Anspach & Rogers records, 1787-1795.

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Anspach & Rogers records, 1787-1795.

Business correspondence, bills and receipts for the sale and purchase of loan certificates, such as the Loan Office Continental, Jersey State, New Loan, etc., along with some indents, military warrants, and other papers, 1787-1795, of Anspach & Rogers, the New York City firm of Peter Anspach and Charles Platt Rogers.

3 boxes (ca. 900 items)

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Anspach, Peter.

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Ten Eyck & Cockcroft.

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Anspach & Rogers (N.Y.)

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Firm of partners Peter Anspach and Charles Platt Rogers, New York City. The firm was evidently involved in the sale, trade, and settlement of loan certificates originally issued to cover the expenses of the revolutionary war. From the description of Anspach & Rogers records, 1787-1795. (New York University, Group Batchload). WorldCat record id: 58781176 ...

Graham, William, of Philadelphia.

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New Jersey. Continental Loan Office.

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Dill, John

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Forde, Standish.

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Rogers, Charles Platt.

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United States. Continental Loan Office

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Francis Hopkinson was a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and in 1778 became treasurer of the Continental Loan Office. He later became a federal judge. From the description of Bill of exchange to be paid to Tobias Ten Eyck. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 778207397 ...