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[Letter from A. D. Whiteside Concerning Financial Statements, January 2, 1935]

Description: Letter from A. D. Whiteside requesting financial statements from business partners as "[i]t is extremely important under existing conditions to expedite...the flow of merchandise and finance." Whiteside's company is "the largest agency in the world...acting between you and your sources of credit." Also included in the record is the envelope that the letter was delivered in.
Date: January 2, 1935
Creator: Whiteside, A. D.
Partner: City of Grapevine

[Receipt from the Kerr County Abstract Company]

Description: Receipt from the Kerr County Abstract Company in accordance with W. H. Bonnell, Ethel Dickey, and Helen Liljegren. This receipt lists out separate documentation including patents, agreements, and abstracts as well as their costs; the total is printed at the bottom of the second page. Also included is the piece of receipt tape with the costs added up to reach the total printed in red.
Date: {1929-01-02..1929-01-21}
Creator: Kerr County Abstract Company
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[School Finance Ledger]

Description: Ledger kept by Martin O'Connor for a school assignment, detailing various financial transactions. A note written on the inside cover says "Martin O'Connor, St. Edward's College, Austin, Texas."
Date: [1893-02-01..1893-02-18]
Creator: O'Connor, Martin
Partner: Texas Coastal Bend Collection

[USO Financial Statement, 1947]

Description: Financial statement prepared by the United Service Organizations, Inc., according to the title this statement covers their financials as of December 31, 1947 and discusses their termination costs in 1948. The report covers numerous categories: 1947 Budget and Campaign Goal, Funds Available During 1947, USO Terminal Costs During 1948, Final Reserve, Commitments Beyond December 31, 1947, Financial Position December 1, 1947, and Military Operations Financed by USO in 1948 and Delegated to Member Agency Management.
Date: [1947..1948]
Creator: United Service Organizations, Inc.
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Report of the Account Balance for Company B 49th Armored Infantry Battalion]

Description: Report concerning the status of the financial account balance of Company B 49th Armored Infantry Battalion, signed by Charles R. Griggs and two other men. The statement shows that this company has $89.84 on hand, with no cash in the bank; the next section shows that these funds were transferred from Griggs to Walter E. Alroud, with a final certification signed off at the bottom of the page. The text at the top of the second page acknowledging that the company's funds were "audited and found correct."
Date: [1945-06..1945-07]
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Notes: Interview by Scott Mackey]

Description: An interview by Scott Makey, from the Dallas Voice newspaper, following AIDS patients who exchanged their life insurance policies for cash with viatical settlement companies. Handwritten revisions are visible throughout the document.
Date: 1993
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections