J. C. Jones Ledger
Scope and Contents
Large ledger containing accounts for various customers from an area around Richmond, based on some of the writing within the ledger. Some entries include a section tallying the money owed by the mill to the recorder. There are many areas throughout the ledger where someone has made pencil drawings of soldiers, houses, and horses. Additionally, this ledger has a large section of news clippings listing various recipes, cures for ailments, and farming recommendations.
- Creation: 1866- 1868
- Jones, J. C. (Person)
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0.01 Linear Feet
Immediate Source of Acquisition
- Guide to the J. C. Jones Ledger
- Christina R. Luers, CA
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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