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Loose Financial Papers, Procurator (2 of 3), 1833 - 1840

 File — Box: 78, Folder: 2
Identifier: 119.1_69
Loose Financial Papers, Procurator (2 of 3)
Loose Financial Papers, Procurator (2 of 3)

Scope and Contents

Account statements, receipts, and financial statements documenting transactions of the CRCC. Includes transactions related to the sale of 1838.

**Former finding aid location: 119.1_69**

Materials on Slavery

This folder contains materials related to Jesuit slaveholding and to the 1838 sale of 272 enslaved individuals.

"Received of Mr. Mullin for Mr. Mullady ten dollars for taking negro to Alexandria and depositing him and kept in its jail," December 8, 1838 [GSA378]

Receipt for transporting "thirty two slaves from Newtown to Alexendria." November, 1838 [GSA379]

Receipt for "passage of servants," November 12, 1838 [GSA382]

Expenses for transporting slaves from St. Thomas and St. Inigoes to Alexendria, undated (likely 1838) [GSA383]

Receipt for "horses & servants," November 18, 1838 [GSA384]


  • 1833 - 1840


From the Collection: 292 boxes (292 total boxes, plus 14 card catalog drawers (201 regular boxes, 25 oversized boxes, 53 restricted regular boxes, 13 restricted oversized boxes, 14 card catalog drawers))

Language of Materials

From the Collection: Multiple languages