Connecticut Fire Insurance Company (Red Cloud, Neb.) [RG3993.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID

RG3993.AM: Connecticut Fire Insurance Company (Red Cloud, Neb.)

Records: 1897-1921
Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb.: Insurance company
Size: 1 volume

BACKGROUND NOTE

The Connecticut Fire Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut had local agents in Red Cloud, Nebraska, throughout the years covered by these records. Agents included George O. Geiser (1897-1900), R.D. Bedford (1898-1900), Elmer U. Overman and L.H. Blackledge (1901), C.H. Potter (1901), Sellars and Mizer (1905), Sellars and Holmes (1907), George W. Hutchison (1910-1921), Alfred R. Saladen (1912-1921) and Daniel Garber (1913).

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

This collection consists of one volume, an insurance policy register dating from 1897-1921. This material relates to insurance policies held with the Connecticut Fire Insurance Company agency in Red Cloud, Nebraska. The register, 1897-1921, records the policy-holder’s name, policy number, residence, commencement of risk, terms of risk, expiration date, amount insured, rate and premium. A copy of the policy, providing specific details of what is being insured, is also included.

INVENTORY

Volume

  1. Insurance policy register, 1897-1921

Subject headings:

Insurance — Nebraska — Red Cloud
Insurance, fire — Nebraska — Red Cloud
Hutchison and Saladen (Red Cloud, Neb.)
Garber, Hutchison, and Saladen (Red Cloud, Neb.)
Overman and Blackledge (Red Cloud, Neb.)
Red Cloud (Neb.) — Businesses
Sellars and Mizer (Red Cloud, Neb.)
Sellars and Holmes (Red Cloud, Neb.)
Webster County (Neb.) — Businesses

Revised 08-24-2007 TMM

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