Tennessee State Library and Archives
Consists of agreements, certificates, correspondence, financial statements, income tax returns, photographs, printed materials, and account and payment books. The account books offer records of the day-to-day operations of the company. Beginning in 1927 and continuing through 1969, the account books list monies received, account debits, payrolls, insurance payments, and other company expenditures. The payment books offer records of those who bought or leased pianos or other appliances from the company and date back from 1929 through 1968. Apart from the schedule of payments made by the customer, each entry may include an address, employment history, and names of relatives. There are also several interesting photographs in the collection including the noted operatic singer, Marie Morrisey, and the famed "torch singer" Ruth Etting
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
Series 1: Business and legal files. The first series consists of business and legal files of William Jack Chow. The files are arranged in alphabetical order by subject. These files concern both Chow's career as a lawyer and a businessman. The folders may contain a combination of business records, case files, correspondence, financial records, legal documents, memoranda, and securities. Chow also frequently traveled to Hong Kong for work. Those files are also found in this series and they span from the 1950s through 1970s. A subject of interest includes the Supreme Court of the United States landmark decision to uphold affirmative action in Regents of the University of California v. Bakke. At the end of this series are Chow's books primarily related to business and law. Note: Chow's appointment books and business cards are found in Series 2
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
The collection is arranged chronologically by genre. Box 1: Business records - Legal documents; Box 2: Legal documents - Surveys and Box 3: Reports - Ephemera
College of Charleston - Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library
Includes photocopies, check stubs, bank statements, bound volumes, loose pages, etc
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
The Jay T. Last Collection of Firefighting Prints and Ephemera contains more than 150 printed items that relate to firefighting and the activities and organizations of firemen in the United States from approximately 1820 to 1909. The collection consists of advertising and promotional materials, business records, and illustrations produced for or pertaining to firefighting organizations, related social or charitable events, and firefighting vehicles, equipment, and supplies. Large-size items consist of lithographic and engraved prints including fire department membership and discharge certificates; depictions of fires and firefighters working to extinguish blazes; builders prints of fire engines and similar vehicles, and images and advertisements pertaining to social and charitable events involving fire departments and related organizations. The small-size items consist mainly of business documents and advertising and promotional ephemera such as printed booklets, trade cards, small ... Read More
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
This collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, documents, deeds, indentures, leases, volumes, and ephemera, mostly related to Francis Bacon, Nathaniel Bacon, Nicholas Bacon, the Bacon family, their work, the Bacon lands in Essex, as well as other miscellaneous items
College of Charleston - Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library
The collection consists of a single certificate. The document gives Edwin Gairdner the authority to "administer the goods, rights and credits" of all properties of Henry Charles Manly, a merchant who had died in Charleston in 1799
College of Charleston - Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library
Collection includes correspondence, photocopies, certificates, business records, financial records, property records, legal documents, pamphlets, booklets, artifacts
New-York Historical Society
Letter book kept by Almy Buchanan, during 1816-1823, including copies of letters pertaining to the estate of Thomas Buchanan and Son, as well as letters addressed to John and George Buchanan, Glasgow; and to Thomas Bell and Archibald Little, both of London. In the back of the volume, there are 12 pages of accounts pertaining to Thomas Buchanan's estate
New-York Historical Society
The papers consist of personal and business correspondence and records of various members of the Beekman family, particularly Gerard G. Beekman (1719-1797), James Beekman (1732-1807), Gerard W. Beekman (1718-1781), and James W. Beekman (1815-1877), and including numerous other members of the Beekman and related families, their friends, business associates, etc. The collection reflects the Beekmans' extensive business interests during the eighteenth century, particularly their import-export trade, their real estate management and the multitudinous activities of this socially prominent family. There are also numerous letters and papers relating to James W. Beekman's political involvements in New York, including his term as New York assemblyman and senator

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