Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence (1864-1959, microfilm) relating to Bartlett's early experiences in the West, his interests in the cattle business, especially in Nebraska and Wyoming, and his involvement in litigation relating to charges of illegally fencing public lands (1905-1910); and minutes (1895-1913, microfilm) relating to the business operations of Nebraska Land and Feeding Company and Richards and Cairnes Company; together with other printed material, including legal papers (1862-1982) assembled and used by Bartlett Richards, Jr. (1901-1978), and Ruth Van Ackeren for their book, Bartlett Richards, Nebraska Sandhills Cattleman (1980)
Eastern Washington State Historical Society
Letterpress book of outgoing correspondence (1895-1896) chiefly to Dutch investors; invoices (1 v., 1895) relating to work and supplies of the mill; and stock certificates (1 v., 1894-1895)
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Records, including daybooks, wheat and flour records, ledger books, journals, bills of lading, cashbooks, blotter books, storage records, and other items, relating to price of goods, cash accounts, payments for work, storage, foreign collections, and shipment of mill products on the Mississippi River
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
The records consist of the company's account books (1889-1919) and order books (1903-1911)
Florida State University - Special Collections Department
This collection contains a selection of business letters that serve as examples of early business letterheads from various places in Florida. They are quite elaborate and contain pictures, maps and extensive advertising. They are from different towns and cities in Florida and date from 1879-1896. The letters are mostly to W.D. Bloxham and W.D. Barnes, both comptrollers for the state of Florida. Barnes was comptroller from 1881-1890 and Bloxham from 1890-1897. The letters concern the following Florida towns: Elleville, Brooklyn, Jacksonville, Apalachicola, Deland, Bluff Springs, Key West, Arcadia, Bronson, Wewahitchka, Grove Park, Starke, Pensacola, Lake City, Sumterville, Bridgeport, Marianna, Palatka, Milton, Sanford, Pine Level, Eustis, Enterprise, Cincinnati, Titusville, Waldo, Polk County, and Kissimmee. The following businesses and types of businesses are covered: groceries, hotels, fur dealers, merchants, wholesalers, feed stores, brick manufacturers, newspapers, farmers, ... Read More
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The records consist of two dealer's lots
Yale University
Volume containing Kelso's journal (May 10-October 9, 1792) of a trip with Simpson on three flatboats that they constructed for the purpose of transporting flour from Fort Pitt down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers to New Orleans. The brief entries describe their daily travels, noting settlements that were later to be founded including Point Pleasant, West Virginia, Cincinnati, and Louisville. Kelso notes observing Indians, killing a bear, and meeting inhabitants of Natchez, Baton Rouge, Atakapass (where the flatboats were disposed of), and New Orleans. As the men were unable to sell the flour easily it was sold in Atakapass for cattle, which they had butchered and sold in New Orleans. The final entries (December 11, 1792-October 22, 1893) describe Kelso and Simpson's voyages from New Orleans to Alexandria, Virginia, via Havana, during which they were captured, imprisoned on St. Thomas, and then released from the crew of a British warship, finally landing at Alexandria on October 22, ... Read More
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The collection includes business correspondence, chiefly concerning wheat and flour weights and shipping; contracts; payroll records; supply requisitions; newsletters; pamphlets, primarily about the company's Occident brand of flour; speeches; blueprints; six unidentified photographs of the mill and personnel; and other miscellaneous materials
Bowling Green State University
Letterpress copies of correspondence of a Mount Victory, Ohio flour and feed mill
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Business papers of the Zitterauer family including bills, receipts, notes, and plantation accounts of Ernst Christian Zitterauer concerning the sale of flour, beef, and lumber; a deed for slaves, 1775; a land deed; a marriage settlement, 1813; inventories of estates; household accounts; papers relating to the Evangelical German Lutheran Church; business papers of Richard Ernst Zitterauer; a receipt book, 1806-1818; and several records of the Waldhour family


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