Drinker & Morris (Richmond, VA)

Drinker & Morris Smith,Samuel,Drinker & Morris ( RO. I. Smith, M. Drinker and Adolphus Morris)

Richmond

Virginia *1

Originally:(1841) Smith,Samuel,Drinker & Morris ( RO. I. Smith, M. Drinker and Adolphus Morris) , (1842) Smith Drinker & Morris ( No Samuel)

  1. (1843)Drinker & Morris, at their old stand. Richmond Enquirer, December,7,1843

2.(1843) Emporium of Standard Literature, Annuals, "Blank Books and Stationery of every description always on hand,and Bookbinding,in all varieties, executed in the best manner, on moderate terms."Richmond Enquirer,December 7,1843.
3. Agricultural Exhibition, No. 38 prize medal to Drinker & Morris, for specimen of Bookbinding and Blank Books.Richmond Enquirer, October 20, 1846

  1. (1849) Notice. the Concern of Drinker & Morris was dissolved, by mutual consent, o the 30th ult.. The unsettled business will be closed as speedily as possible by A. Morris, who is authorized to use the name of the concern in liquidation. Samuel M. Drinker, A. Morris"
    A. Morris will continue the business of the late firm at the old stand , and solicits a continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed upon it and its predecessors." ... "All persons indebted to the late Firm are earnestly requests to make payment as early as practicable, as it is important that the business of the Firm should be closed as rapidly as possible. Jan 17" Richmond Enquirer, January 19, 1849.
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