Account book, 1874-1891, of Gainer Rodgers (b. circa 1850), most likely of Collins, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Most entries are for sales of butter, eggs, chicken and meat and customers are listed for the most part by last name only. The majority of the entries is for 1874 and later entries include daily accounts for agricultural and road work of several individuals.
Annual scrapbooks, garden and home tour brochures and schedules, membership lists, slides and a few business records of the Green Spring Garden Club, Inc., located in Williamsburg, Virginia.
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.
Account book, 1899-1917, of the Lewiston & Auburn Musical Union of Lewiston, Maine. Includes information on rent on studio space, subletting that space, membership dues, recital ticket sales, whist games, lectures, and banquets. Also includes information on their expenses, such as newspaper advertisments, janitor sercies, rent, and purchases of music. Also includes cancelled checks written by the organization.
Records of the Virginia Society of the Colonial Dames of the XVII Century which include scrapbooks, business records, minutes, programs, yearbooks and photographs.
Busniess ledger indicating little more than names of accounts and net worth throughout the year in regard to busniess. No location or exact business transactions are recorded in this ledger.
Business ledger from dealings in New Salem, Massachusetts between Paul Ellis and townspeople. Transactions in the ledger include the mending of clothes, shoes, and books, the use of saws, tools, and the selling of grains, foodstuffs, and cords of wood. The front of the ledger lists the births and deaths of Ellis family members including his first and second wife, many children, parents, and some extended family.
The canning factory day book contains lists of accounts of people and businesses who bought canned goods. The factory is located in Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin. Lists expenses the factory incurred with other businesses. Business associates include Furniture and Fixture Co, Standard Oil Co., Wooster Preserving Co., Nave and McCord Mer. Co., and Heinz Co.