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Abstract Born in 1893, John Cabot Blood was a landowner and lumber businessman from Grayville and Mt. Carmel, Illinois. The collection includes correspondence, cash receipts and disbursements, farm scale books, farm and lumber accounts, notes, tax records, and other financial records documenting Bloodâs management of family farm lands in Illinois and Indiana and his involvement in the Blood Lumber Company.
Dates: Created: 1877-1967; Other: Majority of material found in 1920-1954; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1977
Collection — Box: 3
Scope and Contents Louis Aubert was a member of the French High Commission to the United States, a diplomatic delegation to foster the alliance between the two nations after the United States entered the First World War in 1917.Consists of one letter written by Aubert from Paris to Jessie Palmer Weber of the Illinois State Historical Library in 1921. Aubert thanks Weber for sending a report of the Illinois Centennial Commission and recalls when he addressed the Illinois Centennial Celebration in 1918....
Dates: Created: 1921
Collection — Box: 77
Scope and Contents Oaths of those appointed legal advisors for Springfield Local Board 1 and 2 and other persons performing duties in the administration of the Selective Service Law, 1917-1918. Each is signed and dated by the appointee and a notary public.
Dates: Created: 1917 - 1918
Collection — oversize_drawer: 56
Abstract Includes correspondence, census records, personal papers, legal documents, and certificates for births, deaths, marriages, baptisms. Spanning several generations of the Sullivan Family.
Dates: Created: 1828 - 1974