (new)<> 2 Skirts Small<> 1 pair Drawer
1 Quilt Skirts

J. A. Perry for Mr. Giddings
Indianolia

Recd of Kansas Relief fund for Cap. Thoms Settlement (Otuway Creek
5 Sacks Flour –

Jonathan moore

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1856
Oct 30.

Lawrence

Recd of Kansas Relief Fund for self.
1 Sack Flour –
1 Comfort
1 Cover Lid

Wm Ricke

Recd of Kansas relief Fund for Topeka in care of Dr Martin
4 Sacks Flour

J. A. Perry

Recd of K. S. C. Committee

Neosho
1 cap –
1 Small Coat (old)
3 Yds. Shirting new
1 Woman’s Shirt new
2 pair “ Drawers old
1 Shirt new
1 ps Calico - old –
1 Babe – Quilt
“ - Miscellanious Clothing

Silas T Howell

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Recd of K. S. C. Central Committee (Lawrence)

1 Quilt
1 Comfort –
1 pair Sheets
1 “ Pillow Cases
Sarah Beddoes

Loaned

Recd of K. S. C Committee one Musket to be delivered when called for

H A Cosley

Received of Central Committee

1 under Lockett
1 Sack Flour
10 lb [xxx]
5 “ Rice

H. A. Cosley

Recivd of Committee one Lockett

Joseph Caldwell

[Page 4]

Oct. 30. Rec d of Kansas S. C. Committee

1 Small Box Miscelaneous Clothing
1 Bag “
for distribution at Grasshopper Falls

Geo S. Hillyer

Oct. 31.

Rec d of Kansas Relief Fund
½ Sack Flour
½ Sack Meal –
4 “ Rice –

Edward Jones

Recd of Kansas Relief Fund
1 Bbl Sod Crackers for Hospital Lawrence

S. B. Prentiss

Bal of C. Committee

½ Sack Flour
3 lb Rice
2 “ Coffee
1 pound of Crackers

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duplicate

Recd from K. S. C committee

1 Knit Shirt or Round About

Lawrence

Sam Smith

Received of C. committee

2 Flannel shirts
4 yds cotton cloth
Set Children Clothes
Bead Spread
1 pair stockings
1 Ladies dress
2 Ladies under garments
1 pair [xxx] under Flaniels

Julia E Rawson

2 lb Coffee
20 “ Crackers
1 lb tea
½ Sack Flour
2 lb rice

Julia E Rawson

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Oct 31 Recd of Kansas Relief Fund

9 Sk Flour
3 “ Meal
15 “ Salt
15 “ Rice
15 “ d Apple
6 “ Tea

Received of C. Committee

2 under Flannell Shirts
2 “ Cotton
1 dress
2 aprons

John Anderson

Received of C. Committee

½ Sack flour
1 lb tea
2 “ Coffee
4 lb dried Apples
4 “ Rice

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Received of Kansas Relief Fund Cash for Medison &c. $10.00

Nov 1 st /56, S. T. Howell.

Received of C Committee

1 st 1 nett Coat

Jackson (Sellers

Received of C Committee

1 Nett Coat

Solomon Reynar

Received of C Committee

½ lb lot of Tea
6 lb 3 lots of Coffee
2 lb Crackers } one nett Coat
4 lb rice
4 rice
2 lb Crackers
4 lbs rice<> for Towin, Soule & Holt

Del to J B Abbott

Received of C Central Committee
5 lb of Coffee

Solomon [Reynar?]

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Nov 1 st Received of Kansas Relief Fund,

8 lbs Rice
½ lb Black Te
1 lb Coffee
1 bbl of Crackers, for distribution among the poor of his district. Under skirt Child
peck of Dried Apples
1 sack Flower R H Burr

Nov 1 st Received of Kansas Relief Fund.

8 lbs Rice
peck Dried Apples
½ lb Tea
1 Sack Flour

1 “ Meal Nathan Priggs

Received of C Committee

6 lb rice
1 peck of Crackers
½ lb Tea
1 lb Coffee

F A Hammond

[Page 9]

Received of C. Committee

½ lb tea
1 “ Coffee
2 “ Rice
Apples

(Mr Simpons Br By 2 sacks Flower to be returned on demand)

Received of Mr. Landon
18 lb Sacks Meal 1 85 pr sack

Received of C Committee

½ bushel Dryed apples
½ lb Tea

A. M. [Kellam?]

Received of C. Committee
½ lb tea
4 lb dried Apples

John. E. Stewart.

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Nov 1 st. Received of Kansas Relief Fund

4 lb Rice
1/3 bbl Flour
1 Old Dress
1 Apron
1 pr boys shoes (middling)

Phoebe Curtis. Her x mark.

Received of C Committee

3 Vests
6 pr pantaloons
1 Overcoat
8 undershirts Mens Clothes
12 Cotton Shirts
6 pair Drawers
1 Hat
9 pr Socks
12 Chemises
2 prs Woman’s Drawers
9 prs “ “
3 prs Children’s “
1 Woman’s Cloak
1 “ Sack
1 Boy’s Coat
3 blankets

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Nov 1 st.
2 pairs Mittens
1 Boys Jacket
1 “ “
2 prs Woman’s Gloves
1 Girls Dress
4 Ladies “
1 “ Sack
1 girls dress
3 “ Shawls
1 Woman’s Shawl
3 girls Skirts
3 Woman’s Skirts
1 “ “<> 6 night-caps
6 Children’s Undershirts
3 “ “
8 prs Ladies Woollen Hose
10 prs Cotton “
20 prs Miscellaneous Hose
1 Ladies Hood
1 Boys Cap.-
4 prs Boys Woollen Hose
5 prs Ladies Hose
3 Ladies Calico dresses.
9 pieces Children Clothing

(over)

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(brought over)
2 Men’s Coats
4 prs Ladies rubber-shoes.
2 “ Children’s “
2 “ Childrens Shoes (gaiters.)
2 pairs Mens Calf Boots
3 “ “ Thick “
2 prs Boys pants.
4 prs baby’s socks
1 Mans Cap. –

Received the above mentioned articles for Equal distribution among the necessitons of South Fork Pottowatomie.

Saml. Anderson

Nov. 2 nd Received of Kansas Central Committee.

1 Ladies Calico dress
2 “ Skirts.
2 ” undergarments
1 Hood (new woolen)
1 pr Mittens.
1 Skein Woollen Yarn
2 prs Woman’s Hose
1 pr Rubber-shoes.
3 Skeins Thread, 2 spools cotton, pins, buttons, &c.

[Page 13]

Nov 2.

1 Boys Jacket
1 “ Coat (over-coat.)
1 piece (4 yards) cloth for boys pantaloons
1 pair Ladies drawers.
2 Boys woollen Comforter
1 pair Boys woollen pants.
1 Boys vest
1 Boys Jacket
1 Handkerchief
1 Cotton Neckcloth.
4 pr boys woollen Hose.
1 pr Suspenders.
1 Men’s woollen Undershirts.
1 pr Mens Thick pantaloons.
2 pairs Mens woollen Hose.

S T Howell
Cottonwood

Nov 2. Received Central Committee

1 Woollen Skirt (Ladies)
1 Childs dress
2 Chemises
1 pr Drawers
1 Childs Skirt
1 “ Chemise
1 pr Child’s pantalettes
1 “ Flannell Skirt

[Page 14]

1 large woollen blanket.

Nov 2 nd.
Childs woollen garments.
1 Womans Calico dress
1 Woollen skirt
1 Man’s Jacket.
1 Woollen Roundabout.
1 pr Woollen Hose.
1 pr Womans Woollen Hose
1 “ “ Cotton “
2 pr Boys Woollen Hose.

S T Howell for

Mrs Peter Phenis

Nov 2. Received Central Committee
1 Good Overcoat
1 Over Shirt
4 yards woolen for Boys pants.
6 prs Men & Boys Woollen Hose.
2 prs Girls Woollen Hose
1 Overcoat
For Charles Johnson
S T Howell
1 pr pants
1 boys Coat
1 “ vest
1 pr Boys Woollen pants
2 woolen undershirts

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Nov 6 th. Received Central Committee for distribution among the necessitons of Grasshopper Falls – and region North of Kansas River.

1 Night-gown
6 yards cotton-flannel
6 “ “ “
6 do bleached Muslin
Remnant de-laine pattern.
1 Night-gown.
1 woman’s skirt
3 de-laine Dresses.
3 Hoods
2 Comfortes
2 skeins yarn
5 pair mittens
6 woollen sacks
1 piece of Linen
2 pair womens drawers
1 “ Men’s “
2 undershirts (women’s)
2 Flannel Skirts (girls)
12 Ladies Chemises
4 Mens Cotton Shirts
5 pair womens drawers -

57

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Nov 6 th.
Nightcaps
4 Children’s Shirts
1 Childs Skirt
2 pr “ Drawers
5 pair Cotton Stockings
1 pair woolen “
10 pair Childrens Socks.
3 “ Men’s “
2 “ Woollen Mittens.
2 girls underskirts
4 womens “
1 Cotton-Flannel Skirt
4 pair Suspenders
2 “ Woollen Mittens
2 “ “ Drawers
2 Cotton Handkerchiefs
1 Calico Dress
4 De-laine “
3 Childrens dresses.
3 Aprons.
1 Woollen sack
1 Child’s skirt
6 yards de-laine
1 “ Calico
2 Blankets
69

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Nov 6 th.
2 Quilts
1 Comfort
3 Ladies’ Cloaks
1 Cape
8 Mens Coats (old & new.)
2 pair cotton drawers
6 pair pantaloons (old & new.)
1 vest.
6 pairs Rubbers. -
3 pair woolen drawers
3 “ undershirts. -

Geo. I. Hillyer

Nov 6 th. Received Central Committee
One Mens Common Coat, to be returned in kind or Equivalent.
Value [$5.00?]
Curtiss

Nov. 6 th. Received Central Committee for distribution among the necessitons of Topeka and its neighborhood.

50
5 pair socks
3 “ Cotton Hose.
4 “ Women’s Woollen “

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Nov 6.
4 Women’s Chemises.
2 Children’s Night-dresses
3 Shirts
1 pr Mittens
2 Woollen Skirts
3 pair drawers
2 Hoods
1 Skein Thread & Cotton.
2 Comforts
4 Woollen Shirts
2 Ladies jackets
5 Calico dresses
3 Children’s Aprons
2 Ladies under-flannel
2 “ Cloaks.
1 pr Cotton drawers
4 pr pants
2 vests
3 flannel Skirts
3 Coats
2 pair Mittens
2 Wollen Shirts
2 Shawls
2 pair wristlets
10 yards Cheap Calico
60

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Nov 6 th.
10 years bleached Muslin
2 Cotton Handerkerchiefs
3 yards de-laine
5 ½ yards Cotton flannel.
1 Handkerchief
1 pair Wollen Drawers
2 “ Socks
A quantity of thread, pins, & tape, &c &c.

S E Martain
Per A Curtiss

Nov 6 th Received Central Committee

1 pr woollen Hose
4 pr Children’s “
1 pr woollen Hose (woman’s)
1 Calico dress. – (child’s.)
1 Calico Jack (Child’s.)
1 Delaine Jacket (“)
1 woman’s Chemise.
2 Childrens “
1 womans Skirt
2 Childrens “
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1 pr mittens
1 woman’s Calico dress –

[Page 20]

Thread, needles, Tape &c –

Elizabeth Burr. Her X mark.
Near Hickory Point.

Nov 6. Received Central Committee.
½ Sack flour
15 lb unbolted “
3 lbs Rice -
E C Cooley
Mud Spring

6 Received Central Committee
4 yards Cotton Cloth
2 “ Cotton Flannel
3 yards Calico (Printed)
1 pr Childs woollen Hose.
Thread, Tape, &c. ---

Elizabeth Clark. Her X mark
Willow Springs (to send flour)

Received Central Committee
4 pr Hose – (Cotton.)
1 Childs Apron
1 “ Dress
11 1 lb Tea.
1 woollen Skirt
1 Flannell Undergarment

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Nov 6
3 Childs Chemises
3 pr Children’s Hose
1 Flannel Skirt - 1 pr Rubbers. –
1 pr Hose 1 lb Tea. –
3 yards printed Calico.
2 yards Cotton Cloth
Thread, Tape, & Buttons.

Sarah Jane Smith. Her X mark.

Received Central Committee for distribution at Topeka.
4 Sack flour
4 “ meal
2 sacks unbolted Flour –

Geo. I. Hillyer
For Dr Martin Topeka

Received Central Committee
1 lb Tea
16 1 pr Rubbers -
1 Nightgown. 1 pr Hose. –
1 pr womans Hose
1 piece Bleached linen for Shirts
2 yards printed Calico.
1 Sack Meal to be divided between the

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Nov 6

Subscriber & Mrs Smith. ---

C. B. Alexander
Willow Springs

6 th Received Central Committee
Two Coats (1 Over, & One under [xxx]
To be returned in kind or Equivalent
1 pair Socks
Value $15.00

Geo. I. Hillyer

6 th Received Central Committee
one Pair Boots & 1 pair Rubbers
1 pair Mittens. 1 pair socks
one ovr shirt

George Bell
pr O. C. [Beckwith?]

6 th Received Central Committee
One sack flour, to be distributed Between the subscriber & Mr John Mc Hutchinson. –
8
3 lbs Rice
Dried Apples. –

Wakarusa - I. C. Hutchinson. His X mark

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Nov 6. Received Central Committee
One pair woolen Drawers.

A. O. Carpenter

Nov 6 Received Central Committee –
6 yards Calico (figured.)
8 yards Cotton Cloth.
3 yards Cotton flannel.
Remnant Calico print.
4 woollen undershirts (Men’s)
4 “ “ Drawers (“)
womens woolen Skirts
8 womens Chemises
2 Childrens “
womens Dresses.
8 pair Socks
pair Boots.
10 Shirts & Chemises
2 Childrens “
3 prs Mittens
Pins, Needles, etc.

54

The above, for distribution among the poor at Ossawatomie. - I. Benjamin
[xxx] Adair

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Nov 6. Received Central Committee
3 pair pillow-cases
1 pair Sheets.
Remnant Cotton-flannel.
6 yards Bleached Calico.
10 “ “ “
9 “ figured print –
1 ½ yards red flannel.
5 yards Cotton flannel.
1 womans Shawl
1 Childs “
1 womans Flannel petticoat.
1 “ “ “
1 “ woolen “
1 “ “ “
3 Mens woolen Shirts
3 “ “ Drawers
2 Mens woolen Shirts
1 “ “ Roundabout.
12 womens Chemises. –
4 Childrens “
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