Invoice, O. Cobb & Co. to Rigdon, Smith & Cowdery, 13 October 1836
O. Cobb & Co., Invoice, , NY, to , Smith, & , [, Geauga Co., OH], 13 Oct. 1836; handwriting of S. E. Darling; one page; JS Office Papers, CHL. Includes docket and redactions.Single leaf measuring 6½ x 7⅝ inches (17 x 19 cm). The top and left edges of the document have the square cut of manufactured paper; the bottom and right edges of the form are torn, suggesting it was removed from a form book or separated from a series of several printed forms on a page. Printed in black ink in the top right corner is the date line, business logo, and address for O. Cobb & Co. in several font types. Two horizontal black lines divide the printed text from inscribed text. The document was trifolded vertically. Graphite redactions appear throughout the invoice in the handwriting of , ca. 1836. Marcellus Cowdery docketed the verso of the second panel: “O. Cobb & Co. | Fish. | $217.88”.This document was in the possession of church agents who purchased fish from O. Cobb & Co. in . It was subsequently given to , who compared the contents of the invoice with the goods received. Based on the docket by Cowdery, the invoice was in church possession by 1837, suggesting continuous institutional custody.