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Excerpt from Colonial Records of the New York Chamber of Commerce, With Historical and Biographical Sketches The members of the Chamber of Commerce doth agree that the Treasurer shall provide for their use a strong chest wherein shall be deposited their cash, books and papers which is to have three different good locks and keys - one key to be kept by the President, one by the Author: John Austin Stevens.
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Colonial records of the New York Chamber of Commerce, with Historical and 17681784; book sketches Family History Library Compilation of Published Sources MyHeritage. Acquired by theRare Book and Manuscript Library at Columbia University inthe arrangement and description of the New York Chamber of Commerce records (–) is now complete.
The archival records of the New York Chamber of Commerce provide a thorough history of this organization, rendering a vivid portrait of the Chamber by means of committee records, minute. New York Chamber of Commerce, and John Austin Stevens, Colonial records of the New York Chamber of Commerce, With historical and biographical sketches (New York: John F.
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Colonial records of the New York Chamber of commerce These records document the history of the New York Chamber of Commerce and Industry, beginning with its establishment in Tracking the wax and wane of the organization's influence over the next two centuries, the collection provides a first hand account of the Chamber's many contributions to New York City and State business and development.
Page is a printed note stating the Colonial Records properly close with the Meeting of 6 May, In the spring of the Chamber was reorganized by an act of the New York State legislature. The name of the Chamber was changed to "The Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York.
Get this from a library. Colonial records of the New York Chamber of commerce. [New York Chamber of Commerce.]. New York Chamber of Commerce. Colonial records of the New York Chamber of commerce, New York, J.F. Trow & Co., (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: New York Chamber of Commerce.
OCLC Number: Reproduction. Report to the Chamber of Commerce and Board of Underwriters of the City of New-York on the proceedings of the International Congress: held at York in England, on the 25th, 26th, and 27th days of September,to inaugurate measures to promote a uniformity in the mode of adjusting general averages in the different countries of the world: with an appendix, containing the French, Dutch.
Report of the New-York Chamber of Commerce for the Years Aug. 4, Credit The New York Times Archives. See the article in its original. New York Chamber of Commerce. Colonial records of the New York Chamber of Commerce, New York, B.
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No medals were given to the general medal is by Tiffany & Company that commemorates the dedication of the New York State Chamber Of Commerce building that was located at 65 Liberty Street in New York City between Nassau Street and Broadway.
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Cornbury, Dec 5, Committees. "Colonial records of the New York Chamber of Commerce, With Historical and biographical sketches" by John Austin Stevens Jr.; pub. New York: J.F. Trow & Co.,pgs. John Cruger (/ – Aug ) was an immigrant to colonial New York with an uncertain place of birth, but his family was originally Danish.
In New York from at leasthe became a prosperous merchant and established a successful family. He served as an alderman for twenty-two years and as 38th Mayor of New York City from until his death in Children: 7, including John Cruger Jr.
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and Cornelius Clopper, Jr., of New York City, of all lands whereto Patrick Macknight was seized in his life time, except the lot in New York City bounded north by Vandewater lots, east by the highway, south by land of Cornelius Clopper, and west by the swamp or Cripple Bush.
D.S. with seals. Greater Allegany County Chamber of Commerce, Inc. State Road 19 Belmont, NY Phone: or Biography. Allicocke's origins are uncertain. Some records say that he was the son of an Antiguan, likely Captain Syer Allicocke, though in later life he himself claimed to hail from Ireland.
Most interesting is the record of Capt. John Montresor who, in his journals from the s, noted Allicocke to be 'son of a mulatto woman'. It remains unclear whether this was an unfounded rumor being. InReade married Anna French (–).
Anna was the daughter of Phillip French, who served as the Mayor of New York City from toand Annetje (née Philipse) French, the daughter of Frederick Philipse, 1st Lord of Philipsburg Manor, a Dutch merchant and one of the richest men in colonial New York.
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The name Aberjona appears in the earliest colonial records, but its origins are there were 21 tanneries and currying. the Secretary of the New York Chamber of Commerce (which was founded in ) reported that its charter could not be found although it had been seen twenty-five years before in the old Walton House, preserved in a mahogany case, with a circle at one end, to allow the entry of the old Colonial.
The Chamber of Commerce Building is located on 65 Liberty Street between Nassau Street and Broadway in the Financial District in Manhattan, New York building's architect was James Barnes Baker who designed the building with a Beaux-Arts style. The building is about four stories tall built with Vermont marble and includes a terrace and a mansard ectural style: Beaux-Arts.
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New York State Colonial Manuscripts and Land Papers. 63 vols., large Folio. – In office of Secretary of State, Albany. Otsego County: Land Records of.York County Chamber of Commerce, Yorktown, Virginia. 1, likes 16 talking about this were here. The York County Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit business membership organization 5/5(1).