Lawyers -- Correspondence
Found in 5 Records:
This collection consists of correspondence, legal forms and receipts arranged chronologically.
Business correspondence of Edwin LeRoy Carney and Charles Thomas Carney, 1894-1900. This collection of 279 letters is divided into two groups: those written to Edwin Carney and those written to Charles Carney. All of the letters are arranged alphabetically, and then chronologically within the alphabet. A letterpress book, containing letters presenting the Carneys' business interests, is also part of the collection.
The correspondence is almost exclusively between Ware and William E. Connelley. They discuss their various research and publications, personal and business matters, and on Kansas and national politics.
This letterbook contains signed carbon copies of correspondence from Francis Fitzwillam, an attorney in Leavenworth, Kansas, dating from June 9, 1910 to July 14, 1913. There is an index to the letterbook.
Correspondence of S.A. Wood, a lawyer in Lawrence, Kansas, in which he attempts to trace people for repayment of loans he had made using U.S. Savings Bonds as collateral