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Pennywit, Phillip



  • Existence: 1792 - 1868

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Phillip Pennywit Cotton Gin Book

Identifier: qMS L58.P39
Scope and Contents

Two invoices, P. Pennywit & Co., undated, and Shibley, Moore & Co., Aug. 10, 1878; one clipping, undated; accounts receivable ledger (?) and ginning records (?) maintained by Pennywit, Scott & Co. (?) at Van Buren, Ark. (?), Dec. 1869-Jan. 1875.

Dates: 1869-1878

Phillip Pennywit Purchase Journal

Identifier: qMS L58.P38
Scope and Contents

Copies of wholesalers' invoices received by Bostick, Pennywit & Co., Fort Smith, Ark. merchandising firm, Mar. 1855-Dec. 1858.

Dates: 1855-1858

Phillip Pennywit Receipts

Identifier: qMS L58.P37
Scope and Contents

Receipts given to Pennywit & Co., Van Buren, Ark. grocers and commission merchants, May 13, 1853-1859, and to Pennywit, Scott & Co., 1859-Feb. 8, 1862, for monies paid. Entries relate to John Drennen, Jonathan McGee, John B. Ogden, Charles G. Scott, Henry Wilcox, and D. C. Williams.

Dates: 1853-1862

Phillip Pennywit Telegram

Identifier: MS L34 Pennywit
Scope and Content Note

Telegraph agent's delivery copy of telegram dated at Van Buren, Arkansas March 19, 1861, from Van Buren merchant Pennywit to convention delegates Jesse Turner and Hugh F. Thomason, Little Rock, Arkansas, approving the action of the Arkansas Secession Convention and the "immortal thirty nine who...voted down the ordinance of Secession."

Dates: 1861

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Accounts 2
Arkansas -- Politics and government 1
Cotton trade 1
Van Buren (Ark.) 1