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SP00038.pdf
This is a receipt of payment for Edwin G. Eastman, created by M. Thayer on July 20, 1871. In the receipt, Thayer acknowledges the sale of two horses to Eastman for $750. Thayer attests in the handwritten receipt that both horses are of generally…

SP00036.pdf
This is a receipt acknowledging full payment in the amount of $10. The money was paid from the account of Edwin G. Eastman on July 20, 1871. The payment was made to what appears to be M. Thayer. It is not clear what service or product the payment…

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This is a receipt of payment for Edwin G. Eastman from Joe Baker written on July 17, 1871. Baker charged Eastman $5.00 "for consultation  advice in relation to a pair of horses bought." It is unclear who Joe Baker was. The two horses mentioned were…

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This is a receipt of payment produced for Edwin. G. Eastman. Eastman paid $5 from the account of Henry Shelton Sanford (1823-1891) for an unspecified service or product to an undecipherable seller. Eastman was an associate of Henry Shelton Sanford.…

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This is a bank statement created by D. G. Ambler for Edwin G. Eastman. The statement provides a list of deposits and transfers between March and June 1871. Ambler was a banker located in Jacksonville, Florida, who handled the financial and banking…

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This is a receipt of payment created by John Clark, a Forwarding and Commission Merchant and a dealer of groceries and provisions. It was produced for Edwin G. Eastman, acknowledging payment for $80.67 of grocery and shipment costs. The grocery order…

SP00029.pdf
This is a financial transaction written by Edwin G. Eastman for the company Fraser and Dice. It is presumably a makeshift personal check, written on ordinary writing paper. The written note requests that an amount of $1,000 be charged to the account…

SP00028.pdf
This is a personal check written on June 6, 1871 and addressed from Edwin G. Eastman to Jacob Brock in the amount of $16. Eastman was an associate of Henry Shelton Sanford. The two initially met through their mutual service in the U.S. Diplomatic…