Smith, Herbert, d 1904 (merchant)
- Existence: d 1904
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
The correspondents include Herbert Smith (partner, Jardine, Matheson & Co.); J.W. Van den Broek; and Weber, Leysner & Co.
The correspondents include Francis Bulkeley Bulkeley-Johnson (also Francis Bulkeley Johnson, afterwards Bulkeley-Johnson); James Bridges Endicott (uncle of Henry C. Endicott); Thomas Blake Glover; Glover & Co.; William Gowland (Imperial Mint); L. Joseph & Co.;William Keswick; Kenneth Ross Mackenzie; James Martin Jnr (Captain of the 'Stag'); Herbert Smith (partner, Jardine, Matheson & Co.); Nicanor Tejerina; T. Waters (engineer to Imperial Mint); and Edward Whittall.
Letters from Tokyo (Yedo). The correspondents include Victor Faga; Minister for Foreign Affairs, Japan; [ ] Keswick; Kenneth Macrae; Charles Maries; Terashima Numenori; Harry Smith Parkes; John Pitman; and Herbert Smith (partner, Jardine, Matheson & Co.).
Manuscript originals and press copies of correspondence of John Bell-Irving, Sir Robert Jardine, William Keswick, William Paterson and Herbert Smith, with related documents, including a few telegrams. The envelope is numbered 50, and lists the subject matter as 'allocations of shares in JM & Co. Retirement of William Paterson promotion of Herbert Smith + James Bell-Irving'.
Copies (mostly press copies) of letters from Hugh Piercy Austin and Herbert Smith, agents of Jardine Matheson, Yokohama, with related accounts. Most of the letters are to correspondents in the United States, but there are also letters to China, Europe, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Indochina and Japan. The envelope also includes some copies of letters by other authors, including W. Kemptner & Co., E. Fischer and C.S. Hope.
Copies (including press copies) of letters from H.P. Austin, Edward Fischer, C.S. Hope and Herbert Smith, Yokohama, to F.B. Johnson, William Keswick and Edward Whittall, Shanghai.
Press copies of letters from William Keswick, Herbert Magniac and James Whittall, Hong Kong, to correspondents in Japan, prinicipally Herbert Smith and Edward Whittall, Yokohama.