Ledgers, 1811-1826, of Elisha Jackson, merchant, of Louisa County, Va.
Papers of Mildred Jackson of Williamsburg, Virginia. She was a private piano instructor in Williamsburg, a performer with the William and Mary Music Department, and the wife of Dr. Jess Jackson, a professor of English at William and Mary. Includes lesson plans, music books, financial records, correspondence, newspaper articles, photographs, programs, and address books.
Register, 1819-1832, of accounts of mail sent from the post office at Jackson, Louisa County, Va.
Ledger, 1857-1866, of Jacob B. Smith, of Middle Mills, Middlebrook, Augusta County, Va. which contains grist mill accounts.
Journal, 1801-1810, of James Bailey, leather goods dealer, Lexington, Virginia.
Ledgers, 1793-1799, of James Campbell, merchant, of Lexington, Va. One volume (MsV Ame12) includes accounts with members of the Watt family which were paid for by weaving. There are also loose receipts and legal documents in the third volume (MsV Ame13).
Correspondence of Cyrus Rosser James (1855-1937), Methodist minister in Virginia (on the Buckingham, Heathsville, North Mecklenburg and Whitestone Charges), with his family including his wife, Annie (Shields) James and his children. Also includes account books, accounts, photographs, scrapbooks, printed books and postcards.
Bank book, 1834-1840, of James Hamilton with the Bank of Virginia.
Account books, and a bank book, 1868-1883, of James N. Dunlop, Richmond, Va.
Includes accounts as a doctor in Augusta County, Virginiaa. with members of the Blakemore family and with Jedediah Hotchkiss (p. 33) and accounts of drawing up legal documents, surveying, and selling merchandise (including books, papers, and school supplies). Also contains register of births of slaves, free blacks, and whites (1857-1897).
Ledger, 1850-1853, of James W. Nalls, of The Plains, Fauquier County, Va. which contains grist mill accounts.
Account book, 1859-1867, of James Woodhouse and Co., merchants, of Richmond, Va. who sold books, pianofortes, stationery, and fancy goods.
James towne collony Pottery ledger book of Paul Griesenauer recording sales which includes autographs of customers; printed book, The Shenandoah Pottery, 1929; and decals in an envelope addressed to Palin Thorley.
Index, circa 1800, to the ledger of an unidentified merchant in Jefferson County, Virginia [West Virginia].
Four page letter from Joanna Ross written on leaterhead from the Virginia Institution for the education of the deaf, dumb, and the blind, Staunton, Virginia. She describes reading to a blind girl and of learning sign language. She also comments on the mild weather in Staunton, her sister's health, people she has met, and books she has recently enjoyed reading.
Ledger, 1826-1848, of Dr. John Bragg, Petersburg, Va. concerning his medical practice.
Memorandum book, 1835-1858, of Rev. John C. Hensell, Middlebrook, Augusta County, Virginiaa. which contains a list of baptisms, marriages, and texts of sermons preached at St. John's and St. Peter's churches, as well as a list of subscribers to The Weekly Messenger.
Commonplace book, 1833-1842, of John C. Mercer, which includes a list of Greek derivatives, French phrases, and essays.
Journal, 1873-1875, of John C. Shields, merchant, of Riverside [Rockbridge County], Va. which includes receipts and newspaper clippings.
Ledger, 1813-1826, of John Cyrus Letcher, leather craftsman of Lexington, Virginia.
Ledger, 1852-1853, of John D. Hobson, Howard's, Goochland [Co., Va.] which contains grist mill accounts and accounts of sawing lumber.
Ledger, 1831-1840, of John H. McElfresh, banker, probably of Frederick County, Md.