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DRAKE WELL MUSEUM COLLECTION

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MG-245

Drake Well Museum Collection
John J. Carter Collection
 

CX.1.25 Letter from Albert Eives, Sept. 5, 1865/notice of shipment sent.

CX.1.37 Letter from Albert Eives, Sept. 14, 1865/confirmation of goods shipped.

CX.1.62 Letter from N.A. Hume, Sept. 23, 1865/citing reason for delay of shipment of goods due to break in RR line.

CX.1.60 Letter from Langley, Satterlee & Blackwell Co., Sept. 30, 1865/to Carter and Alexander expressing regret that goods shipped had not been received by them.

CX.1.61 Letter from W.V. Bruner, Sept. 26, 1865/replay to Carter as to setting up a laundry.

CX.1.67 Letter from E.J. Miller, Oct. 1865/reply to order for shades (?).

CX.1.69 Letter from M.V. Bener, Oct. 5, 1865/informing of shirt prices.

CX.1.70 Letter from Langley, Satterlee, Blackwell & Co., Oct. 5, 1865/advising as to collecting damages on shipped goods.

CX.1.483 Correspondence to Carter & Alexander from N.A.H. (?), NY, Oct. 10, 1865/re: shipment of goods (coats)-cloth.

CX.1.445 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from Stace, Morrison & Co. (?), Rochester, Oct. 11, 1866/re: draft, statement & shipment.

CX.1.429 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from Daner (?), Nov. 30, 1865, NY/re: % owed for exchange payment of shipment.

(1866)
CX.1.481 Correspondence to Carter from R.F. Taylor at Cincinnati, OH, Feb. 3, 1866/re: stocks-company lands and workman-wells intent to build store to supply miners.

CX.1.30 Letter from E. Tweeds, Feb. 1866/stating Carter & Alexander account is behind and requests sizable payment.

CX.1.27 Letter from Lee Bliss & Co., Feb. 10, 1866/invitation to view goods and prices.

CX.1.28 Letter from Stace, Morrison & Co., Feb. 8, 1866/insuring stock and prices will be acceptable.

CX.1.29 Letter from Stace, Morrison & Co., Feb. 12, 1866/regarding sending of samples.

CX.1.452 Correspondence to Carter & Alexander from E. Brady, Pithole City, Feb. 15, 1866/re: draft, coat not fitting.

CX.1.814 Letter to Messrs. Carter & Alexander from Miner Beal & Co., Boston, Feb. 24, 1866/re: error in prices made by salesman-the orders-lots-out of tacks-the stock, etc.

CX.1.24 Letter from Sace Morrison, May 22, 1866/concerning order of "Melton" for making coats.

CX.1.36 Letter from Stace Morrison Co., Sept. 3, 1866/coats ordered are being sent.

CX.1.426 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from McEwen (?), Shaffer, PA, Oct. 1, 1866/re: suit of clothes not received.

CX.1.425 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from S.M. Comstock, Oct. 3, 1866/re: canceling Titusville visit-to Buffalo-furs.

CX.1.22 Letter from Langley, Satterlee, Blackwell & Co., Oct. 9, 1866/in reference to an order for "Scotch cups."

CX.1.487 Correspondence dated Oct. 23, 1866-American Express Co./re: delivery for J.J. Carter-package.

(1867)
CX.1.38 Note from Edmund Tweedy, Jan. 8, 1867/request for past due account.

CX.1.461 Correspondence to John J. Carter from Stace, Morrison & Co., Rochester, Jan. 9, 1867/re: clothing business.

CX.1.451 Correspondence to John J. Carter from Stace, Morrison & Co., Rochester, Feb. 16, 1867/re: bank business & shipments

CX.1.71 Letter from Stacey, Morrison & Co., March 9, 1867/requesting more time for delivery of a suit.

CX.1.471 Bill-Hatch, Johnson & Co., 1867/statement (March 17).

CX.1.464 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from H. Exstein, Buffalo, July 4, 1867/re: order-collars.

CX.1.466 Correspondence to Mr. John J. Carter from A.S. Haver, Petroleum Center, Aug. 12, 1867/re: why money has not yet been paid.

CX.1.468 Correspondence to John J. Carter from James Harris, Petroleum Center, Aug. 12, 1867/re: detaining order until later.

CX.1.476 Correspondence to John J. Carter from Cashier of Farmers' & Mechanics Bank, Aug. 12, 1867/re: business.

CX.1.477 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from Miner, Beal & Co., Boston, Aug. 15, 1867/re: payment-business matters-coat; new stock of goods.

CX.1.465 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from Cone and Exstein, Buffalo, Aug. 17, 1867/re: bill for collar orders-Titusville retail trade.

CX.1.478 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from M.L. Comstock, Buffalo, Aug. 17, 1867/re: stock of furs and hats.

CX.1.474 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from P. Corbitt & Co., NY, Aug. 20, 1867/re: order-bill.

CX.1.470 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from A.S. Haver, Petroleum Center, Aug. 22, 1867/re: part-payment enclosed.

CX.1.472 Correspondence to J. J. Carter from Lovecraft & Goodrich, Rochester, NY, Aug. 22, 1867/re: business-coat measurements received.

CX.1.475 Correspondence to John J. Carter from Jno. A. Morrison, Rochester, Aug. 23, 1867/re: conversation with Stace-change in the firm.

CX.1.473 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from Hatch, Johnson & Co., NY, Aug. 25, 1867/re: bill.

CX.1.467 Correspondence to Carter from E.S. Fouler (?), New Haven, Aug. 24, 1867/re: business matters-Bitters/payment.

CX.1.443 Correspondence to Messrs.? from John Whittaker, Oct. 30, 1867/re: shipment never received.

CX.1.434 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from R.? & White, NY, Oct. 30, 1867/re: order for clothing.

CX.1.423 Correspondence to Mr. Carter from Hatch, Johnson & Co., Nov. 7, 1867/re: lost draft.

CX.1.455 Correspondence to Mr. J. Carter from Waterhouse, _______ & Co., NY/re: going out of business sale-Dec. 9, 1867.

CX.1.447 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from S.F. Gould, Dec. 17, 1867/re: J. Gould Estate-payment overdue.

CX.1.424 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from R. Laneport, Dec. 19, 1867/re: draft for settlement of payment-collar price.

CX.1.421 Correspondence to J. Carter from hatch, Johnson & Co., Dec. 21, 1867/re: money-drafts.

CX.1.456 Correspondence to John J. Carter from Cone & Exstein (?), Dec. 24, 1867/re: bill not paid.

CX.1.457 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from Water, ______ & Co., NY, Dec. 28, 1867/re: draft.

(1907)
CX.1.403 Statement, July 1, 1907, James McCutcheon & Co., for items sold to Mrs. A.B. Sharp, Steubenville, OH, (dry goods).

(UNDATED)

CX.1.406 Note from L. Druland (?)/re: order.

CX.1.422 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from C.G. Esler, Oct. 30, (?)/re: wanting business suit.

CX.1.469 Bill to Ely/re: suit measurements.

Whipple Farm, McKean Co., Pennsylvania

No Date

CX.1.341(A14) Whipple Farm-survey with map; bill of 10 acres lease-Schoonover Farm.

(1870-1874)
CX.1.313 Settlement of F.H. Gibbs and his interests-Whipple Farm-bank drafts and personal note 1870-1874.

(1876)
CX.1.316 Copy of oil lease-a. Whipple with S.A. Whipple and S.H. Bradley dated Dec. 9, 1876.

(1877)
CX.1.340(A13) Whipple Farm oil statements on Whipple Farm; copy of A. Whipple % with Olean Pipe Line; statement of tank conditions on Whipple Farm, 1877 (2 pieces).

CX.1.314 Copy of oil Lease-A. Whipple to J.L. Lewis-Whipple Farm dated June 1, 1877.

CX.1.315 Copy of Oil lease-A. Whipple to E.L. Bowen-Whipple Farm dated June 28, 1877.

CX.1.337(A9) Oil Lease-Whipple Farm-A. Whipple to John J. Carter, July 31, 1877.

CX.1.342(A19) Whipple Farm-A. Whipple & Geo. Sisley, copy lease, Aug. 20, 1877.

CX.1.331(A2) Whipple Farm Agreement-A. Whipple and J.J. Carter, Nov. 2,1877.

CX.1.285 (A) Deed-Commonwealth of PA to William Bingham dated Dec. 14, 1792-an agreement made by Alfred Whipple and John J. Carter on Nov. 2, 1877 (B).

CX.1.317 Brief of Title-Whipple Farm-with map, Dec. 1, 1877.

CX.1.335(A7) Bond-Whipple Farm-John J. Carter to A. Whipple, Dec. 1, 1877.

CX.1.332(A3) Whipple Farm-Deed-a. Whipple & Wife to J.J. Carter & F.H. Gibbs, Dec. 1, 1877.

CX.1.333(A4) Quit-Claim Deed-Whipple Farm-A. Whipple & Wife to John J. Carter & F.H. Gibbs Dec. 1, 1877.

CX.1.334(A6) Quit-Claim Deed-Whipple Farm-F.H. Gibbs & Wife to John J. Carter, Dec. 1, 1877.

CX.1.336(A8) Copy Mortgage-Whipple Farm-J.J. Carter & F.H. Gibbs to A. Whipple, Dec. 1, 1877.

CX.1.339(A12) Statement of Settlement-Whipple Farm-John J. Carter, F.H. Gibbs & A. Whipple, Dec. 1, 1878-(Memoranda).

(1878)
CX.1.338(A10) Whipple Farm-receipts-purchase & interest-various dates (6 receipts) 1878-1879.

CX.1.343(A21) Whipple Farm-Leasehold Mortgage from W.C. Warner to B.N. Hurd-oil lease from J.J. Carter to B.N. Hurd-letter of attorney to satisfy mortgage given by W.C. Warner to B.N. Hurd (4 items) 1878-1882.

(1879)
CX.1.312 Deed-Frances H. Gibbs & wife to John J. Carter dated Feb. 19, 1879-4 properties in Bradford Twp., McKean Co. (Whipple Farm).

(1887)
CX.1.344(A22) Oil lease-A Whipple with J.L. Lewis, June 1, 1887.

CX.1.280 Power of Attorney-Michael J. Noonan to Cyrus Lester dated June 1, 1896-Alfred Whipple Farm.

CX.1.279 Deed-Michael J. Noonan to John J. Carter, June 19, 1896-lease on part of Whipple Farm, Foster Twp. McKean Co.

CX.1.268 Deed-O.S. Johnson to John J. Carter, June 20, 1896-Whipple Farm, Foster Twp., McKean Co., PA.

(1890)
CX.1.222 Tenant Lease-Jno. J. Carter and D.C. Carey, March 15, 1890-for private residence on northern part of Whipple Farm.

CX.1.330 Tenant Lease between J.J. Carter and D. Carey (Whipple Farm) March 15, 1890.

CX.1.318 Agreement-Fish & Co. and J.J. Carter dated June 18, 1890-with record of monthly payments-Whipple Farm.

CX.1.286 Memorandum of Agreement between Edward W. Pierce, Edward P. Beehler, William Kronenberg, Newton C. Fish and Frank S. Martin vs. John J. Carter dated Dec. 4, 1890-cancellation of agreement to buy land from Carter around Kendall Creek.

(1898)
CX.1.302 Lease-J.J. Carter to F.W. Hunter, Whipple Farm dated April 15, 1898-land for dwelling and barn.

CX.1.174 Oil and gas leases-Whipple Farm 1879-1896.

Oil Leases and Companies including Foreign Fields (Japan, Carter, Producers, Standard, South Penn, Sistersville, Bradford Fields et.al.)

(1800)
CX.1.205 Lot 5 Deed-Brownson & Armour & wives to Jno. J. Carter and B.N. Hurd-filed July 9, 1800, Lafayette Twp., McKean.

(1854)
CX.1.355 Copy Deed from Wm. Siggings & wife to James Hulings-March 4, 1854.

(1857)
CX.1.195 Deed-Brief of Title to 4 land tracts in Bradford dated Jan. 23, 1857.

(1866)
CX.1.242 Quit Claim Deed-William Evans & Ira Stockwell to Francis H. Gibbs-recorded July 27, 1866-property in Iowa (actual date is Aug. 6, 1858).

CX.1.255 Receipt of cash of John J. Carter/Geo. Gillmor-purchase dated May 1, 1866, Lot #6.

(1869)
CX.1.239 Deed-Clinton M. Ball & Cynthia, his wife to Joseph G. Dale-filed Jan. 28,1869-indenture made July 10, 1866-property in Allegheny Twp. Venango Co.

(1870)
CX.1.354 Deed-Wm. Siggings & wife to James Hulings-Jan. 12, 1870 (record parcel near Hickory Town Road, Tionesta Twp., Venango Co.

(1876)
CX.1.201 Assignment of lease-A.W. Boyd & F.M. Johnston to State Oil Co., dated Dec. 13, 1876.

(1877)
CX.1.250 Deed-George S. Frink et al to Frank Herdic et al-dated March 28, 1877.

CX.1.245 Oil Lease-Foster Brook Property-Frank L. Herdic & Co. with John J. Carter, July 10, 1877.

CX.1.246 Oil Lease-Foster Brook Property-F.L. Herdic et al to J.J. Carter, dated July 24, 1877.

(1879)
CX.1.291 Agreement-M. Brownson to Carter & Hurd, Lot 14 & Pettinger, Jan. 1, 1879, #4004.

CX.1.329 Deed-Zinni West, Trustee to Geo. Gillman, Harvey Porter & John W. Jackson-March 10, 1879-Lafayette Twp., McKean County, Lot #6, #2243 & #2246.

CX.1.345 Deed-Joseph M. Tait to Marcus Bronnson and Robert R. Armom(?)-Nov. 17, 1879, Lafayette Twp., McKean Co., parts of Lot 5 and 2243 & 2246.

(1880)
CX.1.247 Copy of deed-Foster Brook Property-Charles Bartles, J. et al to John J. Carter-dated March 10, 1880.

CX.1.346 Deed-J.M. Tait to Marcus Bronnson-March 10, 1880, of Lafayette Coal Co., Lafayette Twp., McKean Co., east ½ of Lot #5, 2243 & 2246.

CX.1.436 Correspondence to Carter from L.B. Tilliman-Roberts & Co., Bankers-June 1, 1880; Re: business matters-problems with #2044 & 1900.

CX.1.215 Bond-John J. Carter & B.N. Hurd to M. Brownson-dated July 1, 1880, 30,000 barrels of oil.

CX.1.214 Bond-Carter & Hurd to M. Brownson-dated July 1, 1880, to deliver 15,000 barrels of oil.

CX.1.216 Mortgage-J.J. Carter & B.N. Hurd to Marcus Brownson dated Sept. 28, 1880-land in Lafayette and McKean Co.

CX.1.288 Deed-Marcus Brownson and wife to J.J. Carter & N.N. Hurd recorded July 9, 1880, parcel in Bradford and Otto Twp., McKean Co. in #4004 (Pettinger) Lot 14.

CX.1.292 Memorandum of Title-J.J. Carter, Lot 14 & Pettinger recorded July 9, 1880, #4004.

CX.1.207 Lot #5 Deed-Marcus Brownson & wife to John J. Carter and B.N. Hurd dated July 9, 1880.

CX.1.217 Mortgage-John J. Carter & B.N. Hurd to Marcus Brownson dated Sept. 28, 1880-30,000 barrels of crude.

CX.1.492 Correspondence (all together)-7 papers-1881-Re: notification of James E. Blair of intent to drill on his property and charts of first dry run.

(1881)
CX.1.405 Note regarding well drilling 1881 & 1882-sublease by Tait.

CX.1.203 Receipt of purchase-Bradford Oil Co. with F.E. Boden & J.J. Carter dated Jan. 7, 1881.

CX.1.204 Assignment-Bradford Oil Co. to F.E. Boden & J.J. Carter-Blair Farm filed Jan. 21, 1881.

CX.1.202 Deed-Bradford Oil Co. to F.E. Boden and J. J. Carter dated Jan. 21, 1881.

CX.1.240 Lease information-Alsop W. Dodge, Daniel W. Smith & Isaac Young to W.W. Neiver, James W. Hilton & F.W. Davis. Lease dated Jan. 24, 1881-property marked "Zeliff" in town of Allegany, Cattaraugus Co. NY.

CX.1.198 Mortgage-F.E. Boden & J.J. Carter to the Bradford Oil Co., filed Feb. 19, 1881.

CX.1.197 Leasehold Mortgage from F.E. Boden & J.J. Carter to the Bradford Oil Co. filed Feb. 19, 1881.

CX.1.208 Copy of lease-C.H. & H.C. Andrews by Carter & Hurd dated July 8, 1881-tank on Lafayette Coal Co. Lot #5.

CX.1.300 Deed-Curtis L. Ramsay to John J. Carter-Tram Hollow dated July 21, 1881-Otto Twp., McKean Co. #4333.

CX.1.281 Bill of sale-O'Neal House Sept. 16, 1881, on Carter Lease, Kinsua Oil District, McKean.

(1882)
CX.1.289 Indenture-B.N. Hurd and his wife to John J. Carter dated April 15, 1882 (#4004 "Pittinger") Lot 14.

CX.1.324 Deed-W.H. & Bell S. Wood to S.W. Stewart April 26, 1882; parcel of land of subdivision of Lafayette Coal Co.

CX.1.290 a. Mortgage-John J. Carter to B.N. Hurd filed May 2, 1882 Lot 14 & Pittinger #4004.
b. Letter to attorney to satisfy mortgage given by John J. Carter to B.N. Hurd assigned to Marcus Brownson-Lot 14 & Pettinger, April 28, 1882, #4004.

CX.1.213 Mortgage-John J. Carter to Marcus Brownson filed May 2, 1882; parcels in Lafayette Twp., McKean Co.

CX.1.206 Lot #5, receipt in full-M. Brownson to Carter & Hurd dated May 3, 1882; 36,000 barrels of crude.

CX.1.238 Lease-Jno. J. Carter to United Pipe Lines dated June 23, 1882; parcel in Foster (formerly Bradford) Twp., McKean Co.

CX.1.193 Deed-Annie M. Archbold & John D. Archbold to the Acme Oil Co. of PA dated Sept. 30, 1882.

CX.1.287 Warranty deed-H.B. Porter and Mary A., his wife to George Gillmor, Titusville, PA, filed Nov. 22, 1882; parcel in Lafayette Twp., McKean Co.

CX.1.257 Mortgage-Gillmor to W.H. Wallace filed Nov. 27, 1882; land in Lafayette Twp., McKean Co.

(1883)
CX.1.249 Deed-Herdic et ux to Jno. J. Carter dated March 23, 1883.

CX.1.248 Deed-Foster Brook Property; C. Bartles Jr. to John J. Carter dated April 27, 1883.

CX.1.348 Deed-Charles Willing & Phineas P. Morris to Joseph M. Tait July 20, 1883; parcel of land of Bingham Estate, Lafayette Twp., McKean Co.

(1884)
CX.1.196 Deed-F.E. Boden to John J. Carter filed March 28, 1884.

CX.1.187 Sale of leasehold to Bradford Co., by F.E. Boden to John J. Carter March 28, 1884.

CX.1.192 Deed-Acme Oil Co. of PA to Emma Gibbs Carter dated May 12, 1884.

CX.1.328 Assignment of mortgage July 11, 1884-W.H. Wallace to W.B. & E.T. Roberts; property in Lafayette Twp., McKean Co.

CX.1.293 Receipts & checks-B.N. Hurd-Lot 14 & Pettinger Jan. 1, 1882-Sept. 1884 #4004.

(1885)
CX.1.418 Post card to father (F. Gibbs)-1885-re: price on Dutchman lot and farm, price, Cogley Run Well from Chas.

CX.1.184 Agreement-Bovard and Sayfang with L.E. Andrews, 1885; parcel of land McKean Co.

CX.1.179 Deed to Joseph Seep for property in Elk Co., 36 lease items Conley Run (1885-1892).

CX.1.200 Mortgage-Bovaird & Seyfang to A.G. Dow dated Jan. 29, 1885; transfer of promissory notes McKean Co., City of Bradford.

CX.1.419 Correspondence to John J. Carter, Bradford, from F.H. Gibbs Feb. 9, 1885-re: acreage and farm, wells, 100 acres of Dutchman Farm.

CX.1.199 Deed-D. Bovaird et al to John J. Carter dated July 11, 1885; 18,000 acres in McKean Co., PA.

(1886)
CX.1.276 List of Liens-George Gillmor-April 29, 1886; #2243, 2246 (Lot #6); Lafayette, McKean Co.

CX.1.256 Warranty Deed-George Gillmor & wife to John J. Carter recorded May 6, 1886; parcel in Lafayette Twp., McKean Co.

CX.1.366 Correspondence to Dr. G. Shamburg, West Hickory from J.T. Brooks, Pittsburgh Aug. 3, 1886; re: stocks & financial affairs.

CX.1.226 Bill of sale-J.J. Carter & Farnsworth & Co. dated Oct. 18, 1886; Farnsworth, Tidewater, Hague leases in Sheffield Twp., Warren Co.

CX.1.221 Mortgage-John J. Carter to E.O. Emerson dated Nov. 2, 1886; property in Mead and Sheffield Twp., Warren Co.

CX.1.243 Deed-E.O. Emerson to John J. Carter recorded Nov. 2, 1886; Sheffield Twp., Warren Co., PA.

(1887)
(B) 179 other items: 3 letters (copies) notifying of dry well-1887.
CX.1.440 Correspondence to A.E. Hess, P.F. Cribbs & G.M. Cushing from J.J. Carter March 8, 1887; re: Standard Oil Co., NY trip, appointment as producer.

CX.1.325 List of Liens vs. S.W. Stewart June 27, 1887, Court of Common Pleas, McKean Co.

CX.1.266 Memorandum showing settlement between Hickory Farm Oil Co. and West Hickory Oil and Mining Co. Stock certificates included: a. Hickory Farm Oil Co.--#449; 73, 147 shares-owner, John J. Carter dated Oct. 5, 1887; b. Hickory Farm Oil Co.--#450; 8,539 shares-owner John J. Carter dated Oct. 6, 1887; c. West Hickory Oil & Mining Co.--#166; 137,590 shares-owner John J. Carter dated March 25, 1887; d. West Hickory Oil & Mining Co.--#167; 15,750 shares-owner John J. Carter dated Oct. 6, 1887.

(1888)
CX.1.13 Combinations: their uses and abuses with a history of the Standard Oil Trust-1888.

CX.1.275 Mortgage N. Moore & F.H. Langworthy to John J. carter filed Jan. 24, 1888; Sheffield Twp., Warren Co. (#205 & #204).

CX.1.356 Deed-Co. Com. to J.J. Carter-1888-June 12; parcel of Pettinger Property, Otto Twp., McKean Co. (tax sale).

CX.1.410 Telegram to G.L. Roberts from J.J. Carter Aug. 6, 1888; re: office ownership.

CX.1.363 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from J.M. Armstrong, Bradford, PA, Aug. 17, 1888; re: property lease warrant #3728 & 1566.

CX.1.273 Oil lease-G.G. Messenger with Jno. J. Carter and J.M. Armstrong dated Aug. 25, 1888; Spring Creek, Elk Co. (3737, 3736).

(1889)
CX.1.319 Lease between J. William Willis and B.F. Williams Jan. 30, 1889; former property of Frank L. Herdie in Foster Twp., McKean Co.

CX.1.31 Letter from E.L. Keith Feb. 22, 1889 concerning lease of houses in Derrick City by E. McLean.

CX.1.237 Assignment of Bond & Mortgage given by John J. Carter and Joseph M. Tait dated March 27, 1889; land and wells in Lafayette Twp., McKean Co.

CX.1.437 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from B.N. Hurd, NY, April 2, 1889; re: mortgages, health matters, worried Duran will get land.

CX.1.373 Correspondence to Geo. Paton from Attorney of John J. Carter May 2, 1889; re: lease from Dodge & Smith plus copy (Tait).

CX.1.402 Correspondence to John J. Carter from Jas. W. Hilton May 2, 1889; re: validity of oil lease; Carter to cease drilling on Lots 2 & 4, Allegany Twp., Cattaraugus Co., NY.

CX.1.220 Mortgage-John J. Carter to the Enterprise Transit Co., Ltd., dated May 8, 1889; land in town of Allegany, Cattaraugus Co., NY.

CX.1.26 Letter to General L. Roberts, May 20, 1889; concerning conditions for leasing property in Derrick City.

CX.1.349 Deed-Joseph M. Tait & wife to John J. Carter Nov. 27, 1889; property in Lafayette Twp., McKean Co.

(1890)
CX.1.225 Memorandum & agreement between J.J. Carter & N.C. Fish dated June 18, 1890; land in Bradford Twp., McKean Co.

CX.1.282 Memorandum of Agreement-Oakshade Property-John J. Carter/Albert H. Gregory & John F. Lawson Aug. 21, 1890; Ren and Hodge Farms, Knox City.

CX.1.299 Agreement-Rogers and J. J. Carter dated Aug. 22, 1890; sale of property and equipment, Bradford.

CX.1.352 Mortgage-John J. Carter to S.H. Smith & J.F. Davis Sept. 25, 1890; parcel in town of Allegany, Cattaraugus Co.

CX.1.254 Deed-E.B. Grandin and wife to John J. Carter recorded Oct. 27, 1890; 100 acres in Lafayette Twp., McKean Co.

CX.1.350 Mortgage-J.M. Tait to J.J. Carter Feb. 11, 1891; property in Lafayette Twp., McKean Co.

CX.1.351 Oil and gas lease from J.M. Tait to J.J. Carter June 2, 1890.

CX.1.365 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from A. Hochstetter, Buffalo, Dec. 12, 1890; re: property James R. Fleming Farm, Cherrytree Twp., Venango Co.

(1891)
CX.1.296 Stock certificate-Producers Oil Co., Ltd., #1005-50 shares; Andrew Hertzel May 1, 1891.

CX.1.358 Quit-Claim Deed-S.W. Stewart & wife to W.H. Wood May 22, 1891; parcel of Lafayette Coal Co., property, McKean Co., Lot #6, 2243, 2246.

CX.1.322 Quit-Claim Deed-Joseph G. Wright & wife to Wm. H. Wood June 2, 1891; parcel in Lafayette and McKean Co., part of Lafayette Coal Co. land.

CX.1.323 Deed-Wm. H. Wood & wife to John J. Carter June 8, 1891; subdivision of lands of Lafayette Coal Co.

CX.1.326 Certificate of Recorder against Liens-Joseph or S.W. Stewart June 12, 1891.

CX.1.327 Certificate of Proth'y against Liens-J. Wright June 12, 1891.

(1892)
CX.1.298 Deed-L. Rogers to C.A. Backer, Lafayette Twp., McKean Co., dated June 13, 1892 #2243 & 2246.

(1894)
CX.1.353 Indenture of Mortgage by J.J. Carter to Joseph Seep June 2, 1894; mortgage for property in town of Allegany, NY, satisfied.

CX.1.384 (Newspaper) open letter to Hon. J.W. Lee from J.B. Morrow, Foxburg, June 4, 1894; re: oil business-proxy.

CX.1.194 Deed-C.H. Backer to John J. Carter dated Nov. 15, 1894 for 25 acres, Lafayette Twp.

(1895)
CX.1.520 Booklet-By-laws and rules and regulations of Pure Oil Co.-revised June 20, 1900, incorporated Nov. 8, 1895.

(1896)
CX.1.171 Record of shares in Producers Oil Co. Ltd., Warren, PA 1896 and blank receipt book.

CX.1.378 6 blank copy sheets dated April 11, 1896; re: managers of the Producers & Refiners Oil Co., Lim.

CX.1.362 Correspondence-J.J. Carter from Samuel Grumbine, Titusville, PA, Aug. 29, 1896; re: Alward's property.

(1897)
CX.1.404 Correspondence to J.D. Archbold from C.F. Lufkin Feb. 5, 1897; re: visiting Singapore, Japan.

CX.1.416 Annual meeting of the Producers Oil Co., Limited, June 1897; re: shares.

(1898)
CX.1.297 a. printed letter to Stockholders of the Producers Oil Co., Ltd., Warren, PA, June 7, 1898; b. copy of resolution and letter of agreement with Carter-stockholders' meeting Feb. 8, 1901.

(1899)
CX.1.321 Empty sheet-"wells drilled during recapitulation" 1899.

CX.1.828 Part only Page 49-52-lists of stockholders and number of shares and by the Liquidating Committee the votes cast June 14, 1899.

CX.1.320 Summary sheet of wells drilled in 1899.

(1900)
CX.1.399 Correspondence to J.D. Archbold, NY, from Jno. C. Machale, Yokohama, Japan Jan. 22, 1900; re: reports of Japanese oil fields.

CX.1.74 Letter to N.F. Clark, South Penn Oil Co., Oct. 25, 1900.

(1901)
CX.1.269 Treasurer's deed from John W. Campbell, treasurer of McKean Co., to Elisha K. Kane recorded Feb. 15, 1901; tax sale-transferred to Carter #2243, subdivision #9.

(1902)
CX.1.391 Summary to the directors of International Oil Co., Ltd., Yokohama Dec. 1902; re: summary of observation told in brief manner to the future prospects of developing "petroleum" in Hokkaido.

(1903)
CX.1.359 Indenture June 1, 1903, between the State Oil Co. & South Penn Oil Co.-land in Highland Twp., Elk Co.

CX.1.361 Indenture June 1, 1903, between the State Oil Co. & South Penn Oil Co.-parcels situated in the town of Allegheny, Cattaraugus Co., NY.

CX.1.360 Indenture June 1, 1903, between the State Oil Co. & South Penn Oil Co.-parcels in Otto and Bradford Twps., McKean Co.

CX.1.590 Letter to F.L. Barstow, Esq., NY-Oct. 8, 1903; re: Ishikari District; wells drilled; tank stations; International Oil Co., Ltd., and leases; land; Kiyomap District; Mukawa District.

CX.1.591 Letter to F.L. Barstow, Esq., NY-Oct. 14, 1903; re: Wells #1 and #2 shipping oil; building tank steamers for the oil; Naoyetsu.

(1905)
CX.1.382 Itinerary of the inspection party for the year 1905, Oct. 13-27.

CX.1.252 (Copy) Lease-Gibbs Farm, Clarion Co., PA-D.O. White, W.I McDowell from Jno. J. Carter, April 16, 1905.

(1907)
CX.1.552 Booklet from the directors of the Standard Oil Co. to its employees and stockholders, Aug. 1907.

(1910)
CX.1.396 Gas possibilities of Southern California, Aug. 22, 1910 (13 pages).

(1911)
CX.1.375 Correspondence to Col. John J. Carter from H.C. Bedford, Feb. 28, 1911; re: territory now carried by United Fuel Gas Co.

CX.1.376 Correspondence to Col. John J. Carter from H.C. Bedford, Feb. 28, 1911; re: Mr. Robert Hampton's service.

CX.1.66 Letter to A.C. Bodford, March 2, 1911, in reply to question as to profitability of certain WVA leases.

CX.1.40 Letter from John Worthington, South Penn Oil Co., March 14, 1911; reply to request for possible productivity of 13 WVA counties.

CX.1.41 Letter to J.G. Pew, Hope Natural Gas Co., April 3, 1911; request for accounting of leases & wells by Hope, South Penn and United Fuel.

CX.1.43 Letter from John Pew, Hope Natural Gas Co., April 4, 1911; reply to Carter's letter of April 3, 1911.

CX.1.44A Letter to George Crawford, United Fuel Gas Co., April 5, 1911.

CX.1.42 Letter from F.W. Crawford, United Fuel Gas Co., April 5, 1911; reply to Carter's letter of April 3, 1911.

CX.1.381 Correspondence to ???? from J.J. Carter April 8, 1911; re: leases of several companies belonging to Standard Oil Co.

CX.1.380 Correspondence to Col. J.J. Carter from John Pew, Hope Natural Gas Co., Pittsburgh, April 10, 1911; re: getting information for Carter.

CX.1.417 Correspondence to Col. John J. Carter from J. Tonkin (?), April 17, 1911; re: wells drilled by the Clarksburg Light & Heat Co. and the Monongahela Development Co., records of the wells in Harrison, Lewis and Doddridge Counties.

CX.1.45 Letter to John Tonkin, April 19, 1911 acknowledging report of Clarksburg Light & Heat Co. leases holdings and wells drilled.

CX.1.46 Letter from E.E. Crocker, South Penn Oil Co., April 27, 1911; report of lease holdings and wells of South Penn Oil Co.

CX.1.47 Letter from George Crawford, United Fuel Gas Co., May 2, 1911, indicating report of leases and wells being done by Mr. Wolfe letter from Wolfe and table of wells.

CX.1.48 Letter to George Crawford, United Fuel Gas Co., May 3, 1911 acknowledging receiving report from May 3, 1911.

CX.1.49 Letter from E.E. Crocker, South Penn Oil Co., May 13, 1911; statement of acreage, number of wells and producing sands in PA &WVA.

CX.1.50 Letter to John Pew, May 22, 1911 indicating receipt requested and future meeting date in Pittsburgh.

CX.1.51 Letter from E.E. Crocker, May 24, 1911 suggesting meeting date.

CX.1.52 Letter from John Worthington, May 24, 1911 indicating meeting date preference.

CX.1.53 Letter from E.E. Crocker, May 25, 1911 indicating a list of dry holes drilled by South Penn Oil was included (list not available).

CX.1.54 Letter to E.E. Crocker, May 25, 1911, dates of meeting of committee of gas and oil companies.

CX.1.55 Letter to John J. Pew, May 25, 1911 informing of committee meeting date and time.

CX.1.56 Letter from John Tonkin, June 7, 1911 complying with request for accounting of acreage, leases and rentals, Clarksburg Light & Heat.

CX.1.57 Letter from J.B. Corrin, Hope Natural Gas Co., June 10, 1911 complying with request of leases and wells.

(1912)
CX.1.497 Correspondence (all together) Dec. 1912; correspondence written between John J. Carter and A.C. Bedford; re: Carter Oil Co. employees, dates of employment, occupations, salaries, etc. (9 items and 7 blank copies of notification of raises).

(1913)
CX.1.51c Expense account book, No. 2510 representing the Carter Oil Co., Sistersville, WVA, Dec. 17, 1913-Dec. 20, 1913.

(1914)
CX.1.21A Letter from George McCaulley to Carter explaining absence of Mr. Harrington (Sistersville), Jan. 26, 1914.

CX.1.21 Letter to George McCaulley, Jan. 26, 1914 concerning supervision & protocol at Sistersville, WVA.

CX.1.408 Items of business to be presented to Mr. A.C. Bedford in NY, March 10, 1914, the Carter Oil Co.

CX.1.493 Correspondence (all together-5 letters)-1914-Carter letters; re: F.C. Harrington and Carter Oil Co., his absences from work, drinking problem.

CX.1.498 Correspondence (all together-8 letters)-1914-correspondence written between John J. Carter and A.C. Bedford; re: the Carter Oil Co., Carter's resignation.

CX.1.491 Correspondence (all together-4 letters)-2 letters to Mr. W.J. Judge, NY, from J.J. Carter and 2 letters to J.J. Carter from W.J. Judge-1914; re: James L. Cluley to China.

(1915)
CX.1.388 Correspondence to Mr. A.C. Bedford from J.J. Carter Feb. 12, 1915; re: the Carter Oil Co., Carter to terminate services as President and General Manager of company.

CX.1.460 Correspondence to John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford, NY, Feb. 13, 1915; re: business matters-Carter Oil Co. in Oklahoma.

CX.1.389 Correspondence to Col. John J. Carter from H.C. Bedford Feb. 18, 1915; re: 3 shares/charges-memorandums and the Carter Oil Co., Oklahoma Division.

CX.1.446 Correspondence to John D. Archbold from J.J. Carter by date of Feb. 19, 1915; re: services with the Carter Oil Co. & services with the Standard Oil Co.; travels to Japan, California, NY, oil lands, Oklahoma, governing the company, with letter attached to J.J. Carter from J.D. Archbold Feb. 15, 1915; re: Oklahoma transaction, Carter Oil Co.

CX.1.390 Correspondence to A.C. Bedford from J.J. Carter Feb. 19, 1915; re: the Carter Oil Co. and the Carter Oil Co., Oklahoma Division.

CX.1.442 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from Mr. Harrington April 10, 1915; re: properties-Tulsa business trip.

CX.1.494 Note to Col. John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford May 3, 1915; re: annual meeting of stockholders of the Carter Oil Co. (proxy)

CX.1.500 Telegram to Geo. A. Eckbert from J.J. Carter May 7, 1915; re: meeting adjournal.

CX.1.503 Correspondence (2 letters) to Col. John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford May 12, 1915; re: Harrington to meet with Teagle in Toronto and letter to A.C. Bedford from J.J. Carter May 11, 1915; re: inspection of company properties in Ohio and WVA-the trip.

CX.1.502 Correspondence to A.C. Bedford from J.J. Carter May 29, 1915; re: gasoline, summer consumption of gasoline surplus and election of officers.

CX.1.501 Correspondence (2 letters) to A.C. Bedford from J.J. Carter June 2, 1915; re: the Carter Oil Co. and to Col. John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford June 1, 1915; re: election of officers.

CX.1.499 Correspondence to John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford June 3, 1915; re: canceling Titusville trip, gasoline stocks.

CX.1.505 Correspondence (2 notes) to A.C. Bedford from J.J. Carter June 9, 1915; re: meeting postponed and note to Col. John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford June 8, 1915; re: postponing meeting of Carter Oil Co.

CX.1.412 Correspondence to Col. John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford June 24, 1915; re: postponing meeting of the Carter Oil Co.

CX.1.411 Telegram to John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford June 25, 1915; re: postpone July 9th meeting.

CX.1.409 Correspondence to F.C. Harrington, Sistersville, WVA from J. Carter June 26, 1915; re: successful trip and report-annual NY meeting-to visit Sistersville.

CX.1.508 Correspondence July 1915 between John J. Carter and A.C. Bedford; re: retirement of Geo. A. Eckbert from the Carter Oil Co., plan of annuities.

CX.1.504 Correspondence (2 letters) to A.C. Bedford from J.J. Carter July 2, 1915; re: Titusville visit and letter to Col. John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford dated July 1, 1915; re: Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Titusville trip.

CX.1.506 Correspondence to A.C. Bedford from J.J. Carter July 15, 1915 requesting title for his position; re: service to the Standard Oil Co. (NJ), and letter to Col. John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford July 13, 1915; re: Standard Oil Co. retiring from Carter Oil Co.

CX.1.507 Correspondence to A.C. Bedford from J.J. Carter July 15, 1915; re: election of directors of the Carter Oil Co., meeting and letter to A.C. Bedford from J.J. Carter July 21, 1915; re: election of directors of the Carter Oil Co.; by-laws and letter to John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford July 13, 1915; re: board of directors to the Carter Oil Co. election, accounting method and by-laws.

CX.1.509 Correspondence to A.C. Bedford from J.J. Carter July 16, 1915; re: stock in Carter Oil Co. and Standard Oil Co. and letter to Col. John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford July 13, 1915; re: shares in the Carter Oil Co. and Standard Oil Co., stock to be surrendered.

CX.1.512 Correspondence to A.C. Bedford from J.J. Carter July 20, 1915; re: the change-Carter no longer President of the Carter Oil Co.; stock and letter to Col. John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford July 19, 1915; re: stock surrender.

CX.1.510 Correspondence to A.C. Bedford from J.J. Carter July 21, 1915; re: "What's in a Name" and letter to John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford July 19, 1915; re: "Producing Expert" of the Standard Oil Co., (NJ)-Carter's title in the Standard Oil Co.

CX.1.511 Correspondence to A.C. Bedford from J.J. Carter July 21, 1915; re: Smith and Dunn agreement and letter to Col. John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford July 19, 1915; re: Mr. Smith from Smith and Dodd-unfairly treated in the Carter Oil Co. using his inventions without royalties.

CX.1.413 Correspondence to Col. John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford Aug. 5, 1915; re: Bayonne, necessity of a secretary, not transferring to Standard Oil Co. (NJ), Tuscarora Oil Co.

CX.1.495 Correspondence (2 letters) to A.C. Bedford from J.J. Carter Aug. 11, 1915; re: trip to Canadian Rockies, Vancouver, Washington, Oregon, California; Bedford to take over and letter to Col. John J. Carter from A.C. Bedford Aug. 9, 1915; re: possible eligibility as a director of Standard Oil Co.

(1943)
CX.1.10 Prospectus-Dec. 20, 1943-Investors Mutual, Inc.

(1946)
CX.1.8 Pamphlet-Sunshine in the Rockies (2 copies)-Dec. 1946; Dept of Information of the American Petroleum Institute.

(1947)
CX.1.9 Brochure-Oklahoma, the State that Oil Built (2 copies)-1947.

(No Dates)
CX.1.251 Assignments (in one envelope) marked #11:
a. Franchot to Williams
b. Agreement between Castler & Herdic & Co. & Hougel
c. Dons & Hill to Williams
d. Caster to Dons & Williams
e. Caster to Willis & Hill
f. Tyler & White to Don's Williams
g. U.S. Circuit Court certificate

CX.1.367 Lots #5 & 6-7 & 9 (38 listed) transactions.

CX.1.368 Lot 14 & Pettinger (8 listed) transactions.

CX.1.395 Maps:
1. Relationship of oil fields to the old lake regions and swamps of California.
2. Probable distribution of land & water during Eucene time
3. Probable distribution of land & water during Lower Miocene time.
4. Probable distribution of land & water during Upper Miocene time.
5. Probable distribution of land & water during Pliocene time.
6. Map-distribution of the possible gas producing areas of California.

CX.1.400 Note to Mr. Eaton from Mr. Gibbs; re: order of payment to Mr. Kendall.

CX.1.295 List of certificates of the capital stock at Producers Oil Co., Ltd., delivered to John J. Carter.

CX.1.420 Agreement between Carter and Tait; re: land, oil, royalties-Harrisburg Run.

CX.1.294 Certificates of stock-Producers Oil Co., Ltd.

CX.1.44 Correspondence to following companies: South Penn Oil, Hope Natural Gas, Reserve Gas, River Gas, Clarksburg Heat & Light, Monongahela Development, Carter Oil.

CX.1.175 Abstract of Title to 50 acres of land in Bradford Twp., McKean Co. of PA.

CX.1.538 Booklet-an expose of the Standard Oil monopoly, its origin, designs, operations and dangers to be apprehended from its success; a little light for R.R. Stockholders and suggestions for producers.

CX.1.515 Booklet-Rules and Regulations of the Producers Oil Co., Limited.

CX.1.589 Letter to Mr. W.K Cliverley, Vice President, the Chase National Bank, NY City; re: trustees of John J. Carter Trust Beneficiaries of Trust-Carter Poore and Hugh Herndon, Jr.; stocks of Standard Oil and National Fuel Gas.

CX.1.401 In regard to Tait and Carter-royalties on Lot #2.

CX.1.14 Pamphlet-French Creek Navigable.

(1887-1911)
CX.1.168 Western Union Telegrams, March 9, 1887-April 6, 1911; oil business.

Correspondence with Theodore N. Barnsdall (Quapaw Gas Co., Pride of the West Mining & Milling Co.)

(1901)
CX.1.798 To J. J. Carter from T.N. Barnsdall, Pittsburgh Aug. 6, 1901; re: selling Jackson Ridge Property, wells, production, land that is left over, acres of land, drilling and other property.

(1901)
CX.1.787 Note to J.J. Carter from T.N. Barnsdall by A.W. Lewis Aug. 25, 1902; re: collateral note-Columbia National Note; Pride of the West Stock signed by A.M. Lewis.

(1902)
CX.1.804 Letter to J.J. Carter from T.N. Barnsdall, Denver, Colorado, 8/11/1902; re: money matters ($25,000).

CX.1.802 Note to J.J. Carter from T.N. Barnsdall 11/13/1902; re: Power of Atty. For stock matters.

CX.1.801 Letter to Mr. J.J. Carter from T.N. Barnsdall 12/18/1902; re: money & note.

(1903)
CX.1.781 Note to T.N. Barnsdall from J.J. Carter Feb. 9, 1903; re: Mr. John C. McKenna of Bradford seeking position with Barnsdall-a word on his behalf.

CX.1.786 Note to T.N. Barnsdall from Harry G. Feb. 10, 1903; re: $20,000 note-Sistersville.

CX.1.785 Note to T.N. Barnsdall from J.J. Carter Feb. 19, 1903; re: the note-Sistersville-money and interest.

CX.1.779 Letter to J.J. Carter from T.N. Barnsdall March 7, 1903; re: NOTE-Commercial Bank-Barnsdall to go to Titusville-Pride of the West-prospects of "Pride of West" mining operation.

CX.1.782 Note to T.N. Barnsdall from J.J. Carter March 9, 1903; re: loan of $50,000-Seaboard National Bank of NY-cannot fulfill.

CX.1.784 Note to T.N. Barnsdall from J.J. Carter March 10, 1903; re: shares of Union Natural Gas Corp. Commercial Bank; re: money loaned without approval.

CX.1.783 Note to T.N. Barnsdall from Gear & Eckbert March 17, 1903; re: Carter & $50,000 note.

CX.1.778 Letter to T.N. Barnsdall from J.J. Carter April 25, 1903; re: note for $12,500-$50,000 note payment

CX.1.777 Letter to J.J. Carter from T.N. Barnsdall June 15, 1903; re: settlement of$12,500 note at Commercial Bank-S. Side Trust Co. check.

CX.1.774 Note to T.N. Barnsdall from J.J. Carter Aug. 7, 1903; re: note due at Commercial Bank of Titusville

CX.1.776 Letter to J.J. Carter from T.N. Barnsdall Aug. 20, 1903; re: settlement of collateral note at Commercial Bank-S. Side Trust Co. check.

CX.1.775 Letter to J.J. Carter from T.N. Barnsdall Aug. 24, 1903; re: payment of $10,000 collateral note at Commercial Bank, Titusville-S. Side Trust Co. check.

CX.1.772 Note to T.N. Barnsdall from J.J. Carter Oct. 19, 1903; re: note due (Theodore).

CX.1.821 2 Post Office receipts materials from J.J. Carter to T.N. Barnsdall Nov. 6, 1903.

CX.1.773 Note to T.N. Barnsdall from Gear & Eckbert Nov. 6, 1903; re: Pride of the West Mining & Milling Co. stock.

(1909)
CX.1.794 (3 letters)-to T.N. Barnsdall from J.J. Carter Nov. 8, 1909; re: request to meet and discuss an earlier communication about premises and to J.J. Carter from T.N. Barnsdall by A. Rainbow Sept. 25, 1909; re: letter asking Mr. Carter if he would care to invest in a gas company and Sept. 27, 1909 informing Barnsdall of Carter being away in Europe.

(1910)
CX.1.790 Letter to T.N. Barnsdall from J.J. Carter Feb. 19, 1910; re: proxy to vote my stock in the Quapaw Gas Co.

CX.1.788 Notice of annual meeting-The Quapaw Gas Co.-meeting date March 7, 1910; Carter has stock in company.

CX.1.789 Letter to John J. Carter, Titusville, from T.N. Barnsdall, Pittsburgh May 23, 1910; re: getting money over to the estate.

CX.1.793 Letter to T.N. Barnsdall, Pittsburgh from J.J. Carter June 25, 1910; re: Barnsdall to pay widow and child (orphan) for services rendered-a reminder.

CX.1.791 Letter to T.N. Barnsdall, Pittsburgh from J.J. Carter July 23, 1910; re: settlement of the C.G. Carter Estate-bonds and note.

CX.1.792 Letter to Mr. J.J. Carter from T.N. Barnsdall by A.H. Rainbow July 26, 1910; re: paying money on account-Quapaw Gas. Co.-money, Oklahoma-interstate gas line.

(1911)
CX.1.795 (2 copies) to T.N. Barnsdall from J.J. Carter Dec. 21, 1911; re: Mr. Carter requests that Barnsdall pay a 1 past due not to the estate of Mr. Charles Gibbs Carter.

(1915)
CX.1.796 (3 letters)
1. To T.N. Barnsdall, Pittsburgh, from John J. Carter April 20, 1915; re: transferring bonds in the Quapaw Gas Co. to another-losing lien on property.
2. To Geo. A. Eckbert, Esq., Titusville from T.N. Barnsdall April 19, 1915; re: the Quapaw Gas Co., bonds, Messrs. Henry L. Doherty & Co.
3. Paper dated April 19, 1915, Pittsburgh; re: proposition of Henry L. Doherty & Co. of NY-bonds of the Quapaw Gas Co. Sell and assign bonds to Messrs. Henry L. Doherty & Co. & balance due, etc.

(No Date)
CX.1.797 Letter (very hard to read) written on onion skin) to Mr. J.J. Carter from T.N. Barnsdall, Denver, Colorado, 8/11; re: money and stock.

CX.1.780 Letter to J.J. Carter from T.N. Barnsdall; re: Oil City Trust Co. note.

Correspondence/Personal, John J. Carter (Personal-Miscellaneous)

(1865)
CX.1.364 Correspondence to Cyrus Rose from "Johnnie" Charlestown, WVA, April 9, 1865; re: property near Belfast.

CX.1.65 Letter from C.W. Brandt, Sept. 25, 1865, informing of a note repaid.

CX.1.68 Letter from W.H. Sentell, Lodus Wayne, Co. NY, Oct. 18, 1865; request to forward his mail from Titusville.

(1866)
CX.1.485 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from Wm. T. Phipps, General Agent of NY, Oct. 15, 1866; re: insurance terms.

(1867)
CX.1.63 Letter from Albert S. Haver, Petroleum Centre, March 29, 1867; declining invitation for (?) and promise to send money.

CX.1.484 Correspondence to John from A.A. Aspinwall, Dec. 18, 1867; re: Castile Wyoming Co. NY School, chit cat, marriage, a sociable, democratic paper to get started, people, etc.

CX.1.479 Correspondence to John J. Carter from A.A. Aspinwall, NY, Aug. 11, 1867; re: indebtness to Mr. Fowler for insurance policy, account matters.

CX.1.480 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from John Brown, NY, Aug. 21, 1867; re: "John Brown".

(1868)
CX.1.598 Letter to Carter from X. Pond, Mich., Jan. 19, 1868; re: Chicago attys. And Reynolds affair, sleighing.

(1872)
CX.1.59 To J.J. Carter Sept. 19, 1873; concerning securing a position for "Miss Marcy" and tuition receipt for J. Connell at Rochester Collegiate Academy.

CX.1.431 Correspondence to Mr. Carter from J.J. Connell, Oct. 31, 1872, Rochester; re: copying letter, debate, school.

(1873)
CX.1.430 Correspondence to Mr. Carter from Connell Feb. 19, 1873, Rochester; re: school and routine schedule.

CX.1.58 Letter from A.J. Barrett, March 1, 1873; expressing sympathy.

CX.1.450 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from Jno. J. Connell, Rochester, NY, March 30, 1873; re: health, school, activities.

(1877)

CX.1.433 Correspondence to Mr. Carter from H.J. Hoyt, Butler Co., Bank, Millerstown, PA, June 18, 1877; re: very busy since bookkeeper is away, overdue payment to Carter.

(1880)
CX.1.459 Correspondence to John from Mr. Fox, NY, May 9, 1880; re: chit chat to medical convention in Washington.

(1887)
CX.1.584 Telegram to J.J. Carter from Horton Craig and Co., 1887; re: NY meeting.

(1888)
CX.1.489 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from S. Dayton; re: note payment draft, NY, Feb. 1, 1888.

(1889)
CX.1.444 Correspondence to John J. Carter from Edward Baldwin, NY, Dec. 3, 1889; re: bank business of F.H. Gibbs.

(1891)
CX.1.407 To the stockholders of the Canadohta Club from J.J. Carter, April 2, 1891; re: Canadohta Club Meeting.

(1896)
CX.1.127 Letter from C.H. Bagley, Corry, PA, Oct. 8, 1896; request to speak at Corry Iron Works.

CX.1.595 Letter to J.J. Carter from J.R. Wallace (Farmers and Producers National Bank), Sistersville, WVA, Oct. 21, 1896; re: check for YMCA.

(1897)
CX.1.398 Correspondence to John from Hamit G. Fox, Sept. 22, 1897; re: check received-Emma.

(1898)
CX.1.819 Letter to Mr. J.J. Carter from W.H. Collins, Buffalo, June 2, 1898; re: death of Mr. Hartwell, details, Hartwell's family, the children and the Hartwell Family.

(1902)
CX.1.619 Telegram-Roberts & Carter from J.J. Carter, Titusville, March 10, 1902; re: Mr. Roberts and Emma in Pittsburgh.

(1903)
CX.1.757 Note to "Friends" from J.J.C., June 6, 1903; re: invitation to be present at wedding ceremony and breakfast between Hugh Herndon and Alice Carter on June 19, 1903 at noon.

(1904)
CX.1.370 Note to Emma from father, John J. Carter, no date; re: overdrafts June 23, 1904.

(1915)
CX.1.824 To J.J. Carter from Jno. D. Archibold, Feb. 23, 1915; re: letter extending friendship-Mr. Rogers and Mr. Moffett-should have friendly business relationship-no "bad" feelings.

(No Year)
CX.1.438 Correspondence to Mr. Carter from J.J. Connell, Sept. 26, ?; re: school, classes.

CX.1.427 Correspondence to J.J. Carter from Mrs. C.A. Kendall, May 29; re: had written Gibbs for money, but never received any-need money for food-thinking of her children-they may starve.

Personal Correspondence To/From/Concerning: Luke Carter

CX.1.565 Certificate-Republican National Committee, 1916, for Luke Berne Carter to be member.

CX.1.496 Correspondence to Mr. Geo. A. Eckbert from Luke Berne Carter Feb. 12, 1917; re: matters concerning the "late" John J. Carter's pledge to pay $15,000 to Mr. Eckbert for trust work.

CX.1.18 Letter to L.B. Carter March 1, 1917, in reference to Luke handling "trust", signed G.A. Eckbert.

CX.1.372 American Biography, Col. John Joyce Carter-Man of Affairs-Civil War Veteran-order by Luke B. Carter, Titusville, PA.

CX.1.577 Certificate from American Red Cross to Luke B. Carter for service performed.

Correspondence/Personal (Personal Affects)

(1861-1864)
CX.1.191 Diary of Col. John J. Carter-notes of, by E.C. Bell, 1861-1864.

(1866)
CX.1.435 "Love" note to "Sociable" from "Guess me if you can"-Titusville, Feb. 14, 1866.

(1883)
CX.1.7 Ledger, 1883 (1).

(1885-1898)
CX.1.1 Personal checks, John J. Carter (27), 1885-1898.

(1896-1897)
CX.1.518 Notebook-diary like-Feb. 11, 896-Jan. 1897 (5 days only).

(1900)
CX.1.524 Notebook telling about money, gold & silver prices, war, misc. talk, etc.-1900.

(1902)
CX.1.799 A 16-page letter to "Dear Children" from "Father", John J. Carter, Titusville, Aug. 6, 1902; re: Mother's death 6 months ago-J.J. Carter writing to his children in regard to what to do if "I" die-"Will", the grocery store, the clothing store, etc., the oil business, R.R., school matters, the church, Emma Gibbs Carter, Carter's sister & J.J. C., "aunty Gibbs, money, Uncle Charles & Aunt Kate, nieces, insurance, Cathryn Gibbs, the servants, what items Carter's children are to get (Chas., Luke, Emma & Alice)-all in all, who gets what! Geo. A. Eckbert, etc., cancelled and withdrawn March 6, 1902.

CX.1.743 Letter to "My Dear Children" from J.J. Carter (father), Dec. 25, 1902; re: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, proper gift is $5,000.00 of the 6% gold bonds of N. American Copper Co. and 500 shares of stock, information on bonds and stock.

CX.1.172 Last will and testament of Emma Gibbs Carter, January 1902.

(1903)
CX.1.530 Booklet-In Memoriam-programmer of memorial exercises for Henry Demarest Lloyd, May 1, 1847-Sept. 1903; the Auditorium, Chicago, Nov. 29, 1902.

CX.1.521 Diary of J.J. Carter written by his "secretary"-his schedule telling whether he's at the office or not, weather, etc. 1903.

(1905)
CX.1.566 Blue print, combination steel case for J.J. Carter, Titusville, March 2, 1905.

CX.1.567 Blue print, plan of crypt-Carter.

(1906)
CX.1.542 Booklet-report of Col. John J. Carter of Titusville-visiting member of the Board of Public Charities of PA-the Crawford Co. Home for the poor, May 10, 1906.

(1908)
CX.1.374 Booklet-Constitution and By-Laws and Membership List of the Titusville Motor Club, July 10, 1908.

(1909)
CX.1.526 Booklet-dwelling inventory-John J. Carter, July 1, 1909, Barber, Cooley and Co. Ins., fire, life, accident and liability.

CX.1.527 Booklet-dwelling inventory-John J. Carter, July 20, 1909, Barber, Colley and Co. Ins., fire, life, accident and liability.

CX.1.385 Possible "Passport" to permit John J. Carter & wife to travel, giving them lawful aid and protection, July 28, 1909; issued from Department of State, Washington, DC.

(1911)
CX.1.541 Booklet-settlement by John J. Carter, Jan. 14, 1911; indenture between John J. Carter of Titusville as settler and L.B. Carter and Geo. Eckert of Titusville, Emma Carter of Ohio and Alice Carter Herndon of NY (will?).

CX.1.522 Book/calendar from Erie Printing House, 1910-1911, important dates, shows-Harry Gerson.

CX.1.523 7 statements from Titusville Opera House, May 1911, Harry Gerson, Manager.

(1912)
CX.1.3 Hotel receipts-European (19) 1912.

(1913)
CX.1.525 Newspaper scrapbook-articles-1913.

(1917)
CX.1.575 Inventory of bungalow at Oakwood Farm, March 31, 1917.

CX.1.576 Inventory #2-1 small list.

(1921)
CX.1.573 3 copies from state of PA, Crawford Co., Harvey F. Miller, Register of Wills, April 11, 1921; re: last will and testament of J.J. Carter, late of Titusville, was probated. Luke B. Carter has guardianship of Mary Elizabeth Carter.

(Undated)
CX.1.564 Portrait of John J. Carter-3 ½"x5" surrounded by border of oil pictures.

CX.1.170 Dwelling inventory.

CX.1.765 Letter (Johannis J. Carter)-foreign language (Latin).

CX.1.371 "Valuable Recipes for Trouble" *printed on pink silky material, 3x5 inches; scripture references.

CX.1.517 Notebook-Hickory Farm memorandum of the 800 acres-inventory.

CX.1.35 Resume of Col. Carter by J.J. Carter Estate.

CX.1.588 Dwelling inventories.

CX.1.17 Copper printing plate-John Joyce Carter (1).

CX.1.369 Poem-"Chazykins."

CX.1.4 Miscellaneous receipts (123).

CX.1.5 Demand Notes-John J. Carter (895).

CX.1.6 Miscellaneous notebooks-John J. Carter (8).

CX.1.830 Plate Printing-copper printing plate with engraving of Col. John J. Carter.

CX.1.387 Photograph of Chas. Gibbs Carter; photograph of John J. Carter & wife; photograph of home; film neg. of home.

Personal Correspondence To/From Hugh Herndon (Son-in-Law)

(1911)
CX.1.721 Letter to Hugh Herndon, Philadelphia, from J.J. Carter, May 11, 1911; re: nephew of Herndon's-Harry Herndon-Annias, Hugh relieved of young man's company.

CX.1.701 Note to Hugh Herndon from J.J. Carter, 6/9/1911; re: Lambert order.

CX.1.720 Letter to Hugh Herndon from A. Lambert, Keystone Automobile Agency, 16 N. Franklin St., Titusville, June 12, 1911; re: Col. Carter to buy car for daughter-car to go to NY-Territory of Hearld Motor Co.-can't handle order.

CX.1.718 Letter to J.J. Carter from Hugh Herndon, June 14, 1911; re: Mr. Lambert, the car, billed to Carter or Luke in Titusville, not NY City.

CX.1.716 Letter to Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.J. Carter, June 19, 1911; re: Lambert & order-delivery date.

CX.1.717 Letter to J.J. Carter from Hugh Herndon, NY, June 21, 1911; re: automobile, delivery, color, Chazy Lake property, deed recorded, insurance.

CX.1.706 Letter to Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.J. Carter, June 22, 1911; re: ins. On Chazy transferred to Alice-Pierce agency in NY, Pierce car.

CX.1.698 Day letter to Hugh Herndon, NY, from John J. Carter, Titusville, July 3, 1911; re: Car delivery, designate exact equipment.

CX.1.699 Telegram to J.J. Carter from Hugh Herndon; re: ordering car.

CX.1.711 Letter to Col. John J. Carter from Hugh Herndon, July 5, 1911; re: Car, delivery date, equipment and color, Lambert's reduction, fierce catalogue, weather, Chazy.

CX.1.691 Day letter to Hugh Herndon from J.J. Carter, July 8, 1911; re: delivery date and price.

CX.1.641 Telegram to John J. Carter, Chazy Lake, from Hugh Herndon, July 8, 1911; re: negotiations and duplicate of car (?).

CX.1.752 Letter to Col. J.J. Carter, Titusville, from Hugh Herndon, NY, July 18, 1911; re: Chazy, Mr. Lambert and car, the car "equipment", Chazy camp, the water pump, Buffalo Gasolen Motor Co., the engine, the old spring behind the camp, King, plumber from Plattsburg, Alice and kids.

CX.1.805 Letter to J.J. Carter from Hugh Herndon, Chazy Lake, NY, Aug. 27, 1911; re: car and contract for Carter's daughter.

CX.1.690 Letter to Hugh Herndon from J.J. Carter, Oct. 30, 1911; re: bill for Standard Oil Co., for gasoline at Chazy.

CX.1.709 Letter to Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.J. Carter, Nov. 13, 1911; re: PA Society of NY, annual dinner at Waldorf Astoria Hotel on Dec. 9th, Luke going as guard of honor, commissioner.

(1912)
CX.1.689 Letter to Hugh Herndon from J.J. Carter, Jan. 10, 1912; re: Union Carbide Sales Co. of Chicago.

CX.1.646 Note to Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.J. Carter, Jan. 24, 1912; re: tax notice on Chazy Lake property, assessed in name of Jecal Company.

CX.1.647 Note to Hugh Herndon from J.J. Carter, 10/10/1912; re: to be at Holland House, deliver Alice's stock.

(1913)
CX.1.623 Day letter & telegram to Hugh Herndon from Carter Nov. 5, 1913; re: Hugh's election, NY.

(1914)
CX.1.703 (2) letters together-one to Hugh Herndon from J.J. Carter, Feb. 4, 1914; re: S.O. Co. (Calif.) investment and second, letter to Col. John J. Carter from Hugh Herndon, Feb. 3, 1914; re: Standard Oil Co. (Calif.)-subscribe for stock, shares.

(1915)
CX.1.692 Letter to Hugh Herndon from J.J. Carter, April 12, 1915; re: James Gahan, Atty.-deed to get signed, business.

CX.1.806 Letter to J.J. Carter, Titusville, from Hugh Herndon, NY, June 3, 1915; re: new home, prices, costs, etc.

CX.1.686 Letter to Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.J. Carter, June 5, 1915; re: house contract, Hugh and Alice, family talk, building house, home in Pelham, the future, financial condition, money for Alice for house, money talk, etc.

CX.1.654 Letter to Hugh from J.J. Carter, Nov. 12, 1915; re: voucher signed by Alice ($5,000) to replace earlier one, check probably "hidden" at home.

(1916)
CX.1.676 Letter to Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.H. Herndon, Tyler, Texas, Jan. 3, 1916; re: Prairie Oil Co. leasing 150 acres of land at Damon Mound, the estate, Cuffey people drilling happenings.

CX.1.671 Letter to J.H. Herndon, Tyler, Texas, from Texas Exploration Co., by H.T. Staiti, VP; re: well at Damon, drilling wells, Prairie Oil Co. and well location, Mr. Cain and Mr. Knox and Herson's property, etc., Jan. 5, 1916.

CX.1.672 Letter to Hugh Herndon from J.H. Herndon, Tyler, Texas, Jan. 6, 1916; re: letter from Mr. Staiti of Texas Exploration Co., oil, lands, Cain, Knox.

CX.1.675 Letter to J.J. Carter from Hugh Herndon, Jan. 6, 1916; re: land S.W. of Beaumont field, Prairie Oil Co.

CX.1.674 Letter to Hugh Herndon from J.J. Carter, Jan. 8, 1916; re: oil property, Herndon's brother OIL MAD.

CX.1.679 Letter to J.H. Herndon, Tyler, Texas, from Texas Exploration Co. by H.H. Staiti, VP; re: productive land, oil, locations of wells, lots, drilling, Herndon/Tuthill property, Atty's to institute suit against all on 600 acres out of Darst Survey at Damon, Herndon Estate, Jan. 9, 1916.

CX.1.670 Letter to John J. Carter, Titusville, from Hugh Herndon, NY, Jan. 11, 1916; re: Texas oil property, new house specifications.

CX.1.680 Letter to Hugh Herndon from J.H. Herndon, Texas, Jan. 11, 1916; re: oil proposition, Ben B. Cain, Executor of the Estate.

CX.1.669 Letter to Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.J. Carter, Jan. 12, 1916; re: Texas prospects, oil.

CX.1.678 Letter to J.J. Carter from Hugh Herndon, NY, Jan. 14, 1916; re: oil on Texas property.

CX.1.667 Letter to Col. John J. Carter from Hugh Herndon, NY, Jan. 18, 1916; re: Texas oil property, Prairie Co., Texas Exploration Co., Oklahoma.

CX.1.664 Letter to Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.J. Carter, Jan. 18, 1916; re: letter from Nelson Moody, VP, of Prairie Oil and Gas. Co.

CX.1.665 Letter to Hugh Herndon from J.J. Carter, Jan. 20, 1916; re: letter from Hugh's brother, which is like Johnnie Steel Tales, flowing well, Guffey and Co., oil production, land prices, Nelson Moody.

CX.1.666 Letter to Col. John J. Carter from Hugh Herndon, NY, Jan. 20, 1916; re: letters from Herndon and Moody, oil property, Cain and Knox, and Damon's Mound, Prairie Oil Co., excitement in the neighborhood, Geo. Harrington to check out property, Judge Tuthill of Chicago.

CX.1.668 Letter to Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.J. Carter, Jan. 21, 1916; re: Antleton Times, prospects brighter, Texas trip, Damon's Mound, oil men, Luke and Texas.

CX.1.663 Letter to Hugh from J.J. Carter, Jan. 28, 1916; re: Nelson Moody's letter, Prairie Oil and Gas Co., Standard Oil Co., wanting situation of field and well, oil business.

CX.1.662 Letter to Col. John J. Carter, Titusville, from Hugh Herndon, NY, Feb. 2, 1916; re: letters from Nelson Moody and J.H. Herndon, maps of Brazoria Co. and Damon's Mound, Prairie Oil and Gas Co., Standard Oil Co.

CX.1.661 Letter to Hugh Herndon from J.J. Carter, Feb. 4, 1916; re: Damon's Mound Development, its location, facts on this welt, depth, statistics, leases near this well, the Prairie Oil and Gas Co.

CX.1.660 Letter to Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.J. Carter, Feb. 4, 1916; re: Nelson Moody's letter, Damon's Mound well, Hugh's brother as oil man not held in high regard.

CX.1.659 Day letter to Hugh Herndon, Pelham Manor, NY, from J.J. Carter, Titusville, April 15, 1916; re: negotiations.

CX.1.645 Telegram (with letter attached) to J.J. Carter from Hugh Herndon, NY, June 16, 1916; re: Blackstone in Chicago (letter states: telegram received to Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.J. Carter, Titusville, June 3, 1916).

(No Date)
CX.1.639 Telegram to J.J. Carter from Hugh Herndon; re: Alice's subsidiaries, Oct. 18 (?).

Personal Correspondence (Deeds/Leases/Agreements)

(1867)
CX.1.270 Mortgage-Lincoln P. Keith to Mrs. Sarah Gibbs, State of Iowa, recorded Oct. 26, 1867, property in Toma Co., Iowa.

(1872)
CX.1.306 Titusville property, Tidioute Association to J.J. Carter. Envelope contains: Deed dated Sept. 18, 1872 (lots in borough of Tidioute).

(1875)
CX.1.311 Deed Poll from T.J. VanGeisen, Sheriff of Forest County to Mrs. Jane Neill dated Nov. 27, 1875, Harmony Twp.

(1877)
CX.1.301 Deed Poll from George P. Ramsey to James H. Caldwell, #233, Nov. term 1877, 9 lots in city of Titusville.

(1878)
CX.1.308 Article of Agreement with list of signatures, July 24, 1879, with United Pipeline.

CX.1.309 Deed, Walter W. Tompson, Assignee in bankruptcy to J.C. Caldwell filed 4/8/1878.

(1879)
CX.1.253 Warranty deed from Francis H. Gibbs to E.W. Packard recorded July 19, 1879 dwelling in Nunda, Livingstone Co., NY.

(1880)
CX.1.303 Envelope of statements, Titusville property, Fertig Refining to Exchange Block, envelope contains 9 papers (and Pine Street building 1880-1885).

CX.1.307 Titusville property, J.J. Carter to D.J. Adams. Envelope contains: a. Satisfaction of Mortgage, David J. Adams to John J. Carter filed July 31, 1880; b. Letter to John J. Carter from Samuel Grumbine, Jan. 4, 1881; c. correspondence between J.J. Carter and D.J. Adams-one dated Feb. 23, 1880 and one dated March 1, 1880.

CX.1.305 Titusville property papers; envelope contains: between John J. Carter and William Laverock; Article of Agreement date May 10, 1880 (recorded).

CX.1.212 Bond, John J. Carter & B.N. Hurd to Robert R. Armor dated July 1, 1880.

CX.1.277 Copy of Lease to Julius Neill Nov. 1, 1880.

(1884)
CX.1.209 Deed-James H. Caldwell & wife to Emma Gibbs Carter June 25, 1884; lots #54, 55, 64.65 in Titusville.

CX.1.462 Notes and orders, Titusville, PA, March 11, 1884 from C. Kendall, Esq. and F.H. Gibbs.

(1885)
CX.1.458 Correspondence to John J. Carter from C.W. Packard-Nunda-June 30, 1885; re: quit-claim deed in matter of the mortgage; lots in Clinton Co., Iowa.

CX.1.449 Correspondence to F.H. Gibbs, NY, June 23, 1885; re: Lots, value, taxes, etc., Clinton, Iowa.

(1886)
CX.1.223 Bond and warrant, John J. Carter & E.O. Emerson dated Oct. 18, 1886.

CX.1.272 Deed, Josephine F. McCutchon and husband to John J. Carter recorded April 12, 1886 property in Titusville, Main & Brown.

(1887)
CX.1.283 Deed Poll, W.W. Power, Esq., High Sheriff of Crawford County to John J. Carter June 1, 1887, 4 lots in city of Titusville.

CX.1.274 Bond and warrant, N. Moore & F.H. Langworthy to John J. Carter Nov. 28, 1887.

CX.1.441 Receipt of J.J. Carter, payment, from W.W. Thompson Dec. 8, 1887, Emerson purchase.

(1888)
Letter from W.R. Crawford, Venango Co. Sheriff-1888-correction to a deed.

CX.1.264 (Copy) Chattel Mortgage, Louise H. Hurd to John J. Carter, May 5, 1888, cancelled on Feb. 10 1902.

CX.1.234 Bond and warrant John J. Carter to John T. Russell dated Feb. 10, 1888.

(1889)
CX.1.263 Mortgage, Louise H. Hurd & Burritt N., her husband to John J. Carter recorded April 2, 1889, property in the town of Manlius (?), Onondaga Co., NY.

CX.1.210 Deed, J.H. Caldwell & wife to John J. Carter, April 30, 1889, property in Titusville, 1st ward "Parker Farm".

(1890)
CX.1.270 Bond W.L. Neill, Collector of Taxes, 1890.

CX.1.394 Notice, payment dates& schedule, Fidelity Indorsing & Guarantee Co., Jan. - March 1890.

CX.1.227 Release of J.J. Carter as Trustee for C.L. Gibbs, Hattie F. and Emma G. Carter dated Jan. 12, 1890.

CX.1.259 Warrant deed from Albert Hochstetter & wife to John J. Carter record Sept. 29, 1890.

(1891)
CX.1.211 Agreement, Canadohta Club members April 16, 1891.

CX.1.236 Article of Agreement, J.J. Carter & Jos. Seep, copy Nov. 18, 1891, parcel sold to Seep in Elk Co.

(1892)
CX.1.260 Mortgage, Louise N. Hurd & Burritt N. Hurd to John J. Carter, Titusville, PA recorded April 29, 1880.

CX.1.261 Search of title, Louise H. Hurd & Burritt N. Hurd to Jno. J. Carter Feb. 19, 1892, property in city of Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

CX.1.235 Mortgage John J. Carter to Joseph Seep dated Aug. 1, 1892, Cattaraugus Co., town of Allegany.

(1896)
CX.1.180 Discharge of mortgage Richard H. Lee to Myra S. Lee, 1896, property in Allegany Co.

CX.1.181 Mortgage between Richard H. Lee and Myra S. Lee, 1896.

CX.1.182 Mortgage Richard H. Lee and John J. Carter, 1896.

CX.1.177 Mortgage Richard H. Lee, Feb. 4, 1896.

(1897)
CX.1.265 Bond, Wesley G. Hartwell, John W. Hartwell to John J. Carter dated April 5, 1897.

(1899)
CX.1.271 Deed John C. MacHale and wife to John J. Carter filed May 8, 1899, property in first ward Titusville (Main & Kerr).

(1900)
CX.1.751 Letter to Messrs. Roberts and Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Sistersville, WVA, July 14, 1900; re: Judge Jackson had decided the case against plaintiffs and in favor of the plaintiffs! Law-the case McCoy Case, deed from G.W. Fare conveying to Edward Tate land in Doddridge Co., A.S. Hansford property, Royalty, drilling on land where Riffee Well is located, names given on which title is desired and acres, timber.

(1901)
CX.1.173 Agreement with Myron C. Robinson to build grand stand and fence at athletic field May 7, 1901.

(1902)
CX.1.262 (Copy) Satisfaction of Mortgage, John J. Carter, made & executed by Louise M. Hurd & Burritt M. Hurd dated Feb. 10, 1902.

(1905)
CX.1.267 Confidential report on the Inca Rubber Trading Co., typed copy, 5 pp. Nov. 1905, authorized in Maine for rubber output, transportation and merchandising in Peru, Bolivia and Brazil.

(1909)
CX.1.219 Agreement John J. Carter & John Meising March 19, 1909, concerning 2 houses on Perry St., Titusville.

CX.1.310 Statements & correspondence between Col. John J. Carter & E.J. Thompson June/July 1909.

(1890-1901)
CX.1.304 Envelope marked Search of Title of Titusville Residence Property, Carter. Contents: a. Deed Poll, David R. Herron, High Sheriff of Crawford Co. to M.J. Heywang recorded April 12, 1886; b. Deed search of Titusville property, Carter, April 17, 1890; c. Deed Mark J. Heywang & wife to Josephine F. McCutchon recorded April 12, 1886; d. Deed Junius Harris & wife to John J. Carter dated Jan. 13, 1901; e. Note to Carter from Samuel Grumbine, lien clearance, April 18, 1890.

Personal Correspondence To/From Charles Gibbs Carter (Son)

(1894)
CX.1.766 Letter to C.G. Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Sistersville, March 2, 1894; re: garnishee, D.A. Bartlett, doesn't owe Bartlett for labor or material, but owes for drilling a well.

CX.1.762 Letter to Charley G. Carter from John J. Carter (father), Sistersville, WVA, June 11, 1894; re: carriage repairs, check to Charley, trip to east to attend tri-annual, Mr. Weil and meeting.

CX.1.826 To Charles Carter from J.J. Carter, Aug. 8, 1894; re: family talk, Carter talking about himself, "Down-in-the-dumps", family members, water, hunting, Aunt Kate Ok, death of Frank Vick's wife, the Pittsburgh office.

CX.1.767 Letter to Charley from John J. Carter, Sistersville, Sept. 27, 1894; J.J. Carter's condition, to be in Pittsburgh, dinner at the Duquesne.

(1895)
CX.1.761 Letter to Charles from John J. Carter, Sistersville, WVA, May 10, 1895; re: "Utopia", the premises, McMullen and other party's title and payment.

CX.1.764 Letter to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from H.B. Crane, Sistersville, WVA, July 27, 1895; re: G.D. Smith to get lease, given by Phebe Freeland, et al, to A.J. Jamison, W.W. Fletcher and J.H. Strickling and G.D. Smith and purchased by Carter.

CX.1.763 Letter to Charles Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from H.B. Crane, Sistersville, WVA, Sept. 17, 1895; re: Lawson Farm rental.

(1898)
CX.1.758 Letter to C.G. Carter, Pittsburgh, from John J. Carter, Titusville, Jan. 7, 1898; re: closing Russell property, Henry property.

CX.1.759 Letter to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Titusville, Jan. 8, 1898; re: Donahue condition, ankle may have to be amputated, the operation, the property, Dr. Egbert.

CX.1.768 Letter to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter (father), Sistersville, June 20, 1898; re: Mr. Henry and reasons for not purchasing his property, net production on Henry's property.

CX.1.770 Letter to Chas. G. Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Titusville, Dec. 5, 1898; re: the "black" "Ethiopian" woman, Sistersville visit, Emma to have foot operation.

CX.1.769 Letter to Charles Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from John J. Carter, NY, Dec. 20, 1898; re: mother confined to bed, lung trouble.

CX.1.629 Telegram to C.G. Carter of Pittsburgh from John J. Carter, NY, Dec. 21, 1898; re: mother's condition, lungs clearing.

CX.1.627 Telegram to Chas. Gibbs Carter of Pittsburgh, from John J. Carter, NY, Dec. 22, 1898; re: Luke and girls leaving, mother's condition.

CX.1.771 Letter to Charles Gibbs Carter, Titusville, from J.J. Carter, NY, Dec. 24, 1898; re: mother's condition, the lung, almost pneumonia, progressing toward convalescence, the holidays.

CX.1.628 Telegram to Chas. Gibbs Carter of Pittsburgh from J.J. Carter, NY, Dec. 28, 1898; re: Titusville, mother's condition.

(1899)
CX.1.817 Letter to Charles Gibbs Carter, NY, from J.J. Carter, Jan. 4, 1899; re: mother's condition, the house, teeth, the doctor, Oil City, meeting, the children.

CX.1.747 Note to Mr. C.G. Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter (father), Titusville, Feb. 10, 1899; re: present for Miss Archbold, the "grippe", NY, bill of Roberts and Carter against John J. Carter.

CX.1.820 Letter to Charles from J.J. Carter, Feb. 15, 1899; re: check, annual reports, business.

CX.1.753 Paper from Chas. Gibbs Carter, Treasurer, Pittsburgh; re: to meeting of directors of the Consolidated Oil and Mining Co., resolution adopted in regard to stock, meeting held May 2, 1899.

CX.1.825 To Charles Carter from J.J. Carter Sept. 23, 1899; re: trip back from Vienna, family talk, etc., chit chat.

(1900)
CX.1.742 Letter to Chas. Gibbs Carter, NY, from J.J. Carter, Titusville, Jan. 22, 1900; re: meeting at Mr. Weil's office, course to pursue, agreement between Mr. Mahard and Weil reached, the report from mine, check for Bess.

CX.1.807 Part-letter to Chas. From Father, Feb. 1, 1900; re: mother and children's good time at the prom, schooling, Charles' sisters, Neil (?) and bank account and loan.

CX.1.748 Letter to Bess from J.J. Carter, March 16, 1900; re: Pittsburgh as home for Bess, the Smoky City.

CX.1.809 Letter to Charles from Geo. Eckbert, July 11, 1900; re: sale of Barstow, vacation.

CX.1.625 Telegram department, July 14, 1900, to C.G. Carter, Pittsburgh; re: Henry Porter, stock, Mr. Eckbert, from G.E. Bennett.

CX.1.744 Letter to Chas. Gibbs Carter from G.E. Bennett, July 18, 1900; re: stock, Mr. Porter, see father before closing purchase.

CX.1.745 Letter to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from G.E. Bennett, July 21, 1900; re: stock in Barstow Mining and Milling Co.

CX.1.750 Letter to Mr. C.G. Carter, Pittsburgh, from Geo. A. Eckbert, Aug. 24, 1900; re: check for Mr. Benedict, Barstow Mining and Milling Co., shares of stock.

CX.1.749 Letter to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter (father), Oct. 17, 1900; re: the trees interests for the property from Mr. Archbold, mother better, and J.J. Carter had asthma, Bess.

CX.1.746 Note to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from G.A. Eckbert, Oct. 29, 1900; re: check for payment in shares of the State Oil Co. stock, the son.

CX.1.741 Letter to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Titusville, (father), Dec. 11, 1900; re: to discourage mother from going to Pittsburgh, keep her home, weather!

(1901)
CX.1.626 Telegram Dept. to C.G. Carter from J.J. Carter, NY, Jan. 7, 1901; re: message received, may remain.

CX.1.736 Letter to Charles Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter (father), Titusville, April 13, 1901; re: Mr. Eckbert, cases of Knox and Reed, Producers Oil. Co.

CX.1.740 Letter to Chas. G. Carter, Pittsburgh, from John J. Carter, Titusville, May 16, 1901; re: annual meeting of Barstow Mining and Milling Co. at Ouray, Colorado.

CX.1.735 Letter to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Sistersville, WVA, July 26, 1901; re: Henry not here, no one to copy work, Zinn.

CX.1.644 Telegram to C.G. Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Sistersville, July 26, 1901; re: Pittsburgh arrival.

CX.1.810 Letter to C.G. Carter from J.J. Carter (father), Chazy Lake, Aug. 19, 1901; re: the stay at Chazy Lake, to write Willis Harrington in regard to lease of E.M. Galloway.

CX.1.624 Telegram to C.G. Carter from J.J. Carter, Oct. 12, 1901; re: Pittsburgh arrival.

CX.1.631 Telegram to C.G. Carter, Pittsburgh, from John J. Carter, NY, Oct. 26, 1901; re: producers settlement, Titusville.

CX.1.739 Letter to C.G. Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Titusville, Nov. 20, 1901; re: NY check for balance due, statement, home, mortgage, pay debts and be free man!

CX.1.737 Letter to C.G. Carter, Pittsburgh, Carter from J.J. Carter, Titusville, Nov. 25, 1901; re: controversy between John J. Carter VS the Producers Oil Co., Ltd., bond filed at Meadville, Mr. McFarland as bondsman, McFarland died and estate being settled up by Mr. McGonnigle, his son-in-law, Senator Lee.

CX.1.738 Note to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Titusville, Nov. 26, 1901; re: Barstow Mining and Milling Co. note.

(1902)
CX.1.812 Letter to Charles from J.J. Carter (father), Jan. 8, 1902; re: business condition, Bess, Mother's Pittsburgh trip, the Shades (they used to work for Carters).

CX.1.808 Letter to Charles from J.J. Carter (father), Jan. 20, 1902; re: NY trip, Bess, Aunt Machele (?) at McDonald and to go north soon.

CX.1.734 Letter to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Jan. 25, 1902; re: health, South Penn Oil Co., Mr. Clark as VP till April, superseded by Jimmie Young of Forest Oil Co., Mr. Braden is President of new gas company, gives board of directors, Bess.

CX.1.818 Letter to Charles from J.J. Carter (father), Titusville, Feb. 16, 1902; re: sadness and gladness in the household, Bess and Charles and little ones, mother's death, Bess.

CX.1.815 Letter to Charles from J.J. Carter (father), Feb. 19, 1902; re: family problems, health, weather, Bess.

CX.1.618 Telegram C.G. Carter from J.J. Carter, NY, Feb. 27, 1902; re: leaving for Pittsburgh.

CX.1.733 Letter to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Titusville, June 9, 1902; re: NY check, Iowa property, going to Sistersville.

CX.1.732 Letter to Charles Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Titusville, July 19, 1902; re: harness and wagon, stock.

CX.1.730 Letter to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Titusville, July 22, 1902; re: application of Mr. Wm. B. Trout of Staunton, VA for position in Carter Oil Co., but Carter needs and wants only his own men educated in the company's business.

CX.1.712 Note to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from John J. Carter, Titusville, Treas., Oct. 2, 1902; re: Barstow Mining and Milling Co. check.

CX.1.726 Letter to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter (father), Titusville, Oct. 23, 1902; note to be paid at maturity.

CX.1.725 Letter to Charles, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Nov. 3, 1902; re: Mr. Brown's property for sale, "Three Joes," near Hardman/Livingston Farm, oil on property, one new well, production of the property, prices.

CX.1.803 Letter to Charles from Jno. J. Carter, Dec. 7, 1902; re: going home, Hope Gas Co. matters.

CX.1.713 Note to Chas. G. Gibbs, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter (father), Titusville, Dec. 19, 1902; re: Nunda, NY.

(1903)
CX.1.714 Note to C.G. Gibbs from J.J. Carter, Titusville, Jan. 21, 1902; re: Newfoundland dog.

CX.1.729 Note to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Titusville, Jan. 29, 1903; re: Barstow Mining and Milling Co. note.

CX.1.756 Letter to Charles Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Titusville, Feb. 2, 1903; re: new insurance company in Pittsburgh, stock in Seaboard National Bank.

CX.1.731 Letter to Charles Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Titusville, March 5, 1903; re: statement of John J. Carter in account with Charles Gibbs Carter, et al, heirs of Emma Gibbs Carter, division of estate and interest.

CX.1.727 Letter to C.G. Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter (father), Titusville, March 14, 1903; re: Nate Shaffner having Griswold Hotel in Pittsburgh, wants to obtain license, judges in Pittsburgh.

CX.1.728 Letter to Chas. Gibbs Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, March 31, 1903; re: closed purchase of Shawmut property in Ohio, South Penn Oil Co., oil transferred, titles of properties, to go to Titusville, Barnsdale, Longfellow/Barnsdale Ohio property, etc...

CX.1.811 Letter to Charles from J.J. Carter, May 6, 1903; re: an invitation to Alice to attend marriage and breakfast.

CX.1.642 Telegram to C.G. Carter, Pittsburgh, from John J. Carter, May 12, 1903; re: Luke and J.J. C.'s arrival in Pittsburgh.

(1907)
CX.1.176 Power of Attorney to Charles Gibbs Carter recorded May 1907.

(1908)
CX.1.218 Revocation of Power of Attorney-Jno. J. Carter to Chas. Gibbs Carter dated April 200, 1908.

(No Date)
CX.1.755 Note to Charles from J.J.C.; re: all well-mother to go to New Haven.

CX.1.643 Telegraph to C.G. Carter, Pittsburgh, from J.J. Carter, Titusville, PA, May 15; re: Mr. Eckbert leaving for Pittsburgh; Mr. Weil to deliver check.

CX.1.813 Letter to Chas. From mother, NY; re: leaving for trip and happenings; Geo. Roberts met us at Cony, meeting, death of Miss Bulls (?), the farm, etc.

CX.1.816 Letter to his child (?) from J.J. Carter; re: business, oil property, weather, Bess, Mr. Neil (?) (Page 2).

Political Involvement, Republican Party
CHARLES WARREN STONE

(1898)
CX.1.163 Letter from C.W. Stone, Jan. 1, 1898, suggesting meeting with William S. Smith, Secretary of Republican Party.

CX.1.165 Letter from C.W. Stone, Jan. 8, 1898, suggesting Carter announce candidacy for state delegate when primaries are set.

CX.1.164 Letter from C.W. Stone, Jan. 27, 1898, hoping Carter can secure fair primary election in Crawford Co. against Andrews.

CX.1.167 Letter from C.W. Stone, March 15, 1898, possible vacancy in delegate ticket.

CX.1.166 Letter from C.W. Stone, March 16, 1898, hoping for success.

CX.1.158 Letter from C.W. Stone, March 19, 1898, acknowledging problems in Crawford Co., but expresses confidence in Carter.

CX.1.153 Letter from C.W. Stone, House of Rep., April 2, 1898, referring Mr. Mattex to help with elections in Crawford Co.

CX.1.154 (5 letters) Correspondence from C.W. Stone, March to April 5, 1898, U.S. House of Rep. concerning Post Office position in Oil City, Carter's views on war, possible election fraud and desire to volunteer.

CX.1.156A Letters from C.W. Stone, May 19, 1898, requesting Carter's presence in Harrisburg on May 31.

CX.1.156B Letter from C.W. Stone, May 26, 1898, concerning possible turn of events at the convention.

CX.1.156C Letter from C.W. Stone, Sept. 17, 1898, stating his intent to be prepared for election.

WILLIAM A. STONE

(1897)
CX.1.161 Letter from William A. Stone, Oct. 20, 1897, requesting support for his candidacy for governor.

CX.1.596 Letter from William S. Stone, Oct. 25, 1897, (House of Rep., Washington, DC); re: Stone as candidate for governor.

(1898)
CX.1.162 Letter from William A. Stone, Jan. 20, 1898, concerning sending Judge Henderson as delegate to convention.

CX.1.157 Letter from William a. Stone, Feb. 7, 1898, stating Stone's candidacy for governor of PA.

CX.1.159 Letter from Edgar C. Erwig, Private Secretary to William A. Stone, March 11, 1898, reporting Stone's bout with the grippe.

JOHN P ELKIN (Chairman, Republican State Committee)

(1896)
CX.1.97 Letter from John P. Elkin, Chairman, Republican State Committee, Philadelphia, PA, Sept. 9, 1896, appointment to auxiliary committee to advise and assist state committee.

CX.1.98 Letter from John P. Elkin, Sept. 26, 1896, request for $100 to support campaign for education for sound money and good government.

CX.1.101 Letter from John P. Elkin, Sept. 26, 1896, acknowledging Carter's appointment to auxiliary committee and desire to have him speak.

CX.1.100 Letter from John P. Elkin, Sept. 30, 1896, expressing his thanks for Carter's efforts and support to counteract Bryan.

CX.1.99 Letter from John P. Elkin, Oct. 3, 1896, request for $50.

CX.1.102 Letter from John P. Elkin, Oct. 23, 1896, estimate of vote for Crawford Co.

(1897)
CX.1.103 Letter from John P. Elkin, Oct. 8, 1897, appointment to auxiliary campaign for state elections.

CX.1.104 Letter from John P. Elkin, Oct. 16, 1897, request for estimate of votes in Crawford Co. for state treasurer on Nov. 2.

(1900)
CX.1.105 (3 letters) from John P. Elkins, Oct. 19,1900, requests for support of candidates in oil field counties of Tyler and Wetzel.

Republican Party Correspondence

(1878)
CX.1.519 Notebook-misc. development of political opinion, currency and its use, voting, newspaper clippings, Oct. 24, 1878.

(1880)
CX.1.80 Letter from S.H. Miller, Mercer, PA, Nov. 6, 1880, expressing gratitude for participation in congressional canvas.

(1887)
CX.1.11 Printed copy of Protest Against Bill 104 by Billingsley, Feb. 7, 1887.

CX.1.454 Correspondence (1 page-party only) to representatives from Crawford Co. from ?, Feb. 7, 1887; re: Billingsley Bill #104, request to oppose it.

(1888)
CX.1.439 Correspondence to John from Will C. Warner, Shady Side, Aug. 4, 1888; re: political issues, war recollections, Titusville.

(1895)
CX.1.126 Letter from J.B. Bramhill, Dec. 30, 1895, asking if Carter is going to support or fight him.

(1896)
CX.1.151 Letter from M.S. Quay, U.S. Senate, Committee on Buildings and Grounds, Jan. 8, 1896, stating his position to oppose a bill mentioned in a previous letter.

CX.1.125 Letter from J.B. Bramhill, Jan. 15, 1896, asking for advice and support in running for clerk of courts.

CX.1.113 Letter from John Dick, Meadville, PA, Feb. 24, 1896, arrangement of meeting on March 1, 1896.

CX.1.150 Letter from M.C. Powers, Meadville, PA, March 9, 1896, requesting support for his campaign in Crawford Co.

CX.1.93 Letter from A.W. Golden, Supt., Tidewater Pipe Co., Ltd., March 25, 1896, asking support for H.H. North.

CX.1.75 Letter from Clint Moore, Treas., Republican City Committee, Sistersville, WVA, Aug. 22, 1896, request for financial support of campaign in WVA.

CX.1.160 Letter from Geo. Wise, Chairman Republican State Committee, WVA, Aug. 31, 1896, appointment to advisory and finance committee of Republican State Executive Committee.

CX.1.107 Letter from Wm. Dawson, Chairman WVA Republican State Committee, Sept. 8, 1896, sue influence on employees in Sistersville to not support the free silver ticket and to send contribution.

CX.1.96 Letter from J.B. Elkins, Sept. 16, 1896, requesting his contributions and influence by state republication committee.

CX.1.108 Letter from Wm. Dawson, Chairman of West Virginia Republican State Committee, requesting urgent contributions.

CX.1.76 Letter from R.L. Moore, Chairman Executive Committee, Oct. 14, 1896, requesting his presence at Senator Elkins speech and parade.

CX.1.120 Letter from J.H. Lindquist, Swedish Republican Club, 11/6/1896, welcoming as an honorary member.

CX.1.137 Letter from W.H. Andrews, PA State Senate, Nov. 21, 1896, concerning a Mr. Sobel and a Mr. Witherow running for the same office.

CX.1.77 Letter from Rudolph Blandenburg, chairman executive committee, National League of Businessmen, Philadelphia, PA, Dec. 9, 1896, request for participation in political campaigns for Congress.

(1897)
CX.1.15 Pamphlet from "The Pittsburgh Leader" 1897 "Solid for Stone" candidacy for Governor.

CX.1.144 Letter from C.M. Payne, Oil City, PA, Feb. 17, 1897, request to hold Bradford people in line to defeat Emery/Burdick.

CX.1.148 Letter from J.A. Rodier, Centerville, PA, April 19, 1897, stating political situation regarding post office position.

CX.1.111 Letter from George Davenport, Chairman Republican Co. Committee, Meadville, PA, Sept. 13, 1897, receipt of bill from Prothonotary Slocum and to solicit support of Judge Henderson.

CX.1.129 Letter from A.F. Bannon, Bradford, PA, Sept. 13, 1897, asking him to stand with others in support.

CX.1.78 Letter from T.A. Morrison, Smethport, PA, Oct. 4, 1897, requesting discreet monetary support for his campaign.

CX.1.79 Letter from T.A. Morrison, Oct. 8, 1897, arranging a meeting in Warren.

CX.1.112 Letter from George Davenport, Oct. 16, 1897, declining offer to pay stenographer for Titusville meeting of Judge Henderson and Mr. Thomas.

CX.1.81 Letter from George W. Mitchell, Prothonotary, Register, Recorder & Clerk of Courts, McKean Co., Oct. 23, 1897, status of election campaign of Judge Morrison.

CX.1.138 Letter from W.A. Anderson, PA State Senate, Oct. 25, 1897, assuring the election of Judge Henderson.

CX.1.92 Letter from J.M. Glazier, Gen. Mgr. Erie Business University, Nov. 12, 1897, telling not to permit Sibley to frighten him out of running for Congress.

CX.1.84 Letter from J.J. Henderson, Dec. 29, 1897, in reply to meeting to discuss politics.

(1898)
CX.1.130 Letter from A.L. Bates, Meadville, PA, Jan. 22, 1898, asking he support Bate's nomination to Congress on April 9.

CX.1.85 Letter to George W. Horne, List of Subscribers to Fund, Feb. 15, 1898, list of expenses by ward for campaigning.

CX.1.94 Letter from A.M. Fuller, Pres., New 1st National Bank of Meadville, PA, Feb. 15, 1898, advising not to divide the campaign committee into east and west within the county.

CX.1.114 Correspondence between John and Samuel Dick, Feb. & March 1898, (6 letters) concerning political campaign.

CX.1.131 Letter from A.L. Bates, March 2, 1898, requesting support.

CX.1.116 Letter from W.S. Smith, Chairman, Citizens Republican League, Meadville, PA, March 14, 1898, supporting convention candidates who oppose "boss rule."

CX.1.152 Letter from W.S. Smith, Citizens Republican League, Meadville, PA, March 28, 1898, stating forthcoming poll of city by mail.

CX.1.132 Letter from A.L. Bates, April 5, 1898.

CX.1.88 Letter from G.H. Higgins, Erie, PA, Oct. 12, 1898, expressing sorrow for Carter's poor health and inability to address the Lincoln Club.

CX.1.145 Letter from J.C. Sturdevant, Conneautville, PA, Nov. 10, 1898, indicating corruption in election of post master.

CX.1.82 Letter from T.A. Morrison, Dec. 26, 1898, asking support for re-election of G.W. Mitchell.

(1899)
CX.1.115 Letter from George F. Davenport, Feb. 4, 1899, requesting writing of a letter to Governor to appoint Judge Henderson to fill vacant position.

CX.1.146 Letter from Executive Chamber Commerce of PA, Feb. 9, 1899, acknowledging receipt of letter urging appointment of Judge Henderson.

CX.1.117 Letter from Jules A.C. Dubar, Feb. 14, 1899, requesting support for re-election.

CX.1.89 Letter from J.J. Henderson, Meadville, PA, Feb. 20, 1899, gratitude for kindness and support.

CX.1.90 Letter from H.H. Hanna, Chairman Exec. Comm. Indianapolis Monetary Convention, Nov. 27, 1899, requesting vigorous support of Gold Standard Bill.

(1900)
CX.1.124 Letter from John W. Clark, Treas., McKinley-Roosevelt Campaign Club, Oct. 5, 1900, request for $100 in support.

CX.1.147 Letter from Joseph Seep Oct. 13, 1900, requesting two men be permitted to return from Sistersville to vote.

CX.1.139 Letter from Clint Moore to S.B. Elkins, Oct. 23, 1900, requesting Elkins write to Carter to influence Supt. Eckbert to stop working against P.B. Lowery for House of Delegates.

CX.1.118 Letter from Wm. M.O. Dawson, WVA Republican State Committee Oct. 22, 1900, requesting support for McKinley and specifically Senator Elkins.

CX.1.143 Letter from Elliott Northcott Republican Congressional Comm. WVA to W.W. Armstrong, Oct. 30, 1900, concerning a memorandum from chairmen of Ritchie County Committee.

CX.1.91 Same as above, Nov. 2, 1900 asking to inform and organize men in his district to support election of Hon. A.L. Bates and stop the Bryanites.

(1904)
CX.1.563 Portrait-John J. Carter-5"x7 ½" used in publicity for 1904 Republican National Convention.

(No Date Found)
CX.1.581 4 pages to fellow citizens; re: A. Leo Weil, Esq. (of Pittsburgh) as "honest man" for office.

CX.1.128 Letter from Henry K. Boyer, Executive Chairman Republican State Committee, Philadelphia, PA, reassurance that compensation will be given for campaign speeches.

CX.1.123 Letter signed by T.B. Clark, Matson, John Melvin, Chairman & George W. Mitchell, request for support of Hon. C.W. Stone to defeat Sibley in McKean Co.

Correspondence To/From Alice Herndon (Daughter)

(1911)
CX.1.724 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, Feb. 8, 1911; re: The "Grippe", Alice in Baltimore, wanting Alice and Emma to come for visit, not sorry Rea is getting married.

CX.1.715 Letter to Mrs. Hugh Herndon, Pelham, NY, from J.J. Carter, March 14, 1911; re: deed for Chazy Lake property, union, natural gas co. bonds, Chazy Lake property & Jecal Co., Luke & Rochester property, company records, taxes, Emma.

CX.1.723 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, March 15, 1911; re: Inca coupons, Inca bonds.

CX.1.722 Letter to Mrs. Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.J. Carter, April 13, 1911; re: house sold for $25,000, home planning, to Pittsburgh, to Sistersville.

CX.1.704 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, July 31, 1911; re: father/daughter talk, Pierce Arrow people, mountings of nickel plate, color scheme, Alice and sister to go to Spain.

CX.1.650 Note to Alice Carter Herndon, Chazy Lake, NY, from J.J. Carter, Aug. 9, 1911; re: arrival.

CX.1.800 Letter to Father from Alice, Chazy Lake, NY, Aug. 27, 1911; re: not getting the car.

CX.1.705 Letter to Mrs. Hugh Herndon from J.J. Carter, Oct. 6, 1911; re: chauffeur's coat, Mr. Daugherty.

CX.1.710 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter (father), Dec. 4, 1911; re: J.J.C. as Santa Clause, sending Christmas check.

CX.1.622 Telegram to J.J. Carter from Alice, 12/26/1911; re: Merry Christmas, love.

(1912)
CX.1.688 Letter to Alice from G. Eckbert, Jan. 30, 1912; re: need proxy returned now for Waters Pierce Oil Co.

CX.1.708 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter (Daddy), March 8, 1912; re: the house, Carter's ideas for 1st and 2nd floor plans, description of whole house layout.

CX.1.648 Note to Mrs. Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.J. Carter, June 14, 1912; re: later visit.

CX.1.636 Day letter telegram to Mrs. Hugh Herndon, NY, from John J. Carter, Titusville, Oct. 31, 1912; re: Hugh, Smithers and Co., to sign powers of attorney, Emma authorizing Luke to sign name for Sale of Stocks.

CX.1.638 Telegram to Mrs. Hugh Herndon, Pelham Manor,

CX.1.707 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, Nov. 16, 1912; re: stock on Standard Oil Co., Calif., NY, and NJ, and NJ/Ohio Oil Co., money, dividends, etc., owe Jecal Co.

(1913)
CX.1.760 (5 letters together)-1. To Alice from J.J. Carter (father), Aug. 1, 1913; re: "errors" of Alice's ways, J.J.C. "preaching," Alice bought property without consenting father, investing money for house, lots, architect, Alice should listen to Father, Pelham. This letter is to warn Alice of danger, etc. 2. To Hugh from J.J. Carter, June 17, 1913; re: house plans found. 3. To Alice from J.J. Carter, June 9, 1913; re: house sketch and cost $45,000 to $50,000 cost, financial ability, more "preaching" to daughter, listen to father. 4. Day letter to Mrs. Hugh Herndon from John J. Carter, April 2, 1913; re: at Hotel Wolcott, Emma. 5. To Alice from J.J. Carter, March 29, 1913, at Hotel Wolcott on Thursday, sail for Peru on scientific survey for company.

(1914)
CX.1.754 (5 letters all together)-1. To Alice from J.J. Carter, May 21, 1914; re: Carter's ideas for Alice's house. 2. To Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.J. Carter, May 14, 1914; re: new home at Pelham Manor. 3. To Col. John J. Carter from Hugh Herndon, May 13, 1914; re: house matters. 4. To Alice from J.J. Carter, May 7, 1914; re: building house. 5. To Alice from Father, April 27, 1914; re: Atlantic check, NY.

CX.1.697 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, June 27, 1914; re: West Virginia oil fields, number of rooms for the house, coal in front of yard, 3rd floor and provision for elevator, the kitchen, the lay out from J.J. Carter's point of view.

CX.1.696 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter (Daddy), July 13, 1914; re: West Virginia, weather, NY to give reports, business.

CX.1.695 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, Aug. 13, 1914; re: leaving for Chazy via Buffalo and Utica to Chazy, Emma.

CX.1.630 Telegram to Mrs. Hugh Herndon, Chazy Lake, NY, from John J. Carter, Titusville, Aug. 14, 1914; re: leaving delay, arrival in Chazy.

(1915)
CX.1.694 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter (Father), Feb. 8, 1915; re: back from Atlantic Shore, new home for Alice, money matters, the grounds, architecture, walls, etc., house, not shanty.

CX.1.693 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, March 1, 1915; re: Carter's 2 "Dear Alice's", Alice's car lost in fire and destroyed, should insure, new house, accounts money for home, going east.

CX.1.685 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, April 21, 1915; re: visit, the family, Barnum's Circus, the house, where each will stay, the rooms, etc.

CX.1.687 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter (Father), June 4, 1915; re: check for house, visit.

CX.1.634 Telegram to J.J. Carter, Titusville, from Alice, NY, June 14, 1915; re: delayed, Wednesday arrival.

CX.1.684 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, Aug. 4, 1915; re: 6-week vacation, Canadian Rockies, Calif. And Exposition, NY check for 2nd installment for new home, family.

CX.1.656 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, Oct. 9, 1915; re: funds for house, Carter's "condition," Mrs. Neill and Auntie Machale's sickness.

CX.1.605 To Daddy from Alice, Nov. 3, 1915; re: wanting "daddy" to come for visit, Hugh re-elected.

CX.1.621 Telegram J.J. Carter from Alice, NY, Nov. 5, 1915; re: lost check.

CX.1.673 Telegram to Mrs. Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.J. Carter, Nov. 5, 1915; re: letter & check.

CX.1.606 Note to Mrs. Hugh Herndon, NY, from John J. Carter, Nov. 6, 1915; re: letter, voucher, check.

CX.1.655 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, Nov. 9, 1915; re: check misplaced, check information.

CX.1.633 Telegram to J.J. Carter, Titusville, from Alice, NY, Nov. 9, 1915; re: payment of check stopped, Seaboard Bank.

CX.1.682 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, Dec. 1, 1915; the seasons, Christmas coming, the creator, NY DRAFT for $100 to buy gifts, children, new house.

CX.1.683 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, Dec. 11, 1915; re: 3 proxies for meeting Dec. 11, 1915; one for annual meeting Jan. 6, 1916 and one for directors meeting Jan. 6, 1916, sold Rew and Hodge Farm in Bradford, business to transact.

CX.1.681 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, Dec. 13, 1915; re: proxy to make transaction legal (*blank proxy sheet dated Dec. 10, 1915 attached, not signal, Rew & Hodge Farm).

CX.1.677 Note to Mrs. Hugh Herndon, NY, from J.J. Carter, Dec. 22, 1915; re: arrival, Erie RR.

(1916)
CX.1.658 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, April 10, 1916; re: enjoyed visit, Bill's condition and check for Bill (8,250), electric current information, artificial water pressure.

CX.1.635 Telegram to J.J. Carter from Alice Carter Herndon, NY, April 15, 1916; re: 2 women, one for cook and one for waitress, report of electric current service and water pressure.

CX.1.657 Note to Mrs. Hugh Herndon from J.J. Carter, April 17, 1916; re: no answer till Thursday (?).

CX.1.620 Telegram to J.J. Carter from Alice, NY, June 16, 1916; re: happy returns & sending love.

CX.1.823 7 letters to J.J. Carter from daughter, Alice-1. Oct. 9, 1916; re: Billy, family talk. 2. Oct. 29, 1916; re: Billy, family talk. 3. Nov. 26, 1916; re: Billy, family talk. 4. Nov. 11, 1916, family talk. 5. Oct. 23, 1916, re: Billy, family talk. 6. Nov. 17, 1916, family talk. 7. Oct. 17, 1916, family talk.

CX.1.653 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, Oct. 13, 1916; re: Billie's infantile paralysis, words of comfort, getting trained nurse, the expense.

CX.1.651 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter (Father), Oct. 17, 1916; re: Billie's ailment, infantile paralysis, words of comfort.

CX.1.652 Letter to Alice from "Daddy" Oct. 31, 1916; re: Billie's condition (motherly care), books which J.J. Carter could send Alice to read, election, chitchat.

CX.1.617 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, Nov. 4, 1916; re: NY "activities", Dem. Crowd and Wilson, living your life to the fullest, great NY, the hotel, Pateaw (a pet), Luke's family, Rep. & rally in Opera House, chitchat.

CX.1.615 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, Nov. 20, 1916; re: Billie & other children, Thanksgiving, humanity to all, to adopt 4 French orphans and wanting same number of Germans, orphanage, washing machine & wringer.

CX.1.616 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, Nov. 22, 1916; re: invitation to family to come and eat Thanksgiving dinner.

CX.1.613 Letter to J.J. Carter from Alice, NY, Nov. 27, 1916; re: Thanksgiving arrival.

CX.1.614 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter, Nov. 28, 1916; re: "Charity Ball," wanting Alice to come for a visit, "family ties."

CX.1.612 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter (Father), Nov. 28, 1916; re: Thanksgiving, "Home" feelings, Bess and Mary home.

CX.1.611 Letter to Alice from J.J. Carter (Father), Dec. 13, 1916; re: check for Alice and family for Christmas shopping, J.J. Carter to be in NY.

(1917)
CX.1.610 Letter to Alice, Feb. 1, 1917; re: Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co., "Proof of Loss."

CX.1.609 Letter to Alice from Luke B. Carter, May 3, 1917; re: certificate for shares of Standard Oil Co. of NY.

CX.1.608 Letter to Alice from Luke B. Carter, May 5, 1917; re: statement of accounts of Estate of John J. Carter for March, stock of Titusville Opera House Co.

CX.1.607 Letter to Mrs. Hugh Herndon, Pelham Manor, NY, Oct. 24, 1917; re: certificates of stock.

(Misc.-No Date Given)
CX.1.632 Telegram to Mrs. J.J. Carter from John J. Carter, NY, Feb. 16, 1901; re: Roberts and Carter, Pittsburgh, Alice.

CX.1.700 Day letter to J.J. Carter from Alice, June 28, ????; re: Lambert arrangement, order.

CX.1.719 Night letter telegram to J.J. Carter from Alice, June 19; re: Sept. 1st is earliest delivery date, says NY agency, Lambert.

CX.1.637 Telegram to John J. Carter from Alice, NY; re: Smithers and Co. stocks.

CX.1.702 Telegram to J.J. Carter from Alice; re: received bonds and deed, March 20, 191?.

CX.1.649 Telegram to Mr. J.J. Carter, Titusville, from Alice, NY; re: visit, children not coming, may bring them later.

CX.1.640 Telegram to J.J. Carter from Alice, NY; re: happy returns.


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