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Finance, Personal

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = NAHSTE

Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:

16.93 Male, Married, 25-34 yrs, Hysteria, December 1946

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/15
Scope and Contents "Dull but bright enough to try and diddle you. Was working in an engineering firm now on compensation. Bronchitis and asthma, not alcoholic. Father, dead, scurvy. Children: 3, all undernourished, Dr confirms. Off and on Public assistance. House fairly clean, not overcrowded, inharmonious. Labour Exchange: Unsteady work record but has not been on the register for some time. Nurse confirms, just a wrong one. Was on PA. On and off all the time. [Male informant] confirms that this man is a...
Dates: Other: December 1946

31.59 Female, Single, Over 65 yrs, Suspected psychiatric illness, July 1945

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/30
Scope and Contents

"This old lady is queer, never says a word to anybody, often seen on the road picking up bits of stick. Used to be a dressmaker, now seems to have a private income. [Male informant] thinks this lady keeps herself to herself because she has no hair and wears a wig. She is very honest and proud - will not accept financial help although her means are very meagre - sits without a fire because others need it more etc."

Dates: Other: July 1945

33.56 Female, Married, 35-44 yrs, Undiagnosed, July 1947

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/32
Scope and Contents

"This woman is a bad manager, cannot deal with her money, buys things on the instalment plan and then has them taken away from her. Roman Catholic."

Relatives in survey: children 33.55, 33.57

Dates: Other: July 1947

36.21 Male, Single, 14 yrs and under, High grade mental defective, June 1947

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/35
Scope and Contents

"Certified MD. Overcrowded but clean. They are a feckless lot - thriftless, never have boots or adequate clothes, always borrowing food. And yet £12 goes into the house each week - nobody knows how they spend it as they do not drink. Mother very fond of the pictures. Thought to neglect the family."

Relatives in survey: Siblings 36.22, 36.23, 36.24, 36.25

Dates: Other: June 1947

16.292 Female, Married, 15-24 yrs, Anxiety neurosis, August 1944

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/15
Scope and Contents

"Attended OPC - anxiety state. Blitzed in [area] in 1940. Parents in [area name redacted] healthy and normal. Father used to drink heavily. The eldest of 13 - others said to be normal. Grandfather in MH after 1914/18 war. Husband a dock labourer, then in Pioneer Corps. Little girl of 3. Little furnished hut at 15/-."

Dates: Other: August 1944

16.303 Male, Single, 35-44 yrs, Low grade mental defective, Epilepsy, August 1947

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/15
Scope and Contents

"Seen at OPC - MD and epilepsy. Admitted to CRI as VP. Parents dead. Father was epileptic and died in 1908. 1 brother and 3 sisters. Worked as a casual farm labourer. Discharged from army on account of mental symptoms. Now unemployable. Dr says a gross defective. When working got 30/- plus food."

Dates: Other: August 1947

Account books, 1923-1964

Identifier: BAI 2/6

Finance, 1928-1959

Identifier: BAI 1/15
Scope and Contents

notes of income and expenditure; New York names & addresses; receipts

Dates: 1928-1959

General: early 1946, 1946

Identifier: BAI 1/17/23
Scope and Contents

Correspondence and related items, including letters from his brother Donald Macpherson Baillie, George Arthur Buttrick, Bertram Christian, David Smith Cairns, Melville Dinwoodie (BBC), and Henry Pitney Van Dusen. Also correspondence relating to personal finance.

Dates: 1946

Household and family items, c1920-c1960

Identifier: BAI 13
Scope and Contents

Household and family items consists of:

  1. Account/bank books
  2. Cuttings of intimations
  3. Christmas cards (& list)
  4. Items relating to moving from New York to Canada
  5. Party games
  6. Recipes
Dates: c1920-c1960