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    Harper's Weekly

    1/1/1905

    Highlight: ami Nunn ha- wiiii «me. “ Eiii thtnet” siylis Diiiiii. ■* M'hy. von'vr on*-,'' »ays Wuiin. ‘'Tlitii I've Won,” says Nunn. “ Tiiiie's up!*' pairs the nia-ter: “ who ha* diuicE’ Nunn ha*. Dunn ha- done one. M'nnn ha- Nunn has won amt >lono Dunn and Wunii. MIKs SHORT AM) MIL LITTU:. A tall girl nanietl Sliori Iniig lovr*! a eer- lain hig Mr. Eittle. while I.Htlr, littir think- ing of Short, luvtsl a little la«s nametl la^iig. To make a long story short. J.iiille prop*i-e*l t»i Irmg. ami Shnrt longrti to la* even with Litth-'s sliortcoiiiings. S«( Sliori. meeting Ling, ihreateiu-1 l*i marry l-iltle la-fore hmg. which eaiwd Little in a short tiim- to marry N*rig. t^iiery. — Did tall Short hive liig lat Ik- les* ijccauiH- Little luve

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    Harper's Weekly

    1/7/1912

    Highlight: Roscoe Nunn. Brooklyn, N. Y., October, 1912. To the Editor of Harper’s Weekly: Sir, — The article referred to bv Mr. Nunn, “ Driv- ing Back the Arctic,” was limited by space to the actual project and the ocean currents directly in- volved. My book, Power and Control of the Gulf Stream , published at the same time, and of which the article in Harper’s Weekly was a synopsis of the three first chapters, contains the details referred to by Mr. Nunn as omitted. That article, however, did show* the underlying initial and prime moving cause of ocean currents to 1 h? the equatorial force, which also controls the move- ments of the atmospheric currents. The principal atmospheric currents are the lower or initial heavy, blanket-like strata moving from both poles toward the equator, just above the

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    Robert J. Centola Collection

    Highlight: STRASSBURGER & NUNN, NYC. XF/AU. NYC City Hall obverse. The Strassburger & Nunn storecards are unaccount- ably omitted from the Rulau reference. (B) 846. STRASSBURGER & NUNN, NYC. VF. George Washing- ton portrait obverse. Baker 73B. VF. (B) Ny-Ny 308A. STINERS NEWYORK & CHINATEA COMPANY, NYC. WM. PL Unc. 1876 Liberty Bell obverse. (C-D) 706. 861. SWEENY'S HOTEL, NYC. R&B Unc. (C) 707. 898. R.F. THOMAS, NYC. AU. (C) 708. 899. A.D. THOMPSON, NYC. R&B Unc. (C) 709. 932. ISAAC STEVENS VANBERBILT, NYC.“Happy New Year” 1859. Dark VF. (B) G> - - 1 ■- & ■ 1 Oi 1 CO it Ir* l/*> 1 , ib- |p -Hit;' Lot 710 71 0. UNLISTED. VAIL’S, NYC. 31 5mm. Nickel. VF/XF. Obv: VAILS 239 BROADWAY around 1/6. Rx: 1/6. All letters and numbers are incused. 711. 935. JAMES T. WARE, NYC. F/VF. Great pictorial!. (C) 712.

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    Token and Medal Auction #28, Part 2

    Highlight: STRASSBURGER & NUNN. AU. 853. Same, Unc. 854. NY 846, Sny-17. STRASSBURGER & NUNN. VF/XF. 855. Same, AU. 856. NY 847, Sny-22. STRASSBURGER & NUNN. Dark VF. 857. Same, XF. 858. NY 890. G. TAYLOR & SON. VF. 359. Same, VF/XF. 860. NY 891. TAYLOR & RICHARDS. XF/AU. Rx. corr. spot & punch mark. 861. Same, AU. 862. NY 921 . TREADWELL KISSAM. F. 863. NY 927. TYSON & CO. VF/XF. 864. NY 941. HORACE WATERS. XF. 865. NY 942. HORACE WATERS. AU. 866. NY 943. C.H. WEBB. Lot of 4 pcs. VF. 867. Same, XF. 868. Same, XF. 869. NY 945. URIAH WELCH. VF edge nk. 870. Same, Unc. 871 . Same, but silvered. XF/AU. 872. NY 949. H.E. WEST. VF. 873. Same, XF. 874. Same, AU. 875. Same, Unc. 876. NY 955. A WISE. VF. Light corr & discoloration. 877. Same, XF. Light corr. 878. Same, XF. 879. Same, XF. 6

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    The TNA News, March-April 2013

    1/3/2013

    Highlight: Gwen Oliver and Eddie Nunn. Gary Dobbins passed out ballots for voting on the Program of the Year for 2012. The winning program/speaker will be announced at the next meeting. Certificates for all of the 2012 programs have been ordered from the ANA and will also be presented in February. FHeritage calendars and PCGS calendars were given out to members by Stewart FHuckaby, Charlie Mead and Frank Clark. Since the Dallas Coin Club has not been able to sponsor a coin show due to the schedule and number of shows already in the area, a Benefit Auction was discussed. Members would donate items for the auction and the club would receive the proceeds. The club voted to move forward with this idea. Several members brought items for Show and Tell. Program: Frank Clark presented the program which was o

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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 16, No. 3 (65)

    1/9/1995

    Highlight: Nunn J. E. Nunn Severn (reported to have used tokens) J & N Zechariah Johnson & John Neidert Pasadena 1 - Oc 25 - R - 24mm - pe 5 - R - 22mm - fe(3var) 50 - Cl - 28mm • - pe 10 - Sh - 23x25mm - pe 100 - Sc - 25mm - be R. G. N. 7 50 -Sc - 27mm - be R. M. N. 7 5 - R - 24mm - be("G" counterstamped over M & "G" on rev) "O II H. 0 . Harrv Owens, 1891 - 1969 Smith Station, Elmhurst ( Peter & Anna Browskie served as "row bosses" for H.O. for 20 years) 1 - R - 24mm - pe - Fr 20 - R - 24mm - pe - Fr 5 - R - 24mm - pe - Fr 50 - R - 24mm - pe - Fr 10 - R - 24mm - pe - Fr 100 - R - 24mm - pe - Fr G. Me or G.McP W. R. M. "N" N VOL. XVI NO. 3 WHOLE NO. 65 MD TAMS JOURNAL - 9

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 52]

    /1896

    Highlight: Nunn, Pres, in place of C. W. T. Weldon ; no Vice-Pres. in place of W. G. Nunn. McGregor- First National Bank ; S. Arnsler, Pres, instead of Acting Pres.; no Asst. Cashier in place of Sam F. Sewell. Rockdale— First National Bank; R. H. Hicks, Vice-Pres. in place of B. Lowenstein. San Angelo— San Angelo National Bank; Charles W. Hobbs, Vice-Pres. in place of M. a Pulliam. Stephenville— First National Bank ; W. A. Hyatt, Asst. Cashier. Terrell— Harris National Bank ; John H. Corley, Pres, in place of J. H. Muckleroy, deceased. Tyler— City National Bank; T. a Butler, Pres, in place of B. C. Williams; E C. Wil- liams, Vice-Pres. in place of T. B. Butler. Van Alstyne— First National Bank; R. L. Bowman and J. P. Barron, Vice-Presidents. Waco- Provident National Bank; E. A. Sturgis, Asst. Cashier

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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1900)

    1/1/1900

    Highlight: NUNN, COLLECTOR OE INTERNAL REVENUE, EIFIH DISTRICT OF TENNESSEE. A suit was brought by William Gerst, trading under the name and style of Wm. Gerst Brewing Company, to recover from Collector D. A. Nurin, fifth district of Tennessee, the sum of 1810.75. In this case an order was given to Collector Nunn for stamps, July 23, 1897. July 24, about 9 o’clock in the morning, the stamps were furnished, the discount of 7^ per cent being allowed in accordance with the pro- visions of section 3341, Revised Statutes. The President signed the Dingley Act, which repealed the discount (act of July 24, 1897), about four minutes past 4 in the afternoon. The Gerst Brewing Company was assessed $810.75, being the amount of discount which was allowed on that day. It was contended on behalf of the Government

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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1900)

    1/1/1900

    Highlight: NUNN, COLLECTOK, FIFTH TENNESSEE. A suit was instituted against Collector Nunn bj’ H. M. Stark in the U. S. Circuit Court for the recovery of special tax as rectifier. The question involved was what constitutes a rectifier under the defini- tion in the internal-revenue laws. It was held that a retail liquor dealer who mixes whisky, sugar, and water, and puts the same in jugs and bottles, keeping it in stock in that form, and selling it when called for as other liquors in stock, or who reduces whisky by mixing water and restores the color by? the addition of blackberiy juice, is a rectifier. (Treas. Dec. (1900), Int. Rev. No. 121; 101 Fed. Rep., 423.) SPECIAL TAX WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER. CASE OF CHEVALIER & CO. A suit was instituted in the district of Oregon against F. Chevalier & Co., of

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    The TNA News, March-April 2013

    1/3/2013

    Highlight: Gwen Oliver and Eddie Nunn. Gary Dobbins passed out ballots for voting on the Program of the Year for 2012. The winning program/speaker will be announced at the next meeting. Certificates for all of the 2012 programs have been ordered from the ANA and will also be presented in February. FHeritage calendars and PCGS calendars were given out to members by Stewart FHuckaby, Charlie Mead and Frank Clark. Since the Dallas Coin Club has not been able to sponsor a coin show due to the schedule and number of shows already in the area, a Benefit Auction was discussed. Members would donate items for the auction and the club would receive the proceeds. The club voted to move forward with this idea. Several members brought items for Show and Tell. Program: Frank Clark presented the program which was o

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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 16, No. 3 (65)

    1/9/1995

    Highlight: Nunn J. E. Nunn Severn (reported to have used tokens) J & N Zechariah Johnson & John Neidert Pasadena 1 - Oc 25 - R - 24mm - pe 5 - R - 22mm - fe(3var) 50 - Cl - 28mm • - pe 10 - Sh - 23x25mm - pe 100 - Sc - 25mm - be R. G. N. 7 50 -Sc - 27mm - be R. M. N. 7 5 - R - 24mm - be("G" counterstamped over M & "G" on rev) "O II H. 0 . Harrv Owens, 1891 - 1969 Smith Station, Elmhurst ( Peter & Anna Browskie served as "row bosses" for H.O. for 20 years) 1 - R - 24mm - pe - Fr 20 - R - 24mm - pe - Fr 5 - R - 24mm - pe - Fr 50 - R - 24mm - pe - Fr 10 - R - 24mm - pe - Fr 100 - R - 24mm - pe - Fr G. Me or G.McP W. R. M. "N" N VOL. XVI NO. 3 WHOLE NO. 65 MD TAMS JOURNAL - 9

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 52]

    /1896

    Highlight: Nunn, Pres, in place of C. W. T. Weldon ; no Vice-Pres. in place of W. G. Nunn. McGregor- First National Bank ; S. Arnsler, Pres, instead of Acting Pres.; no Asst. Cashier in place of Sam F. Sewell. Rockdale— First National Bank; R. H. Hicks, Vice-Pres. in place of B. Lowenstein. San Angelo— San Angelo National Bank; Charles W. Hobbs, Vice-Pres. in place of M. a Pulliam. Stephenville— First National Bank ; W. A. Hyatt, Asst. Cashier. Terrell— Harris National Bank ; John H. Corley, Pres, in place of J. H. Muckleroy, deceased. Tyler— City National Bank; T. a Butler, Pres, in place of B. C. Williams; E C. Wil- liams, Vice-Pres. in place of T. B. Butler. Van Alstyne— First National Bank; R. L. Bowman and J. P. Barron, Vice-Presidents. Waco- Provident National Bank; E. A. Sturgis, Asst. Cashier

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    Auction Sixty One

    Highlight: STRASSBURGER & NUNN, NYC. XF. (B) 846. STRASSBURGER & NUNN. XF. (B) 883. LEWIS L. SQUIRE & SONS, NYC. R&B Unc. (B- C) 889C. J.M. TAYLOR, N.Y.C. bold c/s on a well-worn 1853 arrows & rays quarter. (C) 891. TAYLOR & RICHARDS, NYC. VF/XF. A few rx. digs. (A-B) 921 A. TREDWELL, KISSAM & CO., NYC. VF, Obv. edge dent at 1 :00. (C-D) 949. H.B.WEST, NYC. VF/XF. (A) 968. WM. P. WOODCOCK, NY. Bright AU. Planchet slightly wavy. (D) 500. 970. WOODGATE & CO., NYC. Lightly toned AU. (B- C) 501. 1009. M.L. MARSHALL, OSWEGO. AU, minor spots. (C) 502. 1028. A.C.YATES, SYRACUSE. Toned AU. (B) 503. 1024. W.R.BROWN, SARATOGA SPRINGS. VF. (B) 504. 1068. C.A.M. SMITH, WINDSOR. VF/XF. Scattered rx. spots. (B) PENNSYLVANIA 505. PA-PT-9. CUSKY’S, PITTSBURGH. AU. (B-C) 506. 8. ALDRIDGE & EARP, PHILA. XF, A few smal

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    Token and Medal Auction #33

    Highlight: STRASSBURCER & NUNN. XF. 97. NY 842, Sny 16. STRASSBURCER & NUNN. Unc. 98. NY 877. TALBOT, ALLUM & LEE. VC/F. 99. NY 881. TALBOT, ALLUM & LEE. F/VF. 100. NY 889. J.M TAYLOR, c/s on 1853 quarter. VC. 101 . Same, VC. 102. NY 889(C) but c/s on 1781 2R. ).M. TAYLOR. G. 103. NY 948. H.B. WEST. R&B Unc. 104. NY 955. A. WISE. XF. 105. NY 964. WOOD'S MINSTRELS. VF/XF. Several small edge dents. 106. Same, AU. 107. NY 1006. Y & CO. VF. (See TCP, p. 64). 108. NY 1022.FREDERICKSTARR.au. 109. NY 1024. W.R. BROWN. Dark VF. 110. NY 1027E (Uni). STONE & BALL, c/s on 1852 half dollar. C/VC. 111. NY 2010. ).M. TAYLOR, c/s on 1853 quarter. VC. 112. III. 22. C D. PEACOCK. XF. 113. Pa. 25, S76-5. APPLEGATE'S GALLERIES. XF/AU. A number of tiny rim nicks. 114. Pa. 30. BAILEY & CO. Silvered brass. VF. Numerous

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    Token and Medal Auction #36, Part 2

    Highlight: STRASSBURCER & NUNN. 599. NY 841 A. XF. STRASSBURCER & NUNN. 600. NY 875. VF. Many rx. scrs. SWIFT AND FARGO. 601. NY 890. VF. C. TAYLOR & SON. 602. NY 891. Dark VF. TAYLOR & RICHARDS. 603. NY 915. PL Unc. TRAPHACEN, HUNTER & CO. 604. NY 941. Unc. HORACE WATERS. 605. NY 942. AU. HORACE WATERS. 606. NY 945. Unc. Minor discoloration. URIAH WELCH. 607. NY 949. XF. H. B. WEST. 608. Same, AU. 609. NY 955. XF. A. WISE. 610. Same, Choice Unc. 611. NY 964. AU. WOOD'S MINSTRELS. Silver. 612. NY 1006. VF. Y & CO. 613. NY 1018. VF. OLCOTT BROTHER. 614. NY 1019. AU. OLCOTT & BROTHER. 615. NY 1022. VF/XF. FREDERICK STARR. 616. NY 1024. XF/AU. W. R. BROWN. 617. Same, XF. Planchet very slightly bent. 618. NY 1028. AU. A. C. YATES. 619. Same, Choice AU. 620. Same, Lightly tarnished Unc. 621. NY 1051.

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    Auction Fifty-Four

    Highlight: STRASSBURGER & NUNN, NYC. VF. (A) 729 847. STRASSBURGER & NUNN, NYC. Baker 576D. Unc. (B) 730 900. A.D. THOMPSON, NYC. XF. (C) 731 921 A. TREDWELL, KISSAM & CO., NYC. VF. Some old dark verdigris within the letters. (C) 732 921 B. TREDWELL, KISSAM & CO. VF/XF. Remains of silvering. (E) 733 941. HORACE WATERS, NYC. NY-NY 364. XF. (A-B) 734 945. URIAH WELCH, NYC. R&B AU. (B) 735 949. H.B. WEST, NYC. XF/AU. (B) 736 SAME. XF. (B) 737 949 A. H.B. WEST. XF. (B) 738 955. A. WISE, NYC. Choice Unc. (B) 739 SAME. XF. (B) 740 957. C.I.D. WOLFE, NYC. VF. (C) 741 964. WOOD'S MINSTRELS, NYC. XF. (B) 742 SAME. XF. Minor marks. (B) 743 966. WM. P. WOODCOCK, THOMPKINS MARKET. Brown Unc. Traces of red. (E) 744 967. WM. P. WOODCOCK. AU. Bright. (D) 745 969. WOO DG ATE & CO., NYC. Choice R&B Unc. (C) 746 970.

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    Merchant's Magazine, 1859 (vol. 41)

    1/7/1859

    Highlight: Nunn, their agent in this city. He, himself, has been for many years a wire maker, and knowing, as he does, the various qualities in tbe market, his decided opinion as to its superiority is worth a great deal among those who use this article. The Icarus, Pandora, and Melpomene, three steam frigates of the largest class in Her Majesty’s navy, are being rigged with it, and the British admirality report indorses its great strength and especial applicability to the manufacture of rope cable or rigging. We find that it takes 2,800 pounds to break a No. 10 patent steel wire, while tbe same gauge iron wire breaks with 800 or 900 pounds ; a No. 16 patent steel wire is broken with 1,100 pounds, and the same gauge iron wire is broken with a strain of 300 pounds. Thus a steel wire need only be

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    Harper's Weekly

    1/1/1897

    Highlight: and explored the coast and claimed every tiling In sight in the nunn- of Henry VII.. we might have Iwvn somethin* iuh- tr-rlally different front what we are. It is fell in Bristol Hint the exploits of the Cidmis were matters <>f great two- nicoi. and It u Intended there to cx-lcbralc this year tlie four hundredth annivermry cif the beginning nf the first voyage, and to (ml a commemorative monument. To this end it is intended to niton about £9000, much of which Iim already been sulMcribcil. A company of Amer- ican exit.*, living in London and elsewhere in England, think that the Americans sbonld have a hand in this cele- bration nnil should sulmcrita. part nf the ntuocy Whut- e vi r sum con be raised from American sources will prob- ably be used lo help pay for tlie monument Tlie rxlke have

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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1971

    Highlight: d ) Nunn (1896) 81 ex Montagu (1888) 35 ex Brice. (e) Seen by Roach Smith in Sandwich 1873 (cf. letter from C.R.S. to Evans 19 Nov. 1873 enclosing cast, Evans MSS., Ashmolean Museum). Condemned by Blunt and Thompson, op. cit., pp. 21-2. 13. Alfred. Penny. Lunette type. Moneyer Oeamer. Obv. +aelrred :/re+. Bust r. Rev. oeamer/. - . mon.'. /yeta'.', mon and eta in whole lunettes. (a) Seen Baldwin 1955. (b) Lockett (1955) 487 (ill.) ex Wilcox (1908) 12 ex Murdoch (1903) 87. (c) James, etc. (1896) 339. A specimen of 13 was passed Sotheby 3-5 May 1844 lot 353, but examples circulated until con- demned by Blunt and Thompson, op. cit., pp. 21—2. (a) is illustrated BNJ xxviii (1955-7), pi. i no. 8. 14. Alfred. Penny. Lunette type. Moneyer Osric. Obv. AELFRED REX. Bust r. Rev. -b osric'. -/.'.mon.

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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1971

    Highlight: d ) Nunn (1896) 81 ex Montagu (1888) 35 ex Brice. (e) Seen by Roach Smith in Sandwich 1873 (cf. letter from C.R.S. to Evans 19 Nov. 1873 enclosing cast, Evans MSS., Ashmolean Museum). Condemned by Blunt and Thompson, op. cit., pp. 21-2. 13. Alfred. Penny. Lunette type. Moneyer Oeamer. Obv. +aelrred :/re+. Bust r. Rev. oeamer/. - . mon.'. /yeta'.', mon and eta in whole lunettes. (a) Seen Baldwin 1955. (b) Lockett (1955) 487 (ill.) ex Wilcox (1908) 12 ex Murdoch (1903) 87. (c) James, etc. (1896) 339. A specimen of 13 was passed Sotheby 3-5 May 1844 lot 353, but examples circulated until con- demned by Blunt and Thompson, op. cit., pp. 21—2. (a) is illustrated BNJ xxviii (1955-7), pi. i no. 8. 14. Alfred. Penny. Lunette type. Moneyer Osric. Obv. AELFRED REX. Bust r. Rev. -b osric'. -/.'.mon.

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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1982

    Highlight: W .Carlyon-Britton (1913) 307 ex Nunn (1896) 59 ex Montagu (1895) 347 bt Nunn ex Marsham (1888) 96. 20. 7gr. IV. AEDILSTAN R j MON MO.NvET 1. Seen Messrs Baldwin 1976 ex Thorburn (1918) 32 ex Montagu (1895) 348 ex W. Brice ex Bergne (1873) 89 ex Cuff (1854) 342 bt Bergne. 111. as Cuff Haigh PI. 11,6.

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 3 (1891)

    1/1/1891

    Highlight: Nunn, of Bury Saint Edmunds, England.

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 3 (1891)

    1/1/1891

    Highlight: II Nunn Publisher; Bury St. Edmunds; England. The Nicest and Latest! German East Africa! i, A 1 Rupee 1891; (with Ilelmeted head of William II,) and K) Pesas 1890. All Proof. Sent Registered on receipt of $2,00. by Geo. F. Heath Monroe Mich. ihA N N 0 aii^E M E N r . Beginning with Vol. IV we shall, under the head of Numismatic Headlights, publish a portrait and biograjihic- al sketch each month, ot some one of the more noted of our numismatist';. Oar readers who collect coin, whether sub- scribers or not, shill be the judges in this court; and so we ask each ot our readers to send us in a list, of at least fifteen names of such coin collectors, as they would like to know more about, bejjinning with first choice etc. Attend to this at once-, if you see fit to make any changes it can be don

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 3 (1891)

    1/1/1891

    Highlight: 6 Nunn, C.IL, Westgate Bury Saint Edmunds, London England. 7 Orland, Win, Climbing Hill Woodbury Co. Iowa < Ostrander, C E., ” ” ■ 9 Packard, J. W., 123 West 8th St, Bayonne N J. 280 Page, O W., Box 296 Waltham I\Iass 1 Parker, Herbert, Winchester Mass, 2 Parmalee, L G., 15 Chestnut Park Boston .Mass. 3 ITautz, Hon. Herman, Chicago 111 4 Porter, G W., Owendale Pa 5 Purify, R R., 1002 N St Selma Ala. 6 Quick, James W., iVrkansas City Kan. 7 Shrader, d. W., Mattoon Ills. 8 Shindcl, Jacob A., Lcbr.r.on Fa, 9 Shoemaker, 'J. D, 95 Jay St, Albany N Y 290 Smith, E E., 403 Beldcn Ave Chicago Ills 1 SmithlL B., 55 Gratiot Ave, Detroit -Mi cb. ' 2 Sparks, A. E., Bristol R. I. 3 Spiro, L., 809 North 16th Street Saint Louis Mo.

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 3 (1891)

    1/1/1891

    Highlight: II Nunn Publtslier; Bury St. Edmunds ; England. The Nicest and Latest! German East Africa! i, 4^, A 1 Rupee 1801; (with llelmeted head of William II,) aiil h) Pesas 1800. AH IH‘ool‘. Sent Registered on receipt of 6’2,00. by Geo. F. Ileat’.i Monroe ?.Iicli. Beginning with Vol. IV we shall, under the liead of Numismatic Mea llights, publish a portrait and biogra})hic- al sketcli each month, of some onovif the more noted of our nuniismatists. Our readers wdio collect coin, whether sub- scribers or not, shill be the judges in this court; and so wc ask each of our re.aders to send us in a list, of at least iifteen names of such coin collectors, as they would like to know more about, beginning with first choice etc. Attend to this at once-, if you see fit to make any changes it can bedoiieany

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 4 (1892)

    1/1/1892

    Highlight: II Nunn Publislier; Bury St. F/linunds ; Fngland. C. K. Creene, 550 Fast Market St, Louisville Ky. Fossils, Minerals, .Mound ami Indian K’elic.s, Coins, ^ledal.s. Badges, I , S. and horeign Post ig\.‘ and Ri'Venm* Stamps. Old Aims,Aj. I have in sloek o\au‘ aoo.ooo ,sp >(.iim>iis. specialty is ( orals (rom the hallsof tlu' ()hio. iVll spt'cinums i’roperly Identilie

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 4 (1892)

    1/1/1892

    Highlight: II Nunn Publisher; Bury St. Edmunds ; Ihigdand. TO THE STUDY of GuKEK aiul Ko.MAN Coiiis to- gether with a price list of Ancient, 3I;edieval and Modern coins. 111. with 4 plates, 48 pages, price 10 cents. We have the large.st stock of coins in New England. Your patronage so- licited. Agents wanted for our Book “1'he Rare Coins of America,” 200 pages; 400 cuts. Price $1,00. Nu.mtsm.\tic Bank, W. Von Ber- gen, Proprietor 87 Court St., Boston Mass. Ancient Egy})tian, Greek and Roman Antiquities, also Creek, Roman and Egyptian Coins; half F. S. A. jirice. List mailed free. Philij) WTiiteway, Poste Rest ante, Cairo, Eg3 pt. Qom LEVOThD exclusively to Numismat- ic* ics and Philately. ^ A .'C. P. S. Subscribe at once. 50 cents yearly, in advance. Advertising Ihites quoted on a]>plicati( n to. Dr.

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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1869)

    1/1/1869

    Highlight: Nunn, minister 1, 000 00 1 , poo 00 FRANCE. John A. Dix, late minister ! Elihu B. Washbmne, minister «>. ATickham Hoffman, secretary of legation John W. Dix, late assistant secretary of legation , Erank Moore, assistant secretaiy of legation — CHEAT BRITAIN. Charles F. Adams, late minister Reverdy Johnson J. Lotbrop Motley, minister Benjamin Moran, charge d’affaires Benjamin Moran, secretary of legation D. R. Alward, late assist’ t secretaiy of legation. E. 0. Johnson, late assist’t secretary of legation. Adam Badeau, assistant secretary of legation. . . 17, 163 36 5, 104 16 2, 625 00 1, 471 15 123 75 3, 423 59 511 35 26, 487 42 3, 934 94 665 76 12, 697 00 3, 289 23 1, 165 08 1, 619 22 196 47 1, 388 77 1, 203 87 413 00 146 67 21, 021 53 1, 763 54 GUATEMALA. F. H. Warren, late minister . ..

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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1893)

    1/1/1893

    Highlight: Nunn, collector Texas ; Third district, J. W. Burke, collector Fourth district, J. W. Heai’ne, collector Virginia; Second district, J. D. Bradj^ collector Sixth district, P. H. McCanll, collector i . . , . West Virginia, A. B. Wliite, collector. . Wisconsin : First district, Henry Fink, collector Second district, E. M. Bogera, collector From consular fees. Acapulco, Mexico, J. F. McCaskey, consul Aix la Chapelle, Germany ; F. Bertram, vice-consul : Charles Wearo, consul S. B. Zeigler, consul Algiers, Africa, C. T. Grellet, consul .Amoy, China: Cass, vice-consul W. E. S. Pales, vice-consul ' E.Bedloe, consul - Amhersthurg, Canada, J. W. Hire, consul Amsterdam, Netberhands, T.M. ScUleier, consul Annaherg, Germany : D. B. Hubbard, consul H. J. Nason, vice-consul Antwerp, Belgium : G- F.

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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1882)

    1/1/1882

    Highlight: Nunn, vice-consul- general, London M. B. Noyes, consul, V enice G. H. Owen, consul, Messina E. L. Oppenheim, vice-consul, Chin Niang C. A. Phelps, consul, Prague S. D. Pace, consul, Sarnia S. B. Paclvard, consul, Liverpool ■W. A. Prellar, vice-consul, liio Grande do Sul A. C. Prindle, consul, Para T. T. Prentiss, consul, Seychelles B. h'. Peixotto, consul, Lyons W. H. Pulleys, consul, B.arbadoes 'W. P. Pierce, consul, Cienfuegos J. S. Potter, consul, Stuttgart L. A. Price, vice-consul, Bordeaux E. H. Plumacher, consul, Maracaibo L. Ricbmond, consul, Cork T. B. Reid, cousul, Funchal A. L. Russell, consul, Montevideo W. W. Robinson, consul, Tamatave W. T. Rice, consul, Legborn G. W. Roosevelt, consul, Auckland H. B. Ryder, consul, Copenhagen R. B. Robbins, comiuei cial agent, Ottawa J. T.

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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1976)

    1/1/1976

    Highlight: in the presence of Senators Talmadge and Nunn and Congressman Ginn, of Georgia; Congressman Steed, chairman of the House Appropriations Subcommittee for Treasury; Governor Busbee of Georgia; and Senators Bellmon and Domenici and Congressmen Holland and Levitas. Additional renovation is continuing and one of three existing, partially constructed dormitories has been completed. A design master plan for the permanent facilities of the Center has been approved. The plan will concentrate basic course facilities in a core walking campus four blocks in size. It calls for accommodations for a constant population of 750 students; construction of a classroom building, a 72-point indoor firing range, a permanent driver training range, and additional physical training facilities; and the completion of

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    Winning Ways: Official Publication of Women in Numismatics, vol. 3, no. 1

    1/1/1994

    Highlight: Nunn’s Mania-Editor. WIN Welcomes New Members Excerpts From Speech-Wayne Pratali, A-Mark Precious Metals Travel Tips-Laura Bly, The Orange County Register T he Bibliophile-Ken Bressett Page 16 NLG Award Won By Mary Sauvain, WIN President-Sondra Beymer. Page 20 Cover and art by Cindy Mohon Page 5 Page 11 Page 9 PageX Page 12 Page 14 WT^lAceting At 5TOI Thursday, January 6th 7:15 p.m. ^I^oom SC q>vid 9^sot... c Ways to use c X)ideos to ^Promote your business WINNING WAYS... WOMEN IN NUMISMATICS Page 2

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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 34, no. 1-4

    1/3/2000

    Highlight: NEW YORK CITY/STRASBURGER & NUNN (MB $275.00) 148. NY630BX-2e R-8 BU 70% Bright. NEW YORK CITY/ WM. THIERBACH (MB $134.00) 149. NY630CE-1a R-3 BU 70% Bright. Very minor moi- sture spotting. NEW YORK CITY/ JOHN WATSON TEA STORE (MB $77.00) 150. NY630CG-1a R-3 XF Brown w/ traces of red. NEW YORK CITY/WHITE HATTER (MB $28.00) 151. NY630CH-3a R-7 XF brown w/ traces of soiling. Pig pictor- ial. NEW YORK CITY/ THO- MAS WHITE, BUTCHER (MB $18.00) 152. NY640A-1a R-4 BU 70% red. Great cartwheel luster. NIAGRA FALLS/M. WALSH & SONS (MB $275.00) 153. NY760-1d R-7 XF Pretty tan color with some hairlines from an old cleaning. NEW YORK CITY/ EASTMAN BUSINESS COLLEGE (MB $165.00) 154. NY890-1a R-3 XF+ brown with soiling on the Indian, especially on the cheek and hair. NEW YORK CITY/ CHARLES BABCOCK (MB

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    Calcoin News, vol. 46, no. 2

    1/3/1992

    Highlight: CA 91436 Sponsored by A1 Hall NUNN, GARY R 2701 Vincentia Rd., Palm Springs, CA 92262 Sponsored by Virginia Hall BRODERICK, ANNIE .... 1 1489 Edmonson Ave., Moreno Valley, CA 92555 Sponsored by Virginia Hall FISHER, EDWARD 72 Central Parkway, Merrick, NY 11566 Sponsored by Virginia Hall FRENZEL, OSCAR 111 21 1 Via Orvieto, Newport Beach, CA 92663 Sponsored by Virginia Hall YAHALOM, JERRY P.O. Box 3637, Thousand Oaks, CA 91359 Sponsored by Virginia Hall BARQSKO, TOM Sponsored by W. O. Wisslead PRENTICE, F. JAMES .... 48 Deer Hollow Road, San Anselmo, CA 94960 Sponsored by Virginia Hall BLANEY, D. B Sponsored by Virginia Hall CONVERTED TO LIFE MEMBERSHIP R-4652 Cornyn, Phil, Life-37-4 RESIGNED DECEASED R-5268 Kotfila, Walter R-376 Coffman, Mary F. R-4787 Tyler, John E. Jr. L-1-6 Mitchell,

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    The American Numismatist, vol. 1, no. 2

    1/10/1886

    Highlight: published by Nunn & Christie, Bury 8. Edmund’s, England, is the only coin journal that we have received as yet. Though rather small in size, it is well printed, and contains a number of well written and inter- esting articles. The Curiosity World is a new paper published by Mr. .John M. Hubbard of Lake Village, N. II. The first number consists of four large pages of live columns each and contains articles on coins, stamps and curiosities. The Tag Collector is a monthly which, as its name implies, is devoted to the interests of col- lectors of tags, &e. We have received number one of The Canadian Philatelist of Toronto, Canada. It presents a fine appearance, and under the management of Mr. Lowe should prove a success. The Empire State Philatelist has made several alterations in the Septembe

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    The TNA News, January-Febrary 2006

    1/1/2006

    Highlight: Michalene Nunn, Harold Clevenger and Ron Blaha won door prizes. Raffle prizes were won by Stewart Huckaby (twice), Dave Vegi (twice) and Kathy Lawrence. During Show & Tell, Larry Herrera displayed another counterfeit coin detector that he recently purchased. It was believed to date from the early 1900s and was from Fairbanks & Co. Glenn Woods brought a Victorian Gothic Crown that was a PR64 or better. That coin is believed by many to be the most beautiful coin ever minted. The 2006 Dallas Coin Club Officer Elections were held. All of the nominated candidates were elected- Stewart Huckaby as President, Ron Blaha as Vice President, Kathy Lawrence as Secretary and David Swann as Treasurer. The Auction consisted of 38 lots. 25 of those lots were sold for a total of $231.50. The meeting was

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    The TNA News, March-April 2010

    1/3/2010

    Highlight: Nunn 1969-83 David 0. Joplin 1981-87 Ada Lee Chisum 1965-66 Louis R. Goodwin 1979-84 Barney K. Welch 1983-84 Ed Chauncey 1987-88 Dewey L. Scott 1966-67 Vivian Ellis 1984-89 Paul Garner 1984-03 Lamonte Pitzer 1988-06 Helen Snider 1967-67 Wilma Shuster 1989-01 Frank E. Clark III 2003- 10 Gober Pitzer 2006 - 07 David Burke 1967-69 Gene Hurt 2001 -03 Hal Cherry 2007 - 09 Vacant 1969-75 H. R. Peppard 2003 - 06 Lawrence Herrera DISTRICT X 2009- 10 Robert Kurczewski 1975-86 August H. Ganze, Jr. 2007 - 07 Vacant 1964-67 Charles R. Vice 1987-88 Dr. David Norton 2008-09 Lawrence Herrera 1967-73 Dewey Fields, Jr. DISTRICT XV 1988-91 Charles Green 2009- 10 Jim Jeska 1973-75 Phillip S. Shutt 1971-84 Jerry A. Williams 1991-93 Harry Littleton 1975-81 John N. Berger 1984-87 Dewey L. Scott 1993-97 Lee Hise

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    The TNA News, March-April 2010

    1/3/2010

    Highlight: (Lonnie) Mears 2007 Hal Gherry 1985 Karla Galindo 2008 Russell Prinzinger 1986 David Nunn 2009 No award MAC KENNADY MEMORIAL AWARD This award was established in 1996 in honor of prominent TNA member and leader, Stanford Mac Kennady, and presented to a TNA member for lifetime achievement who has served as an officer or been assigned to an active committee for at least 10 years. 1997 Howard Luke 2004 Gindy Hill 1998 Helen Snider 2005 Mike Greensp 1999 Ray Whyborn 2006 Benny Bolin 2000 Jerry Williams 2007 Jim Bevill 2001 Frank Glark 2008 Ron Kersey 2002 Mike Grant 2009 Ginger Pike 2003 Frank Galindo 2009 David Pike 2004 Gary Hill an TNA VIP AWARD Given to the TNA member who signs up the most new members for the year. 1969 Troy Goan 1990 Ray Whyborn 1970 Fred Glark 1991 Ralph Ross 1971 Lyman

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    The TNA News, May-June 2011

    1/5/2011

    Highlight: Michalene & David Nunn Steve & Brad Smith of Smith Numismat - Tulsa, Ok Russell Johnson and great gransons, Sam & Ry lie visit Larry’s Eye Candy with grandson, Blake. Don Vaughn of Hill Country Coins & Barbara Williams, Governor, District 15 David Knighten Salt City Coin - Kansas Enjoying the Activity on the Bourse Floor Jhon E. Cash & Brandon Kelley Jhon E. Cash Coins Pages from local coin clubs provide services for dealers including lunch orders & cleaning display cases. IT rvir LO I VIEWING Collectors search through large pile of coins at Mark Disanti’s table. Fri & Sat Evening Auctions - Representatives from Spink/Smyth welcome auction participants 10 TNA News - Vol. 53 No. 3

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    The TNA News, November-December 2011

    1/11/2011

    Highlight: Eddie Nunn and Carol Sayre. Mike Thomas was accepted as a new member, making our membership total thirty-eight. Officers for 2012 were elected by the membership. Allen Scott, President; Stewart Huckaby, Vice President; and Gary and Judy Dobbins, Co-Secretaries will continue in their positions. Mary Hunter will serve with David Swann as our new Treasurer. The December meeting will be the annual Christmas Party with Bingo and Door Prizes. Hal Cherry spoke about the ANA Coin Show scheduled for the fall of 2012. Various aspects of putting on a coin show were discussed. The Dallas Coin Club voted to accept any role of sponsorship or logistical support for the show, pending a request from the ANA. Show and Tell: On the second night of the World Series, Stewart Huckaby, an avid baseball fan,

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    The TNA News, November-December 2012

    1/11/2012

    Highlight: Eddie Nunn, Delia Smith and James Lemons. Allen recognized Ben Hong as a Lifetime Member of the Dallas Coin Club. Congratulations, Ben! A beautiful certificate acknowledging Ben's participation and service to the Dallas Coin Club was created by Kathy Lawrence and Judy and Gary Dobbins. A special meeting will be held at Celebration Restaurant. We hope to have several special guests from the ANA at this meeting. We have also invited the Collin County Coin Club. The speaker will be Jeff Shevlin, Director of the ANA. The meeting will start at 6PM and members and guests will order from the regular dinner menu. Allen Scott spoke about Officer Elections for 2013. Any members who are interested in serving as an officer should speak to Allen. Show and Tell: Items brought for Show and Tell were very

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    Maryland Merchant Tokens Index

    1/1/1999

    Highlight: & Sons (Baltimore) Nunn, J. E Severn Nuttle, H. T. & H. H (Hickman) Nuttle, Harry H (Hickman) Nu Way Shoe Rebuilders Cumberland -o- O’Brien Hardware **Dundalk O’Brien, Jerry Baltimore 0’Brien”s Baltimore O'Brien's (Baltimore) O'Conor (Baltimore) O’Laughin, Frank Westemport ONeill & Co (Baltimore) O&P. (Osborn & Preston) (Havre De Grace) Oakland Pool Room Gonder. W. A Oakland Odenwald, Ph (Baltimore) OF. (Ford, Olin) (Marydel) Ofiiitt, D. E. & Sons Oakland Offutt, D. E. & Son Oakland Offutt, D. E Oakland Old Heidelberg (Baltimore) Old Oak Dairy Bam Glen Bumie Omansky, Lena (Baltimore) Onley, W. T (Girdletree) Onley, W. T. C anning Co (Girdletree) Oppenheimer Baltimore Ordnance Exchange Aberdeen Oriole Breakfast Club Baltimore Oriole Pleasure Club (Baltimore) Osborn, W. D Aberdeen Osenburg,

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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1891)

    1/1/1891

    Highlight: Nunn, collector, fifth district of Tennessee Joseph W. Burke, collector, third district of Texas James W. Heame, collector, fourth district of Texak. J ames D. Brady, collector, second district of Virginia Patrick H. McCaull, collector, sixth district of Virginia Albert B. White, collector, district of West Virginia Henry Fink, collector, first district of Wisconsin,... Earl M. Rogers, collector, second district of Wisconsin $C5, 843, 940. 70 $223, 551, 740. 644, 809. 35 3.060.113.80 2,314,575.93 1, 998, 752. 48 208, 806. 42 2, 733, 568. 95 525. 00 7,199, 534.56 461,837.61 151, 966. 29 3.230.163.64 460. 106. 66 87,671.71 4, 003, 618. 91 801. 77 35,689.88 3, 934, 022. 61 1. 845. 196. 65 6, 026, 542. U3 d, 603, 035. 45 1, 010, 203. 96 2, 135, 033. 37 1.002.417.81 1 , 000 . 00 40. 20 422, 828

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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Upon the Production of Precious Metals

    1/1/1899

    Highlight: Nunn, a well-known engineer. The plant’s location is at the junction of two forks of the San Miguel River, 12 miles from Telluride. The waters of Howards Fork and Trout Lake are aided by a flume of 4,400 feet in length, with a head of 525 feet. The Trout Lake Reservoir covers 160 acres. The power is carried 13^ miles to the Tom Boy mill, and it furnished light to the residences and business houses in Ophir and Telluride. SATISFACTORY OUTLOOK. Mine managers, mill men, and others well acquainted with condi- tions in San Miguel unite in declaring the outlook for 1900 extremely bright. New treatment plants are taking the place of old ones, and strong companies have stepped in. In Middle Basin, the Montana group, with gold, silver, and lead as the values, is being exploited by the Yirginius

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 42]

    /1888

    Highlight: XX vQ >Q ■*• *0 0 M f O 0 0 « ei NUNN 5 * I s I cl C b u ^ 3 A £ A^A '<£ I Xjjavenfr,— si>&sfi ?£??? *- O *- O - . - ► U *oO 0.00 o ; 0?c^ao co'-iT O' _• • ■ u u u u u H ^ O 0 ia U \* *%?& Sc 3 S 8. iiiii i *; X X XX XX I *1 I s® = o l| I If 3! I TO X XX X XXX XXX «oo onm ■♦«© | »o ~ ro c> »o n n> ■» «o *o ~ ‘ tNN ro | -c-O^O-oOOt^ X X XXXX XXXXXXX XX O' I - rr\ M 00 « *000 I *0 S *000 O « n *000 M Q r I *0 *000 « ml Nh-Ot-xKi co <5 »n #• x~ 'I I X X XXXX X X 5* I l -M I 5RTO 12 11% I I I *s£ r: &« i • > t;o J: 2 ri*ge2l ^CCCCB <»l5 6>s> ^ oi^ 3 ^ s g | I ** z ** ** . c c/)^&* O 0 *<. q .• o z o • •- o ^ Of)’3 ^•o2S . . r? ; r r . ,:*0 jg u uo u u jj ^ . ^ i 5 , 22 2 22 2 .*2 Digitized by Gooole

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 64]

    /1902

    Highlight: Nunn. Dublin— Bank of Pulaski County ; J. C. Fry, Cas., in place of A. J. Miller, resigned. Richmond— Dime Savings Bank ; Robert M. Kent, Jr., Oas. — Security Bank; purchased by American National Bank; capital in- creased to $800,000. Digitized by Google

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 55]

    /1897

    Highlight: Nunn ; A. M. Wrench, Cas. in place of J. K. Brown ; J. M. Jardine, Asst. Cas. Digitized by v^ooQle

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 55]

    /1897

    Highlight: Nunn, Pres, in place of William Story ; A, M. Wrench, Cas. in place of I. E. Brown. CONNECTICUT. Hartford— Mechanics’ Sav’gs Bank ; Henry C. Dwight, Pres, in place of Daniel Phillips, retired ; Hugh Har bison, Vice-Pres. in place of Henry C. Dwight. Middletown — Charles E. Jackson ; title changed to Jackson Company (incorpo- rated.) Norwalk— National Bank of Norwalk ; Jno, P. Treadwell, Asst. Cas. Rockville— First National Bank ; Wm. But- ler, V ice-Pres. in place of F. L. Dickinson, deceased. Digitized by v^ooQle

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 76]

    /1908

    Highlight: Nunn vs. Edmiston, 9 Tex. Civ. App. 562.) NOTES HELD AS COLLATERAL- BANKRUPT ESTATE. Beaumont, Texas, Dec. 17, 1907. Editor Bankers Magazine: Sir: In the August (1906) number of your Magazine, in answer to a ques- tion of mine, you were kind enough to render an opinion as to the right to prove up a claim against a bankrupt estate on notes held as collateral, which proved to be forgeries but bearing gen- uine endorsement. This case has been decided in the U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit, at New Orleans. The title of the case is The First Na- tional Bank of Beaumont vs. Geo. W. Eason, Trustee. The decision of the court is adverse to your holdings. We conceive this case to be of some im- portance to the banking fraternity, and call your attention to it that you may, Digitized by

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 76]

    /1908

    Highlight: Nunn — First State Bank; capital, $10,000; Pres., B. F. Clark; Vice-Pres., Boyd Wolf; Ca.shier, F. G. McGannon. GEORGIA. Lawrencevllle — Brown Bank and Trust Co.; capital, $15,000; Pres., Sam G. Brown; Vice-Pres’s., Jno. B. Brogdon and S. J. Winn; Cashier, Walter L. Brown. IDAHO. Buhl — Buhl Bank and Trust Co. (succeeded State Bank); capital, $26,000; Pres., R. W. Farls; Vice-Pres., H. E. Neal; Cashier, J. W. Farls. 11 Digitized by c.ooQle

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