Re: Transferring money to Ukraine in 1914 #general


Alan <ahssha_at_rcn_dot_com@...>
 

In article <44962BCC.2000108@...>,
krippens@... (krippens) wrote:

I am interested to know how money
might have been transferred >from the United States to Ukraine in
1913-1914. If someone in the US wanted to get money to someone in the
Ukraine, what would have been the preferred method? Was there a way to
wire money? Would it have to have been hand-carried or would it have
been sent in the mail?

Thanks very much,
Karen Jo Rippens
My grandfather sent 100 rubles to his father in Ukraine in 1917. I
assume he sent it via the Russian consulate in New York, because there's
a record of it in the Consular archives (available on microfilm). It
amounted to $13.05 + 25 cents postage and 4 cents for translation costs.

--
Alan Shuchat, Newton, Mass.
ahssha at rcn dot com

SHUCHAT (Talnoye, Simferopol, Sevastopol, Odessa, Balta (Abazovka),
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