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Guide to the Clarence and George Carr Papers MS 191
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Series I: Personal Papers

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Correspondence: Clarence Carr, 1867-1887


Clarence writes home and describes having dinner with an ex-surgeon from the Rebel Army, June 27, 1867
Clarence writes to his mother and sister in response to news of his father’s death, December 29, 1869
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Correspondence: George S. Carr, 1898-1915 and undated


Alice Carr writes to George and Charles to tell them the details of their father’s death and mother’s abandonment, July 1898
George receives permission from Andrew Cutler to marry his daughter Bessie Cutler, March 27, 1905
Letter “to be delivered after the death of Alice E. Carr” in which Alice again relates the family history, undated
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Receipts, 1904-1924 and undated


Receipts for George S. Carr from Marston Company, Schiller & Murtha, as well as tuition and laboratory receipts from College of Medicine at University of Southern California.
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Miscellanea, 1906-1913 and undated


Contract for pueblo lots sold to George and Charles Carr
Business cards and IOU notes
Handwritten note about “unsold stamps from Burbeck collection”

Series II: G. S. Carr Company

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Property agreements, 1910 April 4-1915 April 15


Contracts in 1912 between Joseph Alonzo Hyde and the G.S. Carr Company include specifications for building a house
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Account statements, 1911 April 29-1913 May 20

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Receipts and payments, 1909 May 4-1915 October 6

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Miscellanea, 1915 December 15 and undated


Blank checks and contracts for the G.S. Carr Company, as well as a record of all G.S. Carr Company property under George and Bessie Carr’s names
Map of downtown San Diego titled “Central Business Section – George S. Carr” (in Oversize Collections D4)
Second page of George and Bessie Carr’s property holdings (in Oversize Collections D4)