Included are papers, 1832-1848, found in the daybook concerning the operation of a brick kiln, receipts, a property lease, notes about construction work, and accounts of merchandise bought and sold. The daybook, 1832-1840, records the buying and selling of general merchandise such as butter, sugar, molasses, thread, potatoes, and coffee. It also ...
Paper with leather binding. Apparently from Orange County, New York. Describes work done and money received. Localities mentioned include North Sea, "S[ag?] Harbor," and "Ketchabonnock" (Ketchaponack, New York?).
Includes entries of items sold (including groceries, small household items, and general hardware).
A daybook from a general store in Aurora, West Virginia.
In 1882, brothers Charles and Henry Hagan established a carriage, coach, and wagon business in Frederick, Maryland. This collection represents approximately two decades of business transactions through 21 volumes of daybooks and ledgers.
The day-to-day business records of a Charleston, South Carolina pharmacy, including day books, ledger books, cash books, prescription books, invoices, letterpress copybooks, and formula books.
Includes a daybook and diary kept by Cyrus Byington and notes on the diary by Peter J. Hudson. MS 2148-a Daybook of purchases and copies of reports of the Iyanoki Female Seminary for 1844-48 and 1860 together with letters and other material. MS 2148-b Diary for 1862. MS 2148-c Typescript notes by Peter J. Hudson intended to aid in the interpre...
The Richard Ceough papers include five typed and bound reports written by Ceough on his archaeological work in Chiapas, Mexico over four summer seasons from 1943-1946.
A farm journal and account book for a farm located at Long Branch, Harford County, Maryland, covering the time period March 1879 to August 1884 (excepting 1880) and documenting all aspects of farm life and labor.
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