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U.S. National Archives (Record Group 104, Entry 1, General Correspondence)

General correspondence files of the U.S. Mint, 1792-1899 (204 boxes total). Boxes 1 through 45, representing 1792-1857, were scanned in Philadelphia under the direction of R. W. Julian, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Subsequent boxes are courtesy of John Graffeo. The National Archives online catalog record for this entry is https://catalog.archives.gov/id/561197.

Note: Box 1 covers 1792-1797, while box 2 contains the Chief Coiner's account of Laborer's Wages for 1795 and 1796. Following this the series is chronological although some boxes occasionally contain stray items outside the specified date range.

 

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6 entries found for [year:1842]

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    U.S. National Archives, Record Group 104, Entry 1, Boxes 22-24 (part 4 of 4) 1842

    U.S. National Archives, Record Group 104, Entry 1, Boxes 22-24 (part 4 of 4)

    U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 22 to 24, scanner images 1201 to 1392. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Boxes 22 to 24 cover the period 1842 to 1845.

    U.S. National Archives, Record Group 104, Entry 1, Boxes 22-24 (part 1 of 4) 1842

    U.S. National Archives, Record Group 104, Entry 1, Boxes 22-24 (part 1 of 4)

    U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 22 to 24, scanner images 1 to 400. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied.  Boxes 22 to 24 cover the period 1842 to 1845.

    U.S. National Archives, Record Group 104, Entry 1, Boxes 22-24 (part 2 of 4) 1842

    U.S. National Archives, Record Group 104, Entry 1, Boxes 22-24 (part 2 of 4)

    U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 22 to 24, scanner images 401 to 800. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied.  Boxes 22 to 24 cover the period 1842 to 1845.

    U.S. National Archives, Record Group 104, Entry 1, Boxes 22-24 (part 3 of 4) 1842

    U.S. National Archives, Record Group 104, Entry 1, Boxes 22-24 (part 3 of 4)

    U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 22 to 24, scanner images 801 o 1200. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied.  Boxes 22 to 24 cover the period 1842 to 1845.

    General Correspondence 1/1/1842

    General Correspondence

    U.S. Mint general correspondence for January-February 1842.

    From the National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (general correspondence), box 22. Image processing courtesy of Roger Burdette, based on scanning directed by Bob Julian operating under a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. A partial index is at the end of the document.

    General Correspondence 3/1/1842

    General Correspondence

    U.S. Mint general correspondence for March-December 1842.

    From the National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (general correspondence), box 22. Image processing courtesy of Roger Burdette, based on scanning directed by Bob Julian operating under a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. A partial index is at the end of the volume.

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