Journal, 1885, of an unidentified person in Grayson County, Virginia.
Guest book, possibly for a Williamsburg, Virginia guest house or tourist home. One entry reads, "As a guest in the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Armstrong". 84 entries.
This collection is stored off-site. At least 48 hours advanced notice is required for retrieval. Account books and other business records of P. D. Gwaltney & Co., a ham packing plant in Smithfield, Virginia. Dating from approximately the 1870s to 1940s, the collection includes 426 manuscript account books, 8 printed volumes and 37 record cartons of invoices, banking and packing slips, contracts and some correspondence.
Ledger, 1828-1838, of H. J. Grove, of Strasburg, Shenandoah County, Virginia.
Logbooks and accounts, 1768-1787, of Captain Phillip Hamman of Ipswich, Mass., master of the schooner, Hopewell, and other vessels. Includes logbook, 20 March - 17 April 1768, of a voyage from St. Eustatius, Leeward Islands, West Indies to Ipswich; logbook Feb. 1768; ledger, 1768-1787, of labor and fish trade; logbook, 1769, with memorandum of crew and cargo; logbook, 1787, tallying cargo of corn; and accounts, 1771.
Account book, 1857-1859, of E. G. Hancock, "Spring Valley," Powhatan County, Virginiaa. which includes records of worker's output and copies of letters.
Two account books re Langdon T. Hankins General Store in Lightfoot: daybook, 1924-1925 and ledger, 1920's and early 1930's.
Account book of Langdton T. Hankins General Store, 1921-1930, and daybook, 1924-1925. Per note on daybook, Hankins General Store was located in Lightfoot, Virginia. In 2009, Hankins Industrial Park is in Toano, Virginia in James City County.
Journal, 1877-1879, of an unidentified hardware merchant at Warrenton, Virginiaa.
Memorandum book of H. Harman of Montgomery County, Virginia. Accounts deal with farming activity, noting his purchases and money owed to him. Some entries are related to the activities of the Civil War in his community. On April 20, 1863 he mentions sending Capt. Milton Harmon a pair of shoes. 154 pages.
Invoice book, 1840, of Harper, Hardy & Co., wholesale dealers.
Three account books of free African American, Thaddeus S. Harris, of Abingdon, Virginia, dated 1855-1861, 1861-1866 and 1868. Goods purchased include items such as tobacco, sardines, cheese, sugar, candy, hair trims and shaves. Some books have an index. Census reports list him as a barber and confectioner.
Journal, 1853-1877, of Harris & Keller, merchants, at Middletown, Frederick County, Va. which includes a receipt, 1876, for lanterns and lamps for a camp meeting at Winchester [Va.]
Account book, 1830-1839, used as a combined ledger and journal of an unidentified merchant, Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Ledger, 1858-1859, of an unidentified merchant, of Harrisonburg, Va.
Account book, 1831-1834, of James Hendrick, blacksmith, of Palmer Springs (Mecklenburg County, Va.).
Daybook, 1835-1849, kept by Siram Peter Henkel for Solomon Henkel at Plains Mill Store, Rockingham County, Va. Includes records of purchases, and records of farm workers, their tasks and their reasons for missing work. Also includes Henkel's purchases for himself and his family.
Journal, 1794-1840, of Henry Bedinger, merchant of Mecklenburg County, Virginia (?)] and of Shepherdstown, Martinsburg, and Berkeley County, West Virginia.
Invoice book, 1785-1796, of Henry Bedinger, merchant, of BerkeleyCounty, Va. [W. Va.] which includes an inventory of merchandise on hand, 15 May 1786.
Ledger "B", 1774-1802, of Henry Bedinger, Jr., merchant, of Berkeley County, Va. [W. Va.] which includes a power of attorney authorizing Magdalen Bedinger to settle all outstanding accounts of Henry Bedinger and a memorandum of the deaths of Henry Bedinger, Sr. (1729-1772) and of Magdalen Bedinger (d. 1796).