Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of papers belonging to John Green, including his bank statements of deposit, a post office receipt, a bill to Joseph Lineberry for "two dollars cash," and a letter home to his mother in Virginia from Lewiston, Idaho. The letter to his mother mentions a smallpox scare, the weather, a very pleasant Thanksgiving, and a visit from Idaho University President Blanton.
The J.W. Todd and George P. Pell Law Firm Records is a digital collection consisting of scans of documents from the law firm dating to the early 1900s. The scans are housed on ten CDs.
The Office of Design and Construction was created in 1996 as a separate operating unit within Business Affairs, carrying out some of the operations that used to be undertaken by the Physical Plant. These records contain documents related to daily operation of the office, files pertaining to projects carried out by the office, and a variety of administrative documents, dating 1988-2002, with bulk dates of 1993-1998.
The Office of Institutional Research, Assessment & Planning operates within Academic Affairs, and has existed under its current name since 2001. It has previously operated as the Office of Long Range Planning, the Office of University Planning and the Office of Institutional Research and Planning. These records contain mostly files created in the process of generating reports including statistical data files, self-studies files, and planning/project files, dating 1962-2004.
This ledger book is from an unnamed attorney who practiced in Watauga County, North Carolina. It lists accounts charged and received in the year 1933.