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Robert B. Snow Collection, 1802-1933Add to your cart. | MS Manuscripts

Title: Robert B. Snow Collection, 1802-1933Add to your cart.
ID: MS/MS/ms105
Extent: 1.0 Boxes
Predominant Dates: 1802-1933
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Folder 1: Deed of sale, for land in Franklinton, Ross County, Ohio. John Blair to John Kelly, 1802: February 20
Folder 2: Deed of sale, for land in St. Louis city. Reine Guilgourt to Marie Philippe Leduc, 1815: September 29
Folder 3: Transfer of title, pending payment of debt, St. Louis City. Joseph Hertzog and wife to James Morrison, 1822: May 16
Folder 4: Transfer of title, of land in St. Louis city to Louis A. Benoist, at public auction due to debt of Paulette Dejardin, brought against him by John Baptiste Bouvet. Executed by Robert Simpson, Sheriff of St. Louis County. Attached: January 26, 1827, copy of instructions to Sheriff Simpson to recover the debt, from Archibald Gamble, Clerk of St. Louis County; and February 10, 1827. Copy of statement of intent by Sheriff Simpson to offer the property at public auction, 1827: April 12
Folder 5: Promissory note, binding land in St. Louis County as collateral on the debt of Francis Robidoux and Michel Laderoute to Michael Rourke, 1828: February 12
Folder 6: Deed of sale, for land in St. Louis city. Francois Robidoux and wife to Michael Rourke. Certified by Thomas Sappington and recorded by Archibald Gamble, 1828: February 11
Folder 7: Bill of sale, male slave called James. St. Louis city. By John Simonds, Jr. to George Collier, 1829: August 29
Folder 8: Legal brief. Testimony to St. Louis Court sitting as a Court of Chancery by Michael Rourke claiming title to land in St. Louis city by default of Christian Wilt and Joseph Hertzog and their heirs, 1830
Folder 9: Decree by Circuit Court of St. Louis sitting as Court of Chancery. Michael Rourke vs. Edward Hempstead et al. Transfers title to disputed land in St. Louis city to Rourke unless appealed within five years. Judge William C. Carr. Certified and recorded by Archibald Gamble, 1830: April 20
Folder 10: Morris Johnson and Clem. [Tingtry], Philadelphia, to George Collier, St. Louis, concerning a business matter, 1831: January 5
Folder 11: The Town House. Minutes of meeting of [Committee] concerned with establishing a Public Hospital in the City of St. Louis. George Collier elected President and Josiah Spaulding, Secretary. Incorporated as "Managers of the St. Louis Hospital." Minutes approved and signed as proof of agreement to incorporate by: John Mullanphy, Joseph C. Laveille, Bernard Pratte, Thornton Grimsley, John O'Fallon, Daniel D. Page, James Clemens Jr., Peter Lindell, George Collier, David B. Hill, Martin Thomas, Augustus Kerr, William C. Carr, William C. Clark, William H. Ashley, Peter Ferguson, William F. Pococke, Michael Reily, Josiah Spaulding, George F. Strother, Paschal Cerre, George Morton and Herbert Guian, 1831: May 2
Folder 12: Deed of sale, for land in St. Louis city. From Louise A. Benoist to Anne Collet. Also grants right of way privilege and use of a well on nearby property. Certified by [M.P. Leduc], recorded by Archibald Gamble, 1831: June 9
Folder 13: Deed of sale, for land in St. Louis city. From Ann Collett to Edward Tracy on behalf of Sophia C. Collett, 1832: July 10
Folder 14: Deed of sale, for land in Carondelet, Missouri. From John Voets and wife to Frederick Dent, 1836: March 22
Folder 15: Bill of sale, male slave named Lewis Carrico. St. Louis, Missouri. By Reuben Musick to William M. Morrison, 1836: April 25
Folder 16: Bill of sale for male slave called John Henry, aged 20. St. Louis City. By Louis Yosti to George Collier. Yosti had obtained the slave from Elisha McClelland in payment for debts
Folder 17: Testimony of Patrick Walsh, Notary Public, St. Louis City, of failure of [H.P. Miller] to meet a promissory note, on behalf of The Bank of the State of Missouri; attached: February 1, 1838. Promissory note, 1839: Feburary 4
Folder 18: Deed of sale, for land in Carondelet, Missouri. By [Saugrain] Michau and wife to Josette Wilson, 1841: March 8
Folder 19: Land grant, St. Louis County, Missouri. To William G. Pettus. Proxy signature of John Tyler as President. Recorded in Lincoln County, Missouri, October 2, 1855, 1841: December 10
Folder 20: Lease for land in Carondelet, Missouri. By the Board of Trustees, Town of Carondelet to Patrick L. McLoughlin and John R. Dicks. Part of second sheet is missing, 1845: January 18
Folder 21: Bil of sale, two male slaves. New Orleans, Louisiana. By Silas Craig of Chicot County, Arkansas, to James W. Goslee and Rufus J. Lackland of St. Louis, Missouri, 1845: February 14
Folder 22: Deed of sale, for land in St. Louis County, Missouri. By inhabitants of town of Carondelet to Patrick l. McLaughlin and John R. Dicks. Incomplete, 1845: April 1
Folder 23: Deed of sale, for land in the Town of Carondelet, Missouri. By inhabitants of the town to Frederick Dent, 1848: April 1
Folder 24: Transfer of title, of land in St. Louis city as collaterial on debts of Frederick Lack and wife to Joseph Sale, Jr., [on behalf of] George Oslow, 1858: April 15
Folder 25: Deed of sale, for land in St. Louis city. By George Ouslow and wife to Frederick Lack, 1858: April 15
Folder 26: U.S. Patent Office. Refister of patent to McClintock Young of Frederick, Maryland, for improvements in combined rake and reel for harvestors. [Signed] by Jacob Thompson, Commissioner of Patents. Attached: Statement by M. Young attesting to his invention, witnessed by A.B. Stoughton and E. Cohen; Also attached: drawing of the invention and signed statement and seal of E.P. Holloway, Commissioner of Patents, 1860: September 18
Folder 27: Land grant, for land near Springfield, Missouri. John Bracy to Basil Beall. Proxy signature of Abraham Lincoln, as President. Recorded in Jefferson County, Missouri, by Samuel B. LaForce, 1870: November 9, 1861: June 1
Folder 28: Brief of suit, Randolf County, Missouri. Jonathan [Chestnutwood], Administrator of John Goeble, deceased vs. Catherine Lord, et al. over settlement of estate of John Goeble, 1863: April
Folder 29: Deed of sale, for land in St. Louis County. By Trustees of the Cumberland Presbyterian German Church, (Gethsemane Congregation), to Joseph Peters, 1866: April 16
Folder 30: Legal brief, St. Louis City, Missouri. Charles A. Fritz, Samuel Wainwright and Peter Klingel vs. Maurice Schuster (defendant). Petition to establish land rights, by attorney for the plaintifs, unidentified, 1867: February
Folder 31: Deed of sale with mortgage, for land in St. Louis City. By Frederick Gelfort to James E. Kairne and David F. Kairne, guaranteed by Benjamin Lynds, 1867: August 1
Folder 32: Deed of sale, for land in Lincoln County, Missouri. Sheroff's dead for land of James Portes sold at public auction for debt of mortgage to James Rose, 1867: September 28
Folder 33: Legal brief, St. Louis City, Missouri. Charles A. Fritz, Samuel Wainwright and Peter Klingel va. Maurice Schuster, pleading for the defendant on basis of amended petition by attorney Henry Hitchcock, 1867: October
Folder 34: Receipts for rent paid by Joseph Peters to Mary L. Tyler: March 31, 1869; March 31, 1869; December 31, 1872; September 30, 1872, 1868-1872
Folder 35: Brief of suit, Camp Khamgaon, India. Albert Vinay, plaintif, vs. C. Smith and Co., for failure to pay wages. Summation of the decision; case lost, 1868: October 6
Folder 36: Deed of trust, swamp and overflowed lands, Dunklin, Missouri. Transfer of title of lands described therein to Dunklin County, Missouri, from the State of Missouri. [Proxy signature] of Joseph W. McClurg, Governor of Missouri. Recorded by Register of Lands, State of Missouri, 1874: November 5, 1870: April 9
Folder 37: Will of Bernard Crickard. Some figures in autograph in margin. "For Judge Madill with complements of S. Simmons" in autograph on first page, 1872: November 2
Folder 38: Promissory note, St. Louis [A.L.] Levy to Joseph Peters, 1872: November 14
Folder 39: Deed of mortgage for land in St. Louis City. Joseph Peters and wife to John H, Conrades, Adolphus Wippern and The Franklin Avenue German Savings Institution, lenders. Signed statements by various individuals, 1873: January 14
Folder 40: Will of William S. Ervins of St. Louis city, Missouri, as recorded in Dona Ana County, New Mexico. Attached: Proof of witnesses, etc, 1873: September 10
Folder 41: Deed of sale, for land in Lincoln County, Missouri. By Charles H. Wells to Philip Bluestar, trustee for Mary Wilson. Land sold on account of debt of Constantino Giamboni, 1874: November 21
Folder 42: Deed of sale, for land in St. Louis County, Missouri. By William C. Hull and wife of Westport, Connecticut, to Martha Louisa Hull of Hardeman County, Tennessee, 1879: February 19
Folder 43: Joseph Peters Furniture Co. Description of the factory, with a drawing, 1880: May 14
Folder 44: Deed of sale, for land in [McLunnarnd, Texas]. By J.A. McKissack to J. Anderson, 1880: July 19
Folder 45: Deed of sale, for land in Lincoln County, Missouri. By John Henry Donnewald and wife, et al, to John Kaimann, 1881: April 4
Folder 46: Deed of sale, for land in St. Louis City known as Cardondelet Common Fields. By Margaret J. Yore to John McFarland of Lexington, Kentucky, 1881: April 22
Folder 47: Deed of sale, for land in Morgan, Bosque County, Texas. By A. Peterson and wife to Joseph Peters Furniture Co., St. Louis, Missouri, 1883: October 5
Folder 48: Deed of sale, for land in Lincoln, County, Missouri. By John Kaimann and wife to Thomas Stringer, 1885: March 13
Folder 49: Receipt for rent of Joseph Peters Furniture Co. to David Ranken, Jr., St. Louis, 1890: January 20
Folder 50: Acceptance as Executors, Fayette County, Kentucky. Typescript [carbon?] agreement for Eric Bergland and William C. McFarland to execute the will of John McFarland. Attested to by attached statement of Lewis Clark, Fayette County Court, 1890: July 30
Folder 51: World's Columbian Exposition. Report of expenses and profits of concessions, 1893
Folder 52: Deed of sale, for land in St. Louis city. By David Ranken, Jr., to Joseph Peters Furniture Co., 1893: April 26
Folder 53: Joseph Peters Furniture Co. Account of shareholders meeting. Signed by Joseph Peters, President, and Joseph A. Steinmeyer, Secretary. Copy filed in the Record Office, 1894: September 19
Folder 54: Circular, printed, advertising lots of land for housing estate called South Overland Park, 1904
Folder 55: Deed of sale, for land in St. Louis city. By George Ouslow and wife to Augusta Heger, 1905: September 26
Folder 56: Haughton, Ida Cochran to Albert Blair of San Francisco reporting her genealogical search of Captain John Blair, 1905: September 26
Folder 57: Abstract of title, for land in Paris, Edgar County, Illinois. Abstract of the conveyances of record, 1927
Folder 58: Abstract of title, for land in Shiloh, Illinois, in behalf of Federal Land Bank, St. Louis, Missouri. Land deed to State of Illinois for public road purposes, 1933
Folder 59: Circular, printed, advertising a housing estate called McNamee Heights, St. Louis County, no date
Folder 60: Notice of claim to an invention to improve harvesting machines by W.P. Penn, Jacob Geiss and Jacob Brosins of Beleville, Illinois. Process described; drawings mentioned in text not attached, No date
Folder 61: Abstract of title, for land in Shiloh, Illinois, in behalf of [Federal Land Bank, St. Louis, Missouri]. Statement of conveyances and encumbrances, No date

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