Vintage Checks from 1932, Cancelled, From Hampton and Phoebus, Virginia. Dixie Hospital.

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Vintage checks from 1932 that have been cancelled. Each one has a stamped set of holes stating PAID and the date of the transaction. They were written in Hampton and Phoebus which are in Virginia. Dates on them range from July 12th to 20th 1932 and the bank is Merchants National Bank (which is still in existence today, celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2014). The checks belonged to a Mrs William. E. Knewstep who was married to Dr. Knewstep and they lived on Victoria Boulevard in Hampton, Virginia.



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