Account books, 1826-1891, of Samuel D. Morton and of Samuel D. Morton and Co. merchants, of Charlotte County [Va.]. One volume, MsV Ame96, contains a genealogy of the Elliott family.
Scrapbook, ca. 1860-1863, of an unidentified person pasted into the journal (account book), 1825-1829, of an unidentified merchant of Battletown [later Berryville, Clarke County, Va.] There are also loose papers, 1838-1893.
Scrapbook, circa 1860-1880, of an unidentified person containing newspaper clipping pasted into a journal (account book), 1858-1859, of an unidentified merchants at Fifesville, Goochland County, Virginia.
Scrapbook, 1854-1887, of an unidentified person containing newspaper clippings. The volume includes a handwritten note about the evacuation of Portsmouth, Virginiaa. and Norfolk, Virginia in 1862. The clippings were pasted over a journal (account book), of Cocke and Brothers, merchants, Portsmouth, Virginia.
Ledger (MsV Ad82 ovesize)time book), 1851-1866, and ledger (MsV Ad83), 1865-1866, of the commissary [company store] of D. & H. Forrer, Shenandoah Iron Works, Page County, Virginia. The latter volume lists foodstuffs and goods given out to workers which they often paid for by work. Includes accounts with free blacks.
Journal, 1853-1857, of Daniel G. Smith, merchant, of Leesburg, Va., which includes a list of slaves with a record of provisions and shoes; sketch of lime kiln; recipes; and medical cures.
Ledger, 1859-1867, of Edward B. Smith, Piedmont Academy, Culpeper County, Va. which includes Smith family data; "Morven Farm" account, 1881-1888, with Edward B. Smith; and loose papers.
Ledger, 1876-1879, of W. H. Speck, merchant and farmer, of Rockingham County, Va.
Ledger "E", 1848-1849, of an unidentified merchant of Stafford County Store, Stafford County, Va. which includes accounts with the overseers of the poor. The store is possibly located in Falmouth.
Concern farm labor and accounts as an administrator, executor (either by himself or in conjunction with others) or guardian of others which include members of the Stickley family. The volumes have unusual covers of patterned paper, and marbled paper. One cover is another book, "A Course of Book-keeping" used by William S. Newett, Pleasant Green Schoolhouse, Shenandoah County, Va. and one bears a label, Regensburg, Germany.
Account books, 1837-1857, and 1838-1847, kept by Alexander Hugh Holmes Stuart who was a lawyer in Staunton, Va.
Account books, 1788-1831, kept by Stuart who was a lawyer in Staunton, Va. Accounts concern his law practice, personal finances, and include accounts concerning the building of his house.
Account book of an unknown merchant, probably from Sussex County, Virginia. Some accounts include people from Isle of Wight County, Virginia and Surry County, Virginia.
Journal, 1805-1806, of Robert Swan and Daniel C. Brent, Richmond Mill, Stafford County, Virginia. 90 p. : bound volume ; 41 cm.
Journal, 1853-1861, of "T. & E," merchants of Amherst Court House, Va.
Journal of T. C. Williams & Co.mpany, Richmond, Virginia.
Daily charge book, 1923-1925, of T. F. Rogers, clothing store merchant, of Williamsburg, Va.
Ledger, 1869-1878, of Thomas C. Jones of the firms of Jones & Brooks, coal and wood dealers, and T. C. Jones & Co., tobacconists, of Richmond, Va.
Journal, 1818-1821, of Thomas G. Kirby, merchant, of Warrenton, Fauquier County, Va.
Ledger, 1846-1849, of Thomas S. Shirley, merchant, at Springfield [Fairfax County ?] Va. which includes an inventory of goods.