'Foreign' loans: sundry correspondence and papers
A series of papers covering a wide range of loans business, including 'Foreign' loans, and personal loans made to individuals. It was originally thought that many of these papers originated in the Special Subject Correspondence series XI/111, but they are not part of this series, and may have been kept by the Loans Department.
'Foreign' loans, sundry correspondence and papers, 1813-1942
000/73, 25 boxes
Sundry papers concerning the loans business of N M Rothschild & Sons. The files include papers relating to a loan to Prince Albert, Egyptian loans business, Ottoman loans business, French loans business, South African loans business, United States loans business, Russian loans business, Dutch loans business, Japanese loans business, Brazilian loans business, Chilian loans business, New Zealand loans business, Hungarian loans business, Austrian loans business, British Government Consols, various railway loans, including the Canadian Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, the Indian Famine Relief Fund, 1897, the Manchester Ship Canal, and the New Telephone Company. (Note: these papers were previously incorrectly catalogued within the Special Subject Correspondence series XI/111).
'Foreign' loans, sundry correspondence and papers, c.1920-1934
000/97, 8 boxes
Sundry papers concerning the loans business of N M Rothschild & Sons. The papers include files concerning the administration of loans and share issues, correspondence with underwriters and syndicate members, notes, text of agreements and general bonds, prospectuses, some purchaser lists, and accounts of expenses for issuing loans. Includes papers concerning Hungarian loans business, German loans business, Brazilian loans business, Japanese loans business, Chilian loans business, French and United States railway loans business. A few files concern British loans business including, loans for extensions and improvements to the London Electric Railway, Metropolitan District Railway, Central London Railway & City and South Railway and papers concerning the 1931 Woolworths issue. (Note: these papers were previously incorrectly catalogued within the Special Subject Correspondence series XI/111).