Bullion and Exchange Bank (Carson City, Nev.)
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Bullion and Exchange Bank Records
The Bullion and Exchange Bank of Carson City, Nevada was established in 1875 as the Carson City Savings Bank. THe collection includes two volumes of manuscript drafts written by the Bullion and Exchange Bank on the Anglo-California Bank of San Francisco, one volume of daily statements, one ledger, and 7 folders of invoices and correspondence dating from 1877-1931.
J. S. Cain Company Correspondence
J. S. Cain (1854-1938) was integral to the mining operations as well as the preservation of Bodie, California, as reflected by his mining company. The correspondence in this collection is from 1886-1904 and is primarily to the Bullion and Exchange Bank in Carson City, Nevada regarding banking business of the J. S. Cain Company.
Letter from A. Livingston to the Bullion and Exchange Bank Carson City
On January 29, 1897, Nevada Governor Reinhold Sadler signed a bill making "glove contest" prizefights legal in Nevada. Collection contains one letter written by Al Livingston to the Bullion and Exchange Bank, Carson City on May 10, 1902 stating that Livingston has given Harry Corbett, brother of former heavyweight champion Jim Corbett, a check for $1,000 for a glove contest to take place in Nevada in July 1902.
Pless Dredging and Reclamation Company Correspondence
Letters to the Bullion and Exchange Bank (Carson City, Nevada) from the Pless Dredging and Reclamation Company discuss the effect of war on finances of the United States, the incorporation of the Pless Company, the bank's need to exercise care in the display of its money, and a stockholders' meeting of the Merchant's Ice and Cold Storage Company. Dates range from 1899-1902.