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Correspondence, 1868

 File — Folder: 2
Scope and Content From the Collection: Collection of handwritten letters dated 1867-1871 and written by various agents in Cuba reporting on business conditions to merchants in Portland, Maine. Most of the letters are addressed to J.B. Brown and Sons or to Churchill, Browns and Manson. The letters report the market prices and sales of molasses, sugar, shooks (knock-down barrels), and other commodities. Additionally, they discuss market conditions, agricultural concerns, grinding and manufacturing activities, and shipping....
Dates: 1868

Letter from Rosell y Sabrino to Churchill, Browns & Manson Co., 1868 January 2

 Item — Folder: 2
Scope and Content From the Collection: Collection of handwritten letters dated 1867-1871 and written by various agents in Cuba reporting on business conditions to merchants in Portland, Maine. Most of the letters are addressed to J.B. Brown and Sons or to Churchill, Browns and Manson. The letters report the market prices and sales of molasses, sugar, shooks (knock-down barrels), and other commodities. Additionally, they discuss market conditions, agricultural concerns, grinding and manufacturing activities, and shipping....
Dates: 1868 January 2

Letter from Adot Spalding & Co. to Churchill, Browns & Manson Co., 1868 January 3

 Item — Folder: 2
Scope and Content From the Collection: Collection of handwritten letters dated 1867-1871 and written by various agents in Cuba reporting on business conditions to merchants in Portland, Maine. Most of the letters are addressed to J.B. Brown and Sons or to Churchill, Browns and Manson. The letters report the market prices and sales of molasses, sugar, shooks (knock-down barrels), and other commodities. Additionally, they discuss market conditions, agricultural concerns, grinding and manufacturing activities, and shipping....
Dates: 1868 January 3

Letter from J. C. Burnham & Co. to Churchill, Browns & Manson Co., 1868 January 4

 Item — Folder: 2
Scope and Content From the Collection: Collection of handwritten letters dated 1867-1871 and written by various agents in Cuba reporting on business conditions to merchants in Portland, Maine. Most of the letters are addressed to J.B. Brown and Sons or to Churchill, Browns and Manson. The letters report the market prices and sales of molasses, sugar, shooks (knock-down barrels), and other commodities. Additionally, they discuss market conditions, agricultural concerns, grinding and manufacturing activities, and shipping....
Dates: 1868 January 4

Letter from J. C. Burnham & Co. to Churchill, Browns & Manson Co., 1868 January 4

 Item — Folder: 2
Scope and Content From the Collection: Collection of handwritten letters dated 1867-1871 and written by various agents in Cuba reporting on business conditions to merchants in Portland, Maine. Most of the letters are addressed to J.B. Brown and Sons or to Churchill, Browns and Manson. The letters report the market prices and sales of molasses, sugar, shooks (knock-down barrels), and other commodities. Additionally, they discuss market conditions, agricultural concerns, grinding and manufacturing activities, and shipping....
Dates: 1868 January 4

Letter from J. K. Somers & Co. to Crhurchill, Browns & Manson Co., 1868 January 4

 Item — Folder: 2
Scope and Content From the Collection: Collection of handwritten letters dated 1867-1871 and written by various agents in Cuba reporting on business conditions to merchants in Portland, Maine. Most of the letters are addressed to J.B. Brown and Sons or to Churchill, Browns and Manson. The letters report the market prices and sales of molasses, sugar, shooks (knock-down barrels), and other commodities. Additionally, they discuss market conditions, agricultural concerns, grinding and manufacturing activities, and shipping....
Dates: 1868 January 4

Letter from Adot Spalding & Co. to Churchill, Browns & Manson Co., 1868 January 10

 Item — Folder: 2
Scope and Content From the Collection: Collection of handwritten letters dated 1867-1871 and written by various agents in Cuba reporting on business conditions to merchants in Portland, Maine. Most of the letters are addressed to J.B. Brown and Sons or to Churchill, Browns and Manson. The letters report the market prices and sales of molasses, sugar, shooks (knock-down barrels), and other commodities. Additionally, they discuss market conditions, agricultural concerns, grinding and manufacturing activities, and shipping....
Dates: 1868 January 10

Letter from Adot Spalding & Co. to Churchill, Browns & Manson Co., 1868 January 10

 Item — Folder: 2
Scope and Content From the Collection: Collection of handwritten letters dated 1867-1871 and written by various agents in Cuba reporting on business conditions to merchants in Portland, Maine. Most of the letters are addressed to J.B. Brown and Sons or to Churchill, Browns and Manson. The letters report the market prices and sales of molasses, sugar, shooks (knock-down barrels), and other commodities. Additionally, they discuss market conditions, agricultural concerns, grinding and manufacturing activities, and shipping....
Dates: 1868 January 10

Letter from J. C. Burnham & Co. to Churchill, Browns & Manson Co., 1868 January 11

 Item — Folder: 2
Scope and Content From the Collection: Collection of handwritten letters dated 1867-1871 and written by various agents in Cuba reporting on business conditions to merchants in Portland, Maine. Most of the letters are addressed to J.B. Brown and Sons or to Churchill, Browns and Manson. The letters report the market prices and sales of molasses, sugar, shooks (knock-down barrels), and other commodities. Additionally, they discuss market conditions, agricultural concerns, grinding and manufacturing activities, and shipping....
Dates: 1868 January 11

Letter from Adot Spalding & Co. to Churchill, Browns & Manson Co., 1868 February 21

 Item — Folder: 2
Scope and Content From the Collection: Collection of handwritten letters dated 1867-1871 and written by various agents in Cuba reporting on business conditions to merchants in Portland, Maine. Most of the letters are addressed to J.B. Brown and Sons or to Churchill, Browns and Manson. The letters report the market prices and sales of molasses, sugar, shooks (knock-down barrels), and other commodities. Additionally, they discuss market conditions, agricultural concerns, grinding and manufacturing activities, and shipping....
Dates: 1868 February 21