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Amate Plantation Records, 1895-1955

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Identifier: A0026

Title: Amate Plantation Records, 1895-1955


The Mexican Coffee Trading and Planting Co. of New York was incorporated December 5, 1895, with its headquarters in St. Louis. The purpose of the company was to sell on commission and export coffee, woods, fruit and other agricultural products from Mexico to the United States and other countries. The company owned a coffee and rubber plantation, Amate Plantation, in Mexico. The plantation and all its belongings were bought by Samuel M. Kennard and Frank M. Estes of St. Louis, June 1, 1904.

The papers of the plantation include the corporation papers of the Mexican Coffee Trading and Planting Co. of New York, the Missouri certificate of incorporation, deeds, memoranda, receipts and correspondence. Also includes papers after the plantation was sold to Samuel M. Kennard and Frank M. Estes.

3 folders

Cite as: Amate Plantation Records, Missouri History Museum Archives, St. Louis.

Rights: UND


Dates: 1895-1955

Type(s): Administrative Records

Maker/Creator: Mexican Coffee Trading and Planting Co.

Subjects: Business


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