Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Ledger kept by Susan Prentice, owner, along with her husband, of the Cole Shop, a gift and book store located across the Bruton Parish Church in Williamsburg, Virginia in 1950. The entries of the ledger include every item sold, cost of the items, both invoice and sale price, and the daily profit of sales. She also provided a total of net profit/ loss for each month.
Ledger, 1880-1881, of an unidentified merchant from New Market, Virginia. Goods sold include plows, eggs, sugar, wool, crackers, shoes, gingham, and other related items.
Account books, 1868-1873, of T. H. Love and John B. Winfree, possibly carpenters, tobacconists or proprietors of a hardware store in Lynchburg, Va. Some prominent names mentioned are "Robert and Virgee and "Miller and Franklin." Most accounts are from the Lynchburg area, but include businesses and people in Memphis, Tennessee; Knoxville, Tennessee; Norfolk, Virginia; New Orleans, Louisiana and other towns, particularly in Virginia and Tennessee. 8 volumes
Ledger of John Posie Mathews Sanders which includes accounts for a general store, payment for work, expenses and farm inventory. Loose invoices in back of ledger. 115 pages.
Artificial collection of papers relating to various counties in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Includes current West Virginia Counties of Berkeley, Hardy, Jefferson, Morgan, Nicholas and Pendleton because the material was generated when these counties were part of Virginia.
Black and white photograph pasted on cardstock of George Waltrip, George Waltrip, Jr. and Bill Wedge posing behind a bar. The writing on the card stock indicates that the three were Senior Property Manager, Partner, and Assistant Manager, respectively. The name of the establishment was Appilu Beer Parlor in Williamsburg, Virginia.