University of Maryland
The Duckett family papers consist of correspondence, financial records, and legal documents. More specifically, they include correspondence from 1943 between Marion Duckett, Jr. and agricultural statistician C. E. Burkhead and between Burkhead and R. F. Hale concerning the papers of Duckett's grandfather, Dr. Thomas Duckett. This set of correspondence, which comprises the bulk of the collection, include bills dating during and after the Civil War that document the prices of goods and services at the time, as well as a certificate of exemption from the Civil War draft for one of Thomas Duckett's slaves
Connecticut Historical Society
Records of Booth Brothers, proprietors of a granite quarry based at Millstone Point in Niantic, Connecticut. Includes business correspondence, orders and bills, shipping papers for moving their merchandise to their outfit in New York, and other related records
Connecticut Historical Society
Personal papers of Alfred White of West Hartford, Connecticut. Includes correspondence from banker Burr R. Abbe and from White's nephew, F.S. White, bills and receipts, documentation regarding land he owned in Kansas, and similar items. Most of the bills and receipts are for food and household items. G.M. White & Company, from which there are many receipts, was run by White's sons. Prior to moving to West Hartford, White had been a bell manufacturer in East Hampton, Connecticut
Connecticut Historical Society
A collection of newspaper clippings, a school copybook, writings, and ephemera collected by the Morris family of Massachusetts. Includes two leather pocketbooks, several account sheets, and three collections of hair. The copybook was used by Mercy Flynt (Morris)
Connecticut Historical Society
Deeds, receipts, documents relating to Granby, Connecticut, schools, and similar items. Includes two lists of items that were the outright property of Griswold's wife, Lucy Skinner Griswold
Connecticut Historical Society
A list of items purchased in Hartford, Connecticut, by William Imlay. A variety of household goods were purchased, including a tea pot, salad dish, wash bowl, and decanter
Connecticut Historical Society
Papers of the Clark family of Chatham, Connecticut, predominantly John, David, and Elijah Clark. Includes some correspondence, such as a letter from Sarah Burnham to John Clark, her father. Deeds are for property in the area. Both David and John Clark served as Justices of the Peace. There are writs from David's service and a record book from John's service. Some hymns and receipts for dry goods are also among the papers. Estate settlements may be found, including one for the estate of John Clark. Correspondence with the town of East Hampton (of which Chatham was a part) discusses matters of taxation. There are also some tax bills. Moses Clark was on a committee tasked with improving roads in the town
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection is chiefly ledgers, cashbooks, receipts, files, and other records from the Office of the Treasurer documenting the financial transaction of Emory College, including disbursements made for faculty and administrator salaries, building projects and maintenance, and income from student tuition, rental properties, investments, and individual subscriptions. There are also a few records of other College officials, including Warren A. Candler, and accounts related to other institutions, including the Education Loan Association and the Technological School which was later incorporated as the Department of Technology
University of Maryland
The Baltimore Smallpox Epidemic Collection spans the years 1871 to 1882. The collection contains cancelled checks and receipts written by Health Commissioners of the Baltimore Board of Health, documentation of goods destroyed, and a docket of expenses from the Commissioner of Health. Also included is a letter expressing condolences to a sick friend as well as news of smallpox in Baltimore. Topics of interest include smallpox vaccinations, destruction of property due to smallpox, and the quarantine of afflicted patients
University of Maryland
Correspondence, financial and legal records, diaries, maps, and miscellaneous personal writings from five interrelated Maryland families

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