Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence of the association, some from Carl Hayden, U.S. senator from Arizona, concerning grain sorghum reserves in Arizona
New Haven Museum & Historical Society Library
The bulk of the collection consists of financial records of the company, but also contains miscellaneous correspondence and real estate deeds to Richard G. Davis's property
University of Montana--Missoula,-- Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
Personal and professional papers, financial records, photographic materials, and general corporate records generated and/or collected by Walter H. McLeod as an official of the Missoula Mercantile Company and regional business leader in western Montana. In conjunction with the papers of Charles H. McLeod, Walter's father, these materials constitute one of the Pacific Northwest's most detailed assemblages of rural general merchandising operations. Additionally, collection materials provide significant insights into interrelationships between Montana's most prominent economic enterprises during the middle decades of the twentieth century. The Northern Pacific Railroad, the Montana Power Company, the Missoula Mercantile Company, and the Anaconda Copper Mining Company formed the economic nucleus for western Montana through most of the late nineteenth and twentieth century. Walter McLeod was a primary stockholder and corporate director with three of these enterprises and a close business ... Read More
Minnesota Historical Society
Subject files, financial and accounting volumes, minutes, unpublished annual reports, correspondence, patent files, trademark files, company printeds, photographs, scrapbooks, and motion pictures and audio tapes relating to the Peavey Company, a family-held, Minneapolis-based grain merchandising and processing firm
New-York Historical Society
Receipt book kept by Govett recording payments made for flour, grain, rent, taxes, wages, interest, and possibly other expenses (1856-1857, 1868-1873). Many receipts are on slips of paper affixed to book's pages
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Financial material and other records, some of which reflect the impact of the Depression and of World War II, of Kent Mercantile Company and of related operations in such areas as the clothing, hardware, automotive supplies, feed, motel, and restaurant businesses, including correspondence, legal material, photos and negatives, scrapbooks, and printed matter
Washington State Historical Society
Twenty lenghtly letters written to Thornely's mother in Wales describing in great detail life on the upper Amazon (1870-1875); two undated fragments of letters from Peru; and two versions of a five page typed manuscript entitled The Peruvian Amazon; and a manuscript reminiscence (66 p.) of his experience in Peru probably written in the late 1890s -- A few of the letters are cross written, making them rather difficult to read
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, bills, receipts, accounts, financial records, bills of lading, certificates, checks drawn on Mystic River Bank, and Mystic River National Bank, and other documents, reflecting Holmes' affairs -- Subjects include his service as customs surveyor at Mystic and Noank, Conn. (1861-1865); activities as master of the sloop ACTIVE (1848-1854) which was involved in coastal trade between Mystic and New York; ownership of a feed store (burned ca. 1865); and wholesale flour and grocery trade with Joseph Allen & Co. and Williams & Potter, New York, N.Y., and Waldron & Church, Providence, R.I. Persons represented include Hannah Denison Holmes
York County Heritage Trust/Historical Society of York County
Bill of sale (1902 Feb. 11) for A.L. Menges & Bro., feed and flour business; bank books (4 v., 1903-1918) from Farmers and Merchants Bank (New Oxford, Pa.) and First National Bank (Spring Grove, Pa.); account book (1903-1904); notebook (1913); order to pay Henry Caston $18.00 (1902 Nov. 19); booklet of Detrick Fertilizer and Chemical Co., with notes; checkbooks (1916-1918); order sheets (1897-1019) Western Mutual Fire Insurance Co.; assessment notices; and litigation documents -- Places represented include Wrightsville, Spring Forge (Spring Grove), and Hanover in York County and New Oxford in Adams County
York County Heritage Trust/Historical Society of York County
Ledger of agricultural supply company doing business in grain, flour, feed, fertilizer, lime, cement, and coal

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