Lumber trade--United States--History
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Journal of Bozarth and Warburton, merchants and lumbermen, Williamsburg, Va., 1907-1910, including the accounts of Bozarth and Savage, 1909.
Ledger, 1898-1908, of Bozarth and Warburton, merchants and lumbermen of Williamsburg, Va. which includes the accounts of a potato brokerage (a business of William A. Bozarth and [?] Savage); and a lumber account, 1901, with the College of William and Mary).
Invoice book, 1905-1908, of Bozarth Brothers, hardware merchants and lumbermen, Williamsburg, Va. including inventories of stock and orders for lumber.
Account book, 1907-1913, of Bozarth Brothers, hardware merchants and lumbermen, Williamsburg, Va. including mill and lumber accounts, hardware store accounts, inventories of stock and accounts as potato brokers; also including lumber account, 1909, with Eastern State hospital.
Ledgers, 1835-1876, of Edgerly Pierson and Sons, a lumber mill company from near Lima, Ohio. Contains lists of customers, how much they paid, the types of wood used, and the services that they received. Services received include grinding corn, cutting wood, and building items such as fence posts, sleds, flooring, and other items.
Account book, 1874-1902, of John W. Hopewell, wagonmaker, of Mt. Solon, Virginia. Includes a plat of land for a sawmill by John George, North River (Augusta County, Virginia).
Account book, 1840-1876, of John W. Hunt, merchant, lumberman, and farmer.
Ledger, 1856-1857, of an unidentified lumber yard owner.
Account book of a lumberman in New Hampshire from 1841-1843. Accounts list feet of pine board, costs and other services rendered by the lumberman. Per '1850 census records of his clients, the location is near Swanzey in Cheshire County, New Hampshire.