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Register of the Stuart Oregon History Collection, 1844-1937
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1.1: 1844-1850


1)-Agreement: Thos. G. Naylor to Thos. Newbanks, 8-15-44 [harvesting wheat in exchange for part of crop]


2)-Corresp.: Alvin T. Smith, West Tualatin to Jacob Hampton, 2-9-49 [re probate order of Robt. Owen]


3)-Corresp.: S.E. Crawford to S.K. Thurston, 3-21-50 [re possible business in Oregon City]


4)-Bill of Sale: Stephen Coffin to Delos Jefferson, 5-10-50 [misc. lots in Portland]


5)-Bill of Sale: Wm. McCluer to Jacob S. Richardson [?], 6-7-50 [misc. lots in Astoria totalling 640 ac]


1.2: 1852-1859


1)-Bill of Sale: Jas. & Esther Taylor to Walter Pomeroy, 10-5-52 [misc. lots in Oregon City]


2)-Corresp.: J.S. Morrison, Althouse Creek to M. Crawford, 3-3-53 [describes mining & weather conditions; requests stake to go to Illinois R.]


3)-Corresp.: S.H. Fouts to A.F. Hedges, Oregon City, 3-28-53 [explains why not coming to Oregon]


4)-Corresp.: Anonymous to "Dear Brother," 9-2-53 [asks for money to buy printing press back east]


5)-Corresp.: O.B. Preston to Dr. Welch, 2-8-55


6)-Rent Recpt.: Jas. Selwood to John Force, Salem, 8-2-57


7)-Recpt.: Wilson J. Hunt to Victoria Laundry, 9-6-58


8)-Bill of Sale: Jas. Williams, Linn Co. to Jesse Looney, 12-7-58 [misc. lots in Albany]


9)-Oath of Office: Aaron E. Wait, Judge, 3-18-59


1.3: 1860-1880


1)-Note: S. Smith, Oregon City to Mr. Brutscher, 5-26-60 [brief note asking for release of cattle to bearer]


2)-Inward Ship's Manifest: S.S. Pacific [SF] docking at Astoria, 11-10-61


3)-Bill of Sale: Cyrus Olney to Joab W. Moffitt, 7-1-62 [lot in Astoria]


4)-Corresp.: "Your Loving Louise" to "My Darling Brother," 1-63[?] [3 l.] [family news, location unclear]


5)-Corresp.: Henry F. Block, Portland to Capt. J.T. Apperson, 2-3-64 [inquiry about lots for sale]


6)-Corresp.: J.M. Bacon to J.T. Apperson, 2-23-64 [Masonic dunning letter]


7)-Deed: Kimball B. Mercer to Jas. G. Smith, 3-28-64 [property in Yamhill Co.]


8)-Corresp.: Geo. B. Curry, Ft. Hoskins to Dr. J.T. Apperson, 2-15-65 [re boredom of soldier's life]


9)-Stock Certificate: To S. Coffin in People's Transportation Co., Portland, 4-65


10)-Stock Certificate: To E.T. Cooke in Santiam Gold & Silver Mining Co., 8-19-65


11)-Bill: A.C. Gibbs & Co. to Breutscher, Oregon Iron Works, 1-19-66


12)-Tax Recpt.: USIRS to D.B. Foster, retail liquor dealer, 7-2-67


13)-Certificate of Election: Aaron E. Wait, Mayor of Portland, 7-24-67


14)-Bid: J.D. McDonald, Portland to Jacob Stitzell, 1-1-69 [to do carpentry on Odd Fellows Hall?]


15)-Tax Recpt.: USIRS to J. R. Cornelius, retailer, 1-16-69


16)-Bid: F. Hirsch for Odd Fellows Hall, Portland, excavation, 4-26-69


17)-Corresp.: E. Cartwright, Portland to J.R. Cornelius, 5-10-69 [re flax seed]


18)-Bid: Emmons S. MacKay, Portland to ?, 9-27-69 [to do lathe & plaster on Odd Fellows Hall]


19)-Dividend Recpt.: People's Transportation Co., Salem to L.E. Pratt, 1-17-72


20)-Stock Certificate: Tellurium Quartz Mining Co., Canyonville to Mrs. S.P. Hills, 4-14-79


21)-Biographical sketch of Mr. & Mrs. Rollin Tyler Tozier, n.d. [Mr. Tyler, d. 1846, before settling in Oregon, a cousin of Pres. John Tyler]


1.4: 1880-1900


1)-Corresp.: Ed. Hirsch, Salem to P. Meaks & Co., Roseburg, 4-19-81 [re loan]


2)-Recpt.: State of Oregon to Edward Hirsch, 9-30-84


3)-Corresp.: S.M. Stocksleyn, Washington DC to Binger Hermann, 6-23-86 [re Roseburg land purchase]


4)-Corresp.: Wm. B. Royal, School Dir., Paisley to Judge L.R. Webster, 10-22-87 [re use of school funds]


5)-Stock Certificate: Eureka & Excelsior Gold Mining Co., 11-5-88


6)-Deed: E.O. Hyde to G.W. Johnson, Linn Co., 6-12-90


7)-Corresp.: A. Hinman, Forest Grove to Geo. W. Williams, 10-15-90 [re change in charter of Pacific University]


8)-Recpt.: Vancouver Transportation Co. to C.H. Martin, 2-24-92 [pmt. for sack of beans lost overboard]


1.5: 1901-37


1)-C. Bourne Co., Portland to Lewis Howard, John Day, 3-17-06 [political advertising]


2)-Oregon Pioneer Assn., Women's Auxiliary ribbon, 6-17-37