DescriptionInterim Depository Receipt Abingdon, (VA)- $2,900 March 4, 1864 Tremmell VA-19.
Abingdon is the seat of Washington County and in Civil War times, a banking center on the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad. This receipt was signed by James K. Gibson, who was an officer of the local branch of the Exchange Bank as depositary. On the next to last line, "to fund, tax and limit the currency" has been crossed through with a pen so that it simply reads "act." Fine 2 POC.
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