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Why Northern Pacific railroad 7-30 gold bonds are a good investment for the mechanic operative, laborer and farmer? ... Jay Cooke & Co. New York, Philadelphia, and Washington. Financial agents Northern Pacific railroad co. ... [n. d.].

Interest on $10,000, from date of coupon to November 1st - Current six months, containing 184 days ... Jay Cooke, Subscription agent. 114 South Third Street, Philad'a [1863?].

U. S. 5-20's. The Secretary of the Treasury has not yet given notice of any intention to withdraw this popular loan from sale at par, and until ten days notice is given, the undersigned as "General subscription agent," will continue to supply th

7-30 Commissions. Office of Jay Cooke, subscription agent. Philadelphia, April 25, 1865. To sir: Earnestly desiring the cordial co-operation of the entire Baking Interest of the country in the sale of the Seven-Thirty Loan … [signed] Jay Cooke,

Office of Jay Cooke, subscription agent. Philadelphia, April 25, 1865. To [blank], travelling agent. For the purpose of stimulating Subscriptions to the 7 3-10 Loan … [signed] Jay Cooke, subscription agent.

Interesting questions & answers relative to the 7-30 U. S. Loan ... For sale by Jay Cooke & Co., at the Philadelphia and Washington Office ... [1865].

Jay Cooke to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 18, 1865 (Recommends Hugh McCulloch for Treasury)

Interesting questions and answers relative to the 7-30 U. S. Loan ... Subscriptions received at office of Jay Cooke & Co., Philadelphia and Washington ... [1856].

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Jay Cooke to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 18, 1865 (Recommends Hugh McCulloch for Treasury)

Office of Jay Cooke & Co. Subscription agents for national loan, No. 114 South Third Street. Philadelphia, August 17th, 1871. Dear Sir: Our general circular to National Banks, issued on the 12th inst., informed you that the remaining one hundred

Office of Jay Cooke & Co. Subscription agents for national loan, No. 114 South Third Street. Philadelphia, August 12th, 1871. The Secretary of the Treasury has negotiated through us for the sale at home and abroad of the remaining portion of two

Extract from Jay Cooke & Co's circular of 4th of March, 1871, in explanation of the advantages of new five per cent loan.

Scenes in Wall Street during the panic. Jay Cooke & Company's office

The great financial panic - intersection of Nassau and Broad Streets with Wall Street view of the Sub-Treasury, Jay Cooke & Co's Bank and the Western Union Telegraph Office from the Drexel Building on Sept. 19, 1873

Jay Cooke's residence on Gibraltor [sic], Put-in-Bay

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Francis W. Hurtt to Jay Cooke, Monday, September 28, 1863 (Hurtt's case)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Francis W. Hurtt to Jay Cooke, Monday, September 28, 1863 (Hurtt's case)

For life or death I'll ride away

For life or death I'll ride away

For life or death I'll ride away

For life or death I'll ride away

For life or death I'll ride away

7-30 Loans. Original. [blank] 1865. To Jay Cooke, subscription agent, Philadelphia. I accept your proffer of the Agency for the sale of the Seven-Thirty Loan … Note. Please sign and mail original to Jay Cooke, subscription agent, Philadelphia.

7-30 Loans. Original. [blank] 1865. To Jay Cooke, subscription agent, Philadelphia. I accept your proffer of the Agency for the sale of the Seven-Thirty Loan … Note. Please sign and mail original to Jay Cooke, subscription agent, Philadelphia.

Letter of Mr. Jay Cooke on the payment in gold of the U. S. five-twenty bonds. [Dated] March 19, 1868.

Letter of Mr. Jay Cooke on the payment in gold of the U. S. five-twenty bonds. [Dated] March 19, 1868.

Letter of Mr. Jay Cooke on the payment in gold of the U. S. five-twenty bonds. [Dated] March 19, 1868.

Letter of Mr. Jay Cooke on the payment in gold of the U. S. five-twenty bonds. [Dated] March 19, 1868.

Jay Cooke Home, Gibraltar Island, Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay, Ottawa County, OH

Jay Cooke Home, Gibraltar Island, Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay, Ottawa County, OH

Jay Cooke Home, Gibraltar Island, Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay, Ottawa County, OH

Jay Cooke Home, Gibraltar Island, Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay, Ottawa County, OH

Jay Cooke Home, Gibraltar Island, Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay, Ottawa County, OH

Jay Cooke Home, Gibraltar Island, Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay, Ottawa County, OH

Jay Cooke Home, Gibraltar Island, Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay, Ottawa County, OH

Jay Cooke Home, Gibraltar Island, Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay, Ottawa County, OH

Jay Cooke Home, Gibraltar Island, Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay, Ottawa County, OH

Jay Cooke Home, Gibraltar Island, Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay, Ottawa County, OH

Jay Cooke Home, Gibraltar Island, Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay, Ottawa County, OH

Jay Cooke Home, Gibraltar Island, Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay, Ottawa County, OH

Jay Cooke Home, Gibraltar Island, Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay, Ottawa County, OH

Jay Cooke Home, Gibraltar Island, Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay, Ottawa County, OH

Francis W. Hurtt to Jay Cooke, Monday, September 28, 1863 (Hurtt's case)

Francis W. Hurtt to Jay Cooke, Monday, September 28, 1863 (Hurtt's case)

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