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Fernandina (Fla.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Custom Houses, 1872-1911

Content Customs House, Fernandina (Fl.) April 1, 1872 Letter requesting copies of fee schedules. C. W. RobbinsCustoms House, Fernandina (Fl.) June 11 1881 Advising St. Marys port on how to account for ice estimates in reporting. June 11, 1881C. W. Robbins – Deputy Collector of Customs, St. Marys J. W. Howell – Collector of Customs, FernandinaCustoms House, Waldoboro (Me.) (Rockland Maine) June 24...
Dates: 1872-1911

District of St. Marys Customs House records

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-002
Scope and Contents Customs Records from the Port of St. Marys, and the subordinate customs house along the Great Satilla. The customs house in St. Marys was in use from the late 1700s until 1913 when the customs house was moved to Fernandina, Fla. These records were slated to be thrown into a dumpster in 1987. When a local citizen heard about the plans he rescued the documents.Most of the loose records consist of correspondence dealing with fees, taxes, reports: statistics, seizures, fines,...
Dates: 1866-1913

Folder 8, 1912, January 13-1913, January 14


Letter dated January 23 1912 addresses payment to William J. Bell, Jr. of Fernandina (Fl.) for shipping customs safe to St. Marys customs house. Letter is supported by an attached letter from The Bell Transfer Company, signed by Bell, Jr..

J.F. Beauchamp (Master of the schooner Joseph P. Cooper)

Joseph P. Cooper (vessel, American schooner) Fernandina (Fl.)

Dates: 1912, January 13-1913, January 14

Howard H. Davis, Jr. photograph collection

Identifier: MC-010
Scope and Contents

Collection of photographs, photo albums, scrapbooks with newspaper clippings, published books, telephone books, and loose documents. There are 4 albums of more recent photos labeled: Bulldogs Vol. I and II, and Oakwell and Bulldogs Vol I and II.))

Dates: 1907-2003