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Hemp industry

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Daland Family Papers, 1847-1856

Identifier: MSS 0.664
Abstract The Daland Family papers consist of correspondence to Henry Tucker Daland or his father, Tucker Daland, from business associates, in particular, Henry L. Williams, Henry Tucker’s brother-in-law. The Daland family were prosperous East India merchants and their correspondence primarily concerns aspects of buying, selling, and shipping goods through the Far East, European, and American trade. Merchandise included Manila hemp, sugar, hides, indigo, coffee, cloth, spices, cotton, and opium. ...
Dates: 1847-1856

Joseph Vincent Browne Papers, 1774-1874, undated

Identifier: MSS 201

The Joseph Vincent Browne papers document his varied political and maritime career and contains items documenting Browne's tenure as Boston Navy Agent, his interests in the American Hemp Company and the Western Mining Company, his duties as San Francisco Custom House appraiser, his work in Essex County as Collector of Internal Revenue and Receiver of Commutation Money, and the political interests in which he was avidly involved.

Dates: 1774-1874, undated

Richard D. Tucker Papers, 1824-1897, undated

Identifier: MH 223

This collection contains the business records of Richard Dalton Tucker, including correspondence, financial records, diary extracts, and circulars related to his role as partner in the firm Peele, Hubbell and Company. It also contains correspondence related to Tucker's personal life.

Dates: 1824-1897, undated