Archive Inventory: L



INVENTORY
 
James Lardner WWI Collection 2010-10
Scope Notes: This collection consists of photographs and documents related James F. Lardner, Jr.’s service in the 309th Engineers during World War II.  A few items related to Lardner’s life shortly after returning to rock Island. Box 1 is an oversized box containing a photo album, 4 photographs and two small books (in Folder 1). Box 2 contains the documents.
 
Box 1 – Photographs
•             2010.10.44 – photo album “Lt. James F. Lardner, Jr./E. Company, 309th Engineers/American Expeditionary Forces” including groups photographs, camps, fortifications, troop activities and movements, training, engineers activities and scenes in France. Toward back some photos have identification on them.
Loose photos removed from album
·                     3 soldiers standing “in front of my tent”
·                     4 men in front of tent
·                     Man standing in front of tent
·                     Men standing in open area with building and mountain in background (3 views)
·                     Soldier, probably James Lardner, Jr., standing on ship deck
·                     Soldier standing on ship deck
·                     Group of men wearing work clothes
·                     “Col. W. L. Guthrie’s Funeral” procession with people identified, Camp Zachary Taylor, KY, April 1918 (2 views)
•             Portrait of H. C. Victor, c. 1913
•             Portrait of Thad. C. Logan, c. 1913
•             Group photo including Jim Larder in front of Seal and Serpent Fraternity House, Ithaca, NY,
•             Photograph of men at camp
•             Folder 1 –Walsh Construction Co. note book and Address Book
 
Box 2
Folder 2
•             Newspaper article
•             Invitation and envelope (3 pieces) for wedding of Mary Helen Wiseman & Captain Gilbert Burnett, June 1, 1918
•             Envelope War Dept. (3 pieces).
•             Letter and envelope from Dimm & Sons Printing Co. re: history of Co. E 309th Engineers, Nov. 17, 1919
•             Envelope Federated American Engineering Societies
•             Blank personal report (3 copies)
 
Folder 3
Personal papers C.D.S - envelope with 13 documents re: procedures for reports, etc.
 
Folder 4
Metal plate stamp “Lieutenant James F. Lardner” inside envelope
 
Folder 5
Booklets
•             Headquarters Port of Embarkation
•             Bul. 72
•             Filed Service Regulations
•             Small Arms Firing Manual
•             Special Orders No. 188 War Dept. (2 copies)
•             Bul. 75
•             Soldier’s Handbook of the Rifle
 
Folder 6
“The Truce of the Bear” paper by James F. Lardner, Jr. for Contemporary Club, May 17 1943 (8 copies)
 
Folder 7
Fife and Drum Corps., 4 documents, Camp Montoir, France, 1919
 
Folder 8
Pages from a 1909 calendar featuring buildings and sports team from a university
 
Folder 9
Bids Received for construction of a bridge, Watertown, NY July 18, 1919
Notebook pages with name and addresses
 
Folder 10
Newspaper article “Sims Writes Startling Letter” headline The Daily Times, January 17, 1920
Newspaper article “Citizen Soldiers at Plattsburg [NY]” Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 19, 1917
 
Folder 11
Camp Personnel Roster at Camp Merrit NJ, Jan. 1919 (4 pages)
 
Folder 12
•             Engineer Field Manual, 1918
•             Envelope M. C. Lilley & Co., Columbus OH, notes on back
•             Receipt for uniform, 1917
•             Announcement card for meeting of Philip Kilburn Lighthall Post of the American Leagion, Syracuse NY, October 16, 1919
•             Orders for Athletic Detail, Camp Sherman OH, July 30 1918
•             Supply list/receipt, June 14 1919
•             Letter qualify for oversea service, July 3 1918
•             W. K. Stewart Co. of Louisville sales ticket
•             Note on orange paper (receipt? Orders?)
 
Folder 13
•             Receipt for payment to Walsh Construction Co. for Shickshinny bridge, Wilkes Barre, PA, Sept 11, 1919
•             Letter and envelope to ordnance officer charge of sales, Camp Zachary Taylor KY, January 4 1918
•             Envelope War Dept.
•             Letter form War Dept. to officers re: personal reports, November 23, 1917 (2 pages)
•             Letter from War Dept. to officers re: proper form of signing letters, November 10, 1917
•             Receipt for 75 francs, St. Germain, France, October 4, 1918
•             Receipt for flags, December 16 1918
•             Letter from War Dept. to officers re: Personal reports, April 9, 1918
•             Telegram re: assigning of officers to regiment, Camp Taylor, Louisville, October 13, 1917
 
Folder 14
•             Insurance Division Forms, 1919
·                     Sheet 3: Descriptions of policies (3 pages)
·                     Sheet 6: how to reinstate and notices
·                     Sheet 7: conversion
•             Memo of recommendation for promotion including J. F. Lardner, Dec. 11, 1917
•             Qualification letter, J. F. Lardner, 2nd Lieutenant
•             Handwritten receipt for gas mask, August, 10, 1919[?]
•             Receipt for not being responsible for equipment, June 9, 1919 (2 copies)
•             Embarkation Orders, July 14, 1919 (2 copies)
•             Memo re: Engineer Funds and property clearance certificate, June 9 1919
•             Memo re: reimbursement of travel expense from France to New Jersey for J. F. Lardner, July 30, 1919
 
Folder 15
Cancelled checks from Lardner to various businesses and individuals around Louisville, 1917-1918 (78 pieces)
 
Folder 16
Officer’s mess receipts, 1918 (2)
Receipt from Rock Island probate clerk to Nora G. Lardner re: estate of James F. Lardner, May 22 1920
 
Folder 17
•             Service of Supply letter, June 6, 1919 (ripped)
•             General Orders: No. 2, September 7, 1918 (4 pages); No 3, September 8, 1918; No 6, September 11, 1918; No. 7, September 12, 1918; Guard Detail, September 11, 1918;  No. 93, April 10, 1918[?], transport ship S. S. Scandinavian
•             October pay, February 14, 1919
•             Army Regulations changes, November 1917 (2 pages)
•             Draft quota letter, September 4, 1917
•             Troop movement letter, November 5, 1917 (2 copies)
 
Folder 18 (all papers in this folder came as a set)
General orders no 53, October 16, 1917 – transfer orders
Mileage voucher, blank form (2 copies)
 
Folder 19
Letter to Miss “Fay” from Johnston, A. R. C., “somewhere in France, August 2nd”
 
Folder 20
Letter by member of Company of the 309ths Regiments of Engineers re: experience of regiment, Savenay, France, December 4, 1918
 
Folder 21
•             Instructions in contours, Nov. 28, 1917
•             Special order 53, Camp Zachary Taylor, Oct. 16, 1917
•             October pay memo
•             Acknowledgment card from US Treasury Dept, Aug. 1919
•             Field glasses receipt, August 21 1918
•             Memo from Chief Surgeon, re: cannot give clearance certificate, June 9, 1919
•             Motor transport clearance memo, June 9 1919 (2 copies)
•             Loading Ticket, Port of St. Nazairs, June 13 1919
•             Bed roll receipt from Louisville Tent & Awning Co., Oct. 12 1917
•             Supply Office receipt, requisition for clothing, (3 pages) June 13 1919
•             Memo – transfer of Ordnance and Equipment (2 pages) June 13 1919
 
Folder 22
•             Special assessment receipt for paving and sewer work, Chicago, Jan 2, 1920 (3)
•             General tax bill, Chicago, 1920
•             War Risk Insurance application, blank form (2 pages)
•             Personal report, blank form, Corps of Engineers (3 copies)
•             Supply List, Company E (6 pages)
 
Folder 23
•             Exercises in map reading test questions (3 pages)
•             File No. 113069 memo, November 5, 1917
•             Medical Property receipt, March 20, 1919
•             Personal Equipment memo, March 30 1918 (5 pages)
•             Memorandum for candidate at Engineers officers training school, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, August 11, 1917 (2 pages)
•             Personal property receipt, November 30 1918
•             Report for Duty, n.d.
 
Folder 24
•             Confidential Envelope
•             Special Orders No. 137, Louisville KY, May 17 1918, travel orders to Washington D.C.
•             Memo re: Western Union special rates for week end telegrams to servicemen overseas, August 2, 1917
•             Applying for discharge medical exam
•             Handwritten receipt for equipment, August 16, 1918
•             Certificate of reinstatement for insurance
•             Recapitulation list, Camp Merritt, NJ
•             Discontinuance of allotment (pay) memo, June 2, 1919
•             Certificate of accountability/discharge, Savenay, France, May 24, 1919 (2 copies)
•             Special Order No. 104, leave of absence for officers, Camp Zachary Taylor, Dec. 25 1917
•             Invitation to and program for a theater performance by Prisoners of war Company No. 74, Savenay, France March 1, 1919 (2 pages, in German)
 
Folder 25
•             Memo re: Correspondence re: overseas transportation, August 7, 1917
•             Special Memo for officers to received regiment, Camp Taylor, September 18, 1917
•             Special order No. 137, regiment transfer to Washington D. C., May 17, 1918
•             Letter to “mother” from “Charles” including account of July 16th German offensive at Challons, July 25, 1918 (3 pages)
•             Extract Western Union telegram promoting and appointing officers, October 5, 1917
•             Receipt and Payment to Carl H. Glaser, December 1, 1918
•             Letter to “Jim” from B. J. Semmes, Attorney, Memphis TN, November 14, 1919, re: financial opportunities in Texas oil boom
•             Letter from W. M. Black, War Dept. commendation for service, September 30, 1919
•             “An Army Engineer” song composed at Officer’s training Camp, Camp Funston, Texas, n.d.
•             Memo re: Violation of Orders, incident at Camp Taylor, KY, January 12, 1918 (2 pages)
•             Special Orders No. 53, re: transfer men, Camp Taylor, KY, October 16, 1917
•             Special Order No. 33, Lardner detailed as instructor in Engineers school, Camp Taylor, Feb. 6, 1918
 
Folder 26
•             Dual track meet, Pennsylvania-Cornell program
•             Handwritten letter to Jim from B. J. Semmes re: hiring attorney to settle [father’s] estate, n.d.
•             Letter to Jim from Burr re: 309th Engineers due in New York on July 11, dated July 7, 1919
•             Letter to Guthrie from C. Keller, Camp Taylor, February 25, 1918
•             Letter to James F. Lardner, Sr. from C. Keller, re: correspondence with Guthrie and son’s qualifications, February 25, 1918
•             Memo re: completing Professional statement form, August 22, 1917
•             Bill from Hotel Continental, Paris, October ?
•             Handwritten receipt from Widruy[?] to White, Aug.  7, ?
•             Letter to Jim Lardner from F. b. Smith of Walsh Construction Co. re: voucher for salary, November 26, 1919
•             Special orders No. 149, correction in Special orders no. 137, Camp Taylor, May 29 1918
•             Ordnance of property receipt, December 16, 1918
•             Special orders No 157, Lardner transfer from Savenay to St. Aigram-Neyere[?], France, June 6, 1919
 
Folder 27
Embarkation Orders No. 117, Marseille, France, June 23 1919
Inspection Certificate for St. Aignam Casual Co.
Memo re: receipt of Troop Movement notice, Camp Taylor, November 20, 1917
Bulletin No. 20 re: soldiers should send families info re: mailing address for “American Expeditionary Forces”, August 13, 1918
“To Be Observed” general orders, Camp Merritt
Memo re: Receipt of Letter, Camp Taylor, April 26, 1918
Special order No. 165, troop assignments, June 14, 1919
Duty pass, Savenay, France, May 1919
Clearance receipt for equipment, Savenay, May 28, 1919
Transfer of property form, St. Aignan Casuel Co., January 9, 1919
Special Order No. 53, re: transfer of men, Camp Taylor, October 16 1917
Adjunct General’s office information card, blank form
Statement of Ordnance Stores Purchased from Rock Island Arsenal, August 24, 1917
 
Subject Cross Reference for photographs
 
Groups—Unidentified
Military & War—World War I—Camps
Military & War—World War I—Equipment
Military & War—World War I—Hospitals
Military & War—World War I—Misc.
Military & War—World War I—Portraits, Groups
Military & War—World War I—Portraits, Individuals
Organizations & Clubs—Misc.
Recreation—Camping or “Outing”
Portrait—Lardner, James F. Jr.
Portrait—Logan, Thad. C.
Portrait—Victor, H. C.
 
Subject Cross Reference for Archival Collection
 
Business & Industry—Construction
Military & War—World War I—Camps
Military & War—World War I—Equipment
Military & War—World War I—Misc.
Organizations & Clubs—Misc.
People—Lardner, James F., Jr.
 
 
INVENTORY
 
Charlotte Laux Estate Inventory       1995-16
Also see SNAP print outs for 1995.16.118 and 1995.16.121
 
1995.16.118a    Adult membership card in Girl Scouts of the USA for Mrs. Chester Laux, expires Nov. 1961
1995.16.118b    Exploring the Hand Arts Girl Scouts of the USA, 1955 (for adult leaders)
 
1995.16.121a    Business card for Koch Jeweler and Optician, Davenport with note re: raffle, Dec. 17/[18]98
1995.16.121b    Instant Fashion published in Association with Parade Magazine by Graphic Enterprises, Inc., 1969
1995.16.121c    Design for Living, June 1961, magazine published by Larsen & Co., Builders, Rock Island, showing architectural and interior designs
 
1995.16.43a      Brochure for Puss 'n Boots Cat Food, Coast Fishing Company, Wilmington, California with cat care tips
1995.16.43b      Envelope from Coast Fishing Co. to Miss Charlotte Fout [c. 1930]
1995.16.121      Family Circle magazine, April 1960
 
 
Subject Cross Reference
Business & Industry--Construction
Business & Industry--Jewelry
Houses & Households--Domestic Chores
Houses & Households--Furnishings
Houses & Households--Urban--Interiors--Unidentified
Organizations & Clubs--Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts
Social Life & Customs--Clothing--1960-1999
Social Life & Customs--Pets
 
People
Fout, Charlotte (Mrs. Chester Laux)
Laux, Mrs. Chester (Charlotte nee Fout)
 
 
INVENTORY
 
Laux Girl Scout Collection 1995-16-118
Date: c. 1950-1970
Description: COLLECTION OF ARCHIVAL MATERIAL RELATING TO THE GIRL SCOUTS.
 
1)            "EXPLORING/THE HAND ARTS" BOOK.  COPYRIGHT 1955.  117 PAGES.  PINK COVER. 
2)            PLEDGE CARD SIGNED BY MRS. CHESTER LAUX.  ALSO SERVES AS A CERTIFICATE OF MEMBERSHIP/ACTIVE ADULT IN GIRL SCOUTS.  DATED NOV. 1961.
3)            2 DOUBLE SET RECORDS:  "SING HIGH! SING LOW!" AND "SONGS GIRLS SCOUTS SING",
4)            GIRL SCOUT LEADER'S MANUAL IN A THREE-RING, GREY BINDER,
5)            "SKIP TO MY LOU/17/SINGING GAMES/ GIRL SCOUTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA", ORANGE COVER,
6)            "PROMENADE ALL/A COMPLILATION/OF/SONG-DANCES/ BY/ JANET E. TOBITT",
7)            "PATROL LEADER'S/ HANDBOOK", "LINCOLN SCHOOL  TROOP 64 1959",
8)            "BROWNIE SCOUT HANDBOOK", GREY COVER,
9)            "GIRL SCOUT EQUIPMENT/FALL 1961/ SPRING 1962/ 50TH ANNIVERSARY", "MRS. LAUX" IN URC, COVER,
10)         "GIRL SCOUT LEADER'S GUIDE/ INTERMEDIATE PROGRAM",
11)         BLACK THREE-RING BINDER CONTAINING VARIOUS GIRL SCOUT LEADER GUIDES/HANDOUTS/NOTES.
12)         "FUN AT THE/MEETING PLACE", SOCIAL RECREATION GUIDE,
13)         "OUTDOOR/ACTIVITIES /FOR/IN-TOWN GROUPS/PACKET NO. 2 50 CENTS/THE RAFTER CRAFTERS".
14)         "THE GIRL SCOUT PROMISE" CARDBOARD PLEDGE CARD,
15)         "THE GIRL SCOUT/UNIFORM, INSIGNIA, AND RECOGNITIONS" CATALOGUE,
16)         "GIRL SCOUT POCKET SONGBOOK", 17) "A.C.A. SONG BOOK", SHABONEE GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL, INC.,
17)         "SONGS FOR ALL.../OCCASIONS",
18)         NEWSPAPER CLIPPING OF "GIRL SCOUTS IN ACTION", ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1959",
19)         HOME-MADE GIRL SCOUT POSTER ON OLIVE CONSTRUCTION PAPER.,
20)         "BLUE BOOK" GIRL SCOUTS OF THE U.S.A.,
21)         GIRL SCOUT PROJECT OF AN ANGEL PICTURE WITH STAND (ATTACHED TO BACK),
22)         "GIRL SCOUT POCKET SONGBOOK", ORANGE & WHITE, MADELINE TO RIGHT,
23)         "YOUR OWN BOOK OF/CAMPCRAFT", $0.35 COST,
24)         "PRUDENTIAL'S/TWENTIETH/CENTURY/ GAME BOOK" USED BY MRS. LAUX FOR GIRL SCOUTS,
25)         "SAFETY-WISE/HEALTH AND SAFETY OF GIRL SCOUTS" BOOKLET,
26)         "LEADER'S/ NATURE GUIDE/ HOW TO DO NATURE/BEFORE SHE DOES YOU!/ BY MARIE E. GAUDETTE" BOOKLET,
27)         "HIKING/IN TOWN/OR/ COUNTRY" BOOKLET,
28)         "GAMES/FOR GIRL SCOUTS" BOOKLET,
29)         "D.A.R. MANUAL/FOR CITIZENSHIP" BOOKLET USED BY MRS. LAUX IN SOME CAPACITY FOR THE GIRL SCOUTS,
30)         "GIRL SCOUT LEADER NOTEBOOK"/LOGO IN A THREE-RING, GREEN BINDER,
31)         "THE/DITTY/BAG" COMPILED BY/ JANET E. TOBITT, BOOK,
32)         "TO LIVE A PROMISE/TO SERVE A FUTURE/SHABONEE GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL INC./HENRY, KNOX, MERCER, ROCK ISLAND & WARREN COUNTIES/ ANNUAL MEETING/APRIL 29, 1963" BOOKLET. TWO HANDOUTS INSIDE FRONT COVER, "1963 GIRL SCOUT CAMPING" & A LETTER TO "DEAR CHARLOTTE AND ALL",
33)         "CHRISTMAS CAROLS" BOOKLET,
34)         "FAMILY/FUN/AND/POPULAR/PARTIES/WITH FAMOUS/PARKER GAMES/PRICE 25"CENT SYMBOL, BOOKLET,
35)         "THE WORLD ASSOCIATION/PAINTING BOOK",
36)         "AMERICAN RED CROSS/FIRST AID/TEXTBOOK/REVISED EDITION",
37)         "GIRL SCOUT/HANDBOOK" WITH HANDOUTS LOCATED INSIDE FRONT COVER "GIRL SCOUT SPOTLIGHT" AND INSIDE BACK COVER WHERE 7 B&W PHOTOGRAPHS (UNLABELED AND LABELED),
38)         "SENIOR/ GIRL SCOUTING" BOOK,
39)         FILE FOLDER OF GIRL SCOUT MATERIAL INCLUDING MEMBERSHIP FORMS AND CHARTS, "GIRL SCOUT MARCH 1962 LEADER" MAGAZINE,
40)         "GUIDE/THIRTY-SIXTH CONVENTION/GIRL SCOUT NATIONAL COUNCIL/MIAMI BEACH OCT.21-25, 1963" BOOKLET,
41)         "PROGRAM/THIRTY-SIXTH CONVENTION/GIRL SCOUT NATIONAL COUNCIL/MIAMI BEACH OCT.21-25, 1963" BOOKLET (YELLOW) INCLUDES HANDOUTS WITH IN THE VARIOUS PAGES,
42)         VOTING FLYER "NATIONAL G.S. COUNCIL DELEGATES/VOTE!/FOR VOLUNTARY COUNCIL/COVERAGE/ AGAINST FORCED MERGERS/ FOR NO. 1 SCARSDALE/PROPOSAL/ AGAINST NO. 6 NATIONAL/PROPOSAL/FOR INFORMATION/ CHOICE/HEADQUARTERS/SEA GULL HOTEL",
43)         "THIRTY-SIXTH CONVENTION GIRL SCOUT NATION COUNCIL/MIAMI BEACH/OCTOBER 21-25, 1963/REPORT OF THE TRIENNIUM",
44)         MAGAZINE "GIRL SCOUT JANUARY 1964/LEADER", WITH A DELEGATE BADGE AND SHABONEE NEWS BULLETIN INSIDE COVER,
45)         "WORKBOOK/THIRY-SIXTH CONVENTION/GIRL SCOUT NATIONAL COUNCIL/MIAMI BEACH OCT 21-25, 1963" WITH CLIPPINGS INSIDE BACK COVER "PROPOSALS AT NATIONAL CONVENTION", "SEE IT AT CONVENTION", LETTER TO "DELEGATES TO NATIONAL CONVENTION", NEWSPAPER CLIPPING "DEBATE EXPECTED/ON COUNCIL ROLE/FOR GIRL SCOUTS" AND "GIRL SCOUT/ACTIVITIES" AND "EIGHT NEW BOARD MEMBERS ELECTED/BY SHABONEE GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL"   
 
ALL ITEMS WERE USED BY MRS. CHARLOTTE LAUX IN HER CAPACITY AS GIRL SCOUT LEADER AND DELEGATE TO THE 36TH NATIONAL CONVENTION.  MRS. CHARLOTTE LAUX'S DAUGHTER, CANDICE "CANDY", WAS A BROWNIE THEN A GIRL SCOUT.  ACCESSION NO. 1995-15 [1995-16?], BACK
 
Lib—Arch—R9—S4F
 
(Collection of archival material from the Charlotte Laux estate.)
Photograph ID#: 98.2.13.16 Roll #2
 
Subject Cross Reference
Organizations & Clubs – Girl Scouts
 
 
INVENTORY
 
Laux Greeting & Postcard Collection 1995.16.121
Date: c. 1898 to 1960
Description: A COLLECTION OF GREETING CARDS, POSTCARDS, AND MISCELLANEOUS ARCHIVAL MATERIAL COLLECTED BY CHARLOTTE LAUX OVER MANY YEARS. 
 
1)  POSTCARD-LILACS ON COVER, 12-21-1909. 
2)  POSTCARD-FLOWERS AND BIRTHDAY POEM ON COVER, 3-10, ?. 
3)  POSTCARD-CREEK SCEEN WITH POEM ON COVER, 12-18-1914, TO MRS MARY STOLENBERG. 
4)  POSTCARD-VIEW IN HARNESS SHOP ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL, 8-14-1909, MRS. HARRY LAUX  
5) POSTCARD-ROCK ISLAND CENTENNIAL BRIDGE, ROCK ISLAND, ILL., C. 1940S,
6) GREETING CARD-CHRISTMAS TAG, C. 1900S, MADE IN GERMANY. 
7)  POSTCARD-EUGENE FIELD SCHOOL ROCK ISLAND,IL., 1-8-1925, MRS. FOUT. 
8)  POSTCARD-VIEW OF DAM AT SUBURBAN ISLAND, DAVENPORT, IOWA, 2-26-1910, MRS. HARRY LAUX. 
9)  POSTCARD-1911 HAPPY NEW YEAR, MRS. HARRY LAUX. 
10)  POSTCARD-FRIENDSHIP POEM ON COVER, 9-?-1914, MRS. HARRY LAUX.
11)  POSTCARD-BIRTHDAY GREETING, 12-23-1912, MRS HARRY LAUX. 
12)  POSTCARD-VACATION GREETING, 5-13-1913, MRS. HARRY LAUX. 
13)  POSTCARD-BIRTHDAY GREETING, BIRD AND FLOWERS ON COVER, 12-23-1909, MRS HARRY LAUX. 
14)  POSTCARD-BIRTH CONGRATULATIONS, 2-7-1909, MRS. HARRY LAUX. 
15)  POSTCARD-HUMORUS GREETING WITH CARTOON ILLUSTRATION, 6-18-1908, MRS. HARRY LAUX. 
16)  POSTCARD-HUMORUS CARTOON, 7-20-1914, MRS. HARRY LAUX,
17) POSTCARD-EASTER GREETINGS, C. 1910S, 18)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, 12-23-1909, MRS. HARRY LAUX. 
19)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, 12-24-1910, MRS HARRY LAUX,
20)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, 12-30-1911, MRS. HARRY LAUX. 
21)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, 12-18-1911, MR & MRS. HARRY LAUX,
22)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, 12-13-1915, MRS. STOLENBERG. 
23)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, C. 1908, HARRY AND MARRIE. 
24)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, 12-2-1910, MRS. MARY (LAUX?).
25)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, 12-23-1911, MRS. HARRY LAUX.
 26)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, 12-22-1911, MRS HARRY LAUX. 
27) POSTCARD-BIRTHDAY GREETING, 5-13-1913, MRS. HARRY LAUX. 
28)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, C. 1910S, MR & MRS HARRY LAUX. 
29) POSTCARD-NEW YEAR GREETING, C. 1910S, MR. & MRS HARRY LAUX. 
30) POSTCARD-  NEW YEAR GREETING (IN GERMAN AND ENGLISH), C. 1905-1915, ?,
31)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, 12-21-1912, MRS. MARY STOLENBURG. 
32)  POSTCARD-NEW YEAR GREETING, 12-29-1911, MR & MRS HARRY LAUX.
33)  POSTCARD-NEW YEAR GREETING, 12-30-1909, MR & MRS HARRY LAUX & FAMILY.
34) POSTCARD-NEW YEAR GREETING, 12-30-1910, MR. HARRY LAUX. 
35)  POSTCARD-CONGRATULATIONS, 3-11-1915, TO GRANDMA (MRS. MARY STOLTENBERG) FROM VAL, CHESTER AND DOROTHY LAUX. 
36)  POSTCARD-VALENTINE, 2-27-1915, MRS. M. STOLENBURG. 
37)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, 12-24-1915, MRS. STOLENBERG. 
38)  POSTCARD-NEW YEAR GREETING, C. 1905-1915, MRS. STOLENBERG. 
39) POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, C. 1905-1915, MRS H. LAUX. 
40)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, C. 1912-1922, ?. 
41) POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, 12-23-1915, MARY STOLENBERG. 
42)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, 12-21-1915, MRS. STOLENBERG.
 43)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, 12-18-1911, MR. & MRS. HARRY LAUX. 
44)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, 12-25-1915, ?.
45)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, 12-21-1915, MRS. MARY STOLENBERG. 
46)  POSTCARD-CHRISTMAS GREETING, C. 1905-1915, MR. HARRY LAUX. 
47)  POSTCARD-NEW YEAR GREETING, C. 1910-1915, MRS. H. LAUX. 
48) GREETING CARD-VALENTINE, 12-13-1952, TO MRS. IDA M. FOUT FROM CANDY LAUX. 
49)  GREETING CARD-BIRTHDAY, C. 1950S?, TO DADDY FROM CHARLOTTE AND CHET. 
50)  GREETING CARD-CHRISTMAS, 12-19-1953, TO MRS. IDA FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE, CHET & CANDY. 
51)  GREETING CARD-BIRTHDAY, 12-20-1951, TO MRS. IDA M. FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE. 
52)  GREETING CARD-CHRISTMAS, 12-18-1951, TO MRS. IDA M. FOUT FROM CANDY. 
53)  GREETING CARD-MOTHER'S DAY, 1951, TO ? LOVE CHARLOTTE & CHET. 
54)  GREETING CARD-BIRTHDAY "GRANDMA", 12-19-1950, TO MRS. IDA M. FOUT FROM TOMMIE. 
55)  GREETING CARD-EASTER, 3-30-1945, TO MRS. IDA M. FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE & CHET. 
56)  GREETING CARD-BIRTHDAY, 4-3-1953, TO MRS. IDA M. FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE & CHET. 
57)  GREETING CARD-CHRISTMAS, 12-19-1952, TO MRS. IDA M FOUT FROM CANDY DIANE. 
58) GREETING CARD-EASTER, 12-19-1952, TO MRS. IDA M FOUT FROM CANDY.
 59)  GREETING CARD-EASTER, 3-31-1945, TO MRS. E. FOUT FROMANNA ASHLAND. 
60)  GREETING CARD-EASTER, 4-7-1955, TO MRS. IDA M FOUT FROM CANDY. 
61)  GREETING CARD-VALENTINE, 2-12-55, TO MRS IDA M FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE. 
62)  GREETING CARD-BIRTHDAY, 12-19-1953, TO MRS IDA M FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE & CHET. 
63)  GREETING CARD-VALENTINE, C. 1950-1955, FROM CHARLOTTE & CHET. 
64)  GREETING TAG-CHRISTMAS, C. 1950-1955, TO GRANDMA (IDA FOUT) FROM CANDY. 
65)  GREETING CARD-BIRTHDAY, C. 1950-1955, GRAMS (IDA FOUT) FROM CANDY. 
66)  GREETING CARD-BIRTHDAY, 3-28-1941, TO MR ELI FOUT FROM CHET & CHARLOTTE. 
67) EASTER DUCK CUT-OUT, C. 1950S. 
68)  GREETING CARD-VALENTINE, 2-12-1953, TO MRS IDA M FOUT FROM CANDY. 
69)  GREETING CARD-VALENTINE, 2-12-1953, TO MRS IDA M FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE. 
70)  GREETING CARD-EASTER, C. 1950-1955, TO GRANDMA FOUT FROM CANDY. 
71) GREETING CARD-EASTER, 1952, TO IDA FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE.
 72)  GREETING CARD-CHRISTMAS, C. 1950-1955, TO IDA FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE & CHET. 
73)  GREETING CARD-VALENTINE, 1950, TO IDA FOUT FROM CANDY. 
74)  GREETING CARD- BIRTHDAY, 12-20-1943, TO MRS. E. FOUT FROM MRS. C. LAUX. 
75)  GREETING CARD-EASTER, 4-1-1953, TO MRS IDA M FOUT FROM MRS CHESTER LAUX. 
76)  GREETING CARD-VALENTINE, 2-13-1951, TO MRS IDA M FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE. 
77)  GREETING CARD-VALENTINE, C. 1950S. 
78)  GIFT CARD, 1950, TO IDA FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE, CHET & CANDY. 
79)  GREETING CARD-MOTHER'S DAY, 5-12-1950, TO MRS IDA M FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE. 
80)  GREETING CARD-MOTHER'S DAY, 5-12-1950, TO MRS IDA M FOUT FROM CANDY. 
81)  GREETING CARD-VALENTINE, C. 1950-1955, TO IDA FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE. 
82)  GREETING CARD-VALENTINE, 2-13-1952, TO MRS IDA M FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE. 
83)  GREETING CARD-CHRISTMAS, 12-19-1950, TO MRS IDA M FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE & CHESTER. 
84)  GREETING CARD-GET WELL, 2-22-1951, MRS IDA M FOUT FROM CANDY. 
85) GREETING CARD-EASTER, C. 1950-1955, FROM CANDY DIANE. 
86)  GREETING CARD-MOTHER'S DAY, 1951, FROM DOLLY & JOE BASIL AND CHARLOTTE, CHET & CANDY. 
87)  GREETING CARD, C. 1950S, (TO IDA) FROM CANDY. 
88)  GREETING CARD-MOTHER'S DAY, C. 1950-55, (TO IDA) FROM CANDY. 
89)  GREETING CARD-VALENTINE, C. 1950S, FROM CANDY. 
90)  GREETING CARD-TRIP, C. 1950-55, FROM CANDY. 
91)  GREETING CARD-MOTHER'S DAY, C. 1950S, FROM CANDY. 
92)  GREETING CARD-MOTHER'S DAY, C. 1950S, FROM CHARLOTTE & CHESTER. 
93)  GREETING CARD-EASTER, C. 1950-51, FROM CANDY. 
94)  GREETING CARD-BIRTHDAY, C. 1950-1955, FROM CANDY. 
95)  GREETING CARD-FATHER'S DAY, 1944, FROM CHARLOTTE & CHET. 
96)  GREETING CARD-HANDMADE, UNUSED.
 97)  GREETING CARD-VALENTINE, 2-12-1944, TO MR AND MRS E. FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE & CHESTER.
 98)  GIFT TAG, C. 1950-1955, TO GRANDMA FOUT FROM CANDY. 
99)  GREETING CARD-EASTER, C. 1945-1955, TO IDA FROM CHARLOTTE & CHET. 
100)  GREETING CARD-BIRTHDAY, 12-19-1953, TO MRS IDA M FOUT FROM CANDY.
101)  GREETING CARD-CHRISTMAS, 12-20-1955, TO MRS. IDA M FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE & CHESTER. 
102)  GREETING CARD-VALENTINE, C. 1954, TO GRANDMA FOUT FROM CANDY. 
103)  GREETING CARD-MOTHER'S DAY, 5-7-1954, TO MRS IDA FOUT FROM CANDY. 
104)  GREETING CARD-CHRISTMAS, 12-19-1953, TO MR. BASIL FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE, CHESTER & CANDY. 
105)  GREETING CARD-BIRTHDAY, 12-20-195?, TO MRS IDA M FOUT FROM CANDY. 
106)  GREETING CARD-EASTER, 4-15-1954, TO MRS IDA M FOUT FROM CANDY. 
107)  GREETING CARD-MOTHER'S DAY, 5-7-1954, TO MRS IDA M FOUT FROM CHARLOTTE. 
108)  GREETING CARD-MOTHER'S DAY, 5-6-1955, TO MRS IDA M FOUT FROM CANDY. 
109)  GREETING CARD-GET WELL, 1-7-1947, TO MRS. ELI FOUT FROM MR & MRS. H. LAUX.   
 
THE POSTCARDS AND CARDS ARE FROM DONOR'S FAMILY.  MRS. IDA (ELI) FOUT IS CHARLOTTE LAUX'S MOTHER.  CHARLOTTE MARRIED CHESTER LAUX, SON OF HARRY & MARIE LAUX.  CHARLOTTE AND CHESTER HAD ONE CHILD, CANDICE (CANDY) LAUX.    MOST OF THE GREETING CARDS INCLUDE THE ORIGINAL ENVELOPE.   
 
ACCESSION NO. 1995-16, BACK
 
Lib—Arch—R9—S4F
 
(Collection of archival material from the Charlotte Laux estate; 109 items total; Postcards, greeting cards, magazines; See accession file for more information)
 
(Photograph ID # 98.2.13.17 Roll #2)
 
Subject Cross Reference
Dams
Holidays & Celebrations – Christmas
Holidays & Celebrations – Misc.
Holidays & Celebrations – New Year’s
Orphanages & Old Age Homes – Annie Wittenmyer
Schools & Education – Rock Island Schools – Eugene Field School
Social Life & Customs – Birth
 
 
INVENTORY
 
Jim and Elizabeth Leach Collection 2003-24
Inclusive Dates:  1873, 1948-1982 (predominately 1955-1965)
Scope Notes: This collection contains photographs and archival material from Congressman James A. (Jim) Leach, Jr. and his wife Elizabeth (Deba) Leach. The collection supplements the artifacts which are also part of the donation.
 
Materials largely related to Jim and his bother Bob's high school and college athletic careers and Jim's college activities. One folder is related to Deba's involvement in organizing the Quad City Family Festival For Peace in 1982, sponsored by the Iowa chapter of Peace Links – Women against Nuclear War.
 
Scrapbooks (2003.24.74-75) and newspaper clipping removed form the books are stored separately. Scrapbook 2003.24.74 chronicles the Jim Leach's athletic career. 2003.24.75 chronicles the athletic career of Jim's brother, Bob Leach. Folder 3 contains letters, magazines, programs and other non-newspaper materials which were removed from these two scrapbooks.
 
In 1981, the Tri-City Symphony Orchestra sponsored a fund-raiser the Decorators' Show House. This was the first year for the fundraiser and the featured house was the Nathaniel French home at 20 Fulton Ave, which was owned by Jim and Deba (Elizabeth) Leach. Booklet includes history of house and how and by home it was decorated. (2003.24.86-87)
 
Oversized photos – stored with oversized prints
-               Aerial view of Adel Wholesalers, c. 1960 (2004.24.83)
-               Group portrait of Princeton University Wrestling team, c. 1962
-               Group portrait of [Princeton University class council], c. 1962, some identified
 
Oversized archival material
2003.24.94         Poster of the Different Dragon by Sandy Winborn [stored in LIB-ARCH-OSCab2-D3]
2003.24.88         Peace Rally proclamation [rolled on metal conduet, stored LIB-ARCH-R3-S1TOP
 
Folder 1- Photographs – The uncataloged photos and negs were probably found in scrapbooks.
-               Camp site – tent with boys in foreground, cabin in background, men and boys around picnic table and cabin [Boy Scout camping trip?]
-               3 boys and man standing at worktable [sanding wooden bowls], [Scouting?]
-               6 pairs of negatives documenting group of young men boating (speed boat), c. 1958 (found in enveloped dated 9/6/58
-               Aerial view of Adel Wholesalers, Bettendorf, between State Street and river, [c. 1960]. (2003.24.84)
-               Aerial view of Nathaniel French/Leach home in McClellan Heights, in winter, [c. 1960] (2003.24.85)
-               Portrait of Jim Leach shaking hands with Fred Schwengel with US Capitol in background, autographed "Especially for Jim Leach/Fred Schwengel"
-               Portrait of three men with US Capitol in background, L to R, Jim Leach, Fred Schwengel shaking hands with unidentified young man
-               Paper used as source to identify members of Princeton University Wrestling Team and Class Council.
 
Folder 2
2003.24.53         Booklet YOU Are Democracy: A Handbook for Citizens of Davenport and Scott County compiled and published by League of Women Voters of Scott County, c. 1948.
2003.24.54         Duplicate of previous.
 
Folder 3 – removed from scrapbook 2003.24.74 re: Jim Leach high school and college activities
Related to high school career
•             Football Report on Moline, 1959
•             Football Report on Rock Island, 1959
•             Davenport High School musical program, "Of Thee I Sing" April 8 and 9, 1960
•             Davenport High School Commencement program, June 7, 1960 (2 copies)
•             Letter of invitation to Davenport Youth Club (summer youth program) sponsored by Davenport Park Board, James Leach, President, June 2, 1960
•             Davenport High School Football program, Central vs. Moline, October 29, 1965
 
Related to activities at Princeton University
•             Postcard to James Mitchell, Princeton University, for contribution to 1962 St. Paul's Society Fund Drive (Episcopal mission society), from James A. Leach and Charles A Powell, Fund co-chairmen
•             Booklet "Bicker 1962: A Sophomore Guide for the 1962 Elections to Princeton's Upperclass Eating Clubs"
•             Sheet music "IVY" by r. T. Townsend and H. M. Alexander
•             Small sign "James A. Leach, Jr. '64/Princeton University"
•             Class schedule for Junior year
•             Invitation from Undergraduate Council to dinner honoring D. Ira O. Wade, March 7, 1961 (2 copies)
•             Invitation from The Senior Board of the Daily Princetonian at 85th Annual Banquet, Jan. 19, 1961
•             Invitation from the Undergraduate Council to spring banquet, May 8, 1961
•             Christmas card from Robert F. Goheen
•             School year calendar listing games, appointments and activities
•             Invitation from Class of 1965 to Freshman Prom, April 28, 1962
Related to Rugby team at Princeton University
•             Team roster for games between Princeton University Rugby Club "Tigers" vs. University of California [Berkeley] Rugby Club "Golden Bears", April 1, 1961
•             Invitation from the Interfraternity Council of the University of Virginia to the rugby team members at Notre Dame, Princeton and Yale Universities to parties, March 30 and 31, 1962
•             Schedule of games and team roster for Commonwealth Cup at University of Virginia, March 31 and April 1 [1962?]
•             Player roster for game between Brown and Princeton, April 21, 1962
•             Schedule of events for [Rugby match] between The London School of Economics R. F. C and the Netherlands School of Business in Nijenrode, Holland, March 10 – 13, 1967
Wrestling
•             Program for wrestling match between Princeton and Lehigh, January 12, 1963 (2 copies)
•             1 page of Amateur Wrestling News, Oklahoma City, Feb. 20, 1963
Misc. or unknown context
•             List of teams "Chapel Deacons – 1962-63"
•             List of team members for two teams "Leach's White Maulers vs. Griffith's Colored Bears"
•             Page titled "Amherst Athletics" re: Bob Leach's football career at Amherst
Related to football
•             List of team members for Lightweight Varsity Football game between Columbia and Princeton, Oct. 12, 1963
•             Official Weight Report – Eastern Intercollegiate 150-pound Football League for Princeton's squad (6 copies)
•             Team roster for game between Princeton and Navy, Nov. 9, 1963
•             Team roster for game between Princeton and West Point, Nov. 1, 1963
Related to class officer position
•             Letter of congratulations on election as class Vice President from Arnold M. Berlin of the Princeton Club of Chicago, May 23, 1961, with envelope
•             Minutes for Undergraduate Council meeting, October 17, 1963 (2 copies)
Related to Ivy Club
•             Program for Ivy Club annual dinner, March 2, 1962
•             List of names titled "Ivy Club 1964 Section"
•             Ivy Club Financial Statements as of March 31, 1962
 
Folder 4 – removed from scrapbook 2003.24.75 – re: Bob Leach college activities
•             Amherst College Class of 1960, Directory of Freshman Class, 1957
•             Booklet "Rushing at Amherst", c. 1957
•             List of pledges to Beta Theta Pi, March 25, 1957 (removed from previous)
•             Match schedule for N.E.I.W.A Tournament, March 8-9, 1957 (wrestling)
•             Letter to Mr. A. J. Stolfa, DHS football coach from John J. McLaughry, Amherst College's football coach, comment on Bob's playing and recruiting players from DHS; note at bottom to Bob's parents from Butch [Stolfa?]
•             Program for Alumni Banquet of Beta Iota of Beta Theta Pi, Oct. 26, 1957
•             Program for 12th Annual Championships of the New England Intercollegiate Wrestling Association, March 7 and 8, 1958
•             Magazine Sports Illustrated, December 9, 1963 (3 copies)
 
Folder 5 – removed from chalkboard 2003.24.76
•             Child's drawing of hands and feet
•             Child's writing practice, c. 1948
•             Receipt from Marshal Field & Company for [pants]
•             Kleenex lipstick tissues and holder to carry in purse (2 items)
 
Folder 6 – 2003.24.86-87 -  archival materials related to Tri-City Symphony Orchestra Decorators' Show House
2003.24.87         Program for Decorators' Show House, 1981 includes history of house and floor plan, how rooms were decorated and by whom as well as advertisements/sponsors
2003.24.86 – listed below             
•             Schedule of events and ticket information flyer
•             Letter from Rose Ann Hass of Symphony's Junior Board soliciting lists of organizations and addresses (2 copies)
•             Event fact sheet and letter soliciting group ticket sales to organizations
•             Burlington Area chamber of Commerce organization list
•             Canton, Illinois organization list
•             Greater Des Moines Chamber of Commerce associations list
•             DeWitt Chamber of Commerce organizations list
•             Dixon, Illinois Chamber of Commerce and Industry organizations list
•             Dubuque Chamber of Commerce organizations list
•             Ft. Madison Community services Directory
•             Freeport, Illinois, clubs and organizations list
•             Galena Area Organizations list
•             Galesburg Clubs and Organizations list
•             Geneseo organizations list
•             Iowa City organizations list
•             Kewanee organizations list
•             Keokuk Chamber of Commerce Clubs and Organizations list
•             Macomb Area Chamber of Commerce List of Clubs and Organizations
•             Maquoketa Area Chamber of Commerce List of Clubs and Organizations
•             Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce List of Organizations
•             Mount Pleasant clubs and organizations list
•             Ottumwa Area Chamber of Commerce List of Service Clubs and Organizations
•             Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce List of Service Clubs
•             Princeton, Illinois, Organizations list
•             Rochelle, Illinois, list of clubs and organizations
•             Rockford list of civic organizations
•             Sterling and Rock Falls list of Clubs and Organizations
•             Sterling, Illinois, Clubs and organizations list
•             Tipton, Iowa, organizations
•             Wilton, Iowa, organizations
 
Folder 7 – related to peace rally Quad City Family Festival For Peace organized by Deba Leach and Anne Culver
2003.24.92         Peace Links contact information cards (a-c)
2003.24.93         The Different Dragon coloring book by Sandy Winborn of Davenport
2003.24.95a      press release for peace rally, dated Oct. 5, 1982
2003.24.95b      program for peace rally, October 10, 1982
2003.24.96a-c   press release mailing list – Tri City Symphony Orchestra Associaton
2003.24.97         Peace links program – festival program with Peace Links logo and listing steering committee
2003.24.98         hand written note on rally events
2003.24.99         statement of Peace Links goals
2003.24.100      Letter from Peace Links about rally
2003.24.101      hand written draft of a letter asking Radio-Radio program to promote National Peace Day, Oct. 10, 1982
2003.24.102      Peace Links informational brochure
2003.24.103      hand written schedule for Betty Bumper, Iowa chapter president
2003.24.104      handwritten planning checklist
2003.24.105      Peace Links blank letterhead (3 copies)
2003.24.106      goals and plan for peace rally
2003.24.107      press release for local meeting of Peace Links held Aug. 23, [1982] (3 copies)
2003.24.108      biographical information on Betty Bumpers
2003.24.109-111 handwritten notes, re: media and other contacts   
2003.24.112      hand written note re: planning of rally
 
Folder 8
2003.24.118      Abstract book, 1849-1874 "Bills and Block, Davenport, Iowa, 1873"
 
Subject Headings – Photograph collections
Boats & Boating—Recreation & Pleasure
Business & Industry—Misc.
Groups—Identified
Politics
Railroads—Tracks, Siding, Shops, Yards, Signals
Recreation—Camping, Outings
Sports—Wrestling
Cities—Bettendorf—Bird's Eye & Aerial Views
Cities—Davenport—Bird's Eye & Aerial Views
Cities—Bettendorf—Street Scenes—Residential—1920-1959
Portraits—Leach, James A. Jr. (Jim)
                --Schwengel, Fred
 
Subject Headings – Archival collections
Music—Orchestras--Quad City Symphony
Organizations & Clubs—Misc.
Sports—Football
Sports—Misc.
Sports--Wrestling
People – Leach, Bob
                -- Leach, Elizabeth (Deba)
                -- Leach, James A, Jr. (Jim)
 
 
INVENTORY
 
LECLAIRE  1878-120
 
In this guide, Antoine LeClaire is called LeClaire. His wife Marguerite LaPage LeClaire is called Marguerite.  Antoine LeClaire's father was Francois Antoine LeClaire.  He is called F.A. LeClaire to distinguish him from two of his sons, Antoine and Francois.  However, he too is called Antoine LeClaire in many documents.
 
Financial Records
I.              1812-19
A.  (122) December 5, 1812 itemized receipt from Thomas Forsyth that confirmed he received payment for the items from F.A. LeClaire.
B.  (123) August 23, 1813 instructions (from and to whom is unknown) to a sum from Julien Roy and that would pay the balance, therefore give Roy the deed.
C.  (124) 1814 receipt from H. Simends (?) that confirmed F.A. LeClaire paid his 1813 taxes.
D.  (127) June 25, 1814 receipt from I. Devore that confirmed F.A. LeClaire paid him for letters of administration.
E.  (129) 1815 receipt from I. Devore that confirmed F.A. LeClaire paid his1814 taxes.
F.  (130) June 9, 1815 receipt from C.S. Whisler that D. Moore gave him money to apply to F.A. LeClaire's account.
G. (133) October 10, 1815 receipt from I. Devore that confirmed Antoine Bourbainna paid his 1814 taxes.
H. (134) October 10, 1815 receipt from I. Devore that confirmed F.A. LeClaire paid money towards his taxes.
I. (135) October 10, 1815 receipt from I. Devore that confirmed Antoine Roy paid money towards his taxes.
J. (136) May 4, 1816 receipt from (?), justice of the peace, that confirmed F.A. LeClaire paid the money awarded to Francis Lannier in a case between the two.
K. (138) 1816 itemized receipt from Thomas P. James that confirmed he received payment from Michael Lapene.
L. (139) October 30, 1816 letter from J. H. Long to LeClaire in which Long informed LeClaire of payments for various services.  An itemized statement is included.
M. (141) LeClaire's April 9, - July 11, 1817 itemized account with Thomas Hempstead and a April 29, 1819 receipt that confirmed LeClaire paid off the account.
N. (143) July 27, 1818 receipt from Ham & Crooks for Francois LeClaire's (LeClaire's brother) pelts given to them by Benito Vasquez.
O. (144) May 30, 1819 bill to Michel Lepallieur from Joseph Lesiege.
P. (145) July 27, 1819 receipt from Andrew Burns that confirmed he received the payment due him from James M. LaPierre.
Q. (146) August 21, 1819 receipt from A.C. Farmer that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1818 taxes.
II. 1820-24
A. (156) April 3, 1820 receipt from A.C. Farmer that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1819 taxes.
B. (157) June 5, 1820 receipt from A.C. Farmer that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1819 taxes.  It is unclear whether this receipt and the previous one are for two different taxes or if one was a receipt for F. A. LeClaire.
C. (149) LeClaire's February, 1820 - 1822 itemized account statement for various repair jobs from W, Linche.
D. (147) 1821 receipt from George Atchison that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1820 taxes.
E. (148) 1821 receipt from George Atchison that confirmed Francois LeClaire (LeClaire's brother) paid his 1820 taxes.
F. (154) April 24, 1822 receipt from Hiram H. Baker that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1821 taxes.
G. (151) 1823 receipt from John Rochester that confirmed Francis Claremont paid his 1822 taxes.
H. (152) 1823 receipt from John Rochester that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1822 taxes.
I. (153) 1823 receipt from John Rochester that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1822 taxes.  It is unclear whether this receipt and the previous one are for two different taxes or if one receipt was for F.A. LeClaire.
J. (160) September 20, 1823 receipt from Silas Massey that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1823 taxes.
K. (161) October 11, 1823 receipt from Silas Massey that confirmed Francis Claremont paid his 1823 taxes.
L. (163) 1824 list of LeClaire's property appraised by Benjamin Walker.
M. (165) July 30, 1824 bill from George Collier to Antoine Senecal for cloth.
N. (166) August 16, 1824 receipt from Silas Massey that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1824 taxes.
O. (162) 1824 receipt from Silas Massey that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1824 taxes.
P. (168) December 1824 - January 1825 itemized bill from (?) to Mr. Beaver for tobacco and whiskey.
III. 1825-29
A. (181) February 24, 1825 itemized bill from George Collier to LeClaire for household goods and whiskey.
B. (169) 1825 appraisal of the personal property of the F.A. LeClaire homestead.
C. (171) October 7, 1825 itemized inventory appraisal list of F.A. LeClaire's personal property.
D. (172) Original handwritten copy of the previous document.
E. (173) *WARNING:  This document comes in two parts!*  November 14, 1825 bill of sale from the auction of the late F.A. LeClaire's property and estate conducted by Joseph Johnson.
F. (182) October 25, 1825 receipt from W.L. Mills that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1825 taxes.
G. (184) August 11, 1827 receipt from W.L. Mills that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1827 taxes.
H. (186) June 16, 1828 promissory note from LeClaire to Russell Farnham.
I. (187) August - October, 1828 itemized bill from George Collier to Joseph Graveline for various merchandise.
J. (188) October 21, 1828 receipt from William Fulkerson that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1828 taxes.
K. (189) September 18, 1829 receipt from George Collier that confirmed LeClaire paid him for merchandise, which is also listed, bought that April.
L. (193) May 15, 1829 receipt from S.R. Throckmorton to LeClaire that showed LeClaire paid for passage and freight on the steamer Red Rover.
M. (194) October 9, 1829 receipt from B.B. Hobat that confirmed George Conner paid the money given to him by LeClaire for LeClaire's 1829 taxes.
N. (195) September 1, 1829 statement of the fees paid by LeClaire and his brother Francois to settle the estate of F.A. LeClaire.
IV. 1830-33
A. (196) June 2, 1830 itemized bill from W.L. Mills to LeClaire for various purchases.
B. (198) June 23, 1830 bill from (?) to LeClaire for freight on three barrels.
C. (200) September 30, 1830 bill from Francois LeClaire (LeClaire's brother) to the United States Indian Department for services rendered under the employ of Thomas Forsyth.
D. (201) This document contains two items.
                1. October 4, 1830 receipt from John Foley that confirmed John B. LeBeau paid his 1830 taxes.
                2. October 4, 1830 receipt from John Foley that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1830 taxes.
E. (203) October 16, 1830 receipt from M. Giles & Ingam that confirmed LeClaire had paid off his account.
F. (204) October 21, 1830 itemized bill from W.L. Mills to LeClaire that showed what recent purchases were added to his account.
G. (206) November 7, 1830 receipt from Hugh White to John B. LeBeau that confirmed he paid LeClaire's freight charges.
H. (207) December 6, 1830 settlement of LeClaire's account with George Davenport.
I. (215) April 1, 1831 receipt from Lewis M. Moins (?) of the U.S. Infantry to LeClaire that confirmed LeClaire paid for food supplies.
J. (216) March 30, 1831 receipt from (?) that confirmed LeClaire paid for the flour he received.
K. (217) August 4, 1831 receipt from John Foley that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1831 taxes.
L. (218) January 10, 1832 promissory note by Charles Martineau to John C. Evans.
M. (219) October 8, 1832 promissory note by Charles Martineau to John C. Evans with an itemized list of purchases.
N. (208) LeClaire's handwritten copy of his itemized bill for his services as an interpreter from December 9, 1832 to March 21, 1833.
O. (209) LeClaire's handwritten copy of his itemized bill for his services as an interpreter from April 17, - June 17, 1833.
P. (221) February 13, 1833 itemized accounting of expenses Antoine Louis Truteau paid by his guardian Louis Truteau.
Q. (222) March 27, 1833 receipt from Michael Bartlett for a flatboat for LeClaire paid for by George Davenport.
R. (223) March 30, 1833 receipt from Henry Shaw to LeClaire for hardware and tools.
S. (224) Receipt from S. Phelps & Co. to LeClaire for lumber and goods purchased in June and July, 1833.
T. (225) July 2, 1833 receipt from (?) that confirmed LeClaire paid for two horses formerly belonging to V.L. Davidson.
U. (226) July 26, 1833 receipt from Henry Shaw that confirmed LeClaire paid him for the hardware and tools he purchased.
V. (227) July 31, 1833 receipt from J. Throckmorton that confirmed LeClaire paid him for the plank and nails he purchased.
W. (1114) September, 1833 itemized receipt from J.B. Patterson that confirmed LeClaire paid for services rendered.
X. (229) September 2, 1833 receipt from Benjamin F. Pike that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1833 taxes.
Y. (230) September 12, 1833 receipt from Alfred B. Byle that confirmed he was paid for the horse LeClaire bought from him.
Z. (231) October 23, 1833 itemized bill for timber by Pierce H. Murray.
AA. (234) November 26, 1833 bill for goods LeClaire bought at auction.
V. 1834-35
A. (228) April 29, 1834 receipt from Lambert Lapier that confirmed LeClaire paid him for blacksmith work.  The work done between August, 1833 - January, 1834 is also on the receipt in an itemized list.
B. (233) Listing of LeClaire's account transactions with William Stanley for supplies between November 12, 1833 - January 25, 1834.
C. (239) April, 1834 - June, 1837 itemized list of LeClaire's account for cash paid against the half-breed claim.
D. (243) March 28, 1834 LeClaire's itemized bill from Rich & Rapin for cloth goods.
C. (244) March 29, 1834 itemized receipt from Joseph Charles that confirmed LeClaire paid for household items.
D. (245) April 2, 1834 LeClaire's itemized bill from S.B. O'Connell for passage and freight.
E. (246) April 16, 1834 itemized receipt from Joseph Charles that confirmed LeClaire paid for window glass.
F. (247) May 27, 1834 itemized receipt from S.B. O'Connell that confirmed LeClaire paid for housewares and hardware.
G. (250) August 7, 1834 itemized receipt from Henry Shaw that confirmed LeClaire paid for hardware.
H. (251) August 8, 1834 itemized receipt from Joseph Charles that confirmed LeClaire paid for white lead and linseed oil.
I. (261) August 10, 1834 receipt from Joseph Pronsha that confirmed George Davenport gave him the money LeClaire owed him for a horse.
J. (252) September 22, 1834 itemized receipt from S.B. O'Connell that confirmed LeClaire paid for passage and freight, an itemized list of the account is also on the document.
K. (262) October 31, 1834 receipt from Jesse Egman that confirmed Ornage Babbitt paid for a stray horse found ten miles below Fort Clark.
L. (253) November 4, 1834 receipt from Noah Farnagint that confirmed Orange Babbitt gave him the money LeClaire owed for the recovery of a stray horse.  On the back there is receipt from the County Clerk of Knox County for granting restitution of a stray horse.
M. (254) November 18, 1834 receipt from Charless & Paschall that confirmed LeClaire paid for a subscription to the Missouri Republican.
N. (263) January 12, 1835 receipt from M.T.F. Cornware that confirmed LeClaire paid for the horse that used to belong to Mrs. Jenkins.
O. (265) February 26, 1835 itemized receipt from Rich Harrison that confirmed LeClaire paid for shoes and boots.
P. (269) May 5, 1835 bill of sale from William Sublett given to LeClaire for the horse he bought.
Q. (267) March 31, 1835 from Orange Babbitt that confirmed LeClaire paid off his account.
R. (270) May 23, 1835 from Stephen H. Burtis that confirmed LeClaire paid off his account.
S. (273) September 24, 1835 itemized receipt from Rickerston & Holt that confirmed LeClaire paid for carpet.
T. (274) September 26, 1835 itemized receipt from Henry Shaw that confirmed LeClaire paid for housewares and nails.
U. (275) September 29, 1835 itemized receipt from J.A.C. Forbes that confirmed LeClaire paid for looking glass, pictures, etc.
V. (277) October 6, 1835 receipt from James Counby that confirmed LeClaire paid for freight and passage on the steamer Dubuque.
W. (278) October 7, 1835 receipt from Joseph H. Conn that confirmed LeClaire paid for freight on planks.
X. (280) November 8, 1835 receipt from W.H. Scudder that confirmed LeClaire paid off his account.
Y. (279) Itemized account of James R. Stubbs had with George Davenport for clothing and supplies from October 27, 1835 to July 15, 1836.
Z. (264) Itemized account of Pay. E. Shick (?) and his band had with LeClaire for supplies bought and skins credited from February 4, 1835 - March 3, 1837.
VI. 1836
A. (301) Receipt from Joseph Conway that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for deeds and certificates.
B. (291) John Emerson's bill from Mr. Woods for nails and hardware.
C. (317) Itemized bill from Pratte, Chouteau to LeClaire for dry goods.
D. (318) January 1, itemized receipt from A.W. McGregor that confirmed LeClaire paid for the legal services of Haskel & Davis.
E. (321) George Davenport and LeClaire's account with Haskel & Davis from April 26, to October 10.
F. (293) May 7, receipt from W.B. Watts that confirmed John Emerson paid for Plastering, hauling, and materials.
G. (294) May 21, receipt from Samuel Bell that confirmed John Emerson paid for work done on his claim.
H. (295) May 21, receipt from William Bell that confirmed John Harold paid for work done on John Emerson'a claim.
I. (323) June 20, James Haskel and Thomas Davis's mortgage for land belonging to George Davenport and LeClaire.
J. (324) June 28, receipt from P.G. Hambough that confirmed LeClaire paid for lots in Davenport for T.F. Smith.
K. (325) July 1, receipt from T.F.E. Verriydt that confirmed Joseph Novale paid for the funerals of Joseph Loise and his wife.
L. (296) July 27, bill from J.H. & D. Sullivan to John Emerson for chains.
M. (297) July 30, receipt from John Sanford that confirmed John Harold paid for work done on John Emerson's claim.
N. (327) September 3, receipt from P.G. Hambough that confirmed LeClaire paid for all the items he purchased.
O. (315) Unidentified list of names with attached figures titled "Treaty of September 28, 1836".
P. (328) October 6, itemized receipt from Tadok Halboug and James Castal that confirmed LeClaire paid for the labor they did on his house.
Q. (329) October 19, itemized receipt from Henry Shaw that confirmed LeClaire paid for hardware, furniture, bells, and a buffalo robe.
R. (330) October 20, itemized receipt from Jones & Corthson that confirmed LeClaire paid for coats.
S. (331) October 20, receipt from EAI & Co.that confirmed LeClaire paid for blacksmith work.
T. (58) October 20, receipt from Henry Shaw that confirmed Theodore Digby paid on his account.
U. (332) October 20, receipt from Timothy Oakley that confirmed LeClaire paid for a screw plate and saw.
V. (333) October 20, itemized receipt from Timothy Oakley that confirmed LeClaire paid for file work.
W. (334) October 21, receipt from M'Gunnegal and Way that confirmed LeClaire paid for sugar and flour.
X. (335) October 21, receipt from Burd & Tilden & Co. that confirmed LeClaire paid for a stove and pipe.
Y. (336) October 21, receipt from Jones & Bacon that confirmed LeClaire paid for paint and varnish.
Z. (337) General Joseph M. Street's account with LeClaire for lard, butter, beef, and pine planks from May to October.
AA. (339) October 22, itemized receipt from H. Boyle & Co. that confirmed LeClaire paid for clothing.
BB. (340) October 22, itemized receipt from John Erskine that confirmed LeClaire paid for cheese.
CC. (341) October 24, itemized receipt from Jones & Corthson that confirmed LeClaire paid for clothing.
DD. (342) October 29, receipt from L. Dodge that confirmed LeClaire paid for freight and passage on the steamer Dubuque.
EE. (343) October 31, receipt from Joseph Couch that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for having chimney cleaning.
FF. (288) October 31, promissory note by Henry Powers, Jacob Baily, John  Schloderbeck and Robert McIntosh, who promised to pay Jacob Baily when  the note came due.  It is believed the first Jacob Baily is the son  and the second is the father.
GG. (344) November 18, receipt from Charless & Paschall that confirmed  LeClaire paid for his subscription to the Missouri Republican.
HH. (345) November 22, receipt from George Davenport that confirmed he was paid for hinges and locks.
II. (282) December, George Davenport and LeClaire's account for the Davenport Hotel.
JJ. (283) December 22, bill from Calbough (?) to George Davenport and LeClaire for extra work.
KK. (346) December 28, itemized statement from Henry Powers that confirmed LeClaire paid for materials and labor for the Davenport Hotel.
LL. (284) December 29, receipt from Edward Powers that confirmed the owner/owners (?) of the Davenport Hotel paid for board and tenders.
MM. (299) December 30, John Harold's account with John Emerson.
NN. (300) December 30, inventory of articles received by LeClaire from John Harold, including furniture, tools, livestock, and crops.
VII. 1836-37
A. (310) Wap-pel-law and his band's itemized account with LeClaire in the Wisconsin Territory from July 1, 1836 to September 9, 1837.
B. (311) Wap-pel-law and his band's itemized account with LeClaire in the Wisconsin Territory from July 1836 to September 11, 1837.
C. (312) Wap-pel-law and his band's itemized account with LeClaire in Council Lodge from July 17, 1836 to September 11, 1837.
D. (313) Keokuk and his band's itemized account with LeClaire in the Wisconsin Territory from August 20, 1836 to September 7, 1837.
E. (314) Keokuk and his band's itemized account with LeClaire from September 1, 1836 to September 11, 1837.
F. (316) George Davenport's account with LeClaire from December 1836 to May 1837.
G. (326) LeClaire's account with Pratte Chouteau & Co. from August 8, 1836 to March 1838 and a April 15, 1839 receipt that confirmed LeClaire paid off the account.
H. (59) LeClaire's bill to the Sauks, Wap-pel-law, and Poweshiek (?) for services rendered as their agent.
I. (361) Poweshiek (?) and his band's account with LeClaire from April 1-November 28, 1837.
J. (378) April 6, 1837 receipt from Jonah B. Case that confirmed LeClaire paid for bricks.
K. (379) April 18, 1837 additions to Edward Powers' account with LeClaire.
L. (380) April 24, 1837 itemized receipt from Evans & Dougherty that confirmed LeClaire paid for receipt books.
M. (362) Poweshiek (?) and his band's account with LeClaire from April 27,- September 9, 1837.
N. (363) *WARNING:  This document comes in three parts!*  Poweshiek (?) and his band's account with LeClaire from May 4,-August 22, 1837.
O. (365) May 16, 1837 itemized receipt from Gordon Washburn that confirmed Poweshiek (?) paid for various items he bought.
P. (366) May 20, 1837 Poweshiek's (?) bill from Brice McGeehon for flour.
Q. (388) June 27, 1837 itemized bill from John J. Anderson to George Davenport and LeClaire for cloth, ticking, and padding.
R. (389) July, 1837 receipt from Adam Noel that confirmed LeClaire paid for legal fees.
S. (391) September 6, 1837 receipt from (?) that confirmed J. Parker and John P. Cook paid for lots of land they bought.
T. (369) September 9, 1837 receipt from Mary Augusta St. Amand that confirmed the Sauks, Wap-pel-law, and Poweshiek (?) all paid of their accounts.
U. (370) September 20, 1837 itemized bill for Poweshiek (?) from Philip Clark for goods and services.
V. (394) November 1, 1837 itemized bill from Huntington & Campbell to Margaret Davenport for dry goods.
W. (395) November 8, 1837 itemized bill from Warren Kimball to Levi C. Turner for hats and leather goods.
X. (396) November 8, 1837 itemized bill from Huntington, Tiffany & Elwell to Adrian Davenport for hardware, guns, and tools.
Y. (397) November 9, 1837 itemized bill from Brewster, Soloman & Co. to Levi C. Turner for clothing.
Z. (398) November 11, 1837 bill from J.B. Ball to Levi C. Turner for coats.
AA. (399) November 14, 1837 receipt from Levi C. Turner that confirmed George Davenport paid him for bills (Folder VII, Documents X, Y, AA, and BB).
BB. (373) November 18, 1837 receipt from Mrs. Joseph Gonville that confirmed LeClaire paid her the money due her from the Treaty of 1836.
CC. (360) November 30, 1837 receipt from J.J. Clark that confirmed LeClaire paid him for survey work.
DD. (400) December 29, 1837 receipt from James Clark & Co. that confirmed LeClaire paid for subscriptions to Belmont Gazette and Wisconsin Territorial Gazette.
VIII. 1837-38
A. (350) Itemized bill from W.R. Shoemaker to LeClaire for survey work done between May, 1837 - February, 1838.
B. (375) Itemized account of George Davenport with Sauks from November 27, 1837 to September 7, 1838.
C. (383) LeClaire's account with Pratte Chouteau & Co. from May 17, 1837 to October 15, 1838.
D. (393) Itemized account of (?)'s labor for (?) from October 23, 1837 to June 28, 1838.
E. (437) 1838 receipt from G.C.N. Mitchell that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid their defense fees.
F. (470) 1838 itemized bill from Sam Lakete to George Davenport and LeClaire for earthenware.
G. (471) 1838 bill from William C. Enos to George Davenport and LeClaire for various items purchased.
H. (438) January 20, 1838 receipt from G.A. Patterson that confirmed LeClaire paid the constable fees in the case of U.S. vs. Alexander Ross.
I. (472) January 20, 1838 receipt from Mr. Roberts that confirmed LeClaire paid prosecution costs in the case of U.S. vs. Alexander Ross.
J. (473) January 25, 1838 receipt from C.H. Stourle that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1837 taxes.
K. (475) Nathaniel Squires' account with LeClaire for foodstuffs from March 16,-August 11, 1838.
L. (476) March 27, 1838 itemized receipt from W.B. Warren that confirmed John Emerson paid him for the work he did.
M. (477) April 1, 1838 receipt from S. Swain that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for freight on the steamer Des Moines.
N. (478) This document has two parts.
1. April 5, 1838 letter from May and Hannas to George Davenport and LeClaire that said they were having problems filling Davenport & LeClaire's order.
2. March 13, 1838 bill from May and Hannas to George Davenport and LeClaire for white lead, nails and other materials.
O. (461) May 1, 1838 total (dating back to November 28, 1837) of Poweshiek's (?) account with LeClaire.
P. (519) May 5, 1838 itemized receipt from A.C. Donaldson that confirmed Frazier Wilson's expenses, which are also itemized on the document, were paid.
Q. (381) May 7, 1838 receipt from A.W. McGregor that confirmed John Emerson paid for legal services from May 16, 1837.
R. (405) May 8, 1838 itemized receipt from R.H. Spency (?) that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber.
S. (507) May 11, 1838 itemized receipt from J.A. Hamilton that confirmed LeClaire paid for staples, spices and other goods.
T. (479) May 11, 1838 itemized receipt from T.S. Siram (?) that confirmed LeClaire paid for foodstuffs shipped on the steamer Des Moines.
U. (480) May 19, 1838 itemized receipt from N.B. Bufford that confirmed LeClaire paid for foodstuffs and nails.
V. (481) May 29, 1838 invoice of goods furnished to (the) store (unknown which one) by George Davenport.
W. (482) May 30, 1838 calculation of George Davenport's and LeClaire's accounts by W. Russello (?).
X. (483) May 30, 1838 list of LeClaire's claims against the Davenport Hotel.
Y. (406) June 4, 1838 receipt from James Mugaw that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid Governor Dodge for shingles.
Z. (508) June 4, 1838 invoice for goods shipped to LeClaire on the steamer Burlington.
AA. (416) June 6, 1838 itemized receipt from B.K. Kersey that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for tinware and copperware.
BB. (452) June 6, 1838 itemized bill from Hood and Abbott for footwear purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.
CC. (467) June 6, 1838 itemized bill from N.E. Janney for plates and dishes purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.
DD. (503) June 6, 1838 itemized receipt from J.S. Pease and Co. that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for hardware and related goods.
EE. (412) June 7, 1838 itemized receipt from Berthold and Tessan that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for groceries.
FF. (417) June 7, 1838 George Davenport and LeClaire's bill for freight on the steamer Irene.
GG. (419) June 7, 1838 itemized receipt from Charless & Blow that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for spices, drugs, oils, and other items.
HH. (420) Statement of George Davenport and LeClaire's account with Charless & Blow from June 7,-October 15, 1838.
II. (428) June 7, 1838 itemized bill from Chonteau and MacKenzie for the liquor, raisins, and cigars George Davenport and LeClaire bought.
JJ. (429) Statement of George Davenport and LeClaire's account with Chonteau and MacKenzie from June 7,-September 24, 1838.
KK. (484) June 7, 1838 itemized receipt from Grimsley and Young that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for leather goods.
LL. (485) June 7, 1838 bill from Grimsley and Young for saddlery and related items purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire and shipped on the steamer Irene.
MM. (509) June 7, 1838 invoice for goods purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire from Pratte Chonteau and Co. shipped on the steamer Irene.
NN. (401) June 8, 1838 itemized receipt from John J. Anderson that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for dry goods.
OO. (510) June 8, 1838 bill from Pratte Chouteau & Co. for the bacon and hams George Davenport and LeClaire bought.
PP. (486) June 14, 1838 receipt from Lynch and Trask that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for bedstands (?).
QQ. (413) June 18, 1838.  This document has two parts.
1. A note from Berthold and Tassen to George Davenport and LeClaire, in which they are thanked for their continued patronage.
2. Itemized bill from Berthold and Tassen for the oakum, pitch, paper and twine George Davenport and LeClaire bought.
RR. (487) June 20, 1838 itemized receipt from Samuel Ringwalt that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for shoes and a bonnet.
SS. (407) June 22, 1838 bill from LeClaire to the Davenport Tavern for wallpaper, furniture, stove and pipe.
TT. (421) June 27, 1838 bill for freight on various items purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire shipped on the steamer Irene.
UU. (414) June 28, 1838. This document has two parts.
1. A note from Berthold and Tassen to George Davenport and LeClaire concerning adjustments to their accounts.
2. Itemized bill from Berthold and Tassen for crackers, cheese, apples, peaches, and buckets purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.
VV. (430) June 28, 1838 itemized bill from Chonteau and MacKenzie for molasses and brandy bought by George Davenport and LeClaire.
WW. (488) June 28, 1838 itemized receipt from G.C.N. Mitchell that confirmed (?) paid for various items.
XX. (1488) June 28, 1838 bill for freight on steamer Ariel for items purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.
YY. (504) Statement of George Davenport and LeClaire's account with Pratte Chouteau from June 28-September 24, 1838.
IX. 1838 (continued)
A. (408) July 3, receipt from Hiram Blanchard that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for window sashes.
B. (511) July 3, invoice for flour purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire that was shipped on the steamer Palmyra.
C. (489) July 5, receipt from William W. Land that confirmed LeClaire paid his fees, as ordered by the courts, due W.J.A. Heder.
D. (409) July 8, receipt from John Welljon that confirmed LeClaire paid him for ferrying goods.
E. (505) July 12, bill from J.S. Pease for nails purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.  There is also a note concerning the shipment of the nails.
F. (453) July 17, itemized bill from Hood and Abbott for shoes purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.  There is also a note concerning the purchase of whips.
G. (402) July 18, itemized receipt from John J. Anderson that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for dry goods.
H. (422) July 18, itemized bill from Charless and Blow for spices and utensils purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.
I. (431) July 18, itemized bill from Chonteau and MacKenzie for bread, whiskey, cigars, raisins, and other goods purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.  There is an attached note about the scarcity of whiskey.
J. (516) Itemized account of the costs of the catholic church in Davenport as of August 1.
K. (490) August 2, itemized receipt from J.M.D. Burrows that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for bedsteads.
L. (432) August 11.  This document has two parts.
 1. A note from Chonteau and MacKenzie to George Davenport and LeClaire, concerning transaction involving their account.
 2. Itemized bill from Chonteau and MacKenzie for groceries purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.
M. (491) August 23, invoice from Fimister for flour shipped on the steamer Irene
N. (517) Itemized receipt from Nathaniel Squires that confirmed LeClaire paid him for carpentry work in the catholic church in Davenport from August 27,-November 27, 1838.
O. (455) August 29, bill for shoes purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire from Hood and Abbott and shipped on the steamer Irene.
P. (492) August 29, receipt from J. Throckmorton that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for corn shipped on the steamer Burlington.
Q. (423) September 1, itemized bill from Charless and Blow for paper, tonic, and castor oil purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.
R. (512) September 1, bill from Pratte Chouteau and Co. for sheets and shirts purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.  There is also a small note, thanking Davenport and LeClaire for their patronage.
S. (493) September 6, receipt from Samuel Barkley that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for carts Samuel built.
T. (494) September 7, receipt from John Tolman that confirmed LeClaire paid for G.H. Burtis's goods that were to be delivered to N. Smith.
U. (433) September 8, bill from Chonteau and MacKenzie for pork purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire shipped on the steamer Irene.
V. (424) September 17, itemized bill from Charless and Blow for the lead, tonic, and camphor purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.
W. (410) September 18, itemized receipt from J. Ridgeway that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for painting, lighting, papering, and glazing.
X. (463) Poweshiek's (?) account with LeClaire as of September 18.
Y. (434) September 24, itemized bill from Chonteau and MacKenzie for groceries purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.
Z. (506) September 24, bill from J.S. Pease for nails purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.  There is also a note about the shipment of the nails on the steamer Irene.
AA. (465) The Sauk and Fox's account with LeClaire from September 9, 1837-September 29, 1838.
BB. (425) October 10, itemized bill from Charless and Blow for matches, snuff and pills purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.
CC. (496) October 10, itemized bill from Stephen H. Burtis for livestock and crops purchased by LeClaire.
DD. (415) October 15, receipt from Berthold and Tassen that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid on their account.
EE. (435) October 15, itemized receipt from Chonteau and MacKenzie that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for supplies.
FF. (456) October 15, George Davenport and LeClaire's check to Hood and Abbott.
GG. (457) October 15, itemized bill from Hood and Abbott for shoes purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.
HH. (418) October 16, itemized bill from Board and Tilden (?) for the stove and pipe purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.
II. (403) October 22, itemized receipt from John J. Anderson that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for dry goods.
JJ. (468) October 22, George Davenport and LeClaire's promissory note to N.E. Janney and Co.
KK. (469) October 22, itemized bill from N.E. Janney and Co. for dishes and plates purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.
LL. (498) October 27, itemized receipt from W.L. Grimes that confirmed LeClaire paid for passage and frieght on the steamer Pavillion.
MM. (404) October 30, 1838 cancelled check from George Davenport and LeClaire to John J. Anderson.
NN. (426) November 1, itemized bill from Charless and Blow for paint, medicine, spices.
OO. (436) November 9, itemized receipt from Chonteau and MacKenzie that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for clothing and supplies.
PP. (1487) George Davenport's account with LeClaire as of November 10.
QQ. (411) George Davenport's account with LeClaire as of November 10.  This document is different from the one preceding it.
RR. (499) November 18, itemized bill from Whiting that confirmed LeClaire paid him for repair work.
SS. (440) November 29, receipt from Zadok Calbough (?) that confirmed LeClaire paid for a bond.
TT. (501) December 8, receipt from Andrews and McMaster that confirmed LeClaire paid for glass.
UU. (502) Jonathan Hall's account with LeClaire as of December 10.
X. 1839 (up to April 30)
A. (382) George Davenport and LeClaire's account with Pratte Chouteau and Co. from May 17, 1837 to April 29, 1839.
B. (427) April 25, receipt from Charless and Blow that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for merchandise and insurance dating back to October 10, 1838.
C. (454) George Davenport and LeClaire's account with Hood and Abbott from July 17, 1838 to April 25, 1839.
D. (518) A.F. Russell's account with George Davenport for surveying from May 3, 1838 to December 30, 1839.
F. (520) March 15, receipt from John Forrest that confirmed LeClaire paid for legal fees dating back to May 10, 1838.
G. (612) The Sauk and Fox's account with LeClaire for 1839.
H. (625) Itemized receipt from R.L. Craig that confirmed LeClaire paid for gutters and a bucket.
I. (626) Itemized receipt from Thomas Dillon that confirmed LeClaire paid for labor and farm work.
J. (628) January 4, receipt from Martin Godard that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1838 taxes.
K. (550) February 1, receipt from Judge Mitchell that confirmed George Davenport, LeClaire and D.C. Eldridge paid for their articles of agreement.
L. (523) February 7, receipt from R.H. Spencer that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber.
M. (690) February 12, receipt from A.C. Donaldson that confirmed LeClaire paid him what George Davenport owed him.
N. (615) A.F. Russell's account for surveying with LeClaire from March 1,-September 4.  The account was paid in full on an unknown date.
O. (629) March 23, receipt from William B. Conway that confirmed LeClaire paid for a carriage.
P. (630) March 24, bill from LeClaire to Mr. Morice for coffee.
Q. (597) March 25, bill from Hood and Abbott for the boots and shoes purchased by LeClaire.
R. (631) March 27, receipt from S. Barkley that confirmed LeClaire paid for books.
S. (632) March 27, receipt from S. Barkley that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for board.
T. (633) March 28, receipt from S. Modan for A.L. White (?) that confirmed George Davenport, G.C.N. Mitchell and LeClaire paid for volumes of land (?).
U. (708) March 28, itemized bill from Pratte Chonteau and Co. for the cloth goods purchased by LeClaire shipped on the steamer Pavillion. There is also a March 29, note expression hope LeClaire was satisfied with the order.
V. (700) March 29, bill from J.S. Pease and Co. for the hardware purchased by LeClaire that was shipped on the steamer Pavillion.
W. (634) Narssies Giertin's account with George Davenport and LeClaire as of March 30.
X. (635) April 8, receipt from Nathaniel Squires that confirmed LeClaire paid him for work Squires did on the church.
Y. (636) April receipt from Leo Wetmore that confirmed LeClaire paid for a year's subscription to the Missouri Saturday News starting April 14.
Z. (598) April 10, check from LeClaire to Hood and Abbott.
AA. (638) April 20, receipt from L. Deaver that confirmed LeClaire paid for carpet and binding.
BB. (639) April 24, receipt from L.A. Benoist and Co. that confirmed the receiving of a letter LeClaire sent to A.L. Norton.
CC. (599) April 25, itemized receipt from Hood and Abbott that confirmed LeClaire paid for boots, shoes and hats.
DD. (640) April 25, itemized receipt from A. Oakford and Co. that confirmed LeClaire paid for furniture and a mirror.
EE. (642) April 25, itemized bill from Charless and Blow for items purchased by LeClaire.
FF. (701) April 25, receipt from (?) that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid on their account.
GG. (540) April 26, itemized bill from Chonteau and MacKenzie for foodstuff purchased by LeClaire.
HH. (541) April 26, itemized bill from Stephen W. Much for books purchased by Chonteau and MacKenzie.
II. (617) April 26, receipt from Primm and Drake that confirmed LeClaire paid for the search of the Clerk's Office to find papers relative to the guardianship of Louis Trudeau.
JJ. (643) April 26, itemized receipt from John Thorburn that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for seeds.
KK. (644) April 26, promissory note by LeClaire (?) to pay W.W. Amos when the note came due.
LL. (645) April 26, itemized bill from Warbarton and King for the dry goods purchased by LeClaire.
MM. (646) April 26, receipt from Boyle and West that confirmed LeClaire paid on his account.
NN. (647) April 26, itemized receipt from W.W. Amos that confirmed LeClaire paid for hats.
OO. (648) April 26, itemized receipt from Grimsby and Young that confirmed LeClaire paid for leather goods.
PP. (702) April 26, promissory note by LeClaire to pay J.S. Pease and Co. when the note came due.
QQ. (703) April 26, itemized bill from J.S. Pease and Co. for hardware, cookware and dinnerware purchased by LeClaire.  There is also a note concerning the merchandise.
RR. (525) April 26, itemized receipt from W.W. Kitzmiller for A. Carr that confirmed LeClaire paid for windows.
SS. (649) April 27, receipt from Grimsby and Young that confirmed LeClaire paid for collar martingales.
TT. (650) April 27, receipt from John Thorburn that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for onions and cabbage.  There is also a note about the onions.
UU. (651) April 27, receipt from Sterns, Arthur and Co. that confirmed LeClaire paid for cow hair and drayage (small carts for heavy loads).
VV. (652) April 29, receipt from Campbell and Critton that confirmed LeClaire paid for pork and lard.
XI. 1839 (from May 1 to September 30)
A. (653) May 1, itemized receipt from R.A. Reilly that confirmed LeClaire paid for freight on the steamer Glaucus.
B. (704) May 6, itemized bill from J.S. Pease and Co. for the goods shipped on the steamer Elk that were purchased by LeClaire.
C. (542) May 7, itemized bill from Chonteau and MacKenzie for the dinnerware LeClaire purchased.
D. (654) May 7, itemized receipt from Boyle and West that confirmed LeClaire paid for clothing.
E. (1489) May 8, itemized receipt from A.W. McGregor that confirmed LeClaire paid for legal fees dating back to March 1.
F. (655) May 14, bill from LeClaire for the bacon Margarom Mitchell purchased.
G. (656) May 17, itemized bill from Warbarton and King for dry goods LeClaire purchased.
H. (657) May 20, itemized receipt from G.C. Havile that confirmed LeClaire paid for sewing.
I. (526) May 23, receipt from T. Ridgeway that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for painting.
J. (543) May 28, itemized bill from Chonteau and MacKenzie for dry goods purchased by LeClaire.
K. (659) June 1, unclear document involving Daniel Fox, D.C. Eldridge and the costs of damages.
L. (527) June 9, itemized bill from James McCord for the planks LeClaire purchased.  There is also a note concerning payment.
M. (705) June 10, itemized bill from J.S. Pease and Co. for hardware purchased by LeClaire.  There is a note about not having enough saws for the order.
N. (660) June 11, receipt from John W. Spencer that confirmed LeClaire paid some of (?)'s account.
O. (661) June 15, promissory note by LeClaire to pay Samuel Barkley when the note came due.
P. (706) June 25, itemized bill from J.S. Pease and Co. for hardware purchased by LeClaire.  There is also a June 27 note concerning a new method of ordering.
Q. (662) June 26, itemized bill from Henry T. Blow for paint supplies purchased by LeClaire.  There also is a note concerning the shipping of the order.
R. (544) June 27, itemized bill from Chonteau and MacKenzie for dry goods purchased by LeClaire.
S. (664) July 3, bill from (?) for the pork Gideon P. Bradley purchased.
T. (600) July 5, receipt from Hood and Abbott that confirmed LeClaire paid for merchandise purchased.
U. (604) July 6, receipt from Daniel Kildey that confirmed Samuel Barkley paid for digging.
V. (601) July 8, itemized bill from Hood and Abbott for shoes purchased by LeClaire.
W. (545) July 9, itemized bill from Chonteau and MacKenzie for dinnerware purchased by LeClaire.
X. (529) July 10, bill for the shipment of planks by James McCord on the steamer Knickerbocker to LeClaire.
Y. (666) July 14, itemized receipt from Hebbed (?) Moorer that confirmed LeClaire paid for labor done by Moorer.
Z. (546) July 16, promissory note by James McCord to pay Nathan Baker when the note came due.
AA. (667) July 20, itemized receipt from Samuel Barkley that confirmed A. Brownlee and McKay paid for board.
BB. (707) July 20, itemized bill from J.S. Pease and Co. for hardware purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.  There is a note why nails are not included in the order.
CC. (713) July 24, itemized receipt from T. Foster that confirmed LeClaire paid for plastering.
DD. (606) August 2, receipt from John Littig that confirmed LeClaire paid for the services of himself and his brother.
EE. (534) August 7, settlement of L. Law's account with D.C. Eldridge with land.
FF. (575) August 9, receipt from George and Davenport that confirmed Doctor Hall paid on his account with Davenport.
GG. (669) August 19, receipt from Leo and Rankin that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber.
HH. (670) September receipt from James Griffith to LeClaire that confirmed he repaid his bill for freight on steamer Pavillion. A note on the other side explained that the first payment was paid with a counterfeit bill.
II. (672) LeClaire's itemized account with John Macklot for clothing starting on September 4 and ending December 4.
JJ. (674) September 19, receipt from J.R. Pettit to LeClaire paid for passage on the steamer Daisy.
KK. (675) September 19, receipt from Houghton and Stevens that confirmed LeClaire for a descriptive advertisement.
LL. (663) John McGregor's account, started on June 27, with (?) as of September 26.
MM. (535) September 27, itemized receipt from S.B. Steele that confirmed LeClaire paid for material and fence.
NN. (608) September 27, itemized receipt from D.W. Fisher that confirmed LeClaire paid for timber for a hotel and the labor involved in getting it.
OO. (678) September 27, receipt from A.J. Miller that confirmed LeClaire paid for passage on the steamer Demoine.
PP. (679) September 29, receipt from Lewis LaPage that confirmed LeClaire paid for a two-way trip on the steamers Glaucus and Irene.
QQ. (680) September 30, itemized receipt from Starking Parkhurst that confirmed LeClaire paid for labor.
XII. Personal Account books
A. (Book 1) LeClaire's personal record/account book from May 1, 1837 to May 16, 1841.
B. (Book 2) LeClaire's personal record/account book from May 9, 1838 to March 26, 1840.
C. (Book 3) LeClaire's personal record/account book from May 1847 to November 18, 1848.
D. (Book 4) LeClaire's personal record/account book from September 19 to November 19, 1848.
E. (Book 5) LeClaire's personal record/account book from October 14 to December 10, 1848.
XIII. 1839 (October 1 to December 31)
A. (536) October, itemized receipt from McGunnegle and Way that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber shipped on the steamer Knickerbocker
B. (641) October 7, receipt from Charless and Blow that confirmed LeClaire paid for items purchased.
C. (609) Income and expenditures for hotel from October 10 - 18.
D. (610) October 12, receipt from Harvey Leonard that confirmed James Bowling paid for work done on LeClaire's hotel.
E. (681) October 14, receipt form Sterling Parkhaust that confirmed James Bowling paid on LeClaire's account.  There is also a note from George W. Alvoord to Parkhaust about payment.
F. (622) October 15, receipt from Harvey Leonard that confirmed G. Cady paid on LeClaire's account.
G. (709) George Davenport and LeClaire's account, dating back to June 23, with Pratte Chouteau and Co. as of October 15.
H. (611) October 16, receipt from Harvey Leonard that confirmed James Bowling paid on LeClaire's account.
I. (699) October 16, receipt from J.S. Pease and Co. that confirmed LeClaire paid on his account.
J. (547) October 18, LeClaire's (?) check to Chonteau and MacKenzie.
K. (548) October 18, itemized bill from Chonteau and MacKenzie for paint supplies purchased by LeClaire.
L. (549) October 19, bill from Thomas Griffith for shipping of paint supplies on the steamer Pavillion to LeClaire.
M. (682) October 19, itemized receipt from J.W. Van Devente that confirmed (?) paid for clothing.
N. (710) LeClaire's account, dating back to August 14, with Pratte Chouteau and Co. as of October 19.
O. (711) October 19, promissory note by (?) to Pratte Chouteau and Co. to pay them when the note came due.
P. (683) October 23, receipt from Narssies Giertin that confirmed T.S. and D. Hoges paid on LeClaire's account.
Q. (684) October 30, itemized receipt from A. Patterson that confirmed LeClaire paid for freight on the steamer Pavillion.
R. (712) Catholic church's account with LeClaire (?) from April to November.
S. (685) November 18, itemized receipt from A.R. Neff that confirmed LeClaire paid for special boarders.
T. (686) November 19, itemized receipt from A.R. Neff that confirmed LeClaire paid for various expenses.
U. (687) November 19, bill from John N. Macklot that confirmed Harvey Leonard paid on his account.
V. (538) November 26, itemized statement of the account for materials and labor.
W. (658) November 30, itemized receipt from D.C. Eldridge that confirmed LeClaire paid for various articles.
X. (691) December 13, receipt from Harmon Loomis and Co. that confirmed Mr. Perry paid for glass.
Y. (693) December 17, receipt from H. Taylor that confirmed LeClaire paid for nails.
Z. (695) December 27, from Munger and Eldridge that confirmed LeClaire paid for tailoring.
AA. (539) December 31, itemized receipt from James Rumbold that confirmed LeClaire paid for repairs on his house.
XIV. 1839-40
A. (353) September 5, 1840 receipt from J.W. Parker that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for legal fees dating back to July, 1837.
B. (522) February 28, 1840 receipt from Stephen Henly that confirmed LeClaire paid for building materials dating back to February 4, 1839.
C. (616) October 17, 1840 from A.F. Russell that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for writing deeds and deed bonds dating back to March 26, 1839.
D. (618) January 9, 1840 receipt from A.F. Russell that confirmed LeClaire paid for legal services dating back to September 12, 1839.
E. (619) January 25, 1840 receipt from A.F. Russell that confirmed LeClaire paid for legal services dating back to October 19, 1839.
F. (627) Thomas Foster's account with LeClaire from August, 1839 to December 21, 1840.
G. (637) March 5, 1840 itemized receipt from W.J. Rudy that confirmed LeClaire paid for blacksmith work dating back to April 16, 1839.
H. (665) Itemized bill from J. Fitch for various goods purchase by LeClaire between July 8, 1839 and January 21, 1840.
I. (673) LeClaire's itemized account with T.L.V.C. Hage for dry goods from September 13, 1839 to September 21, 1840.
J. (676) LeClaire's account with George L. Davenport for various goods from September 20, 1839 to March 25, 1840.
K. (677) February 17, 1840 receipt from N.J. Swartout that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods purchased dating back to September 27, 1839.
L. (696) Credits on LeClaire's account with John Owens from April 20, 1839 to September 3, 1840.
M. (697) Itemized bill from (?) for clothing, hardware, and other goods purchased by LeClaire between December 28, 1839 and May 16, 1840.
N. (698) Itemized receipt from John Owens that confirmed LeClaire paid for hardware purchased between December 28, 1839 and March 16, 1840.
XV. 1840 (up to May 31)
A. (775) Receipt from A.H. Davenport that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1840 taxes.
B. (776) Itemized bill from D.C. Eldridge for the lumber LeClaire purchased.
C. (777) John Cronkite's account with LeClaire for 1840.
D. (865) January 1, bar bill from R.A. Neff to LeClaire.
E. (780) January 1, receipt from D.C. Eldridge that confirmed LeClaire  paid for postage.
F. (857) January 7, receipt from John Macklot that confimed LeClaire paid for various goods.
G. (782) January 23, receipt from D.C. Eldridge that confirmed LeClaire paid for a subscription to The Cultivator.
H. (783) January 25, receipt from John and Adam Noel that confirmed Mrs. Conway paid on her account.
I. (784) February 12, bill from George Davenport to Daniel Kildey for the boots and socks he purchased.
J. (785) February 12, receipt from John Wilson that confirmed LeClaire  paid on his account.
K. (789) February 15, receipt from A.H. Davenport that confirmed G.C.R.  Mitchell paid for land.
L. (717) Receipt from Henry W. Higgins that confirmed LeClaire paid for  deeds and legal notices.
M. (792) February 27, promissory note from (?) to pay Carley Taylor when the note came due.
N. (793) March receipt from P. Gould that confirmed LeClaire paid for a  subscription to the Illinois Cultivator.
O. (765) LeClaire's account with J. Macklot from January 27 to March 3.
P. (794) March 10, receipt from Lee and Chambers that confirmed LeClaire paid for lath.
Q. (795) March 18, receipt from W.B. Watts that confirmed LeClaire paid for a subscription to the Bloomington Standard.
R. (767) March 20, itemized bill from J.N. Macklot that confirmed LeClaire and H. Pierce paid for clothing.
S. (797) March 21, bill from George Davenport for items purchased by Tom Kelly.  There is also a note from Kelly to LeClaire asking LeClaire to pay the bill.
T. (798) March 21, itemized receipt from Hanley, Parker and Co. that  confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber goods.
U. (800) March 23, itemized receipt from Havill that confirmed LeClaire paid for tailoring.
V. (869) March 25, receipt from R.A. Neff that confirmed LeClaire paid for services rendered.
W. (870) March 26, receipt from R.A. Neff that confirmed LeClaire paid on his account.
X. (802) March 30, itemized receipt from W.B. Arnold that confirmed LeClaire paid for building materials and work done on his house.
Y. (803) March 31, receipt from Menzel that confirmed LeClaire paid on his account.
Z. (766) Itemized bill from John Macklot for the goods purchased by LeClaire from January 21 to March 31.
AA. (769) Nathaniel Squires' and Bardwell's transactions on LeClaire's account with John Macklot for April.
BB. (804) April 1, receipt from D.C. Eldridge that confirmed LeClaire paid for postage.
CC. (805) April 3, promissory note from LeClaire to pay Henry T. Blow when the note came due.
DD. (806) April 6, promissory note from LeClaire to pay John J. Anderson when the note came due.
EE. (807) April 6, promissory note from LeClaire to pay P. Chouteau Jr. and Co. when the note came due.
FF. (808) April 6, itemized receipt from John J. Anderson that confirmed LeClaire paid for dry goods.
GG. (809) April 8, receipt from A.W. Hosmer that confirmed LeClaire paid for Ed Rose.
HH. (810) April 10, itemized receipt from P. Coundy that confirmed LeClaire paid for freight and passage on the steamer Ione.
II. (811) April 10, receipt from J.R. Womok (?) that confirmed Werner and Cummings paid for copper pipe.
JJ. (812) April 11, receipt from J.H. McKinney that confirmed LeClaire paid for a subscription to the Iowa Territorial Gazette.
KK. (813) April 11, receipt from James G. Edwards that confirmed LeClaire paid for a subscription to the Hawkeye and Patriot.
LL. (815) April 16, itemized bill from J.S. and D. Cage for housewares purchased by LeClaire.
MM. (816) April 23, itemized receipt from Hawley and Co. that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber.
NN. (818) April 25, itemized bill from James May for a stove purchased by LeClaire on George L. Davenport's account.
OO. (820) May 6, itemized receipt from Sullivan and Major that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber.
PP. (754) May 11, receipt from G.C.N. Mitchell that confirmed H. Sturdevant paid for the collection of notes due him from Martin W. Smith.
QQ. (821) May 12, receipt from Richard Pearce that confirmed LeClaire paid the amount found in favor of John Forrest in Forrest vs. William Parkhurst.
RR. (878) May 15, bill from George L. Davenport for the shingles purchased by Riddle and Mater.
SS. (823) George (?) Davenport and LeClaire's account with John Cronkite as of May 22.
TT. (871) R.A. Neff's account with LeClaire as of May 22.
UU. (825) Receipt from Henry W. Gvent (?) that confirmed James Bowling paid for LeClaire's subscription to the Rock Island Banner.
XVI. 1840 (June 1-November 30)
A. (728) June itemized bill from W.B. Watts for legal services done for LeClaire.
B. (879) June 5, bill from Stephen Hinsley for lumber purchased by Riddle and Morton.  Paid by LeClaire.
C. (751) June 13, receipt from W.B. Watts that confirmed (?) paid for measuring his/their hotel.
D. (830) June 22, receipt from William Zimmerman that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber.
E. (880) June 25, bill from T.S. and D. Hage for the white lead purchased by LeClaire.
F. (781) Itemized bill from (?) for meat and fish purchased by LeClaire.
G. (831) June 27, itemized receipt from R.H. Spencer that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber delivered to Mr. Gates.
H. (764) June 29, receipt from Harvey Leonard that confirmed LeClaire paid on his account.
I. (881) July 6, bill from T.S. and D. Hage for the white lead purchased by LeClaire.
J. (882) July 10, bill from T.S. and D. Hage for the white lead purchased by LeClaire.
K. (836) July 17, receipt from George W. Alvoord that confirmed LeClaire paid for lath for Mr. Foster.
L. (770) July 18, itemized bill from John Macklot for various items purchased by LeClaire.
M. (837) July 18, receipt from A.H. Davenport that confirmed LeClaire paid for a steam mill frame.
N. (838) July 20, receipt from J.M. Frizzell that confirmed LeClaire paid for harness repairs.
O. (814) LeClaire's account with George L. Davenport from April 14 to July 21.
P. (883) July 28, bill from George L. Davenport for the white lead purchased by LeClaire.
Q. (768) LeClaire's itemized account with John Macklot from April 1 to July 31.
R. (839) LeClaire's account with J.M.D. Burrows as of August 1.
S. (753) August 4, itemized receipt from Haile and Courtney that confirmed LeClaire paid for bricklaying.
T. (824) August 22, receipt from W.J. Ruby that confirmed LeClaire paid his account in full.
U. (840) August 27, receipt from Henry Child that confirmed Samuel H. Fisher paid for an engraving of LeClaire's name.
V. (750) August 31, itemized receipt from Robert Reynolds that confirmed LeClaire paid for hauling done between May 16 and August 31.
W. (771) LeClaire's itemized account with John Macklot from August 1 to September 1.
X. (842) D.C. Eldridge's account with LeClaire as of September 1.
Y. (875) John Owens' account with (?) up to September 3.
Z. (755) September 4, receipt from G.C.N. Mitchell that confirmed LeClaire paid for collection of notes due him from James McIntosh.
AA. (756) September 5, receipt from J.W. Parker that confirmed LeClaire paid for services provided by Parker.
BB. (843) September 5, itemized receipt from J. Sailor that confirmed LeClaire paid for a harness.
CC. (832) October receipt from Armitage and Nichols that confirmed LeClaire paid for beef and mutton purchased between July 3 and October.
DD. (834) October receipt from Armitage and Nichols that confirmed Alex LeClaire (LeClaire's brother) paid for beef purchased between July 17 and October.
EE. (835) October receipt from Armitage and Nichols that confirmed David  LeClaire (LeClaire's brother) paid for beef purchased between July 17 and October.
FF. (846) October 12, receipt from William Morgan that confirmed LeClaire paid off his account.
GG. (872) October 27, receipt from R.A. Neff that confirmed LeClaire paid for services Neff provided.
HH. (851) November 1, bill from C. Seplie for nails purchased by Thomas Foster for LeClaire.
II. (852) November 9, financial statement from LeClaire to John Cronkite.
JJ. (772) November 13, itemized bill from John Macklot for various items purchased by LeClaire.
KK. (853) November 13, receipt from B.H. Reed that confirmed Davenport (unknown which one) paid on his account.
LL. (854) November 13, itemized receipt from T.S. and D. Hage that confirmed LeClaire paid for clothing.
MM. (873) November 27, bill from an auction, conducted by T. Hage, J. Barkley and S. Barkley, for the items purchased by R.A. Neff.
XVII. December, 1840-May, 1841
A. (773) LeClaire's itemized account with John Macklot as of December 1.
B. (858) December 4, receipt from J.H. Thorington that confirmed LeClaire paid for a sleigh.
C. (876) December 15, receipt from John Owens (?) that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods purchased dating back to October 5.
D. (860) December 15, receipt from J.M. and W Eldridge that confirmed LeClaire paid for hardware and other items.
E. (833) December 16, receipt from Charles Leslie that confirmed LeClaire paid for various items purchased since July 3.
F. (861) December 22, receipt from J.M.D. Burrows that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
G. (862) December 24, promissory note by (?) to pay George (?) Henderson when the note came due.  This document is torn and incomplete.
H. (863) December 25, receipt from W.B. Watts that confirmed LeClaire paid for boot and shoe repair.
I. (757) December 28, itemized bill from John D. Evans for LeClaire's legal fees.
J. (864) December 28, bill from Nathaniel Squires for cupboards built for Hults.
K. (778) Ranals' account with (?), 1840-41.
L. (845) January 1, 1841 receipt from Samuel Armitage that confirmed LeClaire paid for beef.
M. (932) January 28, 1841 receipt from Charles Leslie that confirmed LeClaire paid on his account.
N. (933) January 29, 1841 receipt from M. and W. Eldridge that confirmed LeClaire on his account.
O. (934) February 5, 1841 receipt from Henry McGrew that confirmed LeClaire paid for a subscription to the Rock Island Banner.
P. (935) February 19, 1841 receipt from Elizabeth Nichols that confirmed LeClaire paid her what he owed the estate of William Nichols.
Q. (895) February 19, 1841 receipt from J.M. Burrows that confirmed LeClaire paid for various items.
R. (936) February 26, 1841 receipt from William W. Moran that confirmed Mr. Doolittle was paid for work on hay scales.
S. (937) March, 1841 receipt from Finch and Co. that confirmed LeClaire paid for writing done for him.
T. (774) LeClaire's account with John Macklot from December 2, 1840 to March 3, 1841.
U. (819) March 3, 1841 receipt from Thomas Cournoyci that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber.
V. (940) March 8, itemized receipt from G.C.N. Mitchell that confirmed LeClaire paid Mitchell's fees for legal service.
W. (975) March 9, itemized bill from (?) for lumber purchased by LeClaire.
X. (844) March 16, 1841 receipt from George L. Davenport that confirmed LeClaire paid on his account.
Y. (941) March 16, 1841 receipt from George L. Davenport that confirmed Mr. Doyle paid for lumber.
Z. (896) March 20, 1841 itemized receipt from (?) that confirmed LeClaire paid for various items.
AA. (848) March 26, 1841 receipt from J. Sailor that confirmed LeClaire paid for a harness.
BB. (974) April 11, 1841 receipt from John Owens that confirmed LeClaire paid for sewing goods.
CC. (931) April 17, 1841 itemized receipt from George H. Tapley that confirmed LeClaire paid for building repairs.
DD. (939) April 18, 1841 bill from Mr. Fisher to (?) for house repairs.
EE. (945) May, 1841 itemized receipt from Charles Leslie that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber and butter.
FF. (947) May 3, 1841 itemized receipt from John Seamon that confirmed LeClaire paid for shingles.
GG. (948) May 15, itemized receipt from Mr. Carroll that confirmed LeClaire paid for clothing.
HH. (923) May 17, receipt from James Mugaulk (?) that confirmed John Macklot paid for potatoes for LeClaire.
II. (917) May 19, receipt from Charles Leslie that confirmed LeClaire paid for paint supplies.
JJ. (922) Itemized statement of LeClaire's account with John Macklot from March 6 to May 20.
KK. (925) May 22, 1841 itemized bill from John Macklot to Mr. Morton for purchases on LeClaire's account.
LL. (953) May 27, 1841 receipt from A.H. Davenport that confirmed LeClaire paid for a buggy purchased at the sheriff's sale of the Barkley estate.
XVIII. 1841 (June 1,-December 31)
A. (938) June 15, receipt from Samuel Armitage that confirmed LeClaire paid for beef.
B. (976) June 15, receipt from John Owens that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
C. (958) June 17, itemized receipt from W. Fisher that confirmed LeClaire paid for lead and paper.
D. (942) June 18, receipt from George L. Davenport that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
E. (961) June 22, bill from L. Deaver for carpeting purchased by P. Chouteau and Co. for Colonel Davenport.
F. (977) June 25, receipt from John Owens that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
G. (897) July 3, receipt from J. Burrows that confirmed LeClaire paid for various items.
H. (946) July 3, itemized receipt from John Remer that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber.
I. (926) July 12, itemized bill from John Macklot to Mr. Marchland on LeClaire's account.
J. (918) July 26, receipt from Charles Leslie that confirmed LeClaire paid for paint supplies.
K. (964) August 10, receipt from Inslie and John Owens that confirmed LeClaire paid for cloth.
L. (963) August 16, itemized receipt from Inslie and John Owens that confirmed LeClaire paid for sewing goods.
M. (924) Itemized statement of LeClaire's account with John Macklot from May 20 to August 23.
N. (928) August 26, receipt from John Macklot that confirmed LeClaire paid for flour and bacon.
O. (929) October 2, itemized bill from John Macklot for household items purchased by Mr. Marchand and Mr. Havan.
P. (968) October 9, receipt from John Russell that confirmed LeClaire paid for freight and passage on the steamer Iowa.
Q. (847) October 13, receipt from Geyer and Schoolfield that confirmed LeClaire paid for furniture.
R. (956) October 20, receipt from Patrice Fox that confirmed LeClaire paid him for his labor.
S. (969) October 24, promissory note by (?) to pay N. Philips when the note came due.  The note was payable at the Banking House of A.L. Bennoit.
T. (944) October 26, receipt from John Pope that confirmed LeClaire paid for repair work.
U. (970) October 26, receipt from Isaac Williams that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber.
V. (971) October 29, itemized receipt from John McPherson that confirmed LeClaire paid for labor McPherson performed.
W. (960) November 4, itemized receipt from Sam Armitage that confirmed LeClaire paid for meat.
X. (898) November 13, receipt from J. Burrows that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
Y. (919) November 19, itemized receipt from Charles Leslie that confirmed LeClaire paid for paint supplies.
Z. (972) David LeClaire's (LeClaire's brother) account with (?) as of December 28.
AA. (920) December 29 itemized receipt from Charles Leslie that confirmed LeClaire paid for paint supplies and hardware.
BB. (921) December 29, itemized receipt from Charles Leslie that confirmed LeClaire paid for hardware and glass.
CC. (930) December 29, itemized bill from John Macklot for adze, file, tea, butts and drawers purchased by LeClaire.
XIX. 1842
A. (1006) Receipt from Hyppolet and Prouket that confirmed (?) paid on his account.
B. (1007) Receipt from Adrian H. Davenport that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1842 taxes.
C. (927) January 2, itemized receipt from John Macklot that confirmed LeClaire paid on his account.
D.            (899) January 11, receipt from J.M.D. Burrows that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
E. (859) January 15, receipt from Robert Reynolds that confirmed LeClaire paid him for hauling.
F. (1090) January 17, itemized receipt from Harvey Leonard that confirmed LeClaire paid for building materials.
G. (1010) January 18, itemized receipt from James Rumbole that confirmed LeClaire paid him for carpentry.
H. (949) January 28, receipt from Thomas Foster that confirmed LeClaire paid for various items.
I. (995) February 14, itemized bill from (?) for various goods purchased by LeClaire.
J. (1023) March 1, receipt from Chambers and Knapp that confirmed LeClaire paid for a subscription to the Missouri Republican.
K. (966) March 15, receipt from Inslie and John Owens that confirmed LeClaire paid for sewing goods.
L. (1015) April 19, itemized bill from Bennett and (?) for lumber purchased by Nathaniel Squires.
M. (997) April 20, itemized bill from Charles Leslie for various items purchased by LeClaire.
N. (1089) April 20, receipt from J.M.D. Burrows that confirmed LeClaire paid for various items.
O. (985) April 22, receipt from Joel C. Walker that confirmed LeClaire paid for cost of a lawsuit concerning land claims.
P. (1016) April 22, receipt from John W. King that confirmed LeClaire paid for a stove.
Q. (991) May 23, bill from Inslie and John Owens for butts purchased by Mr. Davis and charged to LeClaire.
R. (992) May 26, itemized bill from Inslie and John Owens for various goods purchased by Mr. Davis and charged to LeClaire.
S. (999) May 30, bill from John Macklot for window  fastenings purchased by Mr. Davis.
T. (1019) June 1, receipt from James Miller that confirmed LeClaire paid for boots and shoes.
U. (1020) June 4, receipt from John Macklot given to Thorton Grimsley to confirm payment on LeClaire's account.
V. (962) June 10, receipt from George L. Davenport that confirmed LeClaire paid for various items.
W. (1021) June 14, receipt from H. Proukett that confirmed LeClaire paid for a lock, clock and repairs.
X. (990) June 15, receipt from Inslie and John Owens that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
Y. (1048) June 16, bill from George L. Davenport for various items purchased by Madam Lantam (?).
Z. (1049) June 21, receipt from George L. Davenport that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber and nails for Mr. Bradford.
AA. (855) June 23, receipt from R. Bennett that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods and services.
BB. (1025) June 28, receipt from J. Sailor that confirmed LeClaire paid him for his labor.
CC. (1071) July 4, itemized receipt from Moss and Bradley that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber.
DD. (998B) July 6, receipt from John Macklot that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
EE. (1027) July 18, receipt from John Remer that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber.
FF. (1001) July 21, itemized bill from John Macklot for various goods purchased by LeClaire.
GG. (1009) (?)'s account with (?) from January 11 to July 22.
HH. (1029) July 22, receipt from Bertholo Tesson that confirmed LeClaire paid for a subscription to the Courier des Estats Unis.
II. (1018) July 24, receipt from J.A. Tuttle that confirmed LeClaire paid for lumber.
JJ. (1002) July 26, bill from John Macklot for various items purchased by Mr. Morton.
KK. (1030) July 28, receipt from R.J. Mill Co. that confirmed LeClaire paid for fencing.
LL. (1031) August receipt from J.M. Witherwax that confirmed John Littig paid on LeClaire's account.
MM. (1032) August 1, receipt from John May that confirmed LeClaire paid for hauling.
NN. (996) August 4, receipt from Charles Leslie confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
OO. (1012) August 11, receipt from Robert Reynolds that confirmed LeClaire paid for building materials.
PP. (1036) August 27, receipt from A. Logan that confirmed LeClaire paid for a subscription to the Iowa Sun.
QQ. (1037) September 5, receipt from J.M. Witherwax that confirmed LeClaire paid on his account.
RR. (1013) October 15, receipt from Strong Burnell that confirmed LeClaire paid for building materials.
SS. (1040) October 20, itemized receipt from J.D. Evans that confirmed LeClaire paid for recorder fees.
TT. (1051) October 25, itemized bill from George L. Davenport for various goods purchased by Madam Santamond.
UU. (1011) October 27, receipt from J.M. and W. Eldridge that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
VV. (1041) October 29, receipt from N.M. Rambo that confirmed LeClaire paid for palstering.
WW. (1043) November 19, receipt from Patrick Blanch that confirmed LeClaire paid him for his labor.
XX. (1000) November 21, receipt from John Macklot that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
YY. (959) G.C.N. Mitchell's account with A.H. Miller from June 19, 1841 to November 30, 1842.
ZZ. (1044) November 30, receipt from John Remer that confirmed John Davis paid on his account.
AAA. (1045) December 6, receipt from John Wilson that confirmed LeClaire paid him to be a mail carrier.
BBB. (1005) December 26, receipt from John Macklot that confirmed LeClaire paid off his accounts.
XX. 1843-44
A. (1091) January 11, 1843 receipt from J.M.D. Burrows that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
B. (998) February 7, 1843 receipt from Charles Leslie that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
C. (993) February 8, 1843 itemized receipt from Inslie and John Owens that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
D. (1067) February 9, 1843 receipt from Edward Courtney that confirmed LeClaire paid for bricklaying.
E. (1003) March 2, 1843 partially itemized receipt from John Macklot that confirmed (?) paid on his account.
F. (826) March 6, 1843 itemized receipt from Joseph Kingerbe that confirmed LeClaire paid for Kingerbe's labor.
G. (1070) April 28, 1843 receipt from (?) that confirmed LeClaire paid for passage on the steamer Amaranth.
H. (1004) April 27, 1843 itemized receipt from Louis A. Macklot that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
I. (1035) LeClaire's account with an unidentified blacksmith from August 19, 1842 to May 9, 1843.
J. (1039) June 3, 1843 itemized receipt from Walter Kelly that confirmed LeClaire paid on his account.
K. (1017) June 6, 1843 itemized receipt from John Remer that confirmed LeClaire paid for lath.
L. (1073) June 8, 1843 itemized bill from Samuel Fisher for the various  items purchased by LeClaire.
M. (1074) June 14, 1843 receipt from Guy H. Hubbard that confirmed LeClaire paid for paint.
N. (1077) July 25, 1843 receipt from W.W. Moran that confirmed LeClaire paid off his account.
O. (1042) September 2, 1843 receipt from J.M. Eads that confirmed LeClaire paid for repairs.
P. (1079) September 2, 1843 receipt from J.M.D. Burrows that confirmed LeClaire paid on his account.
Q. (1080) September 6, 1843 receipt from J.L. Davies that confirmed LeClaire paid Davies for work he did for John Emerson.
R. (1081) September 12, 1843 receipt from Charles Holcomb that confirmed LeClaire paid for a subscription to the Catholic Cabinet.
S. (1082) September 20, 1843 itemized receipt from William S. Collins that confirmed LeClaire paid him for doing labor.
T. (1026) October, 1843 receipt from R. Bennett that confirmed LeClaire paid for shingles and fencing.
U. (1038) November, 1843 receipt from John Forrest that confirmed LeClaire paid for notary fees.
V. (1053) November 2, 1843 itemized bill from Madam St. Amand for goods purchased by LeClaire.
W. (1052) November 7, 1843 itemized receipt from George L. Davenport that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
X. (1066) November 7, 1843 itemized receipt from Charles Leslie that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
Y. (1085) November 8, 1843 receipt from John Pope that confirmed LeClaire paid off his account.
Z. (1086) November 11, 1843 receipt from Thomas H. Bertrand that confirmed LeClaire paid for boxes of apples.
AA. (1063) November 11, 1843 itemized bill from Strong Brunell for labor he did for LeClaire.
BB. (1087) November 15, 1843 receipt from Walter Riley that confirmed LeClaire paid on his account.
CC. (1088) November 20, 1843 receipt from D.B. Shaw that confirmed LeClaire paid for lime and labor.
DD. (1069) November 28, 1843 receipt from Inslie and John Owens that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
EE. (1108) 1844 receipt from E.C. Cunningham that confirmed Alexander LeClaire (LeClaire's brother Alexis?) paid his taxes for 1844.
FF. (1109) June 4, 1844 itemized bill from C. Whisler for various goods purchased by LeClaire.
GG. (1110) June 4, 1844 itemized bill from Burrows and Prettyman for various goods purchased by LeClaire.
HH. (1111) June 5, 1844 itemized bill from George L. Davenport and Co. for various goods purchased by LeClaire.
II. (1113) August 8, 1844 promissory note by (?) to pay George Vaughn when the note came due.
XXII. 1845-60
A. (1132) October 30, 1845 receipt from S.B. Ayres that confirmed LeClaire paid his taxes for 1845.
B. (1138) *WARNING:  This document has 7 parts to it!*  (?)'s unbound cash book covering November 9, 1845 to July 31, 1846.
C. (1146) February 19, 1848 itemized receipt from J.M. & E. Moore that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
D. (1147) October 12, 1848 receipt from LeClaire that confirmed William Morriseon paid for groceries.
E. (1148) December 3, 1848 record of cash lent to Mr. Rudd by (?) and December 4, 1848 record of cash lent to Mr. Hill by (?).
F. (1150) 1850s blank check from Louis A. Macklot Land Agency and Exchange Office.
G. (1152) July 9, 1850 bill of sale/receipt from C.D. Blossern that confirmed Henry White paid for an 11 year old girl.
H. (1161) December 9, 1858 school bond of the district city of Davenport belonging to LeClaire.
XXIII. 1861-63
A. (1166) 1861 receipt from M.L. Sheperd that confirmed LeClaire paid for bonnets.
B. (1168) April 3, 1861 receipt from George Sculler that confirmed LeClaire paid for the treatment of a horse.
C. (1171) August 26, 1861 LeClaire's check to himself, charged to George L. Davenport's account.
D. (1172) September 8, 1861 itemized receipt from George Bower that confirmed LeClaire paid for various goods.
E. (1173) *WARNING:  This document has 4 parts!* December 9, 1861 inventory of the late LeClaire's estate.
F. (1174) December 30, 1861 receipt from Mr. Garrett that confirmed Marguerite paid for slips.
G. (1175) January 1, 1862 receipt from Hill and Washburn that confirmed Marguerite paid for plumbing work.
H. (1176) January 10, 1862 receipt from M.L. Sheperd that confirmed Marguerite paid for a bonnet.
I. (1177) October 2, 1862 receipt from William W. Barnes that confirmed Marguerite paid for fencing.
J. (1178) October 2, 1862 from Robert Sickels that confirmed Marguerite paid for nails.
K. (1179) October 30, 1862 from Hill and Washburn that confirmed Marguerite paid for a stove.
L. (1180) November 8, 1862 receipt from A. Sanders that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription to the Davenport Daily Gazette.
M. (1181) A different version of the previous document.
N. (1182) November 10, 1862 receipt from Daniel Gould that confirmed Marguerite paid for carpeting and binding.
O. (1183) November 15, 1862 receipt from R. Neely that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription to the Daily Democrat & News Carrier.
P. (1184) December 2, 1862 itemized receipt from Hill and Washburn that confirmed Marguerite paid for roof and boiler repairs and masonwork.
Q. (1185) January 1, 1863 receipt from Charles H. Eldridge that confirmed Marguerite paid a postal bill.
R. (1186) March 26, 1863 receipt from W.W. Kennedy that confirmed (?) paid for weighing hay.
S. (1187) April 1, 1863 receipt from Charles H. Eldridge that confirmed Marguerite paid a postal bill.
T. (1188) April 6, 1863 receipt from H. Darlington that confirmed Marguerite paid for lumber.
U. (1189) April 11, 1863 receipt from Lindsay and Phelps that confirmed Marguerite paid for fencing.
V. (1190) April 17, 1863 receipt from Robert Sickels that confirmed Marguerite paid nails.
W. (1191) May 30, 1863 receipt from Robert Sickels that confirmed Marguerite paid for a scythe and stones.
X. (1192) July 1, 1863 receipt from Hill and Washburn that confirmed Marguerite paid for tinware repair.
Y. (1193) July 15, 1863 receipt from Spink and Morten that confirmed Marguerite paid for painting.
Z. (1194) July 31, 1863 receipt from M. McNery that confirmed Marguerite paid for shoes.
AA. (1195) August 26, 1863 receipt from J. Dooley that confirmed Mr. Mooney paid for lard.
BB. (1197) September 24, 1863 receipt from M. McNerney that confirmed Marguerite paid for shoes.
CC. (1198) September 25, 1863 receipt from Adam Noel that confirmed Marguerite paid for a welding done on a coach.
DD. (1199) October 1, 1863 receipt from C.S. Whisler that confirmed Marguerite paid for dry goods.
EE. (1200) October 27, 1863 receipt from Hill and Washburn that confirmed Marguerite paid for plumbing work.
FF. (1201) October 28, 1863 receipt from H. Kohrs that confirmed Marguerite paid for lard.
GG. (1202) November 3, 1863 receipt from Lindsay and Phelps that confirmed Marguerite paid for fencing.
HH. (1196) November 9, 1863 receipt from H. Frizzell that confirmed Marguerite paid for harness repairs.
II. (1203) November 23, 1863 receipt from Michael McNerney that confirmed Marguerite paid for shoes.
JJ. (1204) November 30, 1863 receipt from J. Dooley that confirmed Mr. Mooney paid for rope (?).
KK. (1205) December 21, 1863 receipt from J. Dooley that confirmed Mr. Mooney paid for salt.
XXIV. 1864-70
A. (1206) January 15, 1864 receipt from T.L. Dawson that confirmed Marguerite for bran.
B. (1207) February 27, 1864 receipt from William C. Warriner that confirmed Marguerite paid for boots.
C. (1208) March 5, 1864 receipt from H.A. Rainer that confirmed Marguerite paid for syrup.
D. (1209) March 15, 1864 receipt from J. Johnston that confirmed Marguerite paid for flour.
E. (1210) March 16, 1864 receipt from J. Johnston that confirmed Marguerite paid for bran.
F. (1211) March 17, 1864 receipt from J. Johnston that confirmed Marguerite paid for meal.
G. (1212) April 4, 1864 receipt from Michael McNerney that confirmed Marguerite paid for shoeing horses.
H. (1213) April 15, 1864 receipt from H.A. Regnier that confirmed Marguerite paid for syrup.
I. (1215) July 27, 1864 receipt from H.A. Regnier that confirmed Marguerite paid for syrup.
J. (1216) August 10, 1864 receipt from Knot Brothers that confirmed Marguerite paid for various repairs.
K. (1217) September 9, 1864 receipt from P. Burr that confirmed Marguerite paid for syrup.
L. (1218) December 5, 1864 receipt from D.A. Burruws that confirmed Marguerite paid for bran.
M. (1219) February 20, 1865 receipt from J. McMullan that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription to "The Monthly" Chicago.
N. (1220) July 6, 1865 itemized receipt from C.S. Whisler that confirmed Marguerite paid for dry goods.
O. (1221) July 15, 1865 itemized receipt from Hill and Washburn that confirmed Marguerite paid for pots and a boiler.
P. (1222) July 22, 1865 receipt from R. Neely that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription to the Daily Gazette.
Q. (1223) August 11, 1865 receipt from Joseph A. Davenport that confirmed Marguerite paid for nails.
R. (1224) November 3, 1865 receipt from Samuel Lyler, acting for D.B. Sears and Sons, that confirmed (?) paid for corn.
S. (1226) April 22, 1867 receipt from Joseph A. Davenport that confirmed Philip Mooney paid for nails.
T. (1228) October 30, 1867 receipt from Wadsworth and Co. that confirmed Marguerite paid for dry goods.
U. (1229) November 2, 1867 receipt from James Dooley that confirmed Marguerite paid for oats.
V. (1231) March 20, 1868 receipt from J. Johnston that confirmed Marguerite paid for a saw.
W. (1232) August 29, 1868 receipt from Brother Philips that confirmed Marguerite paid for subscriptions to Ava Maria and Messenger of the Sacred Heart.
X. (1233) October 15, 1868 receipt from Joseph A. Davenport that confirmed Marguerite (?) paid for an axe.
Y. (1234) June 23, 1869 itemized receipt from Charles Stewart that confirmed Marguerite paid for dry goods.
Z. (1235) October 10, 1869 receipt from Brother Fidelis that confirmed Marguerite paid for a life subscription to Ava Maria.
AA. (1236) 1870 receipt from P. Kerker and Sons that confirmed Marguerite paid for tea.
BB. (1237) June 11, 1870 receipt from Sickels and Preston that confirmed Marguerite paid for rakes.
CC. (1238) June 14, 1870 itemized receipt from Charles Stewart that confirmed Marguerite paid for dry goods.
DD. (1239) July 13, 1870 receipt from (?) that confirmed (?) paid for neatsfoot oil.
EE. (1240) December 3, 1870 receipt from Michael McNerney that confirmed Marguerite paid for blacksmith work.
FF. (1241) November 16, 1870 receipt from Washburn and Hender that confirmed Marguerite paid for repairs.
GG. (1242) November 19, 1870 receipt from Kelly and Mack that confirmed Marguerite paid for a bucket and a pail.
HH. (1243) November 30, 1870 receipt from Charles Stewart that confirmed Marguerite paid for dry goods.
II. (1244) December 5, 1870 receipt from James Dooley that confirmed Mr. Mooney paid for oats.
XXV. 1871-72
A. (1245) January 14, 1871 itemized receipt from Charles Stewart that confirmed Marguerite paid for dry goods.
B. (1246) March 31, 1871 receipt from Michael McNerney that confirmed Mr. Mooney paid for blacksmith work.
C. (1247) May 6, 1871 receipt from Phoenix Insurance Co. that confirmed Marguerite paid her premium.
D. (1248) May 22, 1871 itemized receipt from Daniel Gould that confirmed Marguerite paid for carpeting.
E. (1249) June 22, 1871 itemized receipt from Lindsay and Phelps that confirmed Marguerite paid for fencing.
F. (1250) July 27, 1871 itemized receipt from G. Woeber and Brothers that confirmed Marguerite paid for carriage repairs.
G. (1251) September 12, 1871 receipt from E.A. Tilebein that confirmed Marguerite paid for oats.
H. (1252) September 18, 1871 itemized receipt from Washburn and Hender that confirmed Marguerite paid for roofing repairs.
I. (1253) September 27, 1871 itemized receipt from Charles Stewart that confirmed Marguerite paid for dry goods.
J. (1254) October 16, 1871 itemized receipt from Robert Jay that confirmed Marguerite paid for veterinary medicine.
K. (1255) October 17, 1871 receipt from Fairbank's Harrison Street Scales that confirmed Mr. Hilton paid for weighing oats.
L. (1256) October 21, 1871 receipt from William Frazier that confirmed Marguerite paid for plastering.
M. (1257) November 8, 1871 receipt from R. Neely that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription to the Daily Gazette.
N. (1258) December 1, 1871 itemized bill from Robert Jay for veterinary work done for Marguerite.
O. (1259) December 1, 1871 receipt from E.A. Eckermann that confirmed Marguerite paid for painting.  There is a guarantee on the other side.
P. (1260) December 15, 1871 itemized receipt from Robert Jay that confirmed Marguerite paid for veterinary medicine.
Q. (1261) December 20, 1871 itemized receipt from Victor Huot that confirmed Marguerite paid for building materials.
R. (1262) January 5, 1872 receipt from P. Kerker and Sons that confirmed Marguerite paid for groceries.
S. (1263) January 5, 1872 receipt from P. Kerker and Sons that confirmed Marguerite paid for groceries.
T. (1266) February 7, 1872 receipt from Robert Jay that confirmed Marguerite paid for veterinary medicine.
U. (1267) February 8, 1872 receipt from R. Neely that confirmed Louis LeClaire (LeClaire's nephew) paid for a subscription to the Daily Gazette Carrier.
V. (1268) April, 1872 receipt from P. Kerker and Sons that confirmed Marguerite paid for coffee.
W. (1269) April 30, 1872 itemized receipt from P. Kerker and Sons that confirmed Marguerite paid for groceries.
X. (1270) May 8, 1872 receipt from R. Neely that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription to the Daily Gazette Carrier.
Y. (1271) May 13, 1872 itemized receipt from John Rowe that confirmed Marguerite paid for a gas fixture and repairs.
Z. (1272) June 13, 1872 itemized receipt from E.A. Eckermann that confirmed Marguerite paid for painting and wall-papering.
AA. (1273) June 30, 1872 receipt from Edward Russell that confirmed Marguerite paid a postal bill.
BB. (1274) August 2, 1872 itemized receipt from Charles Stewart that confirmed Marguerite paid for dry goods.
CC. (1275) August 13, 1872 itemized receipt from Charles Stewart that confirmed Marguerite paid for dry goods.
DD. (1276) August 15, 1872 receipt from Lindsay and Phelps that confirmed Marguerite paid for lumber.
EE. (1277) September 2, 1872 receipt from Washburn and Hender that confirmed Marguerite paid for a cooking stove and cookware.
XXVI. 1873-June 30, 1874
A. (1278) January 16, 1873 itemized receipt from H.W. and G.W. Kerker that confirmed Marguerite paid for groceries.
B. (1264) February 28, 1873 receipt from Victor Huot that confirmed Marguerite paid for repairs and building.
C. (1283) April 19, 1873 itemized receipt from Charles Stewart that confirmed Marguerite paid for dry goods.
D. (1284) April 26, 1873 itemized receipt from Daniel Gould that confirmed Marguerite paid for lamps, carpeting and other items.
E. (1285) May 1, 1873 receipt from John Rowe that confirmed Marguerite paid for fixing a pump.
F. (1279) May 22, 1873 receipt from H.W. and G.W. Kerker that confirmed Marguerite paid for coffee.
G. (1280) September 16, 1873 itemized receipt from H.W. and G.W. Kerker that confirmed Marguerite paid for groceries.
H. (1286) September 29, 1873 receipt from Walter Hender that confirmed Marguerite paid for a Rebecca kettle.
I. (1287) November 8, 1873 itemized receipt from H.F. Laverenz that confirmed Marguerite paid for vegetables.
J. (1288) December 9, 1873 itemized receipt from Charles Stewart that confirmed Marguerite paid for dry goods.
K. (1281) December 13, 1873 receipt from H.W. and G.W. Kerker that confirmed Marguerite paid for sugar.
L. (1282) December 23, 1873 receipt from H.W. and G.W. Kerker that confirmed Marguerite paid for sugar.
M. (1289) December 31, 1873 receipt from French and Grant that confirmed Marguerite paid for medical services.
N. (1300) May 28, 1874 receipt from Davenport Water Co. that confirmed Marguerite paid for a service pipe.
O. (1301) June 1, 1874 receipt from W.F. Peck that confirmed Marguerite paid for medical services.
P. (1302) June 1, 1874 itemized receipt from Harrison and Holman that confirmed Marguerite paid for drugs.
Q. (1303) June 1, 1874 itemized receipt from John Rowe that confirmed Marguerite paid for gas services.
R. (1304) June 10, 1874 itemized receipt from John Cameron that confirmed Marguerite paid for marble and wall paper.
S. (1305) June 13, 1874 receipt from P. Kerker and Sons that confirmed Marguerite paid for coffee and corn meal.
T. (1290) June 13, 1874 itemized receipt from E.A. Eckerman that confirmed Marguerite paid for painting and wallpapering.
U. (1293) June 16, 1874 itemized receipt from Daniel Gould that confirmed Marguerite paid for carpeting.
V. (1306) June 16, 1874 itemized receipt from Victor Huot that confirmed Marguerite paid for carpetry.
W. (1307) June 16, 1874 receipt from French and Grant that confirmed Marguerite paid for medical services.
X. (1308) June 16, 1874 receipt from Washburn and Hender that confirmed Marguerite paid for roof repairs.
XXVII. July 31, 1874-April 30, 1875
A. (1309) July 1, 1874 itemized receipt from Jacob Heidt that confirmed Marguerite paid for ice.
B. (1294) July 1, 1874 itemized receipt from Daniel Gould that confirmed Marguerite paid for chairs and rockers.
C. (1295) July 8, 1874 itemized receipt from Daniel Gould that confirmed Marguerite paid for chairs and repairs to a rocker.
D. (1310) July 17, 1874 receipt from the Davenport Water Co. that confirmed Marguerite paid for water.
E. (1311) August 8, 1874 receipt from R. Neely that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription to the Daily Gazette Carrier.
F. (1312) August 8, 1874 receipt from R. Neely that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription to the Daily Gazette Carrier.
G. (1313) August 13, 1874 receipt from E.D. Lasc that confirmed (?) LeClaire paid for medical services for Mrs. Burtis.
H. (1314) August 30, 1874 receipt from Luke Bremmar that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription to the Saint Marguerite's School Society.
I. (1315) September, 1874 itemized receipt from H.W. and G.W. Kerker that confirmed Marguerite paid for groceries.
J. (1316) October, 2, 1874 itemized receipt from Daw, Gilman, and Hancock that confirmed Marguerite paid for bran.
K. (1317) October 3, 1874 itemized receipt from Washburn and Hender that confirmed Marguerite paid for metalwork.
L. (1318) October 3, 1874 receipt from Daw, Gilman, and Hancock that confirmed Marguerite paid for oats.
M. (1291) November 13, 1874 receipt from E.A. Eckerman that confirmed Marguerite paid for painting a roof.
N. (1319) November 20, 1874 receipt from Parker and Clark that confirmed Marguerite paid for chimney work.
O. (1320) November 27, 1874 receipt from Lindsay and Phelps that confirmed Marguerite paid for fencing.
P. (1321) November 28, 1874 receipt from R. Neely that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription to the Davenport Gazette.
Q. (1322) December 10, 1874 itemized receipt from Washburn and Hender that confirmed Marguerite paid for pipes and zinc.
R. (1292) December 22, 1874 receipt from E.A. Eckerman that confirmed Marguerite paid for repairing glasses.
S. (1323) December 28, 1874 itemized receipt from Victor Huot that confirmed Marguerite paid for saw filing saws.
T. (1324) December 30, 1874 itemized receipt from Charles Stewart that confirmed Marguerite paid for dry goods.
U. (1325) December 31, 1874 itemized receipt from Harrison and Holman that confirmed Marguerite paid for drugs.
V. (1326) January 1, 1875 receipt from Davenport Water Co. that confirmed Marguerite paid for water.
W. (1327) January 1. 1875 receipt from W.F. Peck that confirmed Marguerite paid for medical services for Mrs, Burtis.
X. (1328) January 30, 1875 itemized receipt from John Rowe that confirmed Marguerite paid for plumbing.
Y. (1329) February 8, 1875 receipt from R. Neely that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription to the Davenport Gazette.
Z. (1330) February 11, 1875 receipt from H.W. and G.W. Kerker that confirmed Marguerite paid for coffee.
AA. (1331) April 6, 1875 itemized receipt from Charles Stewart that confirmed Marguerite paid for dry goods.
XXVIII. May 1, 1875-76
A. (1332) May 1, 1875 receipt from Hanson and Holman that confirmed Marguerite paid on her account.
B. (1333) May 6, 1875 itemized receipt from H.W. and G.W. Kerker that confirmed Marguerite paid for groceries.
C. (1334) May 10, 1875 itemized receipt from Daniel Gould that confirmed Marguerite paid for carpet, drapes and furniture.
D. (1335) May 17, 1875 itemized receipt from Mason and Evans that confirmed Marguerite paid for carriage repairs.
E. (1336) June 2, 1875 receipt from Lindsay and Phelps that confirmed Marguerite paid for lumber.
F. (1337) June 17, 1875 receipt from H.W. and G.W. Kerker that confirmed Marguerite paid for tea and sugar.
G. (1338) July, 1875 receipt from Saint Marguerite's School Society that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription.
H. (1339) August 12, 1875 receipt from R. Neely that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription to the Davenport Gazette Carrier.
I. (1340) September 15, 1875 itemized receipt from Harrison and Holman that confirmed Marguerite paid for drugs.
J. (1341) September 22, 1875 receipt from H.W. and G.W. Kerker that confirmed Marguerite paid for coffee.
K. (1342) September 22, 1875 itemized receipt from Charles Stewart that confirmed Marguerite paid for dry goods.
L. (1343) November 9, 1875 itemized receipt from H.W. and G.W. Kerker that confirmed Marguerite paid for groceries.
M. (1344) November 12, 1875 receipt from R. Neely that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription to the Davenport Daily Gazette.
N. (1345) November 23, 1875 receipt from Daniel Gould that confirmed Marguerite paid for a spring.
O. (1346) November 23, 1875 itemized receipt from H.W. and G.W. Kerker that confirmed Marguerite paid for groceries.
P. (1347) January 15, 1876 itemized receipt from Charles Stewart that confirmed (?) paid for dry goods.
Q. (1348) March 21, 1876 itemized receipt from H.W. and G.W. Kerker that confirmed Marguerite paid for groceries.
R. (1349) April 17, 1876 receipt from Lindsay and Phelps that confirmed Marguerite paid for fencing.
S. (1350) May 2, 1876 receipt from Davenport Water Co. that confirmed Marguerite paid for service.
T. (1351) May 3, 1876 receipt from Washburn and Hender that confirmed Marguerite paid for roof repairs.
U. (1352) May 11, 1876 receipt from Davenport Water Co. that confirmed Marguerite paid for service.
V. (1353) May 15, 1876 itemized receipt from Daniel Gould that confirmed Marguerite paid for furniture repairs.
W. (1354) May 18, 1876 receipt from R. Neely that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription to the Davenport Gazette Carrier.
X. (1355) June 29, 1876 itemized receipt from Victor Huot that confirmed Marguerite paid for repairs.
Y. (1356) July 3, 1876 receipt from Edward Russell that confirmed A.J. LeClaire paid for a registered letter to be sent to L.J. LeClaire.
Z. (1357) August 23, 1876 receipt from P. Kerker and Sons that confirmed Marguerite paid for groceries.
AA. (1358) August 28, 1876 receipt from Davis and Camp that confirmed Marguerite paid for marble.
BB. (1359) October 1, 1876 itemized receipt from John Rowe that confirmed Marguerite paid for plumbing.
CC. (1361) November 7, 1876 receipt from Lindsay and Phelps that confirmed Marguerite paid for plank.
DD. (1362) November 6, 1876 receipt from R. Neely that confirmed Marguerite paid for a subscription to the Davenport Gazette Carrier.
XXIX. Not Dated #1
A. (1) Bill from R.A. Neff and William H. Davidson for boarding Dan Kildey.
B. (2) Bill from R.A. Neff and William H. Davidson for boarding Thomas Kelley.
C. (3) Figuring sheet.  Unknown who used it or for what.
D. (4) Receipt from C.P. Burr that confirmed (?) paid for molasses.
E. (5) Receipt from (?) that confirmed (?) paid for corn.
F. (6) Bill from (?) for various items purchased by (?).
G. (7) Receipt from (?) that confirmed G.C.R. Mitchell paid for LeClaire's subscription to the Iowa News and for an advertisement about a stray horse.
H. (8) Receipt from R.G. Hamburg (?) that confirmed Mr. Savar paid for socks, thread and other items.
I. (10) Receipt from L. Lauciez that confirmed LeClaire paid for freight and passage of Emily Bonds on steamer Minneapolis.
J. (11) Bill from (?) for the various goods purchased by (?).
K. (12) Bill from C. Stewart for dry goods purchased by LeClaire.
L. (13) Bill from (?) for meat purchased by (?).
M. (14) Itemized receipt from Mathews for the groceries purchased by LeClaire.
N. (15) Itemized bill from M. Burrows for the ribbon and bonnet and from John N. Macklot for the boots and gloves purchased by LeClaire.
O. (16) Receipt from L.E. Johnson that confirmed LeClaire paid for items purchased at the sale of the estate of T. Litch.
P. (17) Bill from J.H. Morton for the work he did for LeClaire on a hay scale.
Q. (18) Itemized bill from R. McIntosh for various items purchased by LeClaire.
R. (19) scratch sheet with names and amounts.  There are some names on the other end.
S. (20) Scratch sheet with names and amounts and commodities and amounts.  There is a list of names on the other side.
T. (21) List of items sold to W.B. Warren.
U. (22) Bill from (?) for the various items purchased by LeClaire.
V. (23) Itemized receipt from (?) and O'Haller for various items purchased by (?).
W. (24) Itemized bill from Ramsey Crooks for a large purchase by LeClaire.
X. (25) Itemized bill from (?) for groceries purchased by various people and apparently paid for by LeClaire.
Y. (26) Itemized receipt from Samuel Lashly that confirmed Michael Lepier paid for various items.
Z. (27) Itemized bill from (?) for the muslin, silk and other cloth purchased by (?).
AA. (28) Itemized receipt from John I. Anderson for various goods purchased by LeClaire.
BB. (29) Itemized receipt from Lynch And Trask for furniture purchased by George Davenport and LeClaire.
CC. (30) Itemized bill from Captain L. Leonard for various items purchased by LeClaire.  There is also a note from LeClaire that George Davenport will pay the bill.
DD. (31) Receipt from L' Hommedeiu and Co. that confirmed LeClaire paid for subscriptions to the Liberty Hall and Cincinnati Gazette.
EE. (1486) Bill from (?) for pickets, whiskey and beef purchased by LeClaire.
FF. (33) Promissory note by John Litch and Henry Powers to pay William Gordon when the note came due.
GG. (34) Bill from J. Armill for labor done for LeClaire.
HH. (35) Bill from O' Kelley and Kildey for chopping wood for (?).
II. (36) Bill from A.F. Russell and N. Snow for surveying for (?).
JJ. (37) Itemized receipt from William Sulds that confirmed (?) paid for meat.
KK. (38) Itemized bill from (?) for labor, blacksmith work and carriage repairs for (?) done bewteen March 7 and My 6.
LL. (39) March 28, receipt from John S. Pandless and J.M.D. Burrows that confirmed LeClaire paid for furniture and leather.
MM. (40) April 18, itemized bill from L. Lamb for clothing and carpet purchased by LeClaire.
NN. (41) Itemized bill from William Caagen for whiskey purchased by LeClaire between April 17 and June 24.
OO. (42) June 5, bill from George L. Davenport for paint purchased by LeClaire.
PP. (43) Itemized bill from M. Barrlett for meat purchased by LeClaire between June 12 and September 22.
QQ. (44) Itemized bill from Captain Litch for salt, nails, and other items purchased by LeClaire between July 18 and August 29.
RR. (45) Receipt from J.I. Anderson that confirmed George Davenport and LeClaire paid for items purchased between July 27 and (?) 14.
SS. (46) August 3, receipt from Robert Manre that confirmed (?) paid for wagon materials.
TT. (47) October 20, receipt from J.M.D. Burrows that confirmed LeClaire paid for bedsteads.
XXX. Not Dated #2
A. (48) Itemized bill from (?) for work done on LeClaire's hotel.
B. (51) Itemized bill from C.C. Alvorde and Nathaniel Squires for labor and materials used and done by (?).
C. (53) Itemized bill from LeClaire for rent, labor and materials used and done by John Cronkite.
D. (54) Itemized bill from (?) for whitewashing, plastering and brickwork done for LeClaire.
E. (55) Itemized receipt from A.W. McGregor that confirmed LeClaire paid for McGregor to handle the half breed Menomenies' affairs.
F. (56) Receipt from A.W. McGregor that confirmed LeClaire paid for drawing power of attorney papers for Madam Gonville.
G. (57) Mr. Gity (?) and Mr. Corupher's (?) account with John Macklot through the month of April.
H. (60) Bill from John Owens for lumber and hardware purchased by (?).
I. (61) Bill from John Owens for lumber and hardware purchased by LeClaire.
J. (62) Itemized bill from Whiting and Pope for work on haystack for LeClaire.
K. (63) Itemized bill from Knapp for labor and materials used and done for LeClaire.
L. (64) Itemized list of materials for John's house.
M. (65) Itemized bill from (?) for bricks laid at LeClaire's house.
N. (66) (?)'s Itemized account for windows and curtains for (?).
O. (67) Itemized bill from John Hart for hauling, fencing and gates for LeClaire.
P. (68) Itemized bill from Norseese for hauling done for (?).
Q. (69) List of work done on stairs, doors, wash boards, and other items by (?) for (?).
R. (70) (?)'s bill for bricks purchased by LeClaire.
S. (71) Itemized receipt from Nathan M. Rambo for plastering and materials purchased by LeClaire.
T. (72) Itemized bill from (?) for work and lumber, with a list of the workers, done for (?).
U. (73) Itemized bill from (?) for lumber, shingles and hauling purchased by LeClaire.
V. (74) Itemized bill from C.A. Tutte for lumber purchased by LeClaire.
W. (75) Itemized receipt from Nathan M. Rambo for plastering purchased by (?).
X. (76) Itemized bill from (?) for palstering, patching, and whitewashing purchased by LeClaire.
Y. (77) March 29, itemized bill from Henry Shaw for hardware purchased by LeClaire.
Z. (78) April 22, receipt from William Renwick for fencing purchased by LeClaire.
AA. (79) May 26, itemized bill from Inslee and Owens for hardware purchased by LeClaire.
BB. (80) August 3, itemized bill from Nathaniel Squires for gates and furniture purchased by D.C. Eldridge.
CC. (81) October 17, bill from (?) for lumber purchased by (?).
XXXI. Not Dated #3
A. (89) Account of Captain Litch's estate.  It is unclear who did this and who it was done for.
B. (92) List of bonds and deeds made to different individuals by LeClaire and (?).  Both lots and blocks are noted for each individual.
C. (93) List of assessments made in Knapp for Noel vs. LeClaire.
D. (94) LeClaire's account settlement with the estate of W. Nichol.
E. (95) Inventory list of (?)'s furniture.
F. (96) Inventory list of (?)'s household items.
G. (97) Inventory list of (?)'s house, acreage, household goods, furniture, and other items.
H. (98) Itemized inventory of articles missing from (?) Hotel.
I. (101) List of banks.
J. (102) Receipt from W.R. Hopkins that confirmed A.C. Fulton paid for freight shipped on the steamer Ohio to Daniel Hine or his agent.
L. (103) Receipt from Gentry McGee that confirmed (?) payed for McGee curing a foundered horse.  There is a detailed prescription of the cure as well.
M. (280B) Itemized receipt from Martin Hampton that confirmed the owners of the Davenport Tavern paid him for hauling.
N. (281) List of the costs incurred in building the Davenport Hotel.
O. (112) Receipt from C.S. Whisler that confirmed Marguerite paid for the dry goods she purchased.
P. (113) Receipt from C.S. Whisler that confirmed Marguerite paid for the dry goods she purchased.
Q. (114) Receipt from C.S. Whisler that confirmed Marguerite paid for the dry goods she purchased.
R. (115) Receipt from C.S. Whisler that confirmed Marguerite paid for the dry goods she purchased.
S. (116) Receipt from C.S. Whisler that confirmed Marguerite paid for the dry goods she purchased.
T. (117) Receipt from C.S. Whisler that confirmed Marguerite paid for the dry goods she purchased.
U. (118) Receipt from C.S. Whisler that confirmed Marguerite paid for the dry goods she purchased.
V. (119) Receipt from C.S. Whisler that confirmed Marguerite paid for the dry goods she purchased.
 
Land Records
I. 1803-30
A. (120) December 10, 1803 English translation of a Spanish land grant to the Portage de Sioux Indians.  Charles Dehault De Sassanis gave the grant and William Bubourg translated after Atkison and F.A. LeClaire found the original.
B. (121) A map of the above land grant.
C. (150) May 12, 1821 land transfer from Joseph and Rosella Gravelson Sr. to their son Joseph Gravelson.
D. (174) April 7, 1825 land title given to LeClaire for land he claimed under Patrice Roy.
E. (175) April 7, 1825 land title given to LeClaire for land he claimed under John Baptiste Dauphin.
F. (176) April 7, 1825 land title given to LeClaire for land he claimed under Patrice Roy.
G. (177) April 8, 1825 land title given to LeClaire for land he claimed under Simon LePage.
Note:  All four above land titles are for different pieces of land in the state of Missouri.
H. (205) October 29, 1830 land transfer from George and Armanat Atkison to LeClaire.
II. 1835-37
A. (272A) July 22, 1835 land claim for the Harrison claim by George Davenport and LeClaire.
B. (285) 1835 note from William Gordon to John Litch and Henry Powers asking them to come to Davenport to finalize their purchase of land there.
C. (286) May 17, 1836 land transfer from William Gordon to John Litch and Henry Powers.
D. (287) June 20, 1836 land transfer from LeClaire to Jacob Baily.
E. (289) October 1, 1836 land transfer from LeClaire to Louis LaPage.
F. (298) October 1, 1836 rental agreement in which LeClaire, under his power of attorney over John Emerson's lands, rented a house and the property the house is on, to Walter Warren.
G. (347) January 1, 1837 land transfer from LeClaire to James O'Kelly.
H. (348) January 1, 1837 land transfer from LeClaire to John Fox.
I. (349) January 11, 1837 land transfer from Rock Island County to LeClaire.
J. (385) June 1, 1837 plat map of LeClaire's additions to the town of Davenport.
K. (367) June 15, 1837 agreement between Joshua Aiken and Robert E. Little on one hand and George Davenport and LeClaire on the other.  Both sides claimed the same pieces of land.  Aiken and Little agreed to drop their claim if Davenport and LeClaire proved their claim was earlier, then Aiken and Little would drop theirs.
L. (354) July 10, 1837 land transfer from James S. Adams to Nathaniel Squires.
M. (355) July 10, 1837 land transfer from Ephraim Knapp to Nathaniel Squires.
N. (356) September 9, 1837 land transfer from LeClaire to J.W. Parker.
O. (357) September 9, 1837 land transfer from LeClaire to Jacob W. Lernen.
P. (358) September 9, 1837 land transfer from LeClaire to J.W. Parker, J.W. Lernen and J.P. Cook.  The land was transferred back to LeClaire on September 6, 1840.
Q. (359) September 9, 1837 land transfer from LeClaire to Joseph Knox.
R. (372) transcript of the November 1, 1837 confirmation of the upper part of the two land grants given to LeClaire as a result of the Blackhawk Treaty five years earlier. (original stored with oversized documents)
III. 1838-39
A. (441) February 5, 1838 land transfer from LeClaire to Moses Perrin.  The document is crossed out and heavily blotted.  It is unknown what this means, if anything.
B. (442) February 17, 1838 land transfer from LeClaire and Marguerite to Jonas Barber.  The document is crossed out and heavily blotted.  It is unknown what this means, if anything.
C. (443) March 1, 1838 land transfer from LeClaire to Nathaniel Squires.
D. (444) April 7, 1838 land transfer from Levi G. Stevens to Alexander C. Donaldson.
E. (445) May 5, 1838 land transfer from A.C. Donaldson and Frazer Wilson to George Davenport and LeClaire.
F. (446) June 1, 1838 land transfer from George Davenport to LeClaire.
G. (447) November 3, 1838 land transfer from LeClaire to Louis Ebert.
F. (551) February 7, 1839 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
G. (552) February 17, 1839 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
H. (553) February 27, 1839 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to Enos French.  The document is crossed out.  It is unknown what this means, if anything.
I. (554) March 8, 1839 land transfer from Thomas F. Smith to James M. Bowling.
J. (555) March 20, 1839 land transfer from LeClaire to Thomas Foster.  Foster paid for it by doing plastering for the church LeClaire was building.
K. (557) April 19, 1839 land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to Duncan C. Eldridge and James McCord.
L. (558) May 1, 1839 land transfer from Jacob Bailey to LeClaire.
M. (559) May 16, 1839 land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to William Parker.
N. (560) May 16, 1839 land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to George H. Tapley.
O. (561) May 20, 1839 land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to Andrew F. Russell.
P. (562) June 4, 1839 land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to John M. Witherwax.
Q. (563) June 5, 1839 land transfer from LeClaire to A.W. Perry.
R. (564) June 6, 1839 land transfer from Enos French to LeClaire.
S. (565) June 7, 1839 land transfer from James M. Bowling to LeClaire.
T. (566) June 8, 1839 land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to Hiram B. Riddle.
U. (567) June 8, 1839 land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to Lockwood J. Center.
V. (568) June 10, 1839 land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to J.M.D. Burrows.
W. (569) June 13, 1839 land transfer from Jonas Barber and his wife to LeClaire.
X. (570) June 22, 1839 land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to Duncan C. Eldridge.
IV. 1839 (continued)
A. (571) June 25, 1839 note to LeClaire from Lockwood Center.  It stated that Duncan Eldridge and transferred a land claim from himself to Center.
B. (572) July 29, 1839 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
C. (573) July 29, 1839 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
D. (574) July 29, 1839 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.  All three above land transfers are for different pieces of land.
E. (576) August 22, 1839 land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to John Pope.
F. (593) August 26, 1839 rental agreement for land and property between Thomas Lindsay as the tenant and John Emerson, represented by LeClaire, as the landlord.
G. (577) September 1, 1839 rental agreement for land and property between Hiram B. Riddle as the tenant and LeClaire as the landlord.
H. (578) September 10, 1839 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
I. (579) September 13, 1839 land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to John C. Holbrook.  The document is crossed out.  It is unknown what this means.
J. (580) September 13, 1839 land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to James Boothe.
K. (581) September 30, 1839 land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to George Tait and L. Parker.
L. (582) October 2, 1839 land transfer from Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.
M. (583) October 2, 1839 land transfer from Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.  This is not the same piece of land as above.
N. (584) October 13, 1839 land transfer from LeClaire and Marguerite to Charles Leslie.
O. (585) October 23, 1839 rental agreement for land and property between Calvin Dillon as the tenant and John B. Sarpy and others as the landlord.
P. (587) November 2, 1839 land transfer from LeClaire to W.W. Dodge.
Q. (588) November 18, 1839 land transfer from LeClaire to W.W. Dodge.  This is not the same piece of land as above.
V. 1840
A. (715) January 6, land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to J.M.D. Burrows.
B. (716) February 11, land transfer from Joseph and Susan Knox to LeClaire.
C. (790) February 21, land transfer from William C. Earye to John S. Earye and a May 8 land transfer from John S. Earye to LeClaire.
D. (718) March 16, land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to David Hoge.
E. (719) March 16, land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to Ben Barber.
F. (720) March 27, land transfer from LeClaire, acting for Thomas F. Smith, to John W. Macklot.
G. (721) March 28, land transfer from LeClaire to D.C. Eldridge.
H. (722) April 24, land transfer from LeClaire to Issac Squires.
I. (723) May 1, land transfer from LeClaire to Lockwood J. Center.
J. (727) May 30, land transfer from LeClaire to Joliet C. Montgomery.
K. (730) June 15, land transfer from LeClaire to John Pope.
L. (732) June 23, land transfer from LeClaire to Richard Pearce.
M. (733) June 24, land transfer from George Davenport and LeClaire to James Miller.
N. (734) July 1, land transfer from LeClaire to R.T. McLoskey.
O. (735) August 24, land transfer from LeClaire to Jonathan D. Hall.
P. (736) August 24, land transfer from Leclaire to Benjamin Buck.
Q. (737) August 24, land transfer from LeClaire to John S. Mills.
R. (738) September 7, land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
S. (739) October 1, list of lots given to J. Turner and Martin Smith in the town of LeClaire.
T. (740) October 19, land transfer from Andrew J. Hyde to George Davenport.
U. (741) October 19, land transfer from Erastus Downing to Charles Howland and George W. Henry.
V. (742) October 21, land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
W. (743) October 28, land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
X. (744) October 28, land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
Y. (745) October 28, land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to Leclaire.
Z. (746) November 20, land transfer from W. Gordon to LeClaire.
AA. (747) December 31, land transfer from Stephen Hulse to LeClaire.
VI. 1841-42
A. (900) January 19, 1841 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
B. (901) January 26, 1841 land transfer from LeClaire to Ebenezer Cook.
C. (902) March 15, 1841 land transfer from LeClaire to J.M. and W. Eldridge.
D. (903) March 15, 1841 land transfer from LeClaire to J.M. and W. Eldridge.
E. (904) March 30, 1841 land transfer from David and Sarah LeClaire (LeClaire's brother and sister-in-law) to LeClaire.
F. (905) May 12, 1841 land transfer from LeClaire to Dan. B. Shaw.
G. (906) May 29, 1841 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
H. (907) May 29, 1841 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
I. (908) May 29, 1841 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
J. (909) September 1, 1841 land transfer from LeClaire to Anthony McKloskey.
K. (910) October 1, 1841 land transfer from LeClaire to Mr. Mealman.
L. (911) November 5, 1841 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
M. (912) November 6, 1841 land transfer from John H. and Emma Thorington to LeClaire.
N. (913) November 10, 1841 official confirmation of a land transfer from LeClaire to David LeClaire (LeClaire's brother).
O. (914) November 10, 1841 official confirmation of land ownership of James K. Stubbs.
P. (983) February 20, 1842 official receipt from Adrian H. Davenport, sheriff, that LeClaire acquired the rights to land he bought at an auction.
Q. (No Number) April 2, 1842 land transfer from Marshall W.B. Watts' land auction to pay off taxes to LeClaire.
R. (986) September 3, 1842 certification of the sale of the late W.W. Moran's land by Adrian H. Davenport to J.M.D. Burrows.  LeClaire acquired this land on September 2, 1843.
S. (987) October 24, 1842 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
T. (988) October 24, 1842 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
U. (989) October 24, 1842 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
V. (No Number) October 29, 1842 land transfer from LeClaire to J. Parker.  The document is located in drawer R8-OS-CAB2-D9 inside the cage.
VII. 1843-44
A. (1054) January 24, 1843 land transfer from Alfred and Julia Ann Davisson to LeClaire.
B. (1055) April 12, 1843 land transfer from Henry C. Scoot to LeClaire.
C. (1056) May 19, 1843 land transfer from Chauncey and Susanna Wood to LeClaire.
D. (1057) May 30, 1843 land transfer from LeClaire and Marguerite to Robert Reynolds.
E. (1058) June 6, 1843 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
F. (1059) June 29, 1843 land transfer from Asa and Electa Green to LeClaire.
G. (1060) September 4, 1843 land transfer from George Davenport to LeClaire.
H. (1061) October 23, 1843 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
I. (1062) October 24, 1843 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
J. (1065) December 12, 1843 land transfer from Matthias Loras, Bishop of Dubuque, to LeClaire.
K. (1092) January 27, 1844 land transfer from Sheriff Adrian H. Davenport's sale to pay taxes on the land to LeClaire.
L. (1093) January 27, 1844 land transfer from Sheriff Adrian H. Davenport's sale to pay taxes on the land to LeClaire.
M. (1094) January 27, 1844 land transfer from Sheriff Adrian H. Davenport's sale to pay taxes on the land to LeClaire.
N. (1095) January 27, 1844 land transfer from Sheriff Adrian H. Davenport's sale to pay taxes on the land to LeClaire.
O. (1096) January 27, 1844 land transfer from Sheriff Adrian H. Davenport's sale to pay taxes on the land to LeClaire.
P. (1097) January 27, 1844 land transfer from Sheriff Adrian H. Davenport's sale to pay taxes on the land to LeClaire.
Q. (1098) February 7, 1844 land transfer from Sheriff Adrian H. Davenport's sale to pay taxes on the land to LeClaire.
R. (1099) February 7, 1844 land transfer from Sheriff Adrian H. Davenport's sale to pay taxes on the land to LeClaire.
S. (1100) February 7, 1844 land transfer from Sheriff Adrian H. Davenport's sale to pay taxes on the land to LeClaire.
T. (1101) February 7, 1844 land transfer from Sheriff Adrian H. Davenport's sale to pay taxes on the land to LeClaire.
U. (1102) May 4, 1844 land transfer from Elizabeth Nichols to LeClaire.
V. (1103) August 1, 1844 land certificate from the General Land Office for land LeClaire purchased.  There is also a photostat of the patent record possessed by the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management.
W. (1104) August 8, 1844 land transfer from Rodolphus Bennett to Charles Nagle and Lewis Little.
X. (1105) August 24, 1844 land transfer from James R. Stubbs to LeClaire.
Y. (1106) September 10, 1844 LeClaire's contract with George C. Wales to buy his land.
Z. (1107) November 7, 1844 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
VIII. 1845-60
A. (1121) February 18, 1845 land transfer from John and Emilie Macklot to LeClaire.
B. (1122) February 21, 1845 land transfer from Sarah Lindsay to LeClaire.
C. (1124) March 13, 1845 land transfer from LeClaire and Marguerite to William A. Bird.
D. (1126) May 9, 1845 land transfer from LeClaire and Marguerite to Robert Reynolds.
E. (1127) June 5, 1845 land transfer from George and Margaret Davenport to LeClaire.
F. (1130) August 21, 1845 land transfer from George L. and Sarah Davenport, Margaret Davenport, Bailey Davenport and Susan Lewis to LeClaire.
G. (1131) October 14, 1845 land transfer from George Long to LeClaire.
H. (1133) February 16, 1846 land transfer from Scott County Treasurer Alexander H. Miller's sale to pay taxes on the land to LeClaire.
H. (1134) March 26, 1846 land transfer from Alexander H. and Adrian Miller to LeClaire.
I. (1135) June 18, 1846 land transfer from Daniel and Mary Killian to LeClaire.
J. (1136) June 10, 1846 land transfer from Charles E. and Francis L. Brown to LeClaire.
K. (1137) June 16, 1846 land transfer from John Campbell, Benjamin Pike and Joseph Turner, trustees of the First Baptist Church of LeClaire to LeClaire.
L. (1140) February 13, 1847 land transfer from Adrian H. Davenport's sheriff's sale for land repossessed, but not redeemed, to LeClaire.
M. (1141) February 13, 1847 land transfer from Adrian H. Davenport's sheriff's sale for land repossessed, but not redeemed, to LeClaire.
N. (1142) February 13, 1847 land transfer from Adrian H. Davenport's sheriff's sale for land repossessed, but not redeemed, to LeClaire.
O. (1143) February 13, 1847 land transfer from Adrian H. Davenport's sheriff's sale for land repossessed, but not redeemed, to LeClaire.
P. (1145) May 24, 1847 land transfer from John Littig to Balderson Joseph Gollitine.
Q. (No Number) August 28, 1851 land transfer from LeClaire and Marguerite to Jochin Schoil (?).
R. (M254) *WARNING! There are 4 parts to this document* Maps of early Davenport, circa mid 1850s.
S. (1156) September 24, 1856 land transfer from LeClaire and Marguerite to John Hornby.
T. (1157) October 25, 1857 land transfer from W.E. Walker to Theis Frank for land in the Nebraska Territory.
IX. 1861-76
A. (Book 7) 1861 record of LeClaire's land transactions compiled after his death.  The document is in the LeClaire Estate Box on the upper shelves inside the cage.
B. (1169) April 20, 1861 land transfer from Marshal O.S. McNeil's sale to pay taxes on the land to Joseph LeClaire (LeClaire's brother).
C. (1214) April 16, 1864 land transfer from George L. Davenport and Marguerite to Patrick Henry.
X. Not Dated
A. (32) Receipt from E.K. Gibbon that confirmed (?) paid for looking into the price of land owned by Mr. Green.
B. (107) Scratch sheet of lots in (?) Keokuk.
C. (108) Undated map of township 78.  It is unclear what this township is currently called.
 
Legal Records
I. 1814-24
A. (125) June 24, 1814 document from St. Charles County Clerk J. Devore that gave LeClaire power of attorney over the estate of the late Charles Labelle.
B. (126) June 24, 1814 document from St. Charles County Clerk J. Devore that appointed Francis Louerer, Baptiste Champlain and Francis Lepier as appraisers for the estate of the late Charles Labelle and that they were to work with LeClaire, who had the power of attorney over the estate (see previous document).
C. (132) July 24, 1815 clearance for Michael Passalhieur/Pashalieur (?) to travel through Indian country, signed by William Gamble of the custom house in the port of Mihilimackinac.
D. (142) April 30, 1817 document granting power of attorney to LeClaire over William Clark's land.  Thomas Forsyth signed as a witness.
E. (155) August 31, 1822 handwritten copy of the election results for the trustees of Portage de Sioux, St. Charles County, Missouri.  LeClaire was tied with the most votes with M. Saucier.
F. (158) March 15, 1823 document from St. Charles County Clerk William Christy giving LeClaire power of attorney over the estate of the late Antoine Senecal.
G. (159) March 15, 1823 document from St. Charles County Clerk William Christy that appointed Francis LeSieur, Patrice Roy and Louis Pugol as appraisers for the estate of the late Antoine Senecal and that were to work with LeClaire, who had power of attorney over the estate (see previous document).
H. (164) May, 1824 document from St. Charles County Clerk William Christy that appointed Daniel Griffith, Collin McCloud and LeClaire as election judges.
II. 1825-35
A. (No Number) January 20, 1825 federal appointment making LeClaire the blacksmith for the Portage de Sioux Indian tribes.  The document is located in drawer R8-OS-CAB2-D9.
B. (180) February 3, 1825 document from Missouri Governor Frederick Bates commissioning LeClaire as Justice of the Peace for Portage de Sioux Township, St. Charles County.
C. (170) September 7, 1825 document from St. Charles County Judge William G. Petters giving LeClaire and Francois LeClaire (LeClaire's brother) power of attorney over the estate of the late F.A. LeClaire.
D. (190) December 6, 1828 document from St. Charles County Clerk William Christy giving Catherine Gravline power of attorney over the estate of the late Joseph Gravline, her husband.
E. (237) The September 21, 1832 treaty ending the Blackhawk War of the early 1830s.  The original is kept in the vault.
F. (220) January 18, 1833 agreement between Lewis Lavor and LeClaire in which Lavor will do work for LeClaire while staying sober in exchange for LeClaire providing room and board.
G. (210) April 15, 1833 letter from LeClaire to the United States Indian Department stating LeClaire has not been paid for his services as interpreter to the Sauk and Fox Indians for the period between October 1 - December 31, 1831. M. S. [Marmaduke] Davenport and William Brusher signed as witnesses to LeClaire's claim and character.
H. (212) The same as the above document, only the date for the document is July 13, 1833.
I. (248) June 30, 1834 copy of the document in which Missouri approved of allowing half-breeds to use the territory reserved for the Sauk and Fox Indian nations under a 1824 treaty.
J. (266) March 6, 1835 document from St. Charles County Clerk William Christy giving Catherine Martinaux power of attorney over the estate of the late Charles Martinaux, her husband.
K. (268) April 17, 1835 affidavit of Michael Brisbois concerning the common law marriage of John Morgan and the Fox squaw Wau-kee-kun and their tree children, John, Charlotte, and Catherine.
L. (272B) September 22, 1835 affidavit of Stephen H. Burtis and J.A. Banton a lost flatboat owned by LeClaire.
M. (276) October 1, 1835 affidavit from James M. Bowling that he acted as an agent for LeClaire at an auction and one from Stephen H. Burtis that he acted as auctioneer.
III. 1836
 A. (292) April 1, document giving LeClaire power of attorney over John Emerson's affairs.
 B. (319) April 1, commission of LeClaire as justice of the peace for Moines (?) County, Michigan Territory by acting territorial governor John S. Horner.
 C. (320) April 20, official announcement of the opening of a post office in Des Moines County, Wisconsin Territory and the naming of LeClaire as postmaster.
 D. (322) April 26, procedures and regulations for a post office and a postmaster sent to LeClaire by Postmaster General Amos Kendall.
 E. (No Number) May 18, copy of the Town Lot Co-partnership agreement that officially founded the town of Davenport.
 F. (302) May 26, document giving George Davenport and LeClaire power of attorney over John and Mary Morgan's affairs.  It is believed that John Morgan is the son of the John Morgan and the Fox squaw from the April 17, 1835 affidavit of Michael Brisbois.
 G. (303) *WARNING:  This document is in two parts!* May 26, document giving George Davenport and LeClaire power of attorney over Catherine Morgan's affairs.  It is believed that Catherine Morgan is the daughter of the John Morgan and the Fox squaw from the April 17, 1835 affidavit of Michael Brisbois.
 H. (304) *WARNING:  This document is in two parts!*  May 26, document giving George Davenport and LeClaire power of attorney over Emile Lucuis' affairs.
 I. (305) May 27, document giving George Davenport and LeClaire power of attorney over Baptiste Tome's affairs.
 J. (306) *WARNING:  This document is in two parts!*  May 27, document giving George Davenport and LeClaire power of attorney over Thomas Abbott's affairs.
 K. (307) July 30, document giving George Davenport and LeClaire power of attorney over Charlotte Morgan's affairs.  It is believed that Charlotte Morgan is the daughter of the John Morgan and the Fox squaw from the April 17, 1835 affidavit of Michael Brisbois.
 L. (308) August 15, document giving George Davenport and LeClaire power of attorney over Charlotte Janis's affairs.
 M. (309) *WARNING:  This document is in two parts!*  September 29, document giving George Davenport and LeClaire power of attorney over Poh-pe-na-way Gantlett's affairs.
 N. (338) October 22, commission of LeClaire as postmaster of Des Moines County, Wisconsin Territory by Postmaster General Amos Kendall.
 O. (290) October 31, receipt from Illinois governor John Reynolds that confirmed LeClaire's deed for forty acres.
IV. 1837-39
A. (384) May 25, 1837 title transfer of a ferry from LeClaire to John Wilson.
B. (386) June 8, 1837 guarantee of purchase from J. Galland to Thomas Abbott.
C. (387) June 8, 1837 guarantee of purchase from J. Galland to Thomas Abbott for use at Galland & Grunwald.
D. (364) June 10, 1837 deposition of Jesse Moreing concerning three of his horses that had strayed and were seen by him and others in the possession of the Sauk and Fox Indians.
E. (351) June 15, 1837 document giving Philip G. Hambough power of attorney over lands between the Des Moines and Mississippi Rivers owed by George Davenport, LeClaire, and over a dozen others.
F. (368) September 6, 1837 deposition in which Jean Brunet and John G. Whitten of Crawford County, Wisconsin Territory stated their financial claims against the Sauk and Fox Indians from when they traded with them.
G. (371) October 31, 1837 copy of a deposition by John W. Johnson in which he verified that Duncan Graham had lost his goods, which he planned to sell, as a result of an Indian attack.
H. (no number) December 6, 1837 handwritten copy of Duncan Graham's deposition of the goods, which he planned to sell, he lost as a result of an Indian attack.
I. (390) November 15, 1837 official judgement for LeClaire and George Davenport in their case against L.G. Stevens for forced entry and (?).  The county sheriff had to serve the decision twice to Stevens.
J. (459) March 6, 1838 deposition in which John B. Mayrand of Brown County, Wisconsin Territory stated his financial claim against the Sauk and Fox Indians from when he traded with them (they still owed him a great deal).
K. (460) April 18, 1838 deposition in which Joseph Rolette of Crawford County, Wisconsin Territory stated his financial claim against the Sauk and Fox Indians from when he traded with them.
L. (513) April 30, 1838 contract between LeClaire, William B. Watts and Samuel Mazzuchelli on one hand and Adam Moel, Joseph Noel and John Noel on the other hand.  The first group asked the second group to build a catholic church.
M. (514) April 30, 1838 contract between LeClaire, William B. Watts and Samuel Mazzuchelli on one hand and Nathaniel Squires on the other hand.  The first group asked Squires to do the carpentry for the previously mentioned catholic church.
N. (515) Nathaniel Squires agreement to do the above work and his terms.
O. (448) August 15, 1838 guarantee from Martin Godard (?) of Mr. Bowling's purchase for Ephraim Knapp.
P. (449) August 22, 1838 guarantee from Martin Godard (?) of Mr. Bowling's purchase for John Hearst.
Q. (495) October 9, 1838 contract between LeClaire and Stephen H. Burtis.  Burtis agreed to care for the goods LeClaire bought from him until the spring of 1839.  There is a list of the goods as well.
R. (466) October 10, 1838 contract in which LeClaire agreed to collect money from the Sauk and Fox for Louis McPherson and give it to W.R. McPherson and Josiah Smart.
S. (464) October 25, 1838 memorandum from W. Fleming in which LeClaire is to retain title to his claim until such time as Joseph M. Street can make full restitution.
T. (521) January 12, 1839 agreement between LeClaire and Morssis for building a house.  LeClaire furnished the materials and Morssis the labor.  The is a rough sketch of the house on the other side.
U. (524) March 6, 1839 rental agreement with Timothy and Thomas Dillon as the tenants and LeClaire as the landlord.
V. (602) May 13, 1839 contract between George Davenport, LeClaire, Samuel Barkley, and William Patton on one hand and Harvey Leonard on the other for bricks to be provided by Leonard.
W. (603) June 25, 1839 contract between Nathaniel Squires and LeClaire in which Squires agreed to build a hotel for LeClaire.
X. (528) June 26, 1839 building contract between James Thorington on one hand and Lockwood G. Center and Thaddeus K. Mills (the builders) on the other.
Y. (605) June 28, 1839 contract between LeClaire and Harvey Leonard and D.C. Eldridge for plaster to be provided by Leonard and Eldridge.
Z. (530) July 12, contract in which Harmon Willey, with the help of a day laborer, agreed to build a log house for William B. Conway.
AA. (531) July 16, rental agreement between LeClaire as the landlord and J.H. Thorington as the tenant.
BB. (532) July 20, contract between J.H. Torington and Center & Mills, the latter to build shelves and bookcases for the former.
CC. (533) July 30, contract in which Selby P. Blader allowed LeClaire to hew lumber.
DD. (613) August 7, 1839 agreement between Augustus Gunville, administrator of the late Madam Francoise Gunville's estate, and LeClaire.  LeClaire bought the debt the Sauk and Fox Indians owed Madam Francoise Gunville.
EE. (614) August 31, 1839 agreement between LeClaire and P. Chouteau & Co.  LeClaire sold all his claims against the Sauk and Fox Indians to P. Chouteau & Co. and he could no longer trade with either the Sauk of Fox without the permission of P. Chouteau & Co.
FF. (537) November 1, 1839 rental agreement between the landlord LeClaire and the tenant S. Macklot.
V. 1840-60
A. (867) February 12, 1840 plan and contract for stables to be built by R.A. Neff for Frazer Wilson (?).
B. (724) May 1, 1840 rental agreement between the landlord LeClaire and the tenant John H. Thorington.
C. (725) May 20, 1840 rental agreement between the landlord LeClaire and the tenant John Cronkite.
D. (729) June 4, 1840 authorization from George H. Topley to LeClaire to issue a deed to James Hall.
E. (731) June 18, 1840 rental agreement between the landlord LeClaire and the tenant R.A. Truscott.
F. (874) November 27, 1840 bond for goods bought by Robert A. Neff at an auction by LeClaire.
G. (973) Copy of December 30, 1841 dimensions of a court house.
H. (1064) November 15, 1843, Adrian H. Davenport's notice as sheriff of the foreclosure of William W. Dodge's mortgage with LeClaire.
I. (1123) March 1, 1845 power of attorney grant from George M. Howland to C.B. Lord.  There is also a June 27, 1845 land transfer from Lord, acting for Howland, to LeClaire.
J. (1139) January 18, 1847 agreement between LeClaire and George L. Davenport, executor for George Davenport, in which the terms LeClaire and the late Davenport had concerning their Half-breed claims were changed to allow LeClaire to control both claims.
K. (1149) December 6, 1848 guarantee of LeClaire's purchase of (?) by (?).
L. (1155) November 26, 1855 power of attorney grant to Joseph LeClaire (LeClaire's brother) from LeClaire and George L. Davenport for land in Lee County.
M. (1151) June 19, 1850 terms of agreement with William A. Gayle for the sale of household and kitchen furniture from the LeClaire House.
N. (1158) March 9, 1858 LeClaire's first will, which was voided March 7, 1861 with the writing of a second will.
O. (1159) The envelope for the previous document.
P. (1163) March 9, 1859 contract for James Drake to build a fence for LeClaire.
VI. 1861-76
A. (1167) March 7, 1861 LeClaire's updated will.  The original is located in drawer R8-OS-CAB2-D9 inside the cage.
B. (Book 8) The report on LeClaire's Estate between October 10, 1861 to January 1, 1873 by George L. Davenport and Marguerite.  The document is inside the LeClaire Estate Box on the upper shelves inside the cage.
C. (Book 9) The report on LeClaire's Estate between January 1, 1873 to June 1, 1877 by George L. Davenport and Marguerite.  The document is inside the LeClaire Estate Box on the upper shelves inside the cage.
VII. Not Dated
A. (49) Contract to build a store for J.D. Thorington.  There are specifications and a diagram in the contract.
B. (50) The plan for the building mentioned in the previous document.
C. (52) A lease, including rates, for a store and house.  It is unclear who the landlord and tenant are.
D. (90) Post-statehood extract from the laws of Missouri in regards to acknowledgement of conveyance.
E. (91) Post-statehood brief concerning the laws of Missouri regarding the requirements for a valid deed of conveyance.  This document is spread between two attached sheets of paper.
 
Correspondence
I. 1815-25
A. (128) 1815 notice to LeClaire that he had to make a list that stated the value of his household furniture and watches.  He was asked to present this list to John W. Thompson sometime in May.  The notice is signed by James Kern.
B. (131) July 8, 1815 petition to Illinois Territorial Governor William Clark, signed by 67 men, that requested Clark permission for the 67 men to form an all-French militia company.
C. (137) May, 1816 that appointed LeClaire as interpreter to the Potawatomie Indian nation and a secondary letter that confirmed LeClaire took the necessary oath.
D. (140) November 25, 1816 from George Wilson to LeClaire concerning a James Vanarsdale.
E. (167) August 18, 1824 from Farris & Spalding, lawyers, to parties unknown concerning their possible need to sue LeClaire for the heirs of "Louise" regarding who earned an undefined property.  There is also a request for information on the Mrs. Collet vs. Rufus Pettibone.
F. (178) January 20, 1825 from William Clark that stated that if Mr. Lathem could not receive the blacksmith tools, LeClaire was to receive them instead.
G. (179) A copy of the January 20, 1825 letter that appointed LeClaire the blacksmith for the Potawatomie Indian nation.
II. 1827-29
A. (183) March 6, 1827 from Samuel Mazzuchelli to LeClaire that informed him that Mazzuchelli was running late and would be at Rock Island, IL at a later date.
B. (185) February 18, 1828 from Thomas Forsyth to LeClaire (?) in which Forsyth stated this was the third time he had asked LeClaire if he wanted to be the official interpreter for the Sauk and Fox Indian nations.
C. (191) December 12, 1828 from Francois LeClaire (LeClaire's brother) to LeClaire.  Francois explained he had seen to the deposition of an estate.  He said the judge advised he and LeClaire to sell the estate.
D. (192) February 23, 1829 from Thomas Forsyth to LeClaire.  Forsyth informed LeClaire of visits from Sauk and Fox leaders.  He said that the Sauk and Fox promised to keep all quiet until Forsyth could come to Rock Island, IL with General Clark in order to settle problems they had with the Sioux.  He asked LeClaire to encourage the Sauk and Fox to keep this promise.
E. (no number) June 1, 1829 from Lieutenant Chas. L.C. Minor to whom it may concern that he hired a group of Sauk and Fox Indians to track his run away horse.
III. 1830-33
A. (197) June 12, 1830 from Sergeant Morris to LeClaire that stated Major Greene asked if LeClaire could ask some Indians to pursue a army deserter.
B. (199) September 26, 1830 from LeClaire to A.C. Lefieur/Lesieur (?).  LeClaire replied to a previous letter in which Lesieur asked about the annuities involved in trade with the Sauk and Fox.  LeClaire explained that George Davenport and Russell Farnham had the main Indian trade in the area and that Lesieur was stepping out of his place with his inquires.
C. (202) October 15, 1830 from Felix St. Vrain to LeClaire that instructed LeClaire what to do while St. Vrain was away.
D. (211) May 4, 1833 from William Clark of the federal Indian Affairs Department to LeClaire.  Clark informed LeClaire that the Indian Affairs Dept. had received his affidavit and receipt for services as interpreter for the Sauk and Fox Indian nations and the amount was approved and on the way.
E. (213) July 13, 1833 to the head of the federal Indian Affairs department from (unreadable name), who informed the department that LeClaire was absent when the federal interpreters drew upon the former interpreters funds as advancements and to send money to give LeClaire that same advancement.
F. (214) July 13, 1833 from General William Clark to Elbert Harring, Commissioner for Indian Affairs, confirming that LeClaire performed as interpreter for the Sauk and Fox Indians and deserved payment.
G. (232) November 4, 1833 from John Lachance to LeClaire.  Lachance informed LeClaire that he could not work for him the following year.
H. (236) December 20, 1833 from Stephen H. Buntz to LeClaire.  Buntz asked LeClaire if he could rent a horse on December 25, in order to visit family and friends.
IV. 1834-35
A. (240) January 22, from B.W. Clark to LeClaire.  Clark asked LeClaire for his promised payment for caring for Indian canoes.
B. (241) February 6, from T.B. Patterson to LeClaire.  Patterson talked of the reception Black Hawk's autobiography was getting in Boston, where there was a high opinion of both Black Hawk and LeClaire.  Patterson also said he was tired of living in the city and wished to return to the frontier.
C. (242) February 12, from George (?) Davenport to LeClaire.  Davenport thanked LeClaire for his invitation to accompany LeClaire to a dinner engagement and mentioned the ice on the river (?) had began to break up.
D. (238) March 29, from George Maguire of the Indian Affairs Department to Francis Labussier.  Maguire said that Labussier's letter, forwarded by Masahwaquat, was received and will be given to the superintendent when he returned.
E. (256) June 15, from P.O. Mara (?) to George Davenport.  Mara said that he believed the local Indians were in possession of two horses of his that had strayed and asked Davenport to look into the matter.
F. (257) June 25, from Joseph Runger to George Davenport.  Runger said that he believed the local Indians were in possession of a horse of his that had strayed and asked Davenport to look into the matter.
G. (249) July 2, from J.B. Yarp (?) to LeClaire.  Yarp told LeClaire the history of the horses sent to George Davenport.  Yarp also said he had not seen Illinois Governor Reynolds yet in order to present LeClaire's claims.
H. (258) July 10, from Jesse Moreing to LeClaire.  Moreing said he believed the local Indians were in possession of three horses of his that had strayed and asked LeClaire to look into the matter.
I. (259) August 2, from Guy B. Morrison to LeClaire.  Morrison said that he believed one of his strayed horses had been given to LeClaire by local Indians and could LeClaire keep an eye out for another stray as well.
J. (260) August 3, from Leroy Jackson to LeClaire.  Jackson said he had heard the local Indians were in possession of a horse of his that had strayed and asked LeClaire to check into the matter.
K. (255) December 25, from John F. Eberman to LeClaire.  Eberman asked LeClaire if he would be willing to sell him some pigs that were on LeClaire's land, even though they belonged to the Blandoy (?) estate.
L. (271) June 17, 1835 from Joseph W. Street to the general public announcing the auction of a stray horse at LeClaire's estate.
V. 1837-39
A. (377) April 6, 1837 note from Jonah H. Case to Simon Cragar.  Case asked Cragar to pay LeClaire the money Case owed him.
B. (352) (received) June 19, 1837 from Archibald Gamble, Joshua Aiken, and Robert Little to George Davenport, LeClaire, and others.  The writers asked for changes in the way land was being sold.
C. (374) November 20, 1837 note from Thomas Baker to LeClaire.  Baker told LeClaire to pay Jeremiah Smith the money due Baker from the Indians.
D. (474) February 9, 1838 from William H. Stanley to LeClaire.  Stanley asked LeClaire to give him time to raise the money he owed LeClaire before LeClaire sought legal action to collect the debt.
E. (462) June 20, 1838 from W.B. Lewis, of the Treasury Department to LeClaire.  Lewis informed LeClaire that in regard to a letter LeClaire had sent the Treasury Department, Lewis sent LeClaire all the papers dealing with Francis Lebahier's claim against the Sauk & Fox Indian nations.
F. (450) September 22, 1838 note from Martin Godard (?) to LeClaire.  Godard asked LeClaire to pay John Hearst his pay for his job.
G. (451) September 22, 1838 note from Martin Godard (?) to LeClaire.  Godard asked LeClaire to pay Ephraim Knapp his pay for his job.
H. (439) October 13, 1838 notice from the Scott County District Court to LeClaire that Louis LaPage would give a deposition in the case of Samuel L. Coy vs. LeClaire and LeClaire was allowed to be present and ask questions.
I. (497) October 26, 1838 from Mary H. Armont to LeClaire.  Armont informed LeClaire that she had vacated the Blondeau place and wanted rooms for the winter.
J. (500) November 21, 1838 from P.G. Hambaugh to LeClaire.  Hambaugh apologized for not writing earlier and asked LeClaire to take charge of his Hambaugh's affairs at Rock Island, IL until he was able to get there himself.
K. (458) (?) 24, 1838 from J. Lockwood to LeClaire.  Lockwood informed LeClaire of his claim against the Fox Indians because Lockwood had to be at the Winnebago treaty meeting while the Fox treaty meeting would occur at Rock Island, IL.
L. (590) February 27, 1839 from Doctor John Emerson to LeClaire.  Emerson informed LeClaire of his preferences for pieces of land in Rock Island, IL that will be coming on to the market soon.  LeClaire was to buy Emerson adjoining pieces.
M. (620) June 1, 1839 from Harvey Leonard (?) to Mrs. Bowling.  Leonard asked Bowling to pay Worthington, the bearer of the note.
N. (591) June 6, 1839 from Doctor John Emerson to LeClaire.  Emerson asked LeClaire to visit him at Fort Snelling (Minnesota) and asked LeClaire about the land he was buying for Emerson.
O. (592) July 14, 1839 from Doctor John Emerson to LeClaire.  Emerson said he had applied for a leave of absence in order to attend a land sale.  He asked LeClaire when he would come visit him.  He also discussed different aspects of his job at Fort Snelling.
P. (668) August 6, from Larkin Lamb to William Eldridge.  Lamb asked Eldridge to pay LeClaire some of the money Lamb owed him.
Q. (671) September 3, 1839 from W. Gordon to LeClaire.  Gordon asked LeClaire to pay W.R. Watts the money Gordon owed him.
R. (594) September 17, 1839 from Doctor John Emerson to LeClaire.  Emerson said the steamboat Pike had landed with more troops for Fort Snelling and Emerson and LeClaire would soon own the steamboat.  Emerson also stated he could not get a leave because he was the only medical officer at Fort Snelling.
S. (556) September 18, 1839 from Matthew Bergan to LeClaire.  Bergan explained how he wanted LeClaire to handle the power of attorney he had over Bergan's lands.
T. (607) September 24, 1839 from Leonard and Eldridge to (?).  Leonard and Eldridge asked (?) to pay D. Hawley for hauling sand.  There is also a receipt that confirmed this happened.
U. (621) October 1, 1839 from Harvey Leonard to LeClaire.  Leonard explained he came to terms on how to pay for lime work.  A second note is form W.B. Watts to LeClaire.  Watts asked LeClaire to pay George Davenport for the lime work.
V. (595) October 8, 1839 from Doctor John Emerson to LeClaire.  Emerson sent his regrets over Thos. Lindsay & son's deaths.  Emerson also asked for an update on his land claim.
W. (586) November 2, 1839 from William Gordon to LeClaire.  Gordon asked if LeClaire to send the rest of the money due him on account because he needed money to complete outfitting himself for surveying.
X. (596) November 4, 1839 from Doctor John Emerson to LeClaire.  Emerson told LeClaire that he was accountable for the late Mr. Lindsay's note and asked LeClaire to give widow Lindsay all the time she needed to repay the note to LeClaire.
Y. (688) December 1, 1839 from Thomas Foster to LeClaire.  Foster asked LeClaire to pay R.A. Neff.
Z. (623) December 2, 1839 from Harvey Leonard to LeClaire.  Leonard asked LeClaire to pay Louis Albert.
AA. (689) December 4, 1839 from Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.  Squires asked LeClaire to pay James Bowling.
BB. (624) December 7, 1839 from Harvey Leonard to LeClaire.  Leonard asked LeClaire to pay David LeClaire.
CC. (589) December 12, 1839 from John Young to LeClaire.  Young told LeClaire that he would finish paying his promissory note soon and therefore asked that his land not be sold.
DD. (692) December 14, from Narssies Giertien to LeClaire.  Giertien asked LeClaire to pay R.A. Neff.
EE. (694) December 23, from Thomas Foster to (?).  Foster asked (?) to pay John J. Renals.
VI. 1840
A. (779) January, from Cheney Mungers to LeClaire.  Mungers asked LeClaire to pay John Forrest for him.
B. (714) January 4, from L.S. Colton to (?). Colton told (?) that he understood his objections to a parcel of land, but to hold on to it anyway until they meet in person.
C. (758) January 28, from Harvey Leonard to LeClaire.  Leonard asked LeClaire to pay John Littig for him.
D. (866) February 11, from Napez (?) Zattern to LeClaire.  Zattern asked LeClaire to pay R.A. Neff for him.
E. (884) February 13, Nathaniel Squires to Leclaire.  Squires asked LeClaire to pay the bearer of this note.
F. (786) February 13, Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire. Squires asked LeClaire to pay the bearer of this note.
G. (787) February 14, Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.  Squires asked LeClaire to pay M. Barber for him and mark it on Squires' account.
H. (885) February 14, Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.  Squires asked LeClaire to pay either Mr. Rumbold or the bearer of this note.
I. (788) February 15, from Charity A. Conway to LeClaire.  Conway asked LeClaire to pay John Harker for him and charge it to his account.
J. (868) February 17, from Dennis Fuller to LeClaire.  Fuller asked LeClaire to pay R.A. Neff from Fuller's account for pork for Fuller.
K. (791) February 22, from Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.  Squires asked LeClaire to pay Mr. Whitmore from Squires' account with LeClaire.
L. (886) February 22, from Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.  Squires asked LeClaire to pay the bearer of this note from Squires account.
M. (759) March 6, from Harvey Leonard to LeClaire.  Leonard asked LeClaire to pay Mr. Rambo or the bearer of this note.
N. (760) March 10, from Harvey Leonard to LeClaire.  Leonard asked LeClaire for a loan.
O. (877) March 10, from Riddle and Morton to LeClaire.  LeClaire was asked to pay George L. Davenport and charge it to Riddle and Morton's account.
P. (748) March 12, from John Emerson to LeClaire.  Emerson informed LeClaire of land sales at Dubuque, the money he owed is being sent with John Sanford, not to send any corn, and to make a loan to Mrs. Lindsay for Emerson.
Q. (796) March 18, from John Owens to LeClaire (?).  Owens asked LeClaire to pay Mr. Carroll and charge it to Owens' account with LeClaire.
R. (761) March 21, from Harvey Leonard to LeClaire.  Leonard asked LeClaire to give Mr. Hawley a barrel of dried peaches and charge them to Leonard.
S. (762) March 21, from Harvey Leonard to LeClaire.  Leonard asked LeClaire to give Mr. Hawley some corn and charge it to Leonard's account.
T. (763) March 21, from Harvey Leonard to LeClaire.  Leonard asked LeClaire to pay George L. Davenport for him and charge it to his account.
U. (799) March 21, from Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.  Squires asked LeClaire to pay George L. Davenport for him and charge it to his account.
V. (887) March 24, from Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.  Squires asked LeClaire to pay T.S. and D. Hage and charge it to his account.
W. (801) March 24, from Charley Taylor to LeClaire.  Taylor told LeClaire he sold LeClaire's note due him to Mr. Parkhurst.
X. (888) April 14, from Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.  Squires asked LeClaire to pay H. Bouny from Squires' account.
Y. (889) April 25, from Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.  Squires asked LeClaire to pay Mr. Rumbold from Squires' account.
Z. (817) April 25, from Daniel Kildey to LeClaire.  Kildey asked LeClaire to pay the bearer of this note from Kildey's account.
AA. (890) April 27, from Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.  Squires asked LeClaire to pay Dr. Hall or the bearer of this note From Squires' account.
BB. (749) May 7, from John Emerson to LeClaire.  Emerson informed LeClaire John Sanford had gone to Council Bluffs, Emerson was disappointed over the postponement of a land sale and he left money with Mr. McKnight.
CC. (891) May 8, from Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.  Squires asked LeClaire to pay John Owens.
DD. (892) May 18, from Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.  Squires asked LeClaire to pay Mr. Snow.
EE. (822) May 22, from Thomas Foster to LeClaire.  Foster asked LeClaire to pay Robert Fleming for him.
FF. (726) May 28, from William Compher and John Getty to LeClaire.  Compher and Getty told LeClaire that Robert Early, who purchased land with them to build houses on, will soon arrive to start the building and claim the land.
GG. (827) June 1, from A.W. Perry to LeClaire.  Perry asked LeClaire to pay Mr. Johnson or the bearer of the note.
HH. (829) June 8, from (?) to (?).  The writer informed the addressee that the lath was delivered to Thomas Foster as per LeClaire's order.
II. (828) June 8, from W. Taylor to LeClaire.  Taylor asked LeClaire to pay Mr. Parker.
JJ. (893) June 13, from Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.  Squires asked LeClaire to pay John Pope and charge it to his account.
KK. (894) June 13, from Nathaniel Squires to LeClaire.  Squires asked LeClaire to pay Mr. Fuller and charge it to his account.
LL. (752) June 17, from William Tage to LeClaire.  Tage asked LeClaire to pay Mr. Hail and charge it to his account as he is about to leave for New York.
MM. (841) September 1, from John Evans to LeClaire.  Evans asked LeClaire to pay Mr. Carroll and charge it to his account.
NN. (849) October 14, from LeClaire to John Macklot.  LeClaire asked Macklot to pay Mr. Watt.
OO. (850) October 20, from John Evans to LeClaire.  Evans asked LeClaire to pay John Cronkite.
PP. (856) December 2, from Patrice Roy to LeClaire.  Roy asked LeClaire to pay the bearer of this note.
VII. 1841-42
A. (978) March 14, 1841 from Reid and Johnston to LeClaire.  Reid and Johnston informed LeClaire that deeds to the claims of a group of half-breeds needed to furnished.
B. (943) March 27, 1841 from Sam Reynolds to LeClaire.  Reynolds informed LeClaire that he had enlisted in the cause for Texas and urged LeClaire to encourage others to help Texas.
C. (950) May 21, 1841 from Mr. Sherman to LeClaire.  Sherman asked LeClaire to pay Charles Leslie.
D. (951) May 21, 1841 from John Evans to LeClaire.  Evans asked LeClaire to pay Mr. Witherell.
E. (952) May 26, 1841 from J. Sailor to LeClaire. Sailor asked LeClaire to pay James Bowling.
F. (954) May 29, 1841 from Thomas Foster to LeClaire.  Foster asked LeClaire to pay A.F. Russell.
G. (955) June 12, 1841 from William Parker to LeClaire.  Parker asked LeClaire to pay the bearer of this note.
H. (957) June 15, 1841 from W. Sherman to LeClaire.  Sherman asked LeClaire to pay Mr. Swarthouse.
I. (979) June 27, 1841 from a Reid and Johnston to LeClaire.  Reid and Johnston explained the necessary deeds mentioned in the March 14, 1841 letter had not arrived yet and they need them immediately.
J. (980) July 12, 1841 from Reid and Johnston to LeClaire.  Reid and Johnston told LeClaire the deeds had arrived and that seven of them had been validated.
K. (965) August 18, 1841 from J.H. Morton to LeClaire.  Morton asked LeClaire to pay David LeClaire (LeClaire's brother).
L. (915) August 28, 1841 from chiefs of the Fox Nation to John Chambers, Iowa Territorial Governor.  The chiefs asked if it was possible for the Sauks not to speak for the Foxes as well in the forthcoming treaty.
M. (967) September 1, 1841 from R.T. McLoskey to LeClaire.  McLoskey asked LeClaire to pay Mr. Tichenor.
N. (916) September 11, 1841 from Stephen H. Burtis to LeClaire.  Burtis informed LeClaire that the treaty was to signed in October, 1842, Mormon thieves are in Lee County trying to get land, and Colonel Davenport was not awarded any land.
O. (981) November 5, 1841 from Reid and Johnston to LeClaire. Reid and Johnston informed LeClaire that taxes for the half-breed claims must be paid or else the land will be sold to pay the taxes.
P. (982) November 9, 1841 from Reid and Johnston to LeClaire.  Reid and Johnston informed LeClaire that payment to H. Starr had been made and to consider the letter a receipt for payment of services.
Q. (1008) January 8, 1842 from Zadock Kalbough to LeClaire.  Kalbough asked LeClaire to pay Mr, Swartout.
R. (1014) March 30, 1842 from John C. Holbrook to William Trucks.  Holbrook asked Trucks to pay R. Bennett and charge it to his account.
S. (984) April 16, 1842 from Joel C. Walker, Court Clerk of Lee County, to William Watts.  Walker explained to Watts that LeClaire had power of attorney over some half-breed lands and asked Watts to ask LeClaire to pay money due on those lands.
T. (1022) June 22, 1842 from Francis Labussois to Mr. Farewather.  Labussois asked Farewather to pay him the money he owed him by order of LeClaire.
U. (1024) June 25, 1842 from Alexis LeClaire (LeClaire's brother) to LeClaire.  Alexis asked LeClaire to pay Thomas Gashlin and charge it to Alexis' account.
V. (1028) July 19, 1842 from G.C.N. Mitchell to LeClaire.  Mitchell asked LeClaire to pay Patrick Fox and charge it to his account.
W. (1033) August 2, 1842 from L.E. Johnson to LeClaire.  Johnson asked LeClaire to pay Gilbert McHowe and charge it to his account.
X. (994) August 3, 1842 from L.E. Johnson to LeClaire.  Johnson asked LeClaire to pay Inslie and John Owens and charge it to his account.
Y. (1034) August 6, 1842 from James May to LeClaire.  May explained his concern for Madam Santamant, his thoughts on starting the towns of Davenport and LeClaire, and asked if LeClaire to look it bills owed him by the Sauk and Fox.
Z. (1050) October 15, 1842 from George L. Davenport, for George Davenport, to LeClaire.  Davenport asked LeClaire to pay Strong Burnell's note for work he did for the elder Davenport.
AA. (1047) November 27, 1842 from Reid and Johnston to LeClaire.  Reid and Johnston informed LeClaire what his taxes were for the year in Madison and arrangements had been made in which he could pay the taxes to Mr, Thayes.
BB. (1046) December 8, 1842 from George L. Davenport to LeClaire.  Davenport asked LeClaire to pay John May for hauling and charge it to his account.
VIII. 1843-60
A. (1068) March 18, 1843 from Reid and Johnston to LeClaire.  Reid and Johnston informed LeClaire they had to sell some half-breed claims in order to pay the taxes and they require money to purchase title transfers.
B. (1072) May 27, 1843 from Alexis LeClaire (LeClaire's brother) to LeClaire announcing the birth of Lousia Antoinette LeClaire (LeClaire's niece).
C. (1075) June 27, 1843 from A. David LeClaire (LeClaire's brother) to John Mullins.  David asked Mullins to pay the bearer of this note and charge it to his account.
D. (1076) June 28, 1843 from George L. Davenport to LeClaire.  Davenport asked LeClaire to pay J. Sailor and charge it to George Davenport's account.
E. (1078) August 28, 1843 from John H. Morton to LeClaire.  Morton asked LeClaire to pay W. Collins and charge it to his account.
F. (1083) October 12, 1843 from W.R. Shoemaker to LeClaire.  Shoemaker told LeClaire that he will take care of his account and that he is through having dealings with Mr. Fisher.  He will hire Frazer on LeClaire's recommendation.
G. (1084) October 23, 1843 from Riddle and Morton to LeClaire.  Riddle and Morton asked LeClaire to pay C. Peck and charge it to their account.
H. (1115) January 7, 1844 from H. Reid to LeClaire.  Reid told LeClaire he did not know how much LeClaire owed on taxes, but send a decent amount and LeClaire can pay any extra later.
I. (1116) February 22, 1844 from Reid and Johnston to LeClaire.  Reid and Johnston said that received the money LeClaire sent to pay his taxes and they would ask Mr. Grant to give a specific amount LeClaire owed for taxes.
J. (1117) March 11, 1844 from Reid and Johnston to LeClaire.  Reid and Johnston proposed a out-of-court settlement to the half-breed claims suit pending in court.
K. (1118) April 4, 1844 from Reid and Johnston to LeClaire.  Reid and Johnston explained the details of out-of-court settlement of the half-breed claims suit.
L. (1112) August 1, 1844 from S.N. White and S.G. Stien to LeClaire.  White and Stein requested LeClaire give the bearer of this note, C.C. Goodrich, the clarinet belonging to the Moline Band.
M. (1119) October 12, 1844 from Reid and Johnston to LeClaire.  Reid and Johnston gave LeClaire more information on the half-breed claims suit settlement and said that there were demonstrations, by some of the half-breeds, against the settlement.
N. (1120) December 30, 1844 from Reid and Johnston to LeClaire.  Reid and Johnston informed LeClaire they had received his payment of taxes for the year and requested payment for their services in transferring one of the half-breed tracts.
O. (1125) April, 1845 from Reid and Johnston to LeClaire.  Reid and Johnston informed LeClaire that the deeds had to be sent in accordance with the settlement to the half-breed claims.  Also there was a lead mine discovered on one of LeClaire's parcels.
P. (1128) July 22, 1845 from Mrs. Hampstead to LeClaire.  Hampstead asked LeClaire if she could borrow a horse.
Q. (1144) May 12, 1847 from Thomas Foster to LeClaire.  Foster asked LeClaire to pay Mr. Witherhold (?) and charge it to his account.
R. (1160) July 20, 1858 statement to the stockholders of Home Insurance Company.
S. (1165) December 21, 1859 from Ebenezer Cook to James Grant.  Cook answered Grant's questions about LeClaire's desire to make a loan of $30,000.
IX. 1861-76
A. (1225) 1867 bulletin from the Executive Committee of the Pioneer Settlers Association regarding their Tenth Annual Festival.
B. (1227) July 7, 1867 letter of introduction from Father J.A.M. Pelamorgues to Father Lenoir for Israel Hall.
C. (1230) 1868 notice from the editor of Ava Maria that concerned its publication and rates.
D. (1265) February 3, 1872 from Louis A. LeClaire (LeClaire's nephew) to Marguerite.  Louis informed Marguerite of where and when his daughter would be baptized.
E. (1296) Card sent to Marguerite annoucing a reception for John McMenomy on April 29, 1874.
F. (1297) A name card for Charlotte E. McMenomy.  It accompanied the above document.
G. (1298) A name card for Nathaniel S. Mitchell.  It accompanied the above two documents.
H. (1299) The envelope in which the above three documents were sent.
I. (1360) October 18, 1876 from James Grant to Joseph Herbert.  Grant informed Herbert that he could not leave the area at the present time.
X. Not Dated
A. (9) Note from John Evans to LeClaire.  Evans explained that Mr. Carroll paid LeClaire's bill and the money was credited to LeClaire's account.
B. (82) Note from George L. Davenport to LeClaire.  Davenport asked LeClaire to pay Walter Kelly the money Davenport owed him.
C. (83) Note from Simmons White to LeClaire.  White asked LeClaire to pay George L. Davenport the money White owed him.
D. (84) Note from H.W. Bomrey to LeClaire.  Bomrey asked LeClaire to pay D.C. Eldridge the money Bomrey owed him.
E. (85) W.W. Azmer's description of a stray horse.
F. (86) (?)'s list of stray horses.
G. (88) L. Jackson's description of a horse found by him, sent to Mr. Lanan.
H. (87) A.W. McGregor's notice of an auction, advertised in the Galenian, of stray horses found by LeClaire.
I. (104) An empty envelope addressed to Father Lenoir, Great Seminary, Montreal.
J. (106) An empty envelope addressed to LeClaire, Davenport, Iowa.
K. (111) An empty envelope addressed to LeClaire, Post Master, Davenport City, Wisconsin Territory.
L. (110) April 5, (?) from Joseph Knox to a ___ Mitchell.  Knox explained to Mitchell that he wanted Mitchell to remain part of an arbitration board even though Mitchell wished to step done.
M. (100) From M. S. [Marmaduke, Indian agent] Davenport to LeClaire. Davenport asked LeClaire to check on a missing silver table spoon that the Indians might have taken.
N. (1366) January 1, empty envelope addressed to Marguerite.
O. (1367) April 9, empty envelope addressed to Marguerite.
P. (1368) October 24, empty envelope addressed to Marguerite.
 
Personal Letters
I. 1833
A. (235) December 3, love letter from M.W. Smith to Emilie Blondeau.  Smith explained to Blondeau why he had not been in contact with her for a while and asked her to forgive him for not remaining in contact.
 
Printed Materials & Ephemera
I. 1837-76
A. (376) January 30, 1837 invitation to a ball listing the managers.
B. (392) Invitation to a October 5, 1837 ball at McGregor's Hotel, listing the managers.
C. (1129) K.L. Iten, Vinegar Factory business card.  "Sarah Iten (?), 21, Aug. 1845, Bvan(?)" is written on the back.
D. (1153) January 5, 1852 invitation to the Eighth of January Ball at the LeClaire House.
E. (1154) April 27, 1855 Chartered Rights of the Davenport Gas Light & Coke Company.
F. (1162) December 18, 1858 menu with wine list for LeClaire House.
G. (1164) September 25, 1859 menu with wine list for LeClaire House.
H. (1170) August 17, 1861 pass from H. Price that allowed LeClaire to enter Camp McClellan.
I. (1363) 1882 poem by Marguerite LeClaire (LeClaire's grandniece) dedicated to Antoine J. LeClaire (LeClaire's nephew).
II. Not Dated
A. (99) Invitation to the Farmer's and Mechanic's Ball listing the managers.  The invitation is on a small white flag in black lettering.
B. (105) Business card for Bailey & Co., Wholesale Confectioners in St. Louis.  The reverse side has a distance table for a steamboat line.
C. (109) Invitation to the Rockingham Ball listing the managers.
D. (1364) Passenger ticket for Packet Northerner from Keokuk to Davenport.
E. (1365) Handwritten piece of music with scribbling on the back.
 
LECLAIRE-FRENCH
 
PLEASE USE THE TRANSLATIONS, AS MOST OF THESE DOCUMENTS HAVE BEEN TRANSLATED, INSTEAD OF THE ORIGINALS, UNLESS NECESSARY, IN ORDER TO PRESERVE THE ORIGINALS.  IF THERE IS A TRANSLATION, IT WILL BE RIGHT AFTER THE DOCUMENT IN QUESTION.
 
In this guide, Antoine LeClaire is called LeClaire.  His wife Marguerite LaPage LeClaire is called Marguerite.  Antoine LeClaire's father was Francois Antoine LeClaire.  He is called F.A. LeClaire to distinguish him from two of his sons, Antoine and Francois.  However, he too is called Antoine LeClaire in many documents.
 
Financial Records
I. 1803-10
A. (1382) November 12, 1803 bill from Robert Pallman to F.A. LeClaire for F.A. LeClaire's purchase of silverware and hardware.
B. (1386) This has two parts.
1. A July 5, 1805 letter from F.A. LeClaire to Robert Forsyth to use the money Forsyth got from selling F.A. LeClaire's furs to give to William Burnett in order to pay off some of F.A. LeClaire's account with Burnett.
2. A September 13, 1805 confirmation by Canadian notary James Allen that he cannot get the money for William Burnrett from Robert Forsyth because Forsyth doesn't have it.
C. (1388) July 25, 1805 update of F.A. LeClaire's account with H. Pattinson and July 10, 1806 estimation of account.
D. (1391) August 10, 1807 promissory note by Michael Barada to pay Joseph Marin at a later date.
E. (1395) February 6, 1810 inventory of the widow Madame Lapierre's assets.
II. 1811-14
A. (1403) Various dates for 1811-12.  A list of items F.A. LeClaire received from A. Kinzie and Thomas Forsyth, Indian agents.  The list included the price of the items as well as the number of each item given.
B. (1406) January 18, 1813 promissory note by F.A. LeClaire to pay Charles Martineau when the harvest comes in.
C. (1407) August 19, 1813 list of items F.A. LeClaire bought from Joseph Philipson that he still owed money on.
D. (1408) December, 1813 - March 1814, list of items F.A. LeClaire bought from Joseph Philipson that he still owed money on.
E. (1414) January 7, 1814 receipt showing that F.A. LeClaire paid his taxes for 1813.
F. (1410) March, 1814 list of items F.A. LeClaire bought from Joseph Philipson that he still owed money on.
G. (1411) May 16, 1814 list of items F.A. LeClaire bought from Joseph Philipson that he still owed money on.
H. (1412) Various dates in 1814 list of items Victorie Lugoterie bought from F.A. LeClaire that he stilled money on.
I. (1413) Various dates in 1814 list of items Michael LePailleur bought from Lewis Crawford that he still owed money on.
III. 1815-16
A. (1418) July 25, 1815 receipt that confirmed Thomas Forsyth gave Joseph Philipson money to be credited to F.A. LeClaire's account.
B. (1419) July 27, 1815 receipt that confirmed Joseph Langevin received money from Michael Lepallieur that Langevin will invest for him.
C. (1420) Various dates 1815 list of items Mr. LePailleur bought from B. Beaubin that he still owed money on.
D. (1421) September 2, 1815 list of items Mr. LePailleur bought from B. Beaubier that he still owed money on.
E. (1417) Joseph Lengevin's 1815 bill for items bought.
F. (1423) February 22, 1816 promissory note by Jean B. Parant to pay Michael LePailleur what he owed him in old Quebec currency.
G. (1425) June, 1816 list of items Michael LePailleur bought from Fr. Olivathat he still owed money on.
IV. 1817-1818
A. (1427) February 16, 1818 receipt that confirmed LeClaire paid his 1817 taxes.
B. (1429) August 22, 1817 request by LeClaire that John Henry pay Mr. Solomon the money he owes LeClaire based on a May, 1805 promissory note.
C. (1430) 1817-1818 comparison list of the goods LeClaire and Isidore Robidoux bought from each other that showed LeClaire still owed Robidoux money.
D. (1434) Benito Vasquez's March 5, 1818 request for a loan from LeClaire.
E. (1435) Sylvestre Labbadier's May 30, 1818 receipt showing he had received the money Thomas Forsyth gave him to put against LeClaire's account.
F. (1436) Warner O. King's August 31, 1818 receipt showing he received money from Michael Pyer to credit to Mr. Robinson's account.
V. 1819-1821
A. (1440) August 11, 1819 reminder to LeClaire of what he owed the American Fur Company.  There is also a list of how much money LeClaire's furs were bought for in a recent sale.
B. (1441) November 4, 1819 inventory of the late Lisette Lepailleur's estate by Jacques Perras, justice of the peace, at the request of Ant. Cilare.
C. (1439) 1819-1820 list of LeClaire's account with Perras.
D. (1445) 1820 receipt list of LeClaire's account with Papin and Amourense.
E. (1446) February 20, 1820 letter from unknown person A informing unknown person B that he has given LeClaire the money person B gave him to credit persons B's account with LeClaire.
F. (1448) January 17, 1821 promissory note by Pierre Ranger to pay Dr. Wilson when the note came due.
G. (1450) October 13, 1821 receipts from Antoine Anelol and Patrice Roy (Marguerite LeClaire's step-father) that confirmed they received payment from LeClaire for their legal services.
H. (1451) October 13, 1821 receipt from Mathieu Saucizfils that confirmed he received payment from LeClaire for the freight he delivered.
VI. 1823-43
A. (1456) April 15, 1823 letter from Mr. Labadier to LeClaire (?) that explained that he had given LeClaire's bill to Mr. Benite to collect.
B. (1458) July 18, 1823 receipt from Antoine Bourbonois that confirmed LeClaire gave him the money LeClaire owed Bourbonois' brother Francois Bourbonois.
C. (1459) October 13, 1823 receipt from Etiene Bienssenus that confirmed that LeClaire had paid for the late Antoine Senecal's coffin.
D. (1457) October 8, 1823 promissory note by Benito Vasquez to pay LeClaire when it comes due in two months and the December 8, confirmation that the note was paid.
E. (1460) December 20, 1823 receipt from Abram Dumons that confirmed LeClaire paid up the money LeClaire owed him.
F. (1470) June 15, 1831 list of bills that when collected, were to be given to the amount Francois LeClaire (Antoine's brother).
G. (1472) November 5, 1834 list of the goods LeClaire bought from J.B. Lebeau (?) that he still owed money on.
H. (1475) Various dates, 1842 list of goods LeClaire bought from H.C. Scott that he still owed him for rent, whiskey, flowers, etc.
I. (1477) June 1, 1843 bill for LeClaire stating what he owed Mr. Gaillardet for a subscription.
VIII. Not Dated
A. (1375) A bill for items bought by Blackhawk.
B. (1378) A list of legal expenses at the Fox vs. Parker trial.
C. (1376) An itemized bill for various goods.  It is unknown whose it this is.
D. (1377) An inventory list of furs.
E. (1372) A list of what Francois LeClaire (Antoine's brother) owed an unidentified person.
F. (1373) A list of what Butain bought from Joseph Filare that he still owed money on.
G. (1374) A list of the items LeClaire bought from Joseph Philipson that he still owed money on.  The list includes the monetary value of the items.
H. (1380) Three different inventory lists of furs.
I. (1381) An unidentified person's list of debits and credits.
 
Land Records
I. 1797-1805
A. (1371) 1797 letter from Antoine Foulard, land surveyor, that explained he had difficulty surveying Louis LaRoche's land because of swamps.
B. (1384) April 15, 1804 confirmation, by Mayor Francois Saucier of Portage des Sioux, of a land transfer from Bazil Picard to Etienne Pepin.
C. (1385) November 20, 1804 land grant to Francois Honore.
D. (1387) December 19, 1805 land transfer from Jean Baptiste Dauphin to Pierre Chouteau.  There was a house on the land.  There is also confirmation of this land transfer in 1831 for the Missouri state records.
II. 1806-10
A. (1389) July 15, 1806 land transfer from Pierre Chouteau to Joseph Graveline.
B. (1390) November 8, 1806 land transfer from Pierre Chouteau and his wife, Marie Rouze Chouquette, to Joseph Leblond.  This involved two pieces of land with a house built on one.  It is unknown if this is the same piece of land Chouteau acquired in 1805.  There is also confirmation of this land transfer in 1831 for the Missouri state records.
C. (1392) January 28, 1808 land transfer from Jean Baptiste Pugol and his wife, Marie Moguier, to Paul Loise.
D. (1393) September 2, 1808 land transfer from Simon Favereux to Mrs. Victoire Blondeau Roy (Marguerite LeClaire's mother).  This involved two pieces of land, a house being on one of them.
E. (1394) March 7, 1809 land exchange between Matthieu Saucier and Antoine Senecal.
F. (1396) February 23, land transfer from Jean Baptiste Dauphin to Antoine Senecal.
G. (1397) May 10, land exchange between Francois Saucier and Louis Menard.
III. 1811-13
A. (1398) January 23, 1811 land transfer from Charles Martineau and his wife to Etienne Pepin.
B. (1399) January 23, 1811 land transfer from Etienne Pepein to Charles Martineau and his wife.
C. (1404) April 16, 1812 land transfer from Baptiste Voudris and his wife, Elizabeth Loisse, to Louis Aodins.
D. (1405) June 3, 1812 land transfer from Jean Baptiste Pujolle and his wife, Marie Moke, to Jean Baptiste Vaudry.
E. (1409) December 20, 1813 land exchange between Baptiste Vaudris, on one hand, and Francois Jourdins and his wife, Barbe Chaport, on the other hand.  Each of the two pieces of land that were exchanged had a house on it.
IV. 1816-21
A. (1424) March 4, 1816 agreement between Antoine Cenelal and his wife, Raine Loipe, on one side and Louis Godins and his wife, Marianne Tomsomme, on the other for Godins to use Cenelal's land to transport his furs to market.
B. (1426) July 28, 1816 land transfer from Antoine Anelol and his wife, Marie Reine Loise, to LeClaire.
C. (1428) April 5, 1817 land transfer from Antoine Anelol and his wife, Marie Reine Loise, to LeClaire.
D. (1437) August 25, 1818 land transfer from Augustus Lefevre and his wife, Marie Saucier, to George Atkinson.
E. (1442) April 12, 1819 land transfer from Jean Baptiste Lacroix to George Atkinson.
F. (1449) February 20, 1821 land transfer from Antoine Senecal to Antoine Sicard.
G. (Book 6) Land survey book that started in the 1790s, but most entries are between 1821-23.
V. 1823-28
A. (1453) August 2, 1823 certification by Joseph Latour that the land Antoine Sicard bought to Antoine Senecal was to be returned to Senecal.
B. (1454) December 27, 1823 land transfer from Antoine Sicard to LeClaire.
C. (1455) December 27, 1823 land transfer from Antoine Sicard to LeClaire.  This land transfer appears to be about a different piece of land than that involved in the above land transfer.
D. (1461) February 2, 1824 land transfer from Andre Jourdin to LeClaire.
E. (1464) March 2, 1825 land transfer from Jean Baptiste Dauphin to LeClaire.
F. (1465) March 21, 1825 land transfer from Abrame Dumons and his wife, Celeste Pety, to Joseph Lisville.
G. (1467) September 17, 1828 land transfer from Joseph Loisse and his wife, Marie Pety, to Joseph Graveline.
 
Legal Records
I. 1700s
A. (1369) The 1780 marriage contract between Joseph LaPierre and Rosalie Olivier.  The contract explained their financial obligations entering into the marriage and in the event of one of them dying.  The marriage took place in St. Louis, Illinois.
B. (1370) This document has a baptism certificate from 1791 for Michel LePailleur and a certification for John Reid to act as a Pronotary of the Court of the King's Bench for 1811.
II. 1811-20
A. (1402) April 19, 1811.  These are the rules citizens of Portage de Sioux must follow in order to be a member of the community.  The amount of fines for failing to follow each rule is also spelled out.
B. (1415) June 25, 1814 document that gave F.A. LeClaire the power of attorney for F. Lesieur.
C. (1416) September 19, 1814.  There are two parts to this document.
1. Michael LePailleur put up a piece of land as collateral for the debt he owed Louis Crawford.
2. Michael Lapailleur gave Louis Crawford power of attorney.
D. (1438) The 1818 baptism certificate for Narcisse Lepayeur.
E. (1447) This is the September 6, 1820 marriage contract between LeClaire and Marguerite.  The contract explained their financial obligations entering into the marriage and in the event of one of them dying.  The marriage took place at Portage de Sioux.
III. 1821-29
A. Victorie Blondeau Roy's 1821 last will and testament in which she leaves her land to her daughter Marguerite LeClaire.
B. (1462) The 1824 last will and testament of Joseph Graveline.
C. (1466) July 18, 1826 transfer of guardianship over Michael Martin from Louis Liberage to LeClaire.
D. (1468) March 22.  The 1829 last will and testament of Batis Solos or Salos Batis.
E. (1469) May 9, 1829 transfer of property from Joseph Graveline to Mrs. Charles Martineau.  The property consisted of animals, furniture, kitchen utensils, etc.
 
Correspondence
I. 1811-20
A. (1400) February 26, 1811 from the St. Louis Indian Agent Thomas Forsyth to F.A. LeClaire.  Forsyth explained that he sent most of what F.A. ordered he gave to his eldest son Francois (LeClaire's brother), but was short on earrings.
B. (1401) September 7, 1811 from a J. Laleine to an unknown party.  Laleine explained that he had received the money the unknown person had sent him and that the horses the unknown person had bought were on their way.
C. (1422) February 4, 1816 to the Potawatomie Indian tribe.  The writer answered the Potawatomie objection to land surveying being done on land that they claimed was theirs and not part of the land the Sioux and Foxes gave to the United States in 1804.  The writer stated he sent word to the President for a decision and that the Potawatomie were not to interfere with the land surveyors, but there would be no building on the land until the dispute was settled.
D. (1431) February 22, 1818 from Thomas Forsyth to LeClaire.  Forsyth informed LeClaire that he had arrived in Washington and gave the necessary paperwork to the proper individuals to see if Congress would pay their claims for loses at Peoria.  Forsyth also said what the outcome of the Mr. Julien and Mr. Blondeau's claim was and that Antoine Chouteau was commissioned to buy Indian land.
E. (1432) March 29, 1818 from Thomas Forsyth to LeClaire.  Forsyth told LeClaire that Congress had not accepted their claims for loses they had at Peoria.
F. (1433) October 16, 1818 from Thomas Forsyth to LeClaire.  Forsyth told LeClaire he can have some whiskey that was heading downriver.  Forsyth said that he sent LeClaire some of his order and asked if he needed anything more.
G. (1444) May 9, 1819 from LeClaire to a Mr. Wasch.  LeClaire informed Wasch that he had witnesses to could back his claim to a piece of land that LeClaire and Mathieu Saucier both claimed ownership of.
H. (1443) This letter appears to be a draft of the previous letter.
II. 1821-43
A. (1471) January 12, 1832 from Ed Brishnell to LeClaire that requested supplies to be sent as soon as possible.
B. (1474) June 15, 1840 from Antoine Lefaivre to LeClaire.  Lefaivre asked if LeClaire could give him money LeFaivre was to get through an inheritance in advance, because he had fallen on hard times.
C. (1473) This letter is very illegible.  The most that can be understood is that it is about the banknotes on the account of a Dr. Emerson for his land.
D. (1478) October 30, 1843 from Antoine Lefaivre to LeClaire.  Lefaivre said that LeClaire's father owed him money and Lefaivre knew that the estate had enough to pay off all liabilities.  Lefaivre asked for his money owed to him.
III. Not Dated
 A. (1379) May 27, 18?? from Sam Solomon to LeClaire which requested LeClaire deliver Solomon's horse to him.
 
Family Letters
I. 1825-50
A. (1463) February 6, 1825 from a Emilie Vincent to her brothers Charles and Francis.  She explained changes that have taken place in the local court that will affect a lawsuit against them by a Bartans.  She also tells them some local news.  The letter was sent from Cahokia, IL, near where the Illinois River joins the Mississippi.
B. (1476) May 23, 1843 from a Francis Poujol to LeClaire's brother Alexis LeClaire.  Francis stated that the family talk was that Alexis was verbally abusing his wife Marie, Francis' sister.  Francis dismissed it as family gossip, but deliberately mentioned it, almost as if he wanted to see what Alexis' reaction would be.
C. (1479) June 24, 1844 from LeClaire to his brother Alexis.  LeClaire stated that he had been ill for the last week and that he rarely writes in French anymore.
D. (1480) July 24, 1844 from LeClaire to his brother Alexis.  LeClaire noted that a Louis Lefaivre paid him off with work.  He also mentions Louis LeClaire (nephew) who eventually became administrator of LeClaire's estate.
II. 1851-64
A. (1481) June 22, 1857 from Louis Hebert (nephew) to LeClaire.  Louis thanked his uncle for offering to lend him money to purchase land.
B. (1482) September, 1863 unknown from whom to whom.  The letter is in French and there currently is no translation.  It appears to be written to Marguerite LeClaire.
C. (1483) October 30, 1863 from Etienne Bienvence (nephew) to Marguerite.  Etienne updated Marguerite on what happened to members of the family.
D. (1484) August 7, 1864 from F.A. Perrier (nephew) to Marguerite.  F.A. updated Marguerite on what happened to family members and asked whether she planned to continue her annual visits.
 
Printed Materials & Ephemera
I. 1799-1803
A. (1383) A note concerning an apportionment established and granted in 1799 and a petition for the apportionment in 1803.  What the apportionment is for is unclear.
 
 
LECLAIRE - NOTES
 
I. LeClaire Family Genealogy (partial family tree)
 
II. Notes on the papers in LeClaire's old desk donated to the Davenport Academy of Natural Sciences by LeClaire's nephew Antoine J. LeClaire in the 1870s.  This was how some of the papers of the LeClaire collection came into the possession of the Putnam Museum.
A. Joseph Duncan Putnam's notes on the LeClaire Papers found in LeClaire's desk.
B. A less detailed list of some of the papers found in LeClaire's desk.
C. Photographs of the list of the LeClaire Papers from LeClaire's desk.  This list is a less detailed version of Joseph Duncan Putnam's list of notes on the same papers.
D. Correspondence from George L. Davenport that listed important documents belonging to LeClaire that were donated to the Davenport Academy of Natural Sciences after his death.
 
III. Historical Papers of Early Davenport
A. This is a detailed, numbered list of 321 documents of the LeClaire collection.  It is unclear why this list was done.
B. Two photographs of two April, 1936 Democrat photographs.
  1. Original Plat of Davenport.
  2. LeClaire's first addition to Davenport.
 
IV. Mary M. Kinnavey's 1918 Master's Thesis "Antoine LeClaire and the 
Beginnings of Davenport".
 
V. Historic Davenport.  This collection is made up of short descriptions of the
following subjects for Hill and Fredericks, Mortuary.

A. Antoine LeClaire
B. The Grant of Land
C. Fort Armstrong
D. The Claim House
E. The Treaty House
F. A City is Born
G. Sale of Lots
H. The River
I. Credit Island
J. The Ferry
K. A.W. McGregor
L. Early Steamboats
M. D.C. Eldridge
N. The First Children
O. A Girl Does Her Part
P. The First Hotel
Q. Business Begins
R. First Catholic Church
S. Father L.A.M. Pelamorgues
T. First Protestant Churches
U. The First Doctors
V. Buffalo
W. Culture Begins
X. LeClaire Hotel
Y. The First Newspaper
Z. Early Schools
AA. James Thorington

 
VI. Mid 1960s-early 1970s display of LeClaire's Papers
 A. Putnam Museum map showing where the documents were displayed.
 B. List of the papers that were on display.  Each document is listed by number on a separate sheet of paper.
 
V. Wisconsin Historical Collections
A. Lyman C. Draper's fragmentary notes about LeClaire, his father Francois Antoine LeClaire and his brother Francois LeClaire.
 
LeClaire - Philip Chouteau Collection
I. Photocopies of documents from the Missouri Historical Society Chouteau Collection connected to LeClaire.
 
A. Francois Antoine LeClaire (LeClaire's father)
1. Bill for F.A. LeClaire's services as Indian Interpreter from January 1, to June 30, 1820 and the July 30, 1820 receipt that confirmed F.A. LeClaire was paid for his services.
2. Bill for F.A. LeClaire's services as Indian Interpreter from July 1, to October 1, 1820 and the December 8, 1820 receipt that confirmed F.A. LeClaire was paid for his services.
3. Bill for F.A. LeClaire's services as Indian Interpreter from April 1, to August 31, 1822 and the September 15, 1822 receipt that confirmed F.A. LeClaire was paid for his services.
 
B. LeClaire - Financial Records
1. Bill for LeClaire's services as Indian Interpreter from March 1, to June 1, 1826 and the June 20, 1826 receipt that confirmed LeClaire was paid for his services.
2. May 31, 1828 bill for LeClaire's services as Indian Interpreter for the quarter just ended and the May 31, 1828 receipt that confirmed LeClaire was paid for his services.
 
C. LeClaire - Correspondence
1. July 7, 1833 from LeClaire to Mr. Sarpie.  LeClaire asked Sarpie to fill LeClaire's order for lumber for him as soon as possible and send it by steamboat.
2. August 20, 1833 from LeClaire to Mr. Sarpie.  LeClaire asked Sarpie to send him shingles on the first steamboat headed to Rock Island.
3. March 28, 1837 from LeClaire to Pratte, Chouteau and Co.  LeClaire asked them to pay Louis Lapage an order LeClaire drew on them and to present the order to George Davenport, and LeClaire wished to pay the same.
 
D. Francois LeClaire (LeClaire's brother)
1. October 2, 1828 receipt from Thomas Forsyth that confirmed Francois and LeClaire were paid for transporting horses for Noel Mongraine.
 
SUBJECT HEADINGS
 
Boats & Boating--Riverboats
Business & Industry--Real Estate & Surveying
Law & Law Enforcement
 
 
INVENTORY
 
Putnam/Grant/LeClaire Collection - Schwerdtfegen Donation - 1999-121
 
Scope Notes:
 
Folder 1 - 13:  Correspondence between mainly William Clement (Clem) and his mother and siblings, 1880s - 1900, mostly 1880s.
 
 Folders 14, 16, 16B, 17, 17B:  Correspondence related to Judge James Grant law practice, 1861 plus a few items dated 1880-1892. 
 
Folder 14:  Checks paid by the estate of Antoine LeClaire, 1861-69, 1878.
 
 
Folder 1 - Correspondence to W. C. Putnam, 1901
•             Letter from H. S. (with envelope), 1901
 
Folder 2 - Correspondence to W. C. Putnam, 1900
•             Postcard from S. F. Smith, Oct. 4, 1900
•             Telegram to W. W. from B. R., Nov. 14, 1900
 
Folder 3: Correspondence to W. C. Putnam, 1898-1897
•             Telegram from H. S., Jan. 18, 1898, re: “served warrant begged off written promise to keep quiet all bluff
•             Telegram from H. S., Jan. 17, 1898, re: concerns arrest of unknown individual
•             Telegram from H. S., Jan. 17, 1898, re: threats to extort money causes need for warrant
•             Envelope from the Reliance Collection Co., Dec. 1897
•             Letter and envelope from Mary, Oct 3, ?, re: trip of Judge John R. and W. C.’s mother to Europe
•             Letter and envelope from B. R. (brother), Sept. 23, 1897, re: arrival in Union Bay, BC
•             Letter and envelope from Bessie (sister), Sept. 8, 1897, re: trip, request for book? Rome; hotel stationary
•             Letter and envelope from Bessie, April 30, 1897, re: purchase of watercolors; loan Mrs. McGee $100; summering in Paris
•             Letter and envelope from Edward K. (brother), Jan. 12, 1897, re: settlement of Aunt Mary’s estate; mortgage in Viele property; funding of year long stay in Europe
•             Telegram from Charles N., Aug 3, 1897, re: demanding money “on your life”
 
Folder 4 - Correspondence to W. C. Putnam, 1890
•             Card with envelope announcing commencement exercises, June 17, 1890
•             Letter with envelope from George R., July 25, 1890, re: recounting travels in Utah, Idaho, Montana
•             Letter with envelope from Aunt Julia, July 21, 1890, personal thoughts
•             Letter from Benjamin R., July 23, 1890, re: announcing time of arrival by train
•             Letter with envelope from Benjamin R., July 19, 1890, re: return to Davenport, assisting Aunt Julia; concern about Newcomb affair
•             Postcard from Wilson, Sept 10, 1890, re: announcing arrival in Oxford; going to bed supperless and sleeping poorly, concerned about missing train
•             Postcard from George, July 14, 1890, re: announcing travel plans; where to send letters; mark letters “U.S. Coast Survey”
•             Postcard from George, July 16, 1890, re directing where to send letters and travel plans
•             Letter with envelope from Benjamin, July 10, 1890, re: stay in Jacksonville, IL, with Aunt Julia and return to Davenport to work or “loaf”
•             Letter with envelope from George from Salt Lake City, July 9, 1890, re: describing travels; request for $40
•             Postcard from George? in Council Bluff, IA, July 8, 1890, re: payment for delivery of trunk and valise
•             Postcard from George in Jacksonville, IL, June 25, 1890, re: announcing arrival in Davenport following day
•             Letter and receipt with envelope from George, June 22, 1890, re: possible travel plans to west with stop in Davenport, receipt for books sent.
•             Invitation and envelope with business card from George, June 17, 18, 19, 1890, re: commencement from Rose Polytechnic Institute
•             Letter with envelope from George R., June 15, 1890, re: asking for money for himself and brother Ben and plans for future after graduation
•             Letter with envelope from Edward, June 7, 1890, re: summer plans
•             Letter with envelope from Edward, June 3, 1890, re: summer job in Lake Geneva, waiting on tables with college friends
•             Letter with envelope from Aunt Julia, June 1890, re: invitation to visit and local information
•             Telegram with envelope from Mrs. E. P. Kirby, 1890, re: invitation to come to picnic and stay
•             Telegram from Mrs. P. Kirby, June 6, 1890, re: picnic, requesting answer to invitation
•             Letter with envelope from George R., May 24, 1890, re: sample material for suit; job offer, job? for brother Ben
•             Letter with envelope from Charles, May 22, 1890, re: asking for letter from mother; and life in Denver
•             Letter with envelope on business stationery from St. Clair, April 24, 1890, re: brief letter, work, having canoe built
•             Letter with envelope from George, May 16, 1890, re: request for cash; update on work and plans
•             Letter with envelope from St. Clair, March 28, 1890, re: from Fremont, Ohio, update on work
•             Letter with envelope from B. R., March 23, 1890, re: personal letter, life at school
•             Envelope addressed to W. C., March 27, 1890, postmarked Cincinnati, Ohio
•             Letter with envelope from E. K., March 22, 1890, also included “order of exercises” of Phi Alpha - Literary Society of Illinois College - letter acknowledges receipt of $50 and job hunting for summer
•             Letter with envelope from Edward K., March 15, 1890, re: request for money for cataract treatment; looking for summer employment, mentions note from Mother’s travels in Italy
•             Letter with envelope from George R., March 9, 1890, re: request for money for trip to Cincinnati for school work and updating on activities
•             Letter with envelope from St. Clair, Feb. 21, 1890, re: explanation of criticism made of colleage
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Feb. 12, 1890, re: request for money, hoping for employment after graduation, had flu
•             Letter with envelope from J. Duncan, Feb. 9, 1890, re: request for birth dates for brother and sister-in-law; personal comment
•             Letter with envelope and photograph of St. Clair from St. Clair, Feb. 4, 1890, re: attending funeral of notable person of Fremont, Ohio; complain of Richmond
•             Letter with envelope from Edward K., Jan. 22, 1890, re: acknowledging receipt of money, letter from Mother and Bessie’s European travels
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Jan. 12, 1890, re: request for money for college; weather related observations and future plans
 
Folder 5: Correspondence to W. C. Putnam, 1892
•             Envelope from Detroit Tribune, August 6, 1892
•             Envelope from Hodge and Homer and Co., Chicago, August 18, 1892
 
Folder 6: Correspondence to W. C. Putnam, 1893
•             Front of envelope from the Hardware Board of Trade, New York City, July 24, 1893
•             Letter with envelope from George R., August 8, 1893, re: Acknowledged draft; working conditions in Cincinnati and wish that Ben could come to help
•             Envelope from George R., Oct. 10, 1893
 
Folder 7: 1894
•             Envelope addressed to Charles E. from Wm. Blair & Co., Chicago, December 22, 1894
•             Letter with envelope from St. Clair to W. C., May 21, 1894, re: money owed, living accommodations, and work situation
•             Envelope addressed to W. C. from Emlin McClain, Iowa City, December 4, 1884
 
Folder 8: Correspondence to W. C. Putnam, 1889
•             Letter with envelope from H. S., Jan. 15, 1889, re: draft of $25 and work schedule
•             Letter with envelope from Charles, Jan. 7, 1889, re: job transfer to Denver, Co.
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Jan. 25, 1889, re: school plans; roommate moving out; social life
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Feb. 3, 1889, re: request for $35 and summer plans
•             Letter with envelope from George R., March 1, 1889, re: request for $35
•             Letter with envelope from Edward K., March 18, 1889, re: request for $25; family gone, keeping house - desire to be busy during summer
•             Letter with envelope from St. Clair, March 25, 1889, re: request to send negative and condition of business
•             Letter with envelope from George R., March 28, 1889, re: request for money, school and social events
•             Letter with envelope from Bessie, April 21, 1889, re: social activities
•             Letter with envelope from Mother, April 24, 1889, re:  social activities and plans
•             Letter with envelope from Mother, April 30, 1889, re: acknowledges receipt of money; complaining about St. Clair’s smoking and cough; various social activities
•             Letter with envelope from Mother, May 10, 1889, re: family activities
•             Letter with envelope from Edward, May 24, 1889, re: request for $20; and Bessie’s visit
•             Letter with envelope from Edward, Sept. 27, 1889, re: request for $80 - 100; mention of letter from Mother
•             Letter with envelope from George, Sept. 28, 1889, re: plans for study; Ben’s work - sharing rooms; living away from family
•             Letter with envelope from St. Clair, Oct. 3, 1889, re: letter to brother; state of business and job; complaining strongly of “Richmond,” asks for Mother & Bessie’s London address
•             Letter with envelope from Edward, Oct. 5, 1889, re: acknowledgment of receipt of money; receipt of Mother’s letter
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Oct. 10, 1889, re: request for money for rent; request for astronomy book from home and mentioning Mother & Bessie on trip to London
•             Letter with envelope from St. Clair, Oct. 18, 1889, re: request for info on files W. C. has in office so St. Clair can purchase same; inquiry about communication from Mother
•             Letter with envelope from Ben, Oct. 19, 1889, re: school work and social activities
•             Letter with envelope from Aunt Hattie and Uncle Joe Duncan, Nov. 27, 1889, re: general commentary on family
•             Letter with envelope from St. Clair, Nov. 15, 1889, re: forwarded letter from Mother (not included); salary increase; working conditions
•             Letter with envelope from Edward K., Nov. 9, 1889, re: request for money; mention of Mother & Bessie’s trip
•             Letter with envelope from Charles, Nov. 7, 1889, re: passing on letters from Mother; wrote of being ill - as a result of stopping smoking
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Nov. 10, 1889, Terre Haute, IN, re: request for money for self and Ben; acknowledged receipt of books, acknowledged election of Democratic Governor in Iowa and receipt letter from Mother & Bessie in Paris
•             Letter with envelope from Aunt Julia, ? 13, 1889, re: newsy letter about Mother & Julie and invitation to visit
•             Letter with envelope from Edward K., November 18, 1889, re: acknowledges receipt of money; briefly mentions school subjects & Mother and Bessie’s trip in Holland and Belgium
•             Letter with envelope from Uncle J. Duncan, November 19, 1889, re: encloses letter from Mother (not included) and invites W.C. to visit for holidays
•             Letter with envelope from St. Clair, Dec. 5, 1889, re: unable to print cards requested by W. C. and suggested getting them printed elsewhere, social activities prior to Thanksgiving
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Dec. 5, 1889, re: request for $80 for himself & Ben, acknowledges receipt of magazines, plans for vacation, newsy family information
•             Letter with envelope from Edward K., Dec. 16, 1889, re: request for $50 for tuition & expenses; looking forward to Christmas holidays & hoping for visit with brothers and Aunt Julia
•             Letter with envelope from Aunt Julia, Dec. 20, 1889, re: her illness but still encouraging W. C. to visit
•             Letter with envelope from B. R., Dec. 23, 1889, re: end of term at Rose Polytechnic Institute, school grades; pre-holiday quiet; holiday greetings
•             “At home” card and envelope from Mrs. J. Duncan (Aunt Hattie), Dec. 27, 1889, re: “At home” on Jan. 1, 1890
•             Letter with envelope from Mother, Dec. 29, 1889, re: “bread & butter” letter, letter about “goings on” of family and friends
•             Daily Journal obituary for Dr. David Prince, Dec. 20, 1889
 
Folder 9 Correspondence to W. C. Putnam, 1888
•             postcard from Mother, Nov. 11, 1888, re: Bessie & Mother leaving for ?
•             Letter with envelope from Bessie, Oct. 20, 1888, re: detailing activities in New York
•             Letter with envelope - envelope addressed to Clement, letter addressed to Ben, Oct. 21, 1888, “gossipy” letter re: family & friends
•             2 letters with envelope and telegram from Bessie & Mother, Oct. 6 & 8, 1888, a) telegram - to Bessie from John R. - wife ill, do not come for visit; b) letter to Mother from Bess, discussing travel plans; c) above (a&b) sent by Mother, discusses family matters
•             Letter with envelope from Edward K., Nov. 13, 1888, re: request for $15; Mother & Bessie’s visit; studies going fine
•             Letter with envelope from Bessie, Oct. 26, 1888, re: travel plans, returns draft $15 (not included)
•             Letter with envelope from Mother, Oct. 27, 1888, re: quoting letter from Bessie
•             Letter with envelope from Bessie, Sept. 2, 1888, includes letter from friend Susie to Bessie - looking forward to Bessie’s visit & plans.  Letter from Bessie, re: discusses experience traveling in east
•             Letter with envelope from Mother, Oct. 30, 1888, re: real estate transactions; included in envelope was letter from Bessie to Mother re: travel plans & itinerary
•             Letter with envelope from Elizabeth/Bessie, Nov. 4, 1888, re: newsy letter about her trip in east & plans on returning home
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Oct. 3, 1888, re: making suit, politics at college
•             Envelope with 3 letters, a) to Bessie from Lillie Duncan (cousin), Oct. 8, announcing wedding plans; and plans for visit of Bessie; b) from Mother to W. C., Oct. 12, re: family matters & activities; c) to niece from ? probably John R., Oct. 7, re: wife’s illness and visit of niece and his court (Supreme Count of New York) schedule
•             Letter with envelope from Lillie Duncan Baxter16, 1888, re: letter of thanks for gift and mention of Bessie’s visit
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Nov. 6, 1888, appreciation for handling business for George, also request for affidavit to prove George R. is not able to vote in Davenport as his first vote was challenged at poll
•             Letter with envelope from Mother, Sept. 26, 1888, re: family matters & relationships
•             Letter with envelope from Bessie, Oct. 8, 1888, re: her activities in New York & plans for other travels making Aunt Mary unhappy
•             Letter with envelope from H. S., Aug. 22, 1888, acknowledgment of receipt of deed; working relations on job
•             Letter with envelope from H. S., Nov. 10, 1888, typed, re: his business affairs, stock options and request for salary increase & difficulties in handling same
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Sept. 18, 1888, re: request for money, request to W. C. “to be polite” to a Capt. Shannon, who will visit relatives in Davenport and may stop to see W. C.
•             Postcard from George R., Jan. 18, 1888, re: reminder to send check for tuition promptly
•             Letter with envelope from H. S., Oct. 8, 1888, re: still waiting to hear on income amount that is dependent on Richmond; questions balance he owes Clem; Bessie’s travels
•             Letter from Bessie, Sept. 23, 1888, re: travels doing “world of good” (health), social activities
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Nov. 3, 1888, re: receipt of money and suit; social activities, wanting to vote and hoping Bessie will pass through Terre Haute
•             Letter with envelope from H. S., July 31, 1888, re: enclosed draft of $100 and acknowledged Mother’s letter
•             Letter with envelope from St. Clair, Aug. 9, 1888, re: frustrations of job & selling piece of real estate locally
•             Postcard from Elizabeth D., Sept, 25, 1888, re: box sent to Mother; visit in New Milford, CT
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Sept 22, 1888, re: acknowledges money sent; difficulties at school; need for new suit
•             Letter with envelope from H. S., July 28, 1888, acknowledges money sent; difficulties with Electric Co.,; Mother’s accident
•             Assignment of Mortgage from George R. to Mother Mary Louisa Duncan. Executed by George R., Nov. 3, 1888
•             Letter with envelope from H. S., Aug. 1, 1888, re: possibility of changing jobs; work situation at present, employment with possibility of salary increase
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Oct. 19, 1888, re: acknowledges receipt of money; need for more; distaste for borrowing money; classes at university; started fraternity with friends - need for suit
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Nov. 23, 1888, re: need for more money; question about voting privileges, and no need to send affidavit; corresponding with other schools
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Dec. 16, 1888, re: request for more money; travels home for Christmas; exams; winter weather; and suggestion from St. Clair not to transfer schools following year
•             2 letters with 1 envelope: a) from Bessie, Oct. 18, 1888, re: plans to go to wedding in Washington; arranging train travel; visits to New York City from Tarrytown; anxious to return home. b) from cousin Lillie, Oct 17, 1888, re: expressing pleasure in Bessie’s visit; crowded at house; come by cab instead of carriage
•             Two letter with envelope a) to Bessie from George R., Nov. 6, 1888, re: asking Bessie to come visit in Terre Haute and suggestions as to travel plans; b) to Mother from Bessie, Nov. 7, 1888, re: visit to Cincinnati and visit to see George in Terre Haute.
•             Letter with envelope from Mother, Oct. 24, 1888, re: travel plans to visit Julia; real estate transactions
•             2 letters with envelope from Mother, Oct. 3, 1888, re: family activities
•             Letter with envelope from George R., Oct. 16, 1888, re: request for tuition $35, need for dress suit, difficulty to vote in Terre Haute as students
•             2 letters in same envelope a) from Mother, Oct. 29, 1888, re: real estate deal explaining to W. C., planting trees on property, family activities & gossip; b) from Bessie to Mother, Oct. 26, 1888, re: expressing frustration with Aunt Mary (Uncle Ed) in no allowing Bessie some freedom to be on her own - always having to have chaperone
 
Folder 10 - 1886
Envelope only addressed to Putnam & Rogers attorneys-at-law from E. E. Parmenter atty-at-law, Rock Island, dated May 19, 1886
 
Folder 11 - 1884
•             Postcard addressed to Messrs Putnam & Rogers attys-at-law (no message, no date)
•             Letter with envelope from W. Hanchett (friend) to W. C., Jan. 3, 1884, re: practicing attorney wants to share practice with W. C. or else asks for suggestions to locate in a town of 10-15,000 with probability of growth
 
Folder 12 - Correspondence to W. C. Putnam, 1883
•             Letter with envelope from attorney E. B. Moore (Moore & Jones), Corning, IA, July 5, 1883, re: photograph sent and reason for delay - settling into law practice which includes brother-in-law, successful in 2 or 3 cases
•             Postcard from E. W. Drake(?), Nov. 23, 1883, re: note of his locating in Wakefield, NE.
•             Letter with envelope from Mother, Sept, 23, 1883, re: family gossip
•             Wedding announcement with envelope, Sept. 6, 1883, for Frank R. Hanchett and Lillian L. Scott, Kaneville, IL
•             Letter with envelope from W. J. Moore (classmate) “Lawyer and Notary Public,” Oct. 27, 1883, re: writing of location, legal practice, wishing to keep in touch with classmates
•             Letter with envelope from Aunt Mary, Dec. 9, 1883, condolence letter (writing largely illegible), refers to death of ?  an extraordinary man, who has bad eyesight and needed to be read to - meant a lot to Bessie
 
Folder 13 - incomplete dates
•             Letter with envelope from “WHM” Mr. Mulberry to Charles E., Feb. 2, 1880, re: acknowledging receipt of pass; writes of itinerary in speaking engagements; volunteering to lecture in Rock Island/Moline if Mary (Mrs. Putnam) can arrange
•             Postcard from New York Tribune, Sept. 7, 187?, reminder for payment for subscription to paper for year
•             Letter with envelope from Aunt Mary to W. C., Aug. 9, ??, re: acknowledges receipt of photo; hopes he can come for Bessie; writes of husband’s health (81 & feeble), concerned about Bessie’s future; asks after family and wishes her temperament was more like his Mother’s
•             Postcard from ?? in Maquoketa to W. C., Aug. 20, ??, re: announcing arrival to get provisions - traveling on to Savannah - then steamboat to LaCrosse and then to Portage, WI; asks for $15, and invites Edd? to meet him in Savannah and travel with him
•             Postcard to W. C. from Mother, Sept. 25, ?, re: traveling, missed “accommodation” train - visit with Aunt Julia, pleasant visit, nice weather, asks to have letters sent to her
•             Letter with envelope from Mother to W. C., Apr. 19, ?, re: arrival in Chicago and visit with Aunt Julia, needs to get “things” for house, had glasses fixed, “no need to sent any money”
•             Letter with envelope from Uncle J. Duncan in Chicago to W. C., Mar. 11, ?, encloses some letters from Europe (sender unknown, not included in envelope) asks for names of brothers and sisters? or wives? and dates of their births
•             Envelope only addressed to Messrs. Putnam & Rogers, Aug. 30, ?, part of front of envelope, from St. Louis, MO, no date
•             Envelope only typewritten address to Mrs. C. E. Putnam, dated Jan. 3, ?, Chicago, IL
•             Envelope only to Chas. E. Putnam, April 23, ?, “private communication”
•             Envelope only to W. C. possibly from Bessie, Sept. 24, ?,
•             Envelope only to W. C. from George R. in Fremont, OH, Oct. 8, ?,
•             Envelope only to Chas. E., postmarked Feb. 24, 1884, from Letterkenny
•             Envelope only to Chas. E., postmarked Jacksonville, June 4, 1881
•             Envelope only to W. C., postmarked June 14, ?, Terre Haute, IN
•             Envelope only to W. C., postmarked Dec. 5, ?, Chicago, Arbuckles Coffee
•             2 Western Union Envelopes addressed to W. C., no date
•             Envelope only printed by machine to Chas. Hofman & Co. Wholesale Dealers in Cigars & Tobacco, St. Louis, MO
•             54 partial checks - some endorsed, to various people and companies
 
Folder 14 - Judge James Grant
•             Envelope only to James Grant, Atty, Davenport, postmarked St. Louis, Feb. 10, 1861
•             Envelope only to James Grant, postmarked Boston, MA, Feb. 12, ?
•             Envelope only to Grant & Smith, Attys at Law, postmark Iowa City, IA, Feb. 9, 1861
•             Envelope only to James Grant, postmarked Chicago, IL, Feb. 11, ?
•             Envelope only to Grant & Smith, postmark, New York, Feb. 13, 1861
•             Envelope only to Grant & Smith, postmark LeClaire, Feb. 12, ?
•             Envelope only to Grant & Smith, postmark Vinton, IA, from J. H. Shutts, real estate agent, Feb. 13, ?
•             Envelope only to Grant & Smith, postmark Alton, IL, from Genl. Insurance Agency (L&GS Kellenberger - Alton, IL), no date
•             Envelope only to Grant & Smith, Feb. 15, 1861
•             Top right corner of envelope, Fort Lewis, Co., postmark, May 12, 1886
•             Flap of envelope only, Oct. 21,?
•             Upper right part of envelope with stamp and name “Putnam” only, no date
•             Front part of envelope only, to Putnam & Putnam, Chicago postmark, from “School Supplies,” Encyclopedia Britannica, Nov. 22, 1889
•             Envelope only to James Grant, postmark Skaneateles, New York, Feb. 16, ?
•             Envelope only to James Grant, postmark Grand View, IA, Feb. 16, ?
•             Envelope only to James Grant, postmark New York, return on flap - Woodruff & Co., Commission Merchants, Feb. 17, ?
•             Envelope only to James Grant, postmark Boonesboro, IA, Feb. ?, ?
•             Envelope only to James Grant, postmark Chicago, IL, Feb 20, ?
•             Envelope only to Messrs Grant & Smith, Feb. 21, 1881
•             Envelope only to Messrs Grant & Smith, Feb. 21, 1861, postmark Muscatine, IA
•             Envelope only to James Grant, Feb, 25, ?, postmark Chicago
•             Envelope only to James Grant, Feb. 27, ?, postmark Pennsylvania
•             Envelope only to James Grant, Feb. 27, ?, postmark Skaneateles, NY
•             Pages 91 and 92 of cash accounts
•             Receipt - Mar. 22 through Sept. 11, 1860, for money, L. S. Viele
•             Letter to James Grant from Office of Supreme Court, Wash’n City, Jan. 31, 1861, re: “enclose opinion as requested,” cost and payment
•             Letter only to James Grant from Attnys Mackey and Bradley in Iowa City, Feb. 1, 1861, re: delay in court case and need to know fee so payment can be made
•             Letter only to James Grant from Arthur Rogers, Salem, ?, Feb. 1, 1861, re: trying to make a deal with J. Grant regarding debt over some property - willing to pay half of original amount and close matter
•             Letter to James Grant from Laurel ?, sent from LeClaire, Feb. 2, 1861, asks to send deputies to various Iowa counties
•             Envelope only to Messrs. Grant & Smith, postmark New York, Feb. 5, 1861
•             Letter only to Messrs. Grant & Smith, Feb. 4, 1861, from New York, re: acknowledges receipt of earlier correspondence, mentions on note of $958.90 that was due that day and found to have “no funds,” wanted to pass on this information “in reference to the collateral”
•             Letter with envelope to James Grant from Fentin, ? Co., postmark New York, Feb. 4, 1861, re: note with insufficient funds - will retain not until they hear form J. Grant, concern about payment
•             Letter to James Grant, postmark Brooklyn, IA, Feb. 5, 1861, re: omission in court papers, traveling on snowy roads, traveling disagreeable, wrote letter in Montezuma, IA
•             Letter with envelope to James Grant, from John O’Say---, Feb. 5, 1861, re: questions attention to some unidentified legal matter
•             Letter to James Grant from Rush Clark, Marengo, Feb. 5, 1861, re: disposition of legal matter “please leave the adjustment of the difficulty to me”
•             Letter to James Grant from State Historical Society of Iowa W. Reynolds - corresponding secretary, Feb. 6, 1861, thanks him for “valued photograph” on behalf of the Board of Curators
•             Letter to Grant & Smith from J. Thompson, Iowa City, Feb. 6, 1861, re: summons in court case and request for payment of fee.
•             Letter (very fragile) to Grant & Smith, St. Louis postmark, Feb. 6, 1861, re: hearing on case and asking for result of hearing so can advise his attorney
•             Letter, to Grant and Smith, Iowa City postmark, Feb. 6, 1861, re: sending of notice to have served upon Eb. Cook, asks to have notice served promptly from Clark & Brown?
•             Letter with envelope to James Grant from ? Bee---, postmark Evansville, Feb. 7, 1861, re: sale of Buffalo lots and circumstances surrounding transaction
•             Letter to Grant & Smith from L. B. Nelson, Office of Recorder & Treasurer, Tama City, IA, Feb. 4, 1861, re: listing taxes for land described in earlier communication, $6.25 for taxes and $1 for commission, tax receipt will be forwarded upon receipt of $7.25
•             Letter to Grant & Smith from Clark & B---?, Iowa City, Feb. 8, 1861, re: notice sent earlier (to be served on Eb. Cook) was wrong - sent corrected notice to above requesting it to be served promptly and then sent back to Iowa City, also “we will be good for shipping fees”
•             Letter to James Grant from Laurel Summers, Feb. 8, 1861, re: requesting him to pay marshal’s fees to sender in case of Diggs? vs. Johnson County, “will settle with Thompson”
•             Letter to Grant & Smith from Mackey & Bradley, Iowa City, Feb. 8, 1861, re: no evidence of serving of notice; enclosed original notice (not included)
•             Letter to Grant & Smith from Clark & B---?, Office of E. S. Express Co. stationery, Feb. 9, 1861, re: received $2600 on account of court case ---- vs. Johnson County, and sending same to Grant & Smith
•             Letter to James Grant from A. S. Robinson, Bank of State of Missouri, St. Louis, Feb. 8, 1861, re: requesting bank book of Capt. Bessie, to be sent to St. Louis, then bank can furnish Grant with info, “presence of bank book is indispensable for the examination”
•             Letter (faded) to James Grant from Emily Grant, Feb. 10, 1861, re: a mortgage, raising money and Grant attending court
•             Letter to James Grant from E. Dusenbury, Attorney, New York, Feb. 9, 1861, re: legal matters of Keokuk & Des Moines Railroad Co.
•             Letter to James Grant from Laurel Summers, LeClaire, IA, Feb. 7, 1861, re: enclosed summons (not included) served by Louis Thompson “if service and return are not right, please suggest to Mr. T. such changes you may deem necessary.”
•             Letter with envelope to James Grant from Comstock & Co. (W. Emery) Quincy, IL, Feb. 9, 1861, re: enclosed bond as requested (not included)
•             Letter to James Grant from C. M. Hawley, Chicago, Feb. 12, 1861, re: taking deposition in Ruble case - but story was changed money owed by Ruble, problems having to do with property and creditors, asking if question can be asked “under your laws.  Please inform me at once”
•             Letter to James Grant from J. H. Shutts, General Land Agent, Vinton, Benton County, IA, Feb. 12, 1861, re: informing Grant that tax has been paid on a particular parcel of land
•             Letter to Grant & Smith from – Warrickin, New York, Feb. 12, 1861, re: reminding Grant & Smith that money is owed them, do not want “paper as money” want payment in gold and asks that money be remitted as collected so as not to lose any more interest
•             Letter with envelope to Grant & Smith from Field & Hadley, Anamosa, IA, Feb. 12, 1861, re; enclosure of $11 and enclosure of certified transcript of record entry, promised to “place in the hand of the coroner,” writs, may be delayed because of snow, mentions no collection on note by Morrison?, if they don’t get something soon will sue
•             Letter to James Grant from W. Weld, Boston, Feb. 12, 1861
•             Letter to James Grant from E. S. Gilbert, Chicago, Feb. 12, 1861, re: title and contract
•             Letter to Grant & Smith from Laurel Summers, LeClaire, Feb. 12, 1861, re: responding to correspondence from Grant & Smith if “Gray not at home will have writ service in time”
•             Letter to James Grant from George Comstock, Syracuse, New York, Feb. 13, 1861, re: election of Mr. Duron, hopes election will stand, thinks it will
•             Letter to Grant & Smith from S. Smith, LeClaire, Feb. 13, 1861, re: asking to hurry Mr. Sewell?; as writer feels considerable risk in keeping money on hand, has to do with property
•             Letter to James Grant from Edward Carroll, LeClaire, Feb. 4, 1861, re: sending notice of court case against above person by McCabe, “I trust you will do the best for me,” explains he has been forced into court by unwillingness to allow for arbitrators award, need for arbitrators as witnesses in court
•             Letter to Grant & Smith from Weigley & Small, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Galena, IL, Feb. 14, 1861, re: effects of Capt. Bessie’s, some misunderstanding regarding same
 
Folder 15 - Checks made out to Mrs. LeClaire unless otherwise noted
1.            Check no. 112     May 19, 1863     $50        Drawn on the Bank of Iowa, Merchants’ Branch
2.            Check no. 149     June 20, 1863    $100
3.            Check no. 163     Aug. 4, 1863        $50
4.            Check no. 125     Aug. 17, 1863     $50
5.            Check no. 120     Apr. 6, 1863         $50
6.            Check no. 144     June 9, 1863       $100
7.            Check no. 77       Mar. 28, 1867     $75        From here down Drawn on Davenport National Bank
8.            Check no. 83       June 19, 1867    $100
9.            Check no. 86       June 29, 1867    $100
10.          Check no. 88       July 20, 1867      $100
11.          Check no. 98       Dec. 10, 1867     $50
12.          Check no. 99       Dec. 3, 1867        $50
13.          Check no. 107     Apr. 30, 1868      $100
14.          Check no. 102     Jan. 31, 1868      $100
15.          Check no. 94       Oct. 24, 1867      $100
16.          Check no. 73       Mar. 16, 1867     $100
17.          Check no. 37       Feb. 28, 1866     $334.63
18.          Check no. 44       July 2, 1866         $100
19.          Check no. 51       Sept. 11, 1866    $100
20.          Check no. 65       Dec. 26, 1866     $50
21.          Check no. 138     July 19, 1869      $100
22.          Check no. 129     Feb. 5, 1869        $100
23.          Check no. 136     Apr. 30, 1869      $100
24.          Check no. 135     Apr. 14, 1869      $100
25.          Check no. 128     Dec. 3, 1868        $100
26.          Check no. 64       Feb. 21, 1867     $100
27.          Check no. 133     Mar. 25, 1869     $100
28.          Check no. 132     Mar. 19, 1869     $50
29.          Check no. 130     Feb. 26, 1869     $100
30.          Check no. 105     Mar. 30, 1868     $100
31.          Check no. 106     Apr. 20, 1868      $50        to L. A. LeClaire
32.          Check no. 108     May 6, 1868        $60        for insurance
33.          Check no. 110     June 3, 1868       $100
34.          Check no. 114     June 27, 1868    $75
35.          Check no. 117     Nov. 9, 1868       $250
36.          Check no. 118     Dec. 3, 1868        $79.86  Draft on New York
37.          Check no. 119     Dec. 3, 1868        $100
38.          Check no. 123     Dec. 7, 1868        $74.83  L. A. LeClaire, Tax ----?
39.          Check no. 91       July 31, 1867      $100     L. A. LeClaire
40.          Check no. 512     Mar. 8, 1864       $234.73               for taxes; from here down Drawn on State Bank of Iowa,                                                          Merchants’ Branch
41.          Check no. 521     Apr. 27, 1864      $100
42.          Check no. 522     May 12, 1864     $100
43.          Check no. 516     Mar. 29, 1864     $100
44.          Check no. 540     Oct. 19, 1864      $34.37  for taxes on LeClaire IA property
45.          Check no. 538     Sept. 8, 1864      $99.67  for taxes of 1863, LeClaire Town
46.          Check no. 541     Oct. 21, 1864      $100
47.          Check no. 534     Aug. 19, 1864     $100
48.          Check no. 1          Oct. 15, 1861      $200
49.          Check no. 527     July 22, 1864      $100
50.          Check no. 548     Dec. 20, 1864     $500     to Joseph A. LeClaire
51.          Check no. 9          Dec. 13, 1861     $710.45               County taxes    The following checks (thru 81?) were                                                                                                 banded together and labeled “checks up to                                                                                                 March 15, 1862, Geo. L. Davenport Exet”
52.          Check no. 10       Dec. 14, 1861     $160.30               B. B. Woodward, Exq
53.          Check no. 7          Dec. 13, 1861     $140.90               County Orders
54.          Check no. 4          Nov. 18, 1861     $31        Phillip Mooney
55.          Check no. ?          Nov. 4, 1861       $113.13               George L. Davenport
56.          Check no. 2          Oct. 25, 1861      $4.25    G. W. Eus & Co., Bill order?
57.          Check no. ?          Feb. 20, 1862     $5.50    John H. Morton
58.          Check no. 8          Dec. 13, 1861     $110     pay in gold, county taxes
59.          Check no. 11       Dec. 24, 1861     $25        J. W. Guiteau
60.          Check no. 13       Jan. 2, 1862        $100     Premium of insurance       
61.          Check no. 12       Dec. 30, 1861     $30        Nathan M. Rambu
62.          Check no. 20       July 15, 1862      $20        C. E. Putnam
63.          Check no. 19       Jan. 14, 1862      $72.45  L. Lane & Co.??
64.          Check no. 15       Jan. 4, 1862        $485     H. B. Hoffman & Agt.
65.          Check no. 16       Jan. 4, 1862        $33.20  Huot Bros.
66.          Check no. 14       Jan. 3, 1862        $53.36  W. C. Wadsworth
67.          Check no. 17       Jan. 8, 1862        $287.75               Putnam & Rogers
68.          Check no. ?          Nov. 30, 1861     $100     pay in gold, J. M. Corh? Taxes
69.          Check no. ?          Nov. 30, 1861     $495     J. M. Corh? Tax
70.          Check no. 21       Jan. 18, 1862      $1400   Notes payable
71.          Check no. 22       Jan. 25, 1862      $40.42  Alleng & Williams
72.          Check no. 23       Jan. 30, 1862      $100     Judge Grant
73.          Check no. ?          Feb. 1, 1862        $185     I. ?. Gifford
74.          Check no. 24       Feb. 3, 1862        $138.89               Interest to State Bank
75.          Check no. 25       July 8, 1862         $47.93  Kent & Co.
76.          Check no. 26       July 13, 1862      $209.95               City order
77.          Check no. 27       Feb. 15, 1862     $629.08               City taxes
78.          Check no. 28       Feb. 15, 1862     $107.65               John L. Coffin
79.          Check no. 29       Feb. 15, 1862     $200     Cabin - Dow & Brown
80.          Check no. 31       Mar. 3, 1862       $31        B. B. Woodward Co., note
81.          paper on which is written “LeClaire Estate Checks”
82.          Check no. 30       Feb. 26, 1862     $50        Putnam & Rogers
83.          Check no. 33       Mar 13, 1862      $50        Putnam & Rogers
84.          Check no. 34       Mar. 15, 1862     $23.85  Dow & Brown
85.          Check no. 35       Mar. 22, 1862     $301.94               County taxes
86.          Check no. 36       Mar. 27, 1862     $75        Taxes
87.          Check no. 37       Apr. 3, 1862         $15        J. Wilson?
88.          Check no. 38       Apr. 7, 1862         $38.89  Interest on note
89.          Check no. 40       Apr. 8, 1862         $170     G. L. Davenport
90.          Check no. 46       May 7, 1862        $300     Bills Payable
91.          Check no. 45       May 5, 1862        $33.33  Interest at State Bank
92.          Check no. 47       Mar. 186?            $15.75  J. C. Washburn
93.          Check no. 48       May 12, 1862     $114     Israel Hall
94.          Check no. 49       May 12, 1862     $658.85               Clark-Dodge Co.
95.          Check no. 44       Apr. 24, 1862      $100     Lawyer Grant
96.          Check no. 43       Apr. 23, 1862      $1005   Bills Payable
97.          Check no. 32       Mar. 7, 1862       $20        Mrs. LeClaire
98.          Check no. 42       Apr. 19, 1862      $100     Mrs. LeClaire
99.          Check no. 41       Apr. 9, 1862         $20        J. N. Rogers --?
100.       Check no. 50       May 17, 1862     $20        M. E. Gaspard
101.       Check no. 51       June 2, 1862       $33.33  Interest State Bank
102.       Check no. 165     --? 13, 1863         $76.73  Freight of monument
103.                       Nov. 2, 1863       $250     G. L. Davenport
104.                       Oct. 29, 1863      $150.05               Ed. Kelley Drft Chicago
105.                       Sept. 7, 1863      $250     G. L. Davenport
106.                       Sept. 3, 1863      $230     Draft on Boston
107.                       Aug. 22, 1863     $50        Victor Huot
108.                       Aug. 24, 1863     $118.50               G. L. Davenport
109.                       Aug. 24, 1863     $100     G. L. Davenport
110.                       Aug. 18, 1863     $100     G. L. Davenport
111.                       Sept. 2, 1863      $37.91  J. M. Gifford
112.       Check no. 197     Jan. 2, 1864        $92.40 or 49       ½ City Taxes
113.       Check no. 195     Dec. 30, 1863     $100     Mrs. LeClaire
114.       Check no. 196     Dec. 30, 1863     $125.61               City Tax Bu-----
115.       Check no. 194     Dec. 23, 1863     $25.80  Freight on Stone
116.       Check no. 193     Dec. 23, 1863     $155.26               Draft on NY
117.       Check no. 192     Dec. 16, 1863     $923.15               Cabi[n] And Dow
118.       Check no. 191     Dec. 16, 1863     $117.48               Draft on NY
119.       Check no. 190     Dec. 12, 1863     $34.60  Eugene Garf[i]me
120.       Check no. 189     Dec. 11, 1863     $66.91  Scott Co. Taxes, 1862
121.       Check no. 188     Dec. 9, 1863        $23.94  ---dfoan NY [&} Ex?
122.       Check no. 122     Apr. 9, 1863         $85.43  Draft on NY
123.       Check no. 145     June 10, 1863    $25        J. W. G—teau, Exq.
124.       Check no. 121     Apr. 7, 1863         $65.20  Morlo[n] & Co.
125.       Check no. 123     Apr. 10, 1863      $234.22               County Taxes, 1862
126.       Check no. 124     Apr. 13, 1863      $371.25               Bills Payable
127.       Check no. 126     Apr. 21, 1863      $2000   Certificate of Defunt
128.       Check no. 114     Mar. 26, 1863     $7.67    Cubin & Dow
129.       Check no. 119     Apr. 3, 1863         $1052.63            Bills Payable
130.       Check no. 138     May 18, 1863     $50        Putnam & Rogers
131.       Check no. 142     May 30, 1863     $759.65               County Taxes
132.       Check no. 144     May 29, 1863     $30        Mrs. Sarah Le-----
133.       Check no. 143     May 30, 1863     $48.70  J. L. Coffin - Bal. Items
134.       Check no. 168     Aug. 26, 1863     $412     Draft on Boston Do[d]d
135.       Check no. 167     May 15, 1863     $869     Schureman & Mel—k
136.       Check no. 166                     $62.39  half of check missing
137.       Check no. 115     Mar. 27, 1863     $229.87               Bills Payable
138.       Check no. 11?     Mar. 28, 1863     $500     G. L. Davenport
139.       Check no. 113     Mar. 20, 1863     $100     James Grant, Esq
140.       Check no. 175     Oct. 7, 1863         $562.65               Draft on New Yor[k]
141.       Check no. 174     Oct. 3, 1863         $337.60               -- N. Rogers, Esq
142.       Check no. 173     Oct. 2, 1863         $895.78               J. J. Dixwell –
143.       Check no. 172     Oct. 1, 1863         $75        Bills Payable ---- -----
144.       Check no. 171     Sept. 21, 1863    $100     Mrs. Margaret LeClaire
145.       Check no. 169     Sept. 2, 1863      $32.35  J. N. Rogers (Taxes W F----)
146.       Check no. 178     Oct. 16, 1863      $52.74  G. L. C. Dow, Esq
147.       Check no. 177     Oct. 15, 1863      $4665.86            Clark Dodge Co.
148.       Check no. 176     Oct. 13, 1863      $32.11  Income Tax
149.       Check no. 181     Nov. 16, 1863     $1000   Joseph A. LeClaire
150.       Check no. 180     Nov. 9, 1863       $200     Mrs. LeClaire
151.       Check no. 179     Nov. 5, 1863       $14        Wm. P. Campbell
152.       Check no. 187     Dec. 8, 1863        $164.14               Draft on NY Ex
153.       Check no. 186     Dec. 5, 1863        $286.51               Dft on NY
154.       Check no. 185     Nov. 27, 1863     $67.48  City & Co. Taxes ’63 Iowa City
155.       Check no. 184     Nov. 25, 1863     $200     Cook & D—
156.       Check no. 186     Nov. 21, 1863     $50        H. B Hoffman Esq
157.       Check no. 182     Nov. 21, 1863     $50        Putnam & Rogers
158.       Check no. 129     Apr. 29, 1863      $29.10  J. W. Ward Esq
159.                       Apr. 25, 1863      $14.22  Interest ?
160.       Check no. 128     Apr. 27, 1863      $327.05               Poweshiek Co Taxes
161.       Check no. 127     Apr. 22, 1863      $560     Iowa Co. Taxes
162.       Check no. 132     May 1, 1863        $21.10  Iowa Co Taxes -----
163.       Check no. 131     May 1, 1863        $360     H. D. Downey
164.       Check no. 150     July 2, 1863         $20        Stamp
165.       Check no. 148     June 29, 1863    $20        R---- Stamp
166.       Check no. 147     June 26, 1863    $145.65               Damen & True
167.                       Apr. 6, 1863         $26.07  Int
168.                       Apr. 6. 1863         $290     Geo. L. Davenport
169.                       July 6, 1863         $141.43               G. L. Davenport
170.       Check no. 154     July 16, 1863      $27.66  Alling & Williams
171.       Check no. 156     July 16, 1863      $231.60               J. H. Morton Co.
172.       Check no. 155     July 16, 1863      $319.20               Alice Markee’s Note & Int
173.       Check no. 153     July 16, 1863      $36.83  Washburn’s Bill
174.       Check no. 151     July 6, 1863         $56.86  Ann King
175.       Check no. 152     July 7, 1863         $2650   Louis C. Depai[n]e
176.       Check no. 164     Aug. 4, 1863        $4598.41            Bills Payable
177.       Check no. 162     July 28, 1863      $1040.83            Jas. Grant, Esq
178.       Check no. 158     July 18, 1863      $90        Schlegel
179.       Check no. 159     July 25, 1863      $400     Putnam & Rogers
180.       Check no. 160     July 25, 1863      $65        H. B. Hoffman, Esq
181.       Check no. 157     July 16, 1863      $39.90  Sundry Small Claims
182.                       May 16, 1863     $120.30               Bills Payable
183.       Check no. 141     May 30, 1863     $26.05  J. M. Dunn
184.       Check no. 139     May 28, 1863     $94        R. Lindaman Co. Judge
185.                       June 18, 1863    $50        Putnam & Rogers
186.       Check no. 146     June 20, 1863    $1503.75            Bills Payable
187.       Check no. 161     July 28, 1863      $38        W J Refs & Co.
188.       Check no. 134     May 2, 1863        $60        Downeys Dft for Taxes
189.       Check no. 133     May 1, 1863        $20.71  Huot Brothers
190.       Check no. 137     May 9, 1863        $80        Putnam & Rogers
191.       Check no. 136     May 7, 1863        $47.50  H. D. Downey
192.       Check no. 135     May 4, 1863        $59.95  Dft in New York
193.                       May 13, 1863     $118.02               Bills Payable
194.                       Apr. 12, 1864      $430     Danl Churchell
195.       Check no. 520     Apr. 23, 1864      $200.50               Bills Payable
196.       Check no. 519     Apr. 23, 1864      $3007.50            Bills Payable
197.       Check no. 522     May 13, 1864     $30.25  Gazette Company
198.       Check no. 525     June 10, 1864    $42        Geo. W. Ells & Co.
199.       Check no. 543     Nov. 22, 1864     $50        Insurance
200.       Check no. 545     Dec. 5, 1864        $56.25  Dft. On New York
201.       Check no. 526     June 30, 1864    $1509.59            Draft on NY
202.       Check no. 517     Mar. 29, 1864     $2506.25            Bills Payable
203.       Check no. 518     Apr. 23, 1864      $34.46  E. Gasfiard?
204.                       July 2, 1864         $1066.19            G. L. Davenport
205.       Check no. 537     Sept. 2, 1864      $80.50  Judge Lindeman
206.       Check no. 536     Sept. 2, 1864      $150     Putnam & Rogers
207.       Check no. 535     Aug. 29, 1864     $1503.75            Ino L. Coffin
208.       Check no. 539     Sept. 9, 1864      $252.71               Dft on Boston
209.       Check no. 542     Nov. 17, 1864     $200.50               Hingham Bank
210.       Check no. 544     Nov. 30, 1864     $1416.09            County Taxes
211.       Check no. 529     July 26, 1864      $33.53  [not decipherable]
212.       Check no. 528     July 25, 1864      $162.31               B---- City Taxes ’64
213.       Check no. 530     July 30, 1864      $65        C. W. Verder
214.       Check no. 531     Aug. 3, 1864        $260.44               Dft on Muscatine
215.       Check no. 532     Aug. 6, 1864        $50        Charles Huot
216.       Check no. 533     Aug. 9, 1864        $120     Co. Taxes B--- H---
217.       Check no. 3          Nov. 11, 1861     $18.25  I C Todd
218.       Check no. 514     Mar. 21, 1864     $149     Df. On Chicago
219.       Check no. 515     Mar. 26, 1864     $25        J. N. Rogers, Esq
220.       Check no. 547     Dec. 13, 1864     $27.55  Cerro Gordo Co. Taxes
221.       Check no. 546     Dec. 12, 1864     $260     County Taxes
222.       Check no. 513     Mar. 17, 1864     $25.25  Jasper Co. Taxes
223.       Check no. 70       Mar. 9, 1867       $4053.10            Draft on Boston   from here down drawn on                                                                                                                                 Davenport National Bank
224.       Check no.131      Feb. 27, 1869     $1000   Geo. L. Davenport
225.                       Apr. 3, 1869         $239.04               Geo. L. Davenport/ Tobal
226.       Check no. 92       Aug. 9, 1867        $284.68               Dft. On Boston
227.       Check no. 90       July 27, 1867      $379.70               City Tax of 1867
228.       Check no. 126     Dec. 26, 1868     $215.42               Dft on Boston
229.       Check no. 125     Dec. 24, 1868     $108.80               Carroll Co. Taxes 1868
230.       Check no. 124     Dec. 9, 1868        $200     John L. Coffin
231.       Check no. 122     Dec. 7, 1868        $200.50               W. B. Washburne ----
232.       Check no. 121     Dec. 7, 1868        $90.91  Poweshiek & Cerro Gordo Taxes
233.       Check no. 120     Dec. 4, 1868        $187     Franklin Co. Taxes
234.       Check no. 116     Oct. 14, 1868      $100     Loan of 2nd Oct.
235.       Check no. 115     July 25, 1868      $200     Putnam & Rogers
236.                       July 6, 1868         $150     A C Fulton (Howard)
237.       Check no. 113     June 25, 1868    $368.10               City Taxes 1868
238.       Check no. 112     June 8, 1868       $200.50               Draft on Boston   Check torn
239.       Check no. 111     June 6, 1868       $1017.85            ----- Davison & True
240.       Check no. 109     May 30, 1868     $1500   Bills Payable
241.       Check no. 134     Apr. 8, 1869         $600     Geo. L. Davenport
242.       Check no. 137     July 17, 1869      $698.72               Davenport City Taxes
243.       Check no. 127     Dec. 30, 1868     $1224.54            Scott Cty Taxes
244.       Check no. 68       Mar. 4, 1867       $42.33  Note Discount & Stamp
245.       Check no. 66       Dec. 31, 1866     $100     Meprs[?] Putnam & Rogers
246.       Check no. 64       Dec. 14, 1866     $42.33  Bills Payable
247.       Check no. 63       Dec. 4, 1866        $200.50               Draft on Boston
248.       Check no. 62       Nov. 30, 1866     $42.33  ? & Stamp
249.       Check no. 61       Nov. 28, 1866     $67.16  Dft. On NY
250.       Check no. 60       Nov. 20, 1866     $1291.99            County Taxes 1866
251.       Check no. 59       Nov. 8, 1866       $44.45  Dft on New York
252.       Check no. 58       Nov. 7, 1865       $89.65  Dfts on Iowa City & New York
253.       Check no. 57       Nov. 6, 1866       $500     Draper Ruggles
254.       Check no. 56       Oct. 12, 1866      $20        H. Lischer for ?
255.       Check no. 55       Sept. 29, 1866    $500     G. L. Davenport Bal
256.       Check no. 54       Sept. 24, 1866    $1002.50            Dft on Boston
257.       Check no. 53       Sept 12, 1866     $500     Bills Payable
258.       Check no. 52       Sept. 12, 1866    $42.33  ? & Stamp on Note
259.       Check no. 50       Sept. 7, 1866      $50        Putnam & Rogers
260.       Check no. 49       Sept. 6, 1866      $345.53               City Taxes of 1866
261.       Check no. 48       Aug. 30, 1866     $2000   ? & Stamp on Note
262.       Check no. 39       Apr. 9, 1866         $52.92  ? & Stamp Bills Payable
263.       Check no. 38       Mar. 26, 1866     $36.25  Int & Stamp on D/C
264.       Check no. 74       Mar. 18, 1867     $1014.50            Bills Payable & ?
265.       Check no. 95       Nov. 8, 1867       $91.33  Dft. on NY
266.       Check no. 93       Oct. 23, 1867      $500     Bills Payable
267.       Check no. 101     Jan. 8, 1868        $78.80  R. Lindeman, Co. Judge
268.       Check no. 100     Jan. 4, 1868        $72.80  Franklin Co. Taxes
269.       Check no. 103     Feb. 28, 1868     $31.45  Interest & Stamp on Discount
270.       Check no. 104     Feb. 28, 1868     $1486.35            Scott Co Taxes 1867
271.       Check no. 97       Nov. 25, 1867     $84.08  Dfts. On NY for Taxes
272.       Check no. 96       Nov. 20, 1867     $200.50               Draft on Boston for WBW
273.       Check no. 89       July 23, 1867      $10.58  Bills Rec & Int
274.       Check no. 87       June 29, 1867    $350     John L. Coffin
275.       Check no. 85       June 27, 1867    $501.25               Dft. on Boston
276.       Check no. 84       June 20, 1867    $100     Putnam & Rogers
277.       Check no. 82       June 12, 1867    $25        W. P. Campbell
278.       Check no. 81       June 5, 1867       $2000   Bills Payable
279.       Check no. 80       May 20, 1867     $14.50  Bills Payable & Int
280.       Check no. 79       May 16, 1867     $200.50               Dft on Boston
281.       Check no. 76       Mar. 21, 1867     $94.85  Dft on NY Iowa Co. Taxes
282.       Check no. 75       Mar. 19, 1867     $291.80               Putnam & Rogers
283.       Check no. 47       July 23, 1866      $616.40               Bills Payable
284.       Check no. 46       July 19, 1866      $12.06  F. Bartusch
285.       Check no. 45       July 11, 1866      $36.25  Bills Payable
286.       Check no. 43       May 28, 1866     $1084.62            Dft on NY
287.       Check no. 42       May 28, 1866     $542.33               Bills Payable, Int & Stamp
288.       Check no. 41       Apr. 21, 1866      $490     Scott Cty Tax 1865
289.       Check no. 40       Apr. 13, 1866      $5.30    Co Tax 1856
290.       Check no. 51       June 14, 1878    $234.62               Mrs. H. V. Fitch     from here down drawn on Citizens                                                                                                 National Bank, Davenport, Iowa
291.       Check no. 50       June 14, 1878    $67.25  Mrs. P. V. Newcomb
292.       Check no. 49       June 6, 1878       $6.80    SAL or LAL [L. A. LeClaire?]
293.       Check no. 48       June 5, 1878       $28.40  SAL or LAL [L. A. LeClaire?]
294.       Check no. 47       May 25, 1878     $62.51  Mrs. Fitch Int
295.       Check no. 46       May 20, 1878     $75        SAL or LAL [L. A. LeClaire?]
296.       Check no. 45       May 20, 1878     $15        George L. Davenport
297.       Check no. 44       Apr. 27, 1878      $71.22  C. E. Putnam (int on note)
298.       Check no. 43       Apr. 22, 1878      $100     SAL or LAL [L. A. LeClaire?]
299.       Check no. 42       Apr. 13, 1878      $10        LAL [L. A. LeClaire?]
300.       Check no. 40       Apr. 8, 1878         $115     Mrs. P. V. Newcomb
301.       Check no. 53       June 14, 1878    $42.60  Rev. S. McC. Anderson
302.       Check no. 52       June 14, 1878    $200     Mrs. Mary Gill
 
Folder 16
•             Bill to Turf, Field and Farm Association, Dr. from Mr. James Grant, Aug. 17, 1872
•             American Express Co. Receipt (Dubuque, IA) Aug. 14, 1875 for paper
•             From Office of U. N. Roberts & Co. (Circa 1889-1892) Accounts information - expenses - net profits
•             Memorandum - U. N. Roberts & Co. - Glazed Sash - Doors and Blinds - Profits in Bus. Of Co., 1887 & 1888
•             Letter from NY Feb. 16, 1861 to Grant & Smith, Davenport, regarding handling of unpaid note of Miner Haskell Co.
•             Note from Groves & Hart Law Office, Chicago, Feb. 11, 1861, to James Grant, Davenport, IA, notifying sending by express papers in suit and asking for acknowledgment
•             Envelope address to Chas. E. Putnam, Esq, Sept 18, 1882, from E. W. Gilbert, Honeoye NY, in envelope was enclosed listing of financial statements of Mrs. Julia A. Roberts in business of U. N. Roberts & Co.
•             Guardians Expenses on A/C of H. G. Rogers and E. C. Rogers 1889-1892
•             “D” Explanation of ½ of Net Profits of U.N. Roberts & Co.
•             Explanation in letter form of disposal of property investment etc. of U. N. Roberts Co., 5 pages
•             Brief Financial reports int. of HG Roberts & Julia A. Roberts in business of U. N. Roberts & Co., 1893-1894
•             Expenditures on A/C of Homestead (2 pages)
•             2 pages of expenditures on A/C of homestead, 1889-1890 on stationery of U. N. Roberts & Co.
 
Folder 16B
•             Expenditures on A/C of homestead, 1887-1888, 2 pages
•             Financial report in int. of H. G. Roberts in business of U. N. Roberts - expenses/profits, 2 pages
•             “A-B-C-D” Financial Report in Business of U. N. Roberts & Co. at time of appt. of Guardianship
•             Financial report of E. C. Roberts in business of U. N. Roberts & Co.
•             Hand written will & testament of U. N. Roberts
 
Folder 17
•             Letter to James Grant from Marine Bank of Chicago, Feb. 13, 1861, re: financial transactions - some discrepancies and “trusting that you will soon succeed in collecting balance”
•             To Grant & Smith (Attys) from office of Recorder & Treasurer - Muscatine Cty, Feb. 14, 1861, re: notifying non-payment of land taxes for 1869 & 1860 - itemized statement
•             To James Grant from State Bank of Iowa, Iowa City, Feb. 14, 1861, re: Acknowledging receipt of $91.35, envelope included
•             To Judge Grant from T. J. Flournoy(?) Clinton, Feb. 15, 1861, enclosing (not included here) notice that was served that sender thought was important in prosecution of his case “against Mahoney”
•             Letter to Jas. Grant from Wm. T. Clark Atty at Law, Davenport, Feb. 14, 1861
•             To Jas. Grant from Bean & Smith, Feb. 15, 1861, re: asking about payment in case in U. S. Court for Northern Iowa
•             To James Grant from Robert Gray, Feb. 16, 1861, re: acknowledges receipt of papers, explains delay in dealing with papers, due to family matters & not going to office regularly
•             Letter to Jas. Grant from Lewis Hellenberger, Alton, IL, Feb. 16, 1861, re: sale of land
•             Letter to Hon. Jas. Grant from Bean & Smith, Feb. 27, 1861, re:  asking whether judgment has been filed in suit J. Grant worked on
•             Letter to Jas. Grant from E. S. Bailey, Feb. 18, 1861, re: returns copy (not included) of information of case, with “marginal notes,” asks J. Grant to review information and asks him to “fight them”
•             Letter to Attys Grant & Smith from Jas. Powell, LeClaire, Feb. 22, 1861, re: request from assessor to return property from an estate and asking about claims against estate
•             Letter to Jas. Grant from Seaman & Forsythe, Chicago, Feb. 20, 1861, re: who has possession of original sheriffs deed issued by sheriff of LaSalle cty, on Dec. 1, 1840, need information as evidence in suit pending in U.S. Court of Appeals in Chicago.
•             Letter to Jas. Grant from Seaman & Forsythe, Chicago, Feb. 25, 1861, re: asking for clarification of “missing” deed
•             Letter to “Gentlemen” from W. G. Woodward, Muscatine, Feb. 21, 1861, re: asking for return of some papers
•             Letter to Jas. Grant from Rock Island, Feb. 28, 1861, re: sending “paper containing advertising of some lands” to show Grant form used, asks for purchaser name, so he can see to publishing
•             Letter with envelope to Judge Grant from Wm. Peake, Feb. 18, 1861, re: asking if payment was made re case.
•             Letter to Jas. Grant from ?, St. Louis, Feb. 23, 1861, re: title to land & sale and asking for advise. Returned home from Illinois and found another set of notices that were “left on the night of the 21st with my little slave girl about 14 years old.”  Also copy of sheriffs certificate of sale.
•             Letter with envelope to Grant & Smith from A. M. Waterman, St. Louis MO, Feb. 18, 1861, re: suits against a Mrs. Kingsbury and waiting to hear of application of rehearing, determined to defend Mrs. K. with “every just meaning in my power and must rely on your assistance.”
•             Letter with envelope to Jas. Grant from A. M. Hawley, Chicago, Feb. 19, 1861, re: court case, service of notice; and direction of handling of court case
•             Letter to Hon. J. Grant from ?, Davenport, Feb. 21, 1861, handwriting illegible
•             Letter to Hon. J. Grant from A. Logan, Edenville, IA, Feb. 25, 1861, requesting money owed “snow 3 ft. deep” and hoping for compromise between N & S so “union may be save”
•             Letter with envelope to Grant & Smith, from Fenton, Lee & Co., NY, Feb. 25, 1861, re: enclosure (not included) of affidavit; also re not that fell due on Feb. 4 & payment of debt
•             Letter to J. Grant from E. Mitchell, South Britain, Feb. 25, 1861, re: accepting terms of collection of bonds, asks for receipt of bonds for collection
•             Letter to Grant & Smith from Dept. of State, A. S. Black Secty of State, Washington, Feb. 25, 1861, re acknowledges letter of 20th, writing that the department keeps no record of the packages sent to it for transmission, nor does it have any recollection of one referred to “but all such rec’d are promptly forwarded”
•             Letter to Jas. Grant from ---- Tallman, Poughkepsie, NY, Feb. 26, 1861, re: asking Glynn to pay $100-150 on terms given and get one year extension on balance - or “collect all at once”
•             Letter with envelope to Jas. Grant from Banking House of F. Granger Adams, Chicago, Feb. 27, 1861, re:  “yours of 25 rec’d,” contents noted
•             Letter to Jas. Grant from J. W. Johnson Co., Philadelphia, Feb. 27, 1861, re: acknowledgment of order for law books
•             Letter to Jas. Grant from ---- Waterman, St. Louis, MO, Feb. 27, 1861, re: asking about suit & if affidavits are in accordance with Iowa law
 
Folder 17B
•             Letter to Hon. Jas. Grant from New York, Feb. 16, 1861, re: disposition of land in Rock Island Cty, asking for value of 80 acres, selling price & if land can be sold as one of two owners is deceased.
•             Letter to Grant & Smith from E. T. Small, Galena, Feb. 20, 1861, re: confusion over transferring bonds & problems with intermediaries handling same, refers to a “Mrs. P & Capt. B”
•             Letter to Grant & Smith from W. Weigley, Atty, Galena, Feb. 20, 1861, re: answer to letter sent by Grant & Smith on whether Weigley “acts” for a Mr. Rood, “The answer is unequivocally no” and discusses legal representation
•             Letter to Hon. J. Grant from Geo. Comstock, Syracuse, Feb. 22, 1861, re: asking for assistance in handling several legal actions
•             Letter to Jas. Grant from Woodruff & Co., NY, Feb 26, 1861, re: “Your favor of 20th at hand” asking to prosecute suit in petition and get value of land so prompt sale can be made
•             Letter from L. Regan, Boonsboro, Ian, Feb. 25, 1861, re: expresses appreciation for services, and while he doesn’t have “your money at present” acct will be “discharged punctually and thankfully”
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
Business & Industry—Banking
Business & Industry—Real Estate & Surveying
Communications—Telegraph
Documents & Letters
Holidays & Celebrations—Christmas
Houses & Households—Gardens
Law & Law Enforcement—Judges
Law & Law Enforcement—Lawyers
Law & Law Enforcement—Police
Schools & Education—Misc.
Social Life & Customs—Misc.
Travel
 
People

Baxter, Lillie Duncan
Carroll, Edward
Clark, William T.
Coffin, John L.
Cook, Eb.
Davenport, George L.
Downey, J. D.
Duncan, Hattie
Duncan, Joseph (Uncle)
Grant, Emily
Grant, James (Jas.)
Hall, Israel
Hoffman, H. B
Huot Brothers
Huot, Victor
Kirby, Julia Duncan (Mrs. E. P. Kirby?)
LeClaire, Mrs. Antoine (Marguerite)
LeClaire, Joseph A.
LeClaire, L. A.
Lindeman, Judge R.
McClain, Emlin
Newcomb, Mrs. P. V.
Powell, James (Jas.)
Putnam, George R.
Putnam, Henry St. Clair
Putnam, Judge John R.
Putnam, Mary Louisa Duncan (Mother)
Putnam, Benjamin Risley (B.R.)
Putnam, Charles
Putnam, Edward K.
Putnam, Elizabeth Duncan (Bessie)
Putnam, William Clement
Roberts, H. G.
Roberts, Julia A.
Roberts, U. N.
Rogers, Arthur
Roger, J. N.
Smith, S. F.
Summers, Laurel
Washburn, J. C.
Woodward, W. G.

 
 
INVENTORY
 
Little League, Vera Runge 2012-35 (Non-Accession)
Dates: 1974 to 1997
 
Scope Notes: This collection contains non-accessioned materials related to artifacts in accession 2012-35. It consists of manuals and programs related to Little League baseball.
 
Folder 1
Operating Manual 50th Anniversary
Leadership Training for Little League Managers and Coaches
The Umpire in Little League
 
Folder 2 - Booklets
Little League 50th Anniversary Playing Rules
Minor League Playing Rules 1996
Little League Baseball Playing Rules 1996
Little League Challenger Division Playing Rules 1997
Junior, Senior, Big League Baseball Playing Rules1997
Little, Senior, and Big League Softball 1997
The Umpire in Little League
 
Folder 3
Official programs:
Little League Baseball World Series 1974
Little League Baseball World Series 1979
Little League Baseball World Series 1980
Little League Baseball World Series 1982
Little League Baseball World Series 1983
1992 World Tournament
 
Folder 4
Official programs:
Little League Baseball World Series 1985
Little League Baseball World Series 1989
Little League Baseball World Series 1991
 
Folder 5
Official programs:
Little League Divisional Tournament 1977
Little League Divisional Tournament 1978 (3 copies)
 
Folder 6
Growing Up at Bat – Little League
Folder 7
Little League Bumper Sticker
Brochure for the Little League Baseball International Museum
Little League celebrating 50th Anniversary booklet
Little Leaguer Vol. 16 No. 1 Spring 1997
 
Folder 8
Little League District Administrator Handbook and Operating Manual
 
SUBJECT CROSS REFERENCE
SPORTS—BASEBALL
 
 
INVENTORY
 
LT. GEORGE F. HALL COLLECTION 1948-3
 
George F. Hall was born in 1838 in Vermont and moved with his parents to Davenport, Iowa in 1839.  He enlisted in the Second Iowa Infantry in 1862 and by the close of the Civil War was a first lieutenant. The Lt. George F. Hall Collection of the Putnam Museum of History and Natural Sciences consists of one and one-half linear feet of Civil War military records and personal letters.  The following outline is a folder-level inventory of the Lt. George F. Hall Collection.
 
                                I.              ITEM-LEVEL CARD INDEX
 
F.             A              II.             COLLECTION INVENTORY (1998)
 
                                III.            GEOGRAPHIC AREAS
F.             1                             A.             Acworth, Georgia: 1864
F.             2                             B.            Allatoona, Georgia: 1864
F.             3                             C.            Athens, Alabama: 1864
F.             4                             D.            Atlanta, Georgia: 1864
F.             5                             E.             Big Shanty, Georgia: 1864
F.             6                             F.             Calhoun Cross Roads, Georgia: 1864
F.             7                             G.            Chattahoocie River, Georgia: 1864
F.             8                             H.            Chattanooga, Tennessee: 1864
F.             9                             I.              Corinth, Mississippi: 1862-1863
F.             10                           J.             Dallas, Georgia: 1864
F.             11                           K.            Decatur and Decatur Junction, Alabama and Decatur,
Georgia: 1864
F.             12                           L.             East Point, Georgia: 1864
F.             13                           M.           Euka, Mississippi: 1864
F.             14                           N.            Gordon's Mills, Georgia: 1864
F.             15                           O.            Huntsville, Alabama: 1864
F.             16                           P.             Jonesboro, Georgia: 1864
F.             17                           Q.            Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia: 1864
F.             18                           R.            Kingston, Georgia: 1864
F.             19                           S.             LaGrange, Tennessee: 1863
F.             20                           T.             Lynville, Tennessee: 1863-1864
F.             21                           U.            Marietta, Georgia: 1864
F.             22                           V.             Memphis, Tennessee: 1863-1864
F.             23                           W.           Nashville, Tennessee: 1863-1864
F.             24                           X.             Pocahontas, Tennessee: 1863
F.             25                           Y.             Prospect, Tennessee: 1864
                                                Z.             Pulaski, Tennessee
F.             26                                           1.            1863
F.             27                                           2.            January 1864
F.             28                                           3.            February 1864
F.             29a                                        4.            March 1-30, 1864
F.             29b                                        5.            March 31, 1864
F.             30                                           6.            April-December 1864
F.             31                           AA.          Reseica, Georgia: 1864
F.             32                           AB.          Reynolds Station, Tennessee: 1864
                                                AC.          Rome, Georgia
F.             33a                                        1.            April-June 1864
F.             33b                                        2.            July-September 1864
F.             34                                           3.            October 1864-January 1865
F.             35                           AD.          Sulphur Branch Trestie, Alabama: 1864
 
 
                                IV.            ABSTRACTS, LISTS, ORDERS (MISCELLANEOUS OR NO GEOGRAPHIC AREA)
F.             36                           A.             Ammunition and Arms on Hand and Expended, Misc. Places:
n.d./1863-1864
F.             37                           B.            Army and Navy Official Gazette: March 8, 1864
                                                C.            Blank Forms
F.             38                                           1.            c. 1863-1864
F.             39                                           2.            c. 1863
F.             40                           D.            Circulars: 1863-1864
F.             41                           E.             Classification of Returns, No Location: n.d./1864
F.             42                           F.             Clothing Receipt Rolls, Company C. and 2nd Regiment Iowa
Infantry: 1862-1863
F.             43                           G.            Communications from Washington, D.C.: 1863-1864
F.             44                           H.            Diaries, Account Book, Misc.: 1859-1865
F.             45                           I.              Hall's Descriptive Roll: 1862
F.             46                           J.             Instructions for Officers: 1862
F.             47                           K.            Letter Book: 1861-1864
F.             48                           L.             Maps:     1864
F.             49                           M.           Miscellaneous Army Papers: n.d./1861
F.             50                           N.            Official Correspondence after Hall's Discharge: 1864-
1865
F.             51                           O.            111th Regiment Illinois Infantry Volunteers: n.d.
F.             52                           P.             Order Book: 1863-1864
F.             53                           Q.            Orders - General, Special and Field: 1862-1864
F.             54                           R.            Ordnance and Ordnance Stores, Misc. Places: 1862-1864
F.             55                           S.             Papers Relating to Discharge: 1861-1864
F.             56                           T.             Personal Papers: 1864-1866
F.             57                           U.            Promotion Certificates: 1862-1863
                                                V.             Register
F.             58                                           1.            1862-1864
F.             59                                           2.            1862-1864         
 
 
                                V.             CIVIL WAR LETTERS
F.             60                           A.             Letters to Hall: 1862-1865
F.             61                           B.            Parts of Civil War Letters: no date
                                                C.            Civil War Letters
F.             62                                           1.            1861
F.             63                                           2.            1862
F.             64                                           3.            1863
F.             65                                           4.            1865
 
 
                                VI.            OVERSIZED ITEMS
                                                The following items are located in R8-OS-CAB2-D9.
 
                                                A.             Geological Map of the State of Tennessee: no date
                                                B.            Promotion Certificates
                                                                1.            February 7, 1862
                                                                2.            February 15, 1862
                                                                3.            November 12, 1862
                                                C.            Envelope with notations: January 16, 1864
 
CROSS-REFERENCE LIST
 
Military & War--Civil War--Equipment
Military & War--Civil War--Regiments
1st Alabama Cavalry
Company "G" 1st Alabama Cavalry
2nd Alabama [Vol.] Infantry
Company "F" 2nd Alabama [Vol.] Infantry
Company "F" 2nd Alabama [Vol.] Infantry Colored    Troops
Company "I" 2nd Alabama [Vol.} Infantry
3rd Alabama Infantry Volunteers
3rd Alabama [Vol.] Infantry Colored Troops
Company "H" 3rd Alabama [Vol.] Infantry
5th Alabama [Vol.] Infantry
5th Regiment Illinois Vol. Infantry
7th Illinois [Vol. Inf.]
9th Regiment Illinois Vol. Infantry
12th Illinois Vol. Infantry
20th Illinois [Vol.] Infantry
50th Illinois Vol. Infantry
52nd Illinois [Vol.] Infantry
57th Illinois Vol. Infantry
64th Illinois Vol. Veteran Infantry
66th Illinois [Vol.] Infantry
66th Regiment Illinois Veteran Vol.
111th Illinois [Vol. Inf.]
122nd Illinois [Vol.] Infantry
14th Indiana Battery
66th Regiment Indiana Infantry Vols.
2nd Regiment Iowa Vol. Infantry
Davenport Company
Company "C" 2nd Iowa Vol. Infantry
Company "E" 2nd Iowa [Vol.] Infantry
7th Regiment Iowa [Vol.] Infantry
Company "B" Iowa Vol. Infantry
39th Iowa [Vol.] Infantry
66th Iowa [Vol.] Regiment
Battery "B" 1st Michigan Artillery
Company "C" Battery 1st Michigan Artillery
Battery "I" 1st Michigan Artillery
4th Michigan Cavalry
1st Regiment Missouri
Battery "H" 1st Missouri Artillery
Battery "I" 1st Missouri Artillery
Company "A" 16th Missouri Vol. Infantry
18th Missouri [Vol.] Infantry
5th Ohio Cavalry
14th Ohio Battery
39th Ohio [Vol.] Infantry
63rd Ohio Vol. Infantry
81st Regiment Ohio [Vol.] Infantry
25th Wisconsin [Vol.] Infantry
 
Army of the Mississippi
Army of the Tennessee
11th Corps.
12th Corps.
15th Army Corps.
2nd Division 15th A.C.
1st Brigade 4th Division 15th A.C.
16th Army Corps
2nd Division [Vol. Inf.]
1st Brigade 2nd Div. 16th A.C.
2nd Brigade 2nd Div. 16 A.C.
Pioneer Corps. 1st & 2nd Brigades 2nd Division
3rd Brigade Second Division 16th A.C. [Vol. Inf.]
Signal Corps. 2nd Division 16th A.C.
4th Division 16th A.C.
17th Army Corps.
Regular Army "F" Battery, 2nd U.S. Artillery
Company "H" 1st Regiment Artillery 
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