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This interview is with attorney William E. Spell of Clinton, Mississippi. In 1963-64, Mr. Spell served on the staff of the Preparedness Investigating Subcommittee of the Senate Armed Services Committee. He later served as Senator Stennis' press...
Banks and banking--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
22 February 1838 authorization for Joseph A. Thomas to transfer money from McEwin, King & Co., Holly Springs to the Northern Bank of Mississippi and to serve as proxy for Aaron Spell in the election of the new bank director.
Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Poll taxes--Mississippi.; Slavery--Mississippi.; African-Americans--Mississippi.; Nathan, A.M. (Asher M.)
Tax receipt for $19.91 paid by A. M. Nathan to Holmes County tax collector for 1843 state and county poll taxes; taxable items include 1 Watch, 10 Head Cattle, 7 Slaves, 440 acres land. Received by J.D. Wyatt, Sheriff and Tax Collector.
24 May 1836, letter/cotton receipt from Leigh Maddux & Co. for cotton sales between January 1835 to June 1836 to various names, sold for Aaron Spell by Maddux & Woods. This is a large document on hand-cut paper.