Check of Jewish-Owned Cochise County Bank in Tombstone Sends Money to and from Jewish Merchants

March 14, 1885

Add to History Board Share Print
Back to The Collection
Manuscript
See full images and transcript
Check of Jewish-Owned Cochise County Bank in Tombstone Sends Money to and from Jewish Merchants
Check Signed
1 page | SMC 1924

Quick Reference

      Background

      This check, issued by the Jewish-owned Cochise County Bank in Tombstone, Arizona Territory, sees one A. Cohen send to Jewish tobacconists Esberg, Bachman in San Francisco, the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars.


      Check Signed, partially printed and accomplished in autograph, 1 page, oblong narrow octavo, drawn on the Cochise County Bank, Tombstone, Arizona - but bearing the printed address of the Bank of California, San Francisco - on March 14, 1885, signed by the cashier, Albert Springer.

      On verso, “A. Cohen & Bros” has endorsed the check to San Francisco tobacconists “Esberg, Bachman and Co,”, which in turn has, in autograph, deposited the money with the First National Bank of San Francisco.
      Read More

      all pages and transcript

      Page 1/2

      Page 1 transcript
      $150.00

      Cochise County Bank
      Tombstone, A.T.   Mch 14 1885

      PAY TO THE ORDER OF A. Cohen & Bro
      PAID
      MAR 28 1885
      One hundred fifty---- DOLLARS

      No. 10860

      The Bank of California,  }
      San Francisco, Cal.   
                                     

      A. SPRINGER 
      Cashier.

      Page 2/2

      Page 2 transcript
      Pay to the order of 
      Esberg Bachman & Co

      A COHEN & BROS

      For Deposit with
      THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF S. F.

      ESBERG BACHMAN & CO

      PAY ONLY THROUGH 
      CLEARING HOUSE

      March 28 1885
      8
      First National Bank, S. F.