From the business records of I. Schiffman and Company. In the first letter, Lawrence B. Goldsmith of I. Schiffman and Co. inquires about selling cotton through the Alabama Farm Bureau Cotton Association. In his reply, Northington asserts that "we will be glad to handle any cotton for you that was grown on your farm and make the government advance up to 15.64� Middling basis."
From the business records of I. Schiffman and Company. The application for membership was completed by Lawrence B. Goldsmith, a member of the I. Schiffman & Co. firm. The front of the pamphlet notes that this copy is a duplicate.
From the business records of I. Schiffman and Company. The letters contain lists of farmers whose cotton I. Schiffman & Co. is marketing through the Alabama Farm Bureau Cotton Association. The materials include notes from each farmer instructing the Association to hold their cotton in the "regular annual pool [...] subject to lien on same held by I. Schiffman & Company." Each letter indicates the value of the cotton.
From the business records of I. Schiffman and Company. The materials include letters and instructions for handling and delivering the 1930-31 cotton crop to the Alabama Farm Bureau Cotton Association. The instructions describe the different pools available for marketing cotton and lists warehouses throughout Alabama to be used for storing cotton. The last item, a letter from N. S. Stewart, discusses low cotton prices since 1926 and lists advantages of marketing cotton through the Association.