Dr. Orton family papers from Binghamton, NY

Dr. John G. Orton

Publication Date: 1874
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Some age toning. Dr. Orton loaned money to help build Barnes, Smith & Co. [Binghamton Cigar Manufactures] His son-in-law was Frederic E. Barnes. We have a copy of a draft Indenture of 7th. day of December signed by Barnes and Smith as well as another version dated 11th. July, 1898 signed by the company and both Barnes and Smith on (6 leaves). Each copy has a Schedule "A" that describes leaf tobacco in cases with numbers of pounds, etc. The list includes the names of the tobacco and its function "Spotted Seed Leaf Tobacco, used for cigar wrappers"; "Wisconsin Leaf Tobacco, used for Binders."; etc. Memorandum that accompanied his will 2 page Als. at age 90 (1917); also a Will of his daughter, Helen D. Orton dated 1925. Hand written detail of the costs of building Dr. Orton's home in 1875 on 5 pages. Daniel Smith, contractor? Dr. John G. Orton was a trustee and consulting surgeon of the New York State Inebriate Asylum, considered a founder for the Susquehanna Valley Home, Home for Aged Women, and was one of the original incorporators of the Binghamton City Hospital. Reference - Seward in Binghamton and Broome County, New York pages 141-142. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Dr. Orton family papers from Binghamton, NY
Publication Date: 1874
Binding: Letters
Book Condition: G/No Dustjacket

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Book Description 1874. Letters. Book Condition: G/No Dustjacket. Some age toning. Dr. Orton loaned money to help build Barnes, Smith & Co. [Binghamton Cigar Manufactures] His son-in-law was Frederic E. Barnes. We have a copy of a draft Indenture of 7th. day of December signed by Barnes and Smith as well as another version dated 11th. July, 1898 signed by the company and both Barnes and Smith on (6 leaves). Each copy has a Schedule "A" that describes leaf tobacco in cases with numbers of pounds, etc. The list includes the names of the tobacco and its function "Spotted Seed Leaf Tobacco, used for cigar wrappers"; "Wisconsin Leaf Tobacco, used for Binders."; etc. Memorandum that accompanied his will 2 page Als. at age 90 (1917); also a Will of his daughter, Helen D. Orton dated 1925. Hand written detail of the costs of building Dr. Orton's home in 1875 on 5 pages. Daniel Smith, contractor? Dr. John G. Orton was a trustee and consulting surgeon of the New York State Inebriate Asylum, considered a founder for the Susquehanna Valley Home, Home for Aged Women, and was one of the original incorporators of the Binghamton City Hospital. Reference - Seward in Binghamton and Broome County, New York pages 141-142. Bookseller Inventory # BOOKS292021

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