Post office account book, 1905-1906, of S. A. Flanagan, postmaster, of Flanagan Mills, Cumberland County, Va.
Account book, 1792-1795, of William Flower, farmer.
Dated 1805-1881. Business and personal letters and papers of Floyd L. Whitehead, Deputy Sheriff of Nelson County. Included are day books and fee books of the county; Confederate tax forms for the listing of cattle and agriculture products on which ten percent, tax-in-kind was to be paid; and broadsides advertising lotteries for the District of Columbia, Monongalia Academy, the Dismal Swamp Company and of the State of Virginia.
Account book of Fluvanna Female Institute with names of patrons and payment receipts for board. Also includes an inventory and account book of a farm at "Bremo," Fluvanna County, Va. This farm was presumably owned by John Hartwell Cocke. Includes produce sold and expenses paid. Of note, are some entries that include tax in kind payments of oats to either the United States Union or Confederacy. There is a loose page of inventory of implements at "Lower Bremo," New Kent County, Va.
Ledger, 1831-1852, of Franklin Taylor, merchant, of Luney's Creek, Hardy County, Va. [W. Va.] which includes manuscript sheet music for "Coquette Cotillion" by W. H. Stine.
Records (two volumes) 1865 and 1906-1928 (bulk) of the Freie Reformierte Emmanuels Gemeinde zu West Philadelphia (Philadelphia, Pa.).
Minute book, 1875-1888, of the Friends of Temperance, Mt. Solon [Va.] Council No. 50. Blanche Paul served as secretary and John W. Hopewell served as president. Includes loose papers and a 1836 letter from Elisabeth T. Hopewell.
Ledger, 1861-1865, of A. K. Fulton and A. S. Fulton, merchants.
Account books (ledger and cash book), 1825-1834, of Andrew Steele Fulton, Wythe County, Va. One volume includes recipes for English champagne and for current wine.
Receipt book, 1853-1876, of Dr. G. G. Davison, Lexington, Va. The receipts were pasted into a printed book which was also used as a scrapbook for newspaper clippings.
Ledger, 1859-1861, of G. H. Dinges, harnessmaker, Mt. Crawford, Rockingham County, Virginia.
Account books, 1820-1833, of the mercantile firm of William Galt, Sr. and William Galt, Jr. (a distant relative) of Richmond, Virginia. The later account book contains numerous entries concerning John Allan, the foster father of Edgar Allan Poe as well as entries concerning James Galt and "Point of Fork," Fluvanna County, Virginia.
A memorandum book with "articles to be observed by tenants," "Acct of Meal for 1763," "Days Lost" (sick), accounts and a list of flowers. Tenant may be William Edloe. Location is probably Virginia.
Account book, 1842-1849, of B. F. Garrett, attorney, Williamsburg, Va. Includes account with John Tyler, Jr.
An artificial collection of genealogical materials; ca. 1880 to 1993; many of which were probably collected by Dr. Earl Gregg Swem in connection with the publication of genealogical information in the "William and Mary Quarterly, 2nd Series". Includes correspondence, clippings, coats-of-arms, charts, and family histories. Most newspaper clippings are from "The Standard" in Richmond, Virginia from the early 1880's.
Ledgers of Gideon Christian, physician of Charles City County, Virginia. 10 Ledgers.
Letters, 1902-1925, received by Etta Josselyn Giffin, director of the National Library for the Blind from members of Congress and other government officials.
Account books containing personal accounts, 1852-1862, of A. Glass and his accounts, 1844-1859, as the administrator of the estates of Thomas H. Roberts, Joseph Cleuveures, and Benjamin Cleuveures. Also includes accounts of A. Glass with the Baltimore and West Point Steam Packet Company and the West Point Railway.
Ledger, 1819-1849, of the school commissioners of Gloucester County, Va. and minutes of meetings, 1818-1829.