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Legal correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Abbot R. Heywood

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Identifier: MSS-77
Scope and Contents Two brief letters from Ogden, Utah attorney, Abbot R.

Heywood to John M. Cannon dated January 25, 1902 and

February 11, 1902. Correspondence concerns Willard

Snider.
Dates: 1902

Biddle Family Power of Attorney

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Identifier: MSS-123
Scope and Contents Power of attorney from principals John T. Biddle, William A. Biddle, Alice M.

Ohlson, Albert H. Biddle, George E. Biddle, Lizzie A. Bird, Williams Greer Wilton and Mae

Wilton Grow, given to agent, Attorney Geo. J. Kelly of Ogden, Utah, March 21, 1923.
Dates: 1923-03-21

E. Bennett and Sons

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Identifier: MSS-90
Scope and Contents Summons for E. Bennett and Sons to appear in court before Judge A. Perrin in Ogden, Utah. Dated August 2, 1898.
Dates: 1898-08-02

Maggie Faulkner Papers

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Identifier: MSS-100
Scope and Contents Territorial Reform School of Utah commitment and discharge papers for Maggie Faulkner of Ogden, Utah, 1890 and 1891. Includes a District Court Commitment for March 28, 1890, a discharge paper for December 24, 1890, and a letter from the United States Marshal’s Office on a decision to recommit her to the State Industrial School of Utah, dated December 17, 1891. Oversized manuscripts drawer.
Dates: 1890 - 1891

Ogden City vs. Pingree and Lawes

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Identifier: MSS-108
Scope and Contents Correspondence from the law office of J.W. Metcalf representing the City

Marshal and Chief of Police, Ogden, Utah. Concerns city court case of Ogden City vs. Joseph Pingree and Nathan Lawes for disturbing the peace. Dated July 26, 1890.
Dates: 1890-07-26