Lexington (Va.)--History--19th century
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Daybook, 1803-1805, of the Cloverdale Furnace Foundry (Botetourt County, Virginia) and of an unidentified general merchandise dealer of Lexington, Virginia.
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.
Journal, 1801-1810, of James Bailey, leather goods dealer, Lexington, Virginia.
Ledger, 1813-1826, of John Cyrus Letcher, leather craftsman of Lexington, Virginia.
Papers; 1860-1875; of John Letcher, governor of Virginia, 1860-1864. Includes appointment, 1860, of justices of the peace for Augusta County, Virginia signed by Letcher; and letters, November 3, 1864-September 3, 1865, of Letcher, Lexington Virginia to Joseph A. Hierholzer, Richmond, Virginia. Three of the letters are negative photocopies.
Advertising index, [circa 1900] of the Lexington Gazette, Lexington, Virginia.
Ledger, 1840-1846, of Lexington Milling Company [Lexington, Va.] containing accounts for a textile mill.
Record, 1818-1819, of newspaper subscriptions including The Lexington (Virginia) Newsletter and Western Virginia Telegraph, and The Staunton (Virginia) Republic. The volume was also used as a ledger, 1818-1825, by an unidentified merchant, Lexington, Virginia.
Inventory, 1838-1839, of general merchandise taken by an unknown merchant of Lexington, Va.
Journal, 1834, of an unidentified merchant of Lexington, Va.
Constitution and proceedings, 1830-1835, of the Lexington Sunday School Union, Lexington, Va.
Ledger kept in Lexington, Va. Mainly concerns selling of wood, beef, and corn. The first few pages were used to divide property of a deceased person. The book includes a folder of loose papers, ca. 1825, which includes accounts, correspondence, and prescriptions.
Two ledgers, two journals and a daybook, 1802-1859, of Samuel B. Finley, merchant, of Lexington, Va. Ledger "B" (MsV Ame29) contains accounts concerning the estate of John Tate (Samuel Finley, executor); daybook (MsV Ame 31) contains an inventory , 1813, of goods put into partnership with William Shields and A. Shields and a manuscript arithmetic copybook, 1832; and ledger, 1842-1842 (MsV Ame33) contains notes, 1851-1867, concerning a fruit orchard.
Account book, 1790-1806, of Adolphus Weir, blacksmith, of Lexington, Va.
Account book, 1797-1828, of James Weir, blacksmith, of Lexington, Va.