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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 106 Collections and/or Records:

Box 1, circa 1950

 File — Box B415.01.0001: Series B415.01 [Barcode: U186023258332]
Identifier: B415.01.0001
Abstract Contains check protector (check writing machine) which was created in 1917 by the Checkometer Sales Company owned by Theodore Hirschberg in Chicago, Illinois. It was developed in Chicago because check fraud was rampent there in the early 1900s. The machine was designed to punch, print, and watermark paychecks that forgers could not duplicate. It became the paymaster machine in the 1950s. The paymaster machines are still currently sold. On the cover of the machine: "F and E Check Protector." The...
Dates: circa 1950

Check, 1911 March 29

Identifier: B002.01.0103.0149.00030

Check, 1911 April 3

Identifier: B002.01.0103.0149.00032

Check, 1911 April 4

Identifier: B002.01.0103.0149.00033

Check, 1911-04-10

Identifier: B002.01.0103.0149.00034

Check, 1911 April 21

Identifier: B002.01.0103.0150.00014
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series of patient records includes medical reports and histories, statistical data of patients, x-rays, and death certificates. The patient files include applications, correspondence and some may also contain photographs and personal items.
Dates: 1911 April 21

Check, 1910 September 10

Identifier: B002.01.0103.0019.00011
Abstract Handwritten check in ink from the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society. Receipt reads "Received of Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society Four and 55 dollars for Baby Zaretzky [Esther Zeretzky] board" and addressed to Helen C. Cotton, Supt.
Dates: 1910 September 10

Check, 1911 February 2

Identifier: B002.01.0102.0170.00013

Check, 1911 March 27

Identifier: B002.01.0103.0150.00008
Abstract Check from C.D. Spivak for $6.00 to cover Jacob Dayner’s boarding for two weeks.
Dates: 1911 March 27

Check, 1911 March 28

Identifier: B002.01.0103.0150.00009
Abstract Check from C.D. Spivak for $3.00 to cover Jacob Dayner’s boarding for one week.
Dates: 1911 March 28