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\ INVENTORY OF FEDERAL ARCHIVES IN THE STATES ~
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i THE FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION
  NO. 41. TENNESSEE
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Q Philip M. Hamer, National Director t
I Stanley C. Arthur, Regional Director
 
Division of Community Service Programs
Florence Kerr, Assistant Commissioner
Betty H. Luck, State Director
WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION
Howard O. Hunter, Commissioner
Harry S, Berry, State Administrator

  
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E? The Inventory of_Eederal Archives in the Stgteg is one of the pro-
¥? ducts of the work of the Survey of Federal Archives, which operated as
it a nationiwide project of the Works Progress Administration from January
{ 1, 1936 to June 50, 1937.
g The plan for the organization of the Inventory is as follows:
§ Series l consists of reports on the administration of the Survey, ac-
i knowledgmsnts, and general discussions of the location, condition, and
- content of federal archives in the states. Succeeding series contain
p the detailed information secured by·workers of the Survey, in inventory
A form, a separate series number being assigned to each of the executive
‘ departments (except the Department of State) and other major units of
the Federal Government. Within each series No. 1 is a general introduc-
t tion to the field organization and records of the governmental agency
concerned; the succeeding numbers contain the inventory proper, separate
numbers being assigned to each state in alphabetical order• Thus, in
each series, the inventory for Alabama is No. 2, that for Arizona No. S,
that for Arkansas No. 4, etc.
For each local offioe,information regarding each series, or unit of
related records, is presented in the following order: title, inclusive
dates ("tc date" indicating an open file at the time the lnfcrmtlon
was secured), general description of informational content, description
of the system of filing or indexing (if any), a statement of frequency
and purpose of use, form of the record itself (bound volumes, sheets in
~ folders, etc.), linear footage, description of the containers, physical
condition of the records (not stated if satisfactory), location by room
I number or other identifying information, and finally, the number of the
p Form 58-SA on which this information was originally recorded by a Sur·
» vey·worker and from which it was abstracted for the Inventory. This
~ form is on file in The National Archives. When it contains substantial
information on addenda sheets which has not been included in the mimeo·
l graphed abstract, indication of this is given by use of the reference
A “See addenda,"
In Tennessee the work of the Survey was under the direction of Judge
Samuel C. Williams with Mr. Lowe`Watkins, who later succeeded him as
I director, as his assistant, In May 1957, Tennessee was added to the
region under the direction of Mr. Stanley C. Arthur of New Orleans, La.,
with Mr. John S. lnton as state supervisor. This Inventory of the rec~
ords of the Farm Credit Administration in Tennessee was prepared in the
New Orleans Office of the Survey under the direction of Mrs, Norris B.
. Fazekas, assistant state supervisor, and editor·in-chief, and was edited
before final typing by Mr. L. J. Darter, Jr. of the Division of Agricul-
ture Department Archives cf The National Archives.
Stanley C. Arthur, Supervisor in Charge
of the Inventory of Federal Archives‘
New Orleans, Louisiana in Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi,
April 5, 1941 Arkansas, and Alabama

  
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g FIELD SUPERVISOR
(_ Tipton County Court House
( This office was established in 1955 at its present location. It has
Q jurisdiction over Tipton, Lauderdale, and Fayette Counties. All records
  have been retained; none has been lost, destroyed, or sent to‘Washington.
( 1. GENERAL FILE, 1955 to date. Supplemental vouchers, applications
  for 1957 EC loans, disapproved applications, correspondence and reports
with state supervisor and regional office; and cl1ents' file. Index.
( (Daily, official.) 10 x 12 folders, 2 ft., in filing case. Basement.
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L DYERSBURG
EMERGENCY CROP AND FEED LOAN SECTION
, FIELD SUPERVISOR
é Dyer County Court House
( This office was established in 1955. It has jurisdiction over Dyer,
A 0bion,‘Weak1ey, and Lake Counties. It was housed in the old cigar fao-
, tory, Mill and Cedar Streets, before moving to its present address.
  Some records have been destroyed after serving their purpose; useless
  papers are destroyed in accordance with regulations governing their dis-
Q posal. All other records have been retained; none has been lost or sent
to Washington.
2, ACCOUNT LEDGERS, 1931 to date. Listing accounts for Dyer, Obion,
Weakley, and Lake Counties borrowers, showing credits, debits, borrower's
ability, character dependability, and standing as to bankruptcy and crim-
inality. Entered alphabetically by names. (Daily, official.) 10 x 18
‘ vols, (5), 1 ft. 6 in., on filing case. lst floor. (9)
, 5. GENERAL FILE, 1935 to date. Reports and correspondence with
A state supervisor and regional offices; field letters, work sheets, bal-
- ance sheets, and dead files. (Daily, official.) 10 x 12 folders, B ft.,
r in filing case. lst floor. (8)

  
 
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{ EMERGENCY CROP AND FEED LOAN SECTION
( FIELD SUPERVISOR
g Greene county Court House
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i This office was established in 1951 at its present address; It has ’
, jurisdiction over Unicoi, Washington, Greene, Carter, Johnson, Sullivan,
E Hamblen, Cooke, Hancock, Hawkins, Jefferson, and Granger Counties. All
’ records have been retained; none has been lost, destroyed, or sent to
i ‘Washington.
g 4. OUTSTANDING AND PAID LOANS, 1935. Data of all correspondence per-
3 taining to loans granted to individuals. (Daily, official.) 5 x 4 cards,
i S in., in metal filing case. Basement. (14)
1 5. COLLECTION RECEIPTS, 1955 to date. From regional office, showing
( date, name and address, loan number, cash received, interest, credit
I given on principal of loan, old balance, and new balance. Filed alpha-
N betically by counties. (Daily, official.) 5 x 15 sheets, 6 in., in
A pasteboard box. Baseuent. (12)
I 6. DELINQUENT FILE OF OLD CORRESPONDENCE, 1935 to date. Correspond-
i ence and reports covering paid loans; inactive correspondence relative to
farmer feed and crop loans, and rejected applications; reports covering
I travel and subsistence, and daily loan collections. (Occasionally, offi-
Q cial.) 10 x l2 vols., l ft. 6 in., in steel filing case. Basement. (ll)
( 7. LEDGERS AND WORK SHEETS, 1955 to date. Detail reports pertaining
to individual borrowers showing their ability, character, farm production,
status of loans, general description of land, amount of loans, and pay—
ments made. (Daily, official.) l0 x 20 folders, 2 ft., in steel filing
A case, Basement. (13)
  B. REPORT FORMS, VOUCHERS, AND CORRESPONDENCE, 1935 to date. Current
correspondence relative to loans pending and loans secured; daily collec-
, tion reports; rejected applications; personal correspondence with mum sup-
, endww and regional office at Memphis; daily, weekly, and biweekly reports;
vouchers covering travel and subsistence accounts of field supervisor
(duplicates). Card index, 5 in. (Daily, official.) 10 x l2 vols., 2 ft.,
, , ln steel filing case. Basement. (10)
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EMERGENCY CROP AND FEED LOAN SECTION
FIELD SUPERVISOR
Walker Bldg., Main St.
This office was established in 1931 at its present address. It has
jurisdiction over Chester, McNairy, Hardeman, and Madison Counties. All

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_; records have been retained; none has been lost, destroyed, or sent to _
E- Washington. Reports are sent to the regional office at Memphis, Tennes-
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m; 9. ‘LEDGERS AND RECORD BOOKS, 1951 · 1956. Record of paid prior ac-
,2 counts, balance on accounts, net paid, record of loans, balance sheets,
E and prior application copies. Indexed. (Daily, official.) 10 x 15
g loose•leaf books (20), 5 ft. 8 in., on table. lst floor. (10)
), 10. OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1951 to date. With regional office,
§ state supervisor, and regional attorney; Form 10-M, Weekly Report; and
i travel vouchers. (Frequently, official.) 10 x l2 folders, 2 ft., in
{ filing case. lst. floor. (12)
) ll. APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS, 1957 to date. Form 2-ECFL-1957, Applica-
§ tion. (Daily, official.) 10 x 12 folders, 2 ft., in transfer case. lst
( riser, (11)
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Q FIELD SUPERVISOR
  Post Office Bldg.
  This office was established in 1955 at its present address. It has
E jurisdiction over Carroll, Henry, and Benton Counties. All records have
Q been retained; none has been lost, destroyed, or sent to Washington.
i 12. GENERAL FILE, 1955 to date. Form ECFL-Z, Application for Loan.
I (Frequently, official.) 10 x 12 folders, 8 ft., in filing case. R.
[ 204. (24)
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§ KNOXVILLE
( EMERGENCY CROP AND FEED LOAN SECTION
A FIELD SUPERVISOR
  I Post Office and Court House, Fhin and Walnut Sts.
This office was established in 1951. It was housed in the County
_ Court House at Main and Gay Streets from 1951 to April 1954, at which
A time it moved to its present address. All records have been retained;
I none has been lost, destroyed, or sent to Washington. Daily and weekly
A reports are sent to regional headquarters at Memphis, Tennessee.
l 15. CORRESPONDENCE AND RECORDS, 1951 to date. Correspondence, vou-
1 chars, weekly collection reports, state bulletins, loan letters from
Memphis, field supervisors’ letters, and weekly time sheets, Arranged by
subjects. (Frequently, official.) 9 x ll loose-leaf books (12), l ft.,
p on open wooden shelf. R, 5, W. side. (758)

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‘ LEXINGTON
Ai EMERGENCY CROP AND FEED LOAN SECTION
is FIELD SUPERVISOR
_ M. H. Britt Bldg., West Side of Square
r This office was established in 1951 at its present address. Sons
i. copies of records were lost by fire in 1956 but they have been dupli-
i cated. All other records have been retained; none has been lost, de-
; stroyed, or sent to Washington.
1 14. ADMINISTRATIVE FILE, 1951 to date. Form 10-M, weekly and daily
g reports to regional and state offices; Forms 1012, 10l2—A, and 1012-C,
j Travel Vouchers; and correspondence to clients and superior officials.
§ (Frequently, official.) 10 x 12 folders, 4 ft., in filing case. 2d
7 floor, (10)
1 15, GENERAL LEDGER, 1951 to date. Showing status of each account, ‘
Q location of farm, and general information regarding client, (Frequently,
E official.) 10 x 17 vols, (5), 9 in., on desk. 2d floor. (12)
i 16. TRIAL BALANCE SHEETS, 1951 to date. Showing all loans made,
Q c1ient•s name and address, amount due, date and amount of payments, and ‘
( loan number. (Frequently, official.) 14 x 17 loose-leaf books (2), 4 inn
A on table. 2d floor. (ll)
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I MEMPHIS
( EMERGENCY CROP AND FEED LOAN SECTION
  REGIONAL DIRECTOR'S OFFICE
A Reid Bldg., 274 Monroe Ave.
1 This office was established in 1951 as the Farmers• Seed Loan Office
P under the Department of Agriculture; in 1952 the name was changed to the
I Crop Production Loan Office and remained as such until March 27, 1955,
  when it was transferred tc the Farm Credit Administration. The office
  was housed at Third and Jefferson Streets in 1951; in the Federal Build-
A _ ing, 1951 to 1952; in the Falls Building, 1952; in the Shrine Building,
1 1955 to 1954, at which time it unved to its present address. Useless
{ papers are destroyed in accordance with regulations governing their dis-
posal. All other records have been retained; none has been lost, or de-
1 stroyed. Records are sent tc Washington only on request.
E 17. INDEX TO ALABAMA LOANS, 1927 tc date. Showing name and address
· of person making application for loan, year, loan number, code number,
‘ and disposition. Filed alphabetically by names of borrowers. (Frequent-
I ly, official.) 5 x 5 cards, 94 ft., in steel card cabinets. R, 278.
(ess)

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i 18. ACCOUNTS PAID PRIOR TO 1952 FOR ALABAMA, ARKANSAS, LOUISIANA, ·
§ MISSISSIPPI, AND TENNESSEE, 1929 - 1951. Showing name and address, code
Q number, amount of loan, loan number, interest, credit on principal, new
Q balance, and date. Filed numberically by code numbers under counties and
Q states. (Frequently, official.) 5% x 72 cards, 50 ft., in steel card
Q cabinet. R. 278. (721)
Q `,,_ 19. DEBIT, PAID, CANCELLED AND DISAPPROVED CARDS, 1929 - 1951. Show-
Q ing names, addresses and loan numbers of borrowers, amounts of applica-
g tions, amounts approved, dates approved, amounts due, and whether paid
f or disapproved. Filed alphabetically by counties. (Frequently, offi-
R cial.) 4 X 6 cards, 50 ft., in wooden and steel card cabinets. R. 278-A.
  
',_(» 20. INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS, 1929 — 1951. Showing loan numbers, names
* of borrowers, amounts, payments, interest, dates, principal, and total
A balances. Indexed. (Rarely, official.) 15 x 18 vol., 7 ft. 8 in., on
; wooden shelves. R. 278•A. (784)
I 21. INDIVIDUAL LOAN CARDS, 1929 — 1951. Covering Alabama, Arkansas,
an Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee, showing name, county, address,
g state, loan number, amount of application, amount approved, date of ap-
i proved voucher number, check number, date paid, principal of loan and
interest, total of loan, and balance due. Index. (Frequently, offi-
cial.) 4 x 6 cards, 148 ft. 6 in., in cabinets. R. 278-A. (778)
_ 22. PAID, CANCELLED, AND DISAPPROVED LOAN CARDS, 1929 — 1931. Show-
ing name, address, county, state, loan number, amount approved, date ap-
S proved, mortgage filed, mortgage renewed, mortgage released, date paid,
~ principal, interest, total, and balance due, covering Alabama and Ten-
J nessee. Filed alphabetically by county and state. (Rarely, official.)
4 x 6 cards, 4 ft. 6 in., in steel filing case. R. 278-A. (779)
25. ACTIVE FIELD SUPERVISORS• VOUCH RS, 1929 • 1952. Form 1012-A,
public voucher for reimbursement of travel and other expense of field
supervisors, showing name and address of field supervisors, expendi-
tures for 15-day period, and number of miles travelled per day; Form 22,
statement of travel by motor vehicle itemized daily, shmwing rate per
mile, hours of arrival, and departure at various stations. Filed alpha-
betically by supervisors• names. (Daily, official.) 8 x ll sheets,
A 12 ft., in steel filing cases. R, 274-A. (956)
I . 24. COUNTY CONTROL LEDGERS, 1929 - 1952. Accounts of amounts loaned
entire state for the states of Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland,‘
I Michigan, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, North Carolina,
~ Ohio, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia, showing
{ total number of loans, approved amounts, dates, interest, loans collec-
ted in full, numbers, approved amounts, and daily co11ections.' Arranged
~ by counties. (Rarely, official.) 12 x 14é and 14% x 17 vols., 5 ft.,
on wooden shelf. R. 278-A. (797)
25. SEED LOAN COLLATERAL ADVICES FOR ALABAMA, ARKANSAS, LOUISIANA,
MISSISSIPPI, AND TENNESSEE, 1929 - 1952. Warehouse receipts, correspond-‘
¥ ence, and contracts; index cards showing names and addresses of borrowers,

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§ lcan numbers, counties and states, amounts of loans, collaterals,
Q amounts of credits, net collateral, where cotton ls stored, selling
§ dates, and amounts; warehouse receipts showing cooperative statements
{ with numbers, names and addresses of borrowers, contract numbers, bale
Q numbers, class, weights, collateral basis and values, date sold, and
§ itemized statements. Index. (Occasionally, official.) 3 x 5 cards
E and 4%-x 9% envelopes, 378 ft. 4 ln., ln steel filing cases and steel
f card cabinets. R. 284-A. (908)
Q 26. ACTIVE ACCOUNTS IN TABULATING CARD FILES, 1929 - 1935. Showing
f nam  of state, county, loan number, amount due and name of borrower in
{ code. Arranged alphabetically by names of borrowers and by state and
Q county code numbers. (Daily, official.) 3% x 7% cards, 204 ft., ln
E card cabinets. R. 278. (899)
. 27. CARD INDEX T0 TENNESSEE LOANS, 1929 to date. Showing name and
S address of borrower, loan and code numbers, date, and disposition. Ar-
f— ranged alphabetically and by code system as to state and county numbers.
‘. (Frequently, official.) 3 x 5 cards, 88 ft. 6 ln., in steel card cabl-
— nets. R. 278. (703)
Q 28. CORRESPONDENCE, MEMORANDA, AND REFERENCE CARDS, 1929 to date.
» Correspondence, nmnnranda of contact, field representative memoranda
S and other data relative to bad faith, conversion of crops on which this
_ office holds mortgages, borrowers ability to pay, bankrupt cases, de-
ceased cases, and attorneys* efforts to collect on bad checks; and ref-
; ercnce cards showing all handllngs and addresses of borr wers. Arranged
j alphabetically by states. (Daily, official.) 9 x 12 folders and 3 x 5
( cards, 21 ft., in steel filing cases and steel card cabinets. R. 278-A.
(cse)
29. COUNTY LISTS OF BORROWERS FOR ARKANSAS, ALABAMA, MISSISSIPPI,
LOUISIANA, AND TENNESSEE, 1929 to date. Showing borrowers* names and
Y addresses, loan numbers, and amounts of obligation to FCA, issued and
` distributed to nerchants, business firms, and crop buyers for their
information concerning prior lien on bcrrowers' crops by FCA. Filed
alphabetically by states and counties. (Daily, official.) 8 x 16
covers, 17 ft., on wooden shelves. R. 274-A. (924)
. 30. LOAN RECORDS, 1929 to date. Covering applications of borrowers,
federal crop mortgage, waivers of lien, owners' or mortgagass'agreement,
p correspondence, examination record, report of borrower on use of loan,
* · official receipt of collection on loan, collateral adjustment work sheet,
special seed loan pool, cotton report and memorandum, field agentls re-
. port on borrower, application approved or disapproved, final disposition
or present condition of applicant's account, warehouse receipts showing
grade and staple of cotton, sale of cotton, compress transmittal sheet,
and seed loan collateral valuation statement. Filed numerically. 3 x 5
alphabetical card index, 603 ft., R. 278. (Frequently, official.) 9 x 12
folders, 7008 ft., in steel filing cases. R. 284. (686)
) 31. CABINET AND BINDER INVENTORIES, 1929 to date. Records showing
inventory number, where purchased, style of case or cabinet, purchase
} order number, price, date ordered, name of contractor, date assigned,

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Q to whom assigned, and inventory date. Index. (Frequently, official.)
Q 5 x 5 cards, 4 ft. 8 in., in steel card cabinet. R. 276. (757)
§ 52, COLLECTION AND CREDIT CORRESPONDENCE FOR ARKANSAS, ALABAMA, MIS•
§ SISSIPPI, LOUISIANA, AND TENNESSEE, 1929 to date. Filed by dates under
Q subjects. (Frequently, official.) 10 x 12 folders, 2 ft. 2 in., in
Q steel filing case. R, 278-A. (892)
§ 55. CORRESPONDENCE, 1929 to date. Pertaining to returned checks
§ (duplicates). Filed by months under years. (Frequently, official.)
`Q 10 x 12 folders, 5 in., in steel filing case. R. 278-A. (895)
E 54. CORRESPONDENCE, 1929 to date. Relative to dishonored checks,
§ collections and credits for Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana,
§ and Tennessee. Filed by dates under states and counties. (Frequently,
E official.) 10 x 12 folders, 5 ft. 2 in., in steel filing case. R.
3;; 2ve·A. (eee)
if 55. INVENTORY RECORD OF TABLES AND CHAIRS OF ASSORTED SIZES, 1929 to
y, date. Showing inventory number, type, size, kind, purchase order number,
Q; price, date ordered, contractor, date assigned, to whom assigned, and
Q inventory date. Index. (Frequently, official.) 5 x 5 cards, 3 ft. 8 ina
Q; in steel card cabinet. R. 276. (750)
° 56, CHECK STUBS, Mar. 19, 1929 · July 51, 1951. Checks issued to
g— various individuals showing check numbers, names of borrowers, amounts
{ and loan numbers (duplicates). Filed numerically. (Rarely, official.)
Ls 10% x 17 loose·leaf books (91), 25 ft., on wooden shelves. R. 278-A.
  (eee)
" 57. STATEMENTS AND SCHEDULE OF DISBURSEM NTS, Apr. 12, 1929 - Mar.
2 27, 1950. Schedule of disbursements showing dates, bureau schedule nume
j bers, disbursing office number, bureau voucher number, name of party
gr paid to, appropriation number and total amount paid; and statements of
Y disbursements showing bureau schedule number, department or establish-
{ ment, name of bureau or office, date paid, name, title or rank and sta-
F tion of disbursement officer, showing quarter ending, symbol number,
g total amount of appropriation and fund or appropriation title. (Rarely,
official.) 9 x 12 loose-leaf books (2), 4 in., on wooden shelf. R.
  2ve-·A. (ess)
it 58. SCH DULE OF COLLECTIONS, Aug. 27, 1929 · July 22, 1950. Showing
f date received, reference or receipt number, name of rendtter, purpose
Q ' for which remittance was made, and amount and funds to be credited. (Rare-
? ly, official.) 9 x l2%·loose·leaf books (6), 1 ft., on wooden shelves.
  R. 278-A. (ez?)
?i » 59, COUNTY RELIEF COMMITTEE BOOK FOR STATE OF ALABAMA, 1950. Showing
r names of county relief committees, occupations and addresses of committee-
] men, information pertaining to crops and estimate of applications to be
j made in their counties for 1950. Arranged by counties. (Rarely, offi-
g cial.) 9 x ll 1oose·1eaf book, é in., on wooden shelf. R. 278-A. (841)

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§ 40. SCHEDULES OF DISBURSEMENTS, 1930 - 1932; 1934. Showing date
Q paid, department or establishment, bureau or office, name of official,
§ title or rank, station, month or quarter ending, symbol number, bureau
Q schedule number, disbursing offioer*s voucher number, bureau or office
Q voucher number, payee, symbol of appropriation or fund and amount; and
g schedules of transfers and refunds, spoiled check inventory, and inven-
§ tory of unused treasury checks. (Rarely, official.) 9 x 14 covers,
é 8§·x 14 bundle and 10 x 12 sheets, 9 in., on wooden shelf. R. 278-A.
E (815)
i 41. WASHINGTON TEMPORARY RECEIPT BOOKS, 1930 - 1934. Receipts given
fi on part payment of loans. Indexed. (Rarely, official.) 3 x 9 receipt
Q books, 131 ft. 3 in., on shelves and in steel filing cabinets. R. 278-A.
Q (sos)
} 42. DAILY SUMMARY OF ABSTRACT SHEETS, 1930 - 1935. Forms 9 and
Ti H-305, showing names and addresses cf borrowers, approved amounts of
y loans, amounts of interest deducted, amounts of checks, amounts of prino
p cipal and interest paid and credit balances. Filed numerically. (Fre-
Q quently, official.) 8% x 16 and ll x 15 sheets, 3 ft., in steel filing
i ease. R. 2vs—A. (sc1)
__ 43. CASH CONTROL FORM, 1930 to date. Form H·302, showing su mary of
p appropriations by states and counties for Tennessee, Arkansas, Alabama,
” Mississippi, and Louisiana, and summary of each day*s business showing
k total daily collections, disbursements, closed accounts and current ao-
, counts. Arranged by states and counties. (Frequently, official.) 4 x 7%
l cards, 81 ft., in steel card cabinets. R. 278. (894)
g 44. CANCELLED AND DISAPPROVED LOANS, 1931. Showing name and address
5 of borrower, loan number, amount of application, amount approved, date
‘ of approval and whether cancelled or disapproved. Filed alphabetically
9 by names under counties. (Frequently, official.) 4 x 6 cards, 13 ft.,
· ·,~· in steel card cabinet. R, 278-A. (806)
l‘ 45. CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT AND REFUND LISTS, 1931. Certificates
. showing name and address of depositor, date, deposit number, title, name
“ of depository bank or treasury office, symbol number, and name and ad-
; dress of officer to be credited; and refund lists showing person by whom
I refund was received, quarter ending, date received, remitter, purpose,
c amount refunded and amount to be transferred to regular account. Filed
j by dates and deposit numbers. (Rarely, official.) 3% x 9 and 9 x 12
Q _ loose-leaf books, l ft., in steel filing case. R. 278-A. (855)
Q 46. COTTON COLLATERAL RECORDS OF AMERICAN COTTON COOPERATIVE ASSOCIA-
§ TION, 1931. Showing county number, name of county, number of bales in
@1 Storage, receipt number, weight, name and address of borrower and name
p of warehouse where cotton is stored in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mis-
ii sissippi and Tennessee, (Rarely, official.) 9 x 15 loose-leaf binders
5 (5), 9 in., on wooden shelf. R. 278-A. (830)
I 47. FIELD AGENTS' RECEIPT STUBS, 1931. Showing receipt number, date
5 of payment, name, county, loan number, amount due, amount of principal,

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{ amount of interest, and total payment. (Occasionally, official.)
{ 3 3/4 x 9 1/4 stubs, 6 ft., in steel filing case. R. 278-A. (850)
é 48. KEY BOOKS, 1931. Covering checking schedules of remittances of
§ Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. (Frequently,
Q official.) 10 x 12 loose-leaf books (5), 1 ft., on steel filing cases.
Q` R. 278-A. (775)
_; 49. SCHEDULE OF COLLECTIONS AND RECEIPTS, 1931. Collection sheets,
Q showing date, schedule number, receipt number, remitter, purpose, amount
@ and funds to be credited; and receipts showing loan number, name and
ni address of applicant, amount approved, credit appropriation, check nume
Q ber, date and amount. Filed by dates. (Rarely, official.) 9 x 12 en-
5 velopes, 1 in., in steel filing case. Damaged by careless handling.
5  R. 2vs·-A. (ssc-;)
{ 50. SCHEDULE OF DISBURSEM NTS, MEMPHIS, AND SCHEDULE OF AMOUNTS WITH·‘
E HELD T0 INSURE PAYMENT OF INTEREST, 1931. Showing sheet numbers, offices,
§ departments, names, titles, stations, period or quarterly ending, symbol
QA numbers, parties. to whom paid, appropriations, check numbers, total
g2 amounts paid and paid in cash, and appropriation voucher numbers. Filed
§* numerically by voucher numbers. (Rarely, official.) 9 x 14 and 8% x 10%
Qi bundles, 2 ft. 7 in., in steel filing case. R. 278-A. (798)
g 51. UNCOLLECTIBLE ACCOUNTS OF AGRICULTURAL REHABILITATION LOANS IN
’p SOUTHEASTERN STATES, 1931. Showing number of loans, amount of collateral
E held, interest, balance for credit, dates and remittances. Arranged by
Y- states. (Rarely, official.) 15 x 17 vols., 1 ft. 4 in., on wooden shelf.
{ R. 278-A. (865)
Q 52. APPLICATIONS FOR POSITIONS, 1931 - 1932. Correspondence and regu-
E _v.· lar application forum regarding various positions. Filed alphabetically
Q by names of applicants. (Frequently, official.) 9 x 12 folders, 4 ft.,
R` in steel filing case. R. 284. (692)
{Q 53. CLOSED ACCOUNTS OF ALL STATES, 1931 - 1932. Showing dates, ap-
} propriations, states, counties, amounts of checks, cash received, inter-
le est, amounts of loans, amounts of payments, and numbers of loans closed.
Q (Rarely, official.) ll x 15 sheets and 14 x 15 bundles, 1 ft. 6 in., on
  floor. R. 2*rs-A. (see)
{ 54. CODE BOOKS, 1931 · 1932. Showing code numbers, names of borrowers,
9 · and loan numbers, covering Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and
A Tennessee. Filed alphabetically. (Frequently, official.) 8% x 16 3/4
E vols. (10), 1 ft. 9 in., on wooden table. R. 278-A. (792)
§ . 55. COLLATERAL CASH, 1931 · 1932. Showing name and address, code
Q number, date, loan number, and cash balance due borrowers. Filed numeri-
Q cally by code numbers under states and counties. (Frequently, official.)
T 3%-x 7% cards, 64 ft. 6 in., in steel card cabinets. R. 278. (727)
§= 56. COTTON APPLIED AS COLLATERAL ON LOANS FOR LOUISIANA, ARKANSAS, ’
f ALABAMA, AND TENNESSEE, 1931 - 1932. Record for each state showing town,
A name, and approximate value of collateral. Arranged alphabetically by

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} counties and states. (Never,) 8% x 14 1oose—1eaf books, 10 in., in
is pasesbeare box. R. zee. (771)
Q. 57. DEBIT, TRANSFER, AND ADJUSTMENT VOUCHERS, 1951 · 1952. Debit
`§ vouchers showing uncollected checks returned, description of checks,
@ reasons for return of checks, and dates; transfer vouchers showing
f names, loan numbers, and code numbers; and correction sheets covering
Q names, loan numbers, counties, and states. (Rarely, official.) 9 x 12
A loose-leaf books, 1 ft., in steel filing case. R. 278-A. (865)
Q 58. INDEX TO CHATTEL EORTGAGE LOANS, 1951 · 1952. Showing name and
§ address of party, loan and code numbers, date when mortgage was sent out,
R and dates returned for approval and reported. Filed alphabetically by
A states. Card index, R. 284, (Occasionally, official.) 5 x 5 cards,
g 1 ft., in steel card cabinet. R. 278. (700)
g 59. LIST OF COOPERATIVE AND WAREHOUSE COTTON SOLD, 1951 · 1952.
Q Statements of sales of 1951 Farmers• Seed Loan Office Collateral Cottcn,’
§ with checks attached, showing name, address, contract, date, loan number,
Q bales, and net proceeds for Louisiana; statements from Mississippi Coe
{ operative Cotton Association showing date, name, address, loan number,
E check number, and amounts to be applied on individual accounts for 1951
Q feed and seed loans; statements from Alabama Farm Bureau Cotton Associa-
Z tion and fixations of special seed loan cotton for 1951 ~ 1952 season,
E, showing contract numbers, names, addresses, net proceeds, bales of cotton,
j balance due on 1951 loans, interest, and total; and relative correspond-
Q ence and memoranda. Filed by dates. (Rarely, official.) 9 x 12 enr
QQ velopes, 2 in., in steel filing case. R. 278-A. (890)
E 50. IDAN INQUIRIES, 1951 — 1952. Correspondence and applications
{ for loans. (Frequently, official.) 9 x