|Letter, July 1, 1879. To Hon. George M. Diven from B. W. & C. M. Woodard, We think the several attornies will sign the stipulation waving service of papers on the remaining parties||Letter||01||15||09|
|Letter, July 3, 1879. To G. M. Diven from B. W. & C. M. Woodward.
Hudson is to pay Silsbee $5514.89 the cost of the action.||Letter||01||15||10|
|Letter, August 6, 1879. To George M. Diven Esq. from B. W. & C. M. Woodward. Cases adjourned to Saturday August 9.||Letter||01||15||11|
|Letter, To Geo. M Diven Esq. from B W. & C. M. Woodward August 7, 1879. Could Hudson assign his interest to his wife.||Letter||01||15||12|
|Letter, To George M. Diven from H. C. Silsbee August 8, 1879. Hudson has started a rumor Silsbee office has failed. Can he be punished for it?||Letter||01||15||13|
|Letter, To George M. Diven from H. C. Silsbee August 9, 1879.
Silsbee would like nothing to do with Hudson, he could hurt his business.||Letter||01||15||14|
|Letter, To George M. Diven from H. C. Silsbee August 9, 1879. If Diven would be council for him as he doesn't want anything to do with Hudson. ||Letter||01||15||15|
|Letter, To George M. Diven From H. C. Silsbee August 10, 1879.
Silsbee will take a little less cash down if he will pay six months interest in advance.||Letter||01||15||16|
|Letter, To George M. Diven from H. C. Silsbee August 13, 1879.
Silsbee will take $500. less that being my profit on the logs.||Letter||01||15||17|
|Letter, To George M. Diven From B. W. & C. M. Woodward October 28, 1879. Barnum never entered final judgementas directed by the court of June 28, 1879||Letter||01||15||19|
|Letter, to George M. Diven from H. C. Silsbee November 25, 1879.
|Letter, To M. V. B. Bachman From Diven & Redfield December 27, 1881. Would like the address of the Collector of Horseheads, and the amount of the assessment and tax against the Elmira and Horseheads Ry Company.||Letter||01||15||21|
|Letter, To George M. Diven from Henry C. McCormick, Williamsport,
Pennsylvania December 29, 1881. What can be done in Guise vs Whalin.||Letter||01||15||22|
|Letter from Edmund Baylis of Carter & Ledyard law firm to Diven & Redfield concerning the settlement of the Estate of Robb Ray Harriett, October 7, 1891. ||Letter||01||15||23|
|Letter, To Hon. George M. Divan from B. W. & C. W. Woodward September 8, 1879. With the Supplementary proceedings will enable
Hudson to get further time, to redeem the land from Mr. Silsbee.||Letter||01||15||54|
|Documents, State and County Taxes paid 1875 - 1889.||Documents||01||16||01|
|Note, Authorties in Boyce Matters.||Note||01||17||01|
|Tally, July 9, 1867||Tally||01||17||02|
|Document, From O.W. Palmer. Shortage by Boat 1864 $912., Shortage
by Rail 1865 $786.57. Check carefully , come to a final adjustment.||Document||01||17||03|
|Tally, Boyce and Hersch a/c - $758.||Tally||01||17||04|
|Tally, 1865 O. W. Palmer.||Tally||01||17||05|
|Tally, 1865 O. W. Palmer||Tally||01||17||06|
|Tally, Interest a/c 1865.||Tally||01||17||07|
|Document, Elmira, New York October 25, 1866, to James Boyce Esq.,
|Letter, O. W. Palmer vs James Boyce October 26, 1866.||Letter||01||17||09|