Letters of Credit
Several series have survived which relate to letters of credit for American individuals and companies to be paid by European banks have survived. The letters of credit from the American banks are pasted into each volume, usually with a sample of the client's signature. The volumes are indexed.
Credits American, 1874-1923
II/40/0-7, 8 volumes
The transactions in this series involve the accounts of individuals.
Credits Bank of California, 1880-1907
II/41/1-21, 21 volumes
In a format similar to the above series, but recording transactions with both companies and individuals.
Credits London & San Francisco Bank, 1903-1905
II/42/0, 1 volume
This volume records transactions with companies and individuals.
Credits Lee Higginson & Co., 1902
II/43/0, 1 volume
One volume recording transactions with companies and individuals.
Letters of Credit and Guarantee Bank of California, 1881-1884
II/60/0-1, 2 volumes
This series contains duplicates of letters from the Bank to NMR.
Draft Lists Bank of California, 1881-1906
II/46/0B-13, 14 boxes
The reports contained within this series are routine extracts from the accounts, stating the valuations made by the Bank of California on NMR.