Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
Three receipts/invoices from the 19th century: an account from The Planters Bank of Savannah, Georgia with Baring Brothers and Co. of London, dated August-September, 1836; purchase order for a reclining chair by Jonathan Zeller from Charles H. White of Philadelphia, dated January 21, 1854; and an invoice from von Emil Roth, Verlags-Buch and Kunsthandlung of Giessen, Germany, dated February 17, 1897. Note: Accessioned as 2008.292 and reclassed as SC 01671 in 2019.
Account for Mrs. Elizabeth Ashley for household goods with prices noted and signatures of payment. Items include callicoe, thread, cloth, shoes, looking glass and other items. Account is to Archibald White.
An exercise book with math, algebra and english practice exercises, possibly by Frank Palmer Christian at Woodberry Forest School and a few pages of accounts for household items by a member of the Christian Family.
Merchant ledger of Abraham Davenport of Jefferson County, and possibly Berkeley County, Virginia, now West Virginia. Contains account of the estate of Abram Davenport with Braxton Davenport, executor, 1825-1833, and several recipes.
Papers of Samuel B. Drinkard, grocer, of Richmond, Virginia. Includes accounts, invoices and receipts. One receipt is for Mss Drinkard Smith for rents due "on the corner of Main and Second Streets." 1867, undated. Items probably removed from Samuel B. Drinkard and Co. Account Book (Mss. MsV Ag1). 6 items.
Papers, 1835-1881, of Richard G. Dunn, City Point, Prince George County, Va. including accounts of him and his wife, Sarah A. Dunn but mostly consisting of accounts of Dunn as executor of the estates of Daniel Eppes and Lucretia Thweatt and as assignee of J.E. Hubard. Includes recipes, 1848, for plum cake.
Letters and accounts of James Galt of Columbia, Virginia (Fluvanna County). Many letters and accounts concern his guardianship of his nieces and nephews. Legal documents concern William Galt's estate (1851-1854), deed as executor for John Allen's estate (1839) and an opinion of Hawkins vs. Miles (1819).
Ledger of an unidentified lawyer in or near Gloucester County, Virginia. Most names are residents of Gloucester County and Mathews County, Virginia but also residents from the surrounding area, including Williamsburg, Virginia .
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.
Account book, 1827-1842, of Isabella Furnace, Page County, Va. which includes account book, 1850-1854, of Caroline Furnace. Includes recipes for buttermilk muffins, corn bread and cakes and pies; and accounts for clothing and shoes.
Letter copybook, 1849-1855, of Lt. John S. Devlin, U. S. Marine Corps, while cruising on the U. S. S. Falmouth (United States West Coast and some Pacific Islands) and in Washington, D. C. and Brooklyn, N. Y. Concerns a court martial and includes accounts.
Note from David Johnson to Capt. Mayo Carrington suggesting that Carrington give him a check since he is going to Richmond. The reverse has notations on wheat and tobacco with names of people and money amounts. February 27, 1861.
Account ledger as part of the estate of David Ker in relationship to a lawsuit with James Gregorie, with a summary on page . Suit located in Williamsburg District, James City County, Virginia. Includes debts due stores in Urbanna, Gloucester and King and Queen Counties. Over 30 names are listed. 32 pages.
Ledger of an unknown merchant with entries for people located along or near the mid-Atlantic coast of the United States. Areas include Baltimore (Md.), Bath County (Va.), Fluvanna County (Va.), Yorktown (Va.), North Carolina, Wheeling (W.Va.), Philadelphia (Pa.), Knoxville (Tn.) and others. Andrew Kennedy, a wealthy merchant from Philadelphia, has many entries. 329 pages.