Michigan Technological University - J.R. Van Pelt and Opie Library
Collection, 1913-1982, of the Mason family of Painesdale, Michigan. Includes papers and printed ephemera from Diadama Mason, a school teacher at Adams Township schools as well as year books from Mason's Hilltop Cabins
College of Charleston - Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library
Account books, ledgers, letterpress copybooks, and receipts for J.N. Robson & Son, who were Charleston, South Carolina commission merchants and wholesale and retail dealers in hay, grain, and groceries
Wright State University - Special Collections and Archives
Records contain a fairly complete run of minutes for the years 1866-1968 as well as legal reports, financial ledgers and journals, membership records, correspondence and a variety of printed materials. The minutes include reports from the Executive Board and various committees, summary financial information and discussion of issues. Membership records contain much information on the various stages of apprenticeship
College of Charleston - Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library
The vast majority of the collection concerns the Drayton family and South Carolina, for instance, the Proprietary and Royal Land Grants to Thomas and John Drayton (1701-1765). The collection includes medical journals (1777-1781) and diaries (1784-1820) of Charles Drayton I ("Carolus"), as well as correspondence (1721-1883) of John Drayton, Charles Drayton I, II and III, Mary Middleton Drayton, Thomas Henry Middleton Drayton, and Dr. John Drayton on plantation affairs, politics, bills, debts and family news. Included are plats (1755-1882) from surveys of Drayton Hall, Drayton's Cowpen, Bob Savannah, Jehossee, and Tuxpan, Mexico. The Notes sub-series (1755-1885) includes plantation matters (crop cultivation, slave inventories and "plantation rules," horticulture, education, literature and medicine. Also included are plantation log books (1844 and 1850) for Drayton Hall. There are 21 watercolors by George Edwards (circa 1733) and sketches of Drayton Hall and Charleston Custom's House. ... Read More
New-York Historical Society
Account books, 1874-1901, recording loans, dividends, stock sales, interest, etc. Includes one volume of accounts current, dated 1874-1879, three daybooks, dated 1875-1883, 1883-1892, and 1893-1901, as well as a ledger, dated 1894-1901. William G. Ward, C.C. Ward, and M.E. Ward appear frequently
New-York Historical Society
Daniel Bray ledger for sundry work done on the sloop of John Leggat, between October 1761 and August 1762
New-York Historical Society
Ledger, 1784-1835, recording payments of rent, many wholly or partly made in kind, for lands near Fishkill, N.Y. Lands are identified only by the categories front lots, rear lots, Wappinger Creek lots, and mountain lots. A few other receipts are laid in. Index of tenants' names at the beginning of the volume
New-York Historical Society
Rent rolls of the estate of William Brownejohn for the years 1784 through 1791
New-York Historical Society
This ledger, dated April 4, 1873 to November 30, 1876, contains final entries for debits, credits and other money transactions of the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Company. The ledger records accounts connected with the full range of railroad operations, including construction and labor costs, as well as suppliers and/or vendors for the construction of Grand Central Depot (precursor to Grand Central Terminal) and improvements to 4th Avenue
New-York Historical Society
The collection consists of more than 1,100 letters, clippings, reprints, and other documents amassed by John Sanford Barnes and others to, from, and about notable persons including many with named series in the Naval History Society Collection (e.g., William Bainbridge, John Barry, French E. Chadwick, Gustavus Conyngham, Gustavus Vasa Fox, Caspar F. Goodrich, Isaac Hull, John Paul Jones, Richard Worsam Meade 3rd, Oliver Hazard Perry, and Henry A. Wise). Highlights of the series include documents signed by Presidents John Quincy Adams and James Madison; others signed by John C. Calhoun, Salmon P. Chase, Richard Henry Dana, David Farragut, Robert Fulton, John Hancock, Rufus King, Seth Low, Robert Morris, and Matthew C. Perry; and a lock of Abraham Lincoln's hair removed after his death and sent by Robert Todd Lincoln to Gustavus Vasa Fox at the latter's request. Among David Porter's letters are cartoons and drawings by him, including one of animal-headed naval officers listening to ... Read More

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