|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Cutts, Ernest A., 1857-1927.|
|Title:||E.A. Cutts Company papers|
|Extent:||0.5 cubic feet (2 volumes)|
Ernest A. Cutts (1857-1927) was a cotton broker. He is first listen in the Savannah city directories in 1886 as a cotton merchant. He is listed as local manager for Russell & Mason, cotton commissioners of Philadelphia, 1888-1890. In 1891 or 1892 he began his own firm, E.A. Cutts, cotton broker, which continued under that name until ca. 1920 when it became E.A. Cutts Company in association with Claude S. Cutts. After the death of E.A. Cutts the firm was continued for several years by C.S. Cutts.
This collection consists of two volumes of country sales notes, the first dating October 7, 1896 to August 31, 1897, the second from July 9 to December 5, 1900.
[item identification], E.A. Cutts Company papers, MS 193, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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|1||Country sales notes, 1896 October 7-1897 August 31|
|2||Country sales notes, 1900 July 9-December 5|