International Land Company

International Land Company
Item# 4724

The International Land Company was originally incorporated under the laws of New York state in 1864, with Erastus Corning, John F. Winslow, John A. Griswold, Erastus Corning, Jr., and Woodruff T. Barnes listed as incorporators. The company charter empowered International Land to buy and sell or exchange lands, and to introduce into general use agricultural implements and machinery driven or impelled by steam; and for promoting, providing and encouraging emigration from foreign countries, and for providing homesteads for emigrants.

The company was reorganized in 1883, and was later liquidated in 1924.

Close Up of Vignettes:

Certificate: Capital Stock Certificate, issued in the 1880s

Printer: Henry Seibert & Bro. Lith., New York

Dimensions: 9 (h) x 11 3/4 (w)

State: NY-New York

Subject Matter: Real Estate and Related | Land Development | Dated 1880s

Vignette Topic(s): Ship Featured | Train Featured | Locomotive-Funnelstack | Farming Scene | Government Seal Featured | State Seal Featured | New York State Seal | Multiple Scenes

Condition: Vertical fold lines, no cancels and toning and edge faults from age.

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