Checkbook, 1830-1837.


Checkbook, 1830-1837.

The book contains annotated stubs for checks drawn on the Merchants' Bank in the City of New York and several blank checks. This was apparently a secondary account, with money being regularly transferred to an account in the Bank of New York, in which the Leverich family held stock. There are no entries for the period from April 1832 to September 1835.

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