Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Copies of correspondence concerning Coffin's business affairs, particularly the sale and shipment along the U.S. East Coast of such goods as flour, whale oil, candles, bone, sugar, wine, salt, and other commodities. Includes names of ships and descriptions of cargo
Accounts relating to gristmills and the flour business in Old Boonton, Peapack, Pompton, Rahway, South Branch, Trenton, and Walpack Township, N.J., and New Bedford, Mass. Persons represented include F.E. Adams, Peter Dumont, Apollos Ferris, Preston C. Haney, John Joralaman, and Samuel R. Ober. Includes general store and sawmill accounts and shoemaker's ledger (1856-1876) of Old Boonton, N.J.
York County Heritage Trust/Historical Society of York County
Ledgers and miscellaneous account books, tax appeal notices, invoices, two judgments (1906 and 1909) against Smith in favor of Charles Klinedinst, totalling $2650; receipts (1913-1920); cemetery lot maintenance agreements (1921, 1933) and deed (1929); judgment for $435 in favor of George Hoffman; and other papers
A Minneapolis banker and business leader, Jaffray discusses his youth in Ontario; his association (1887-1956) with the Northwestern National and the First National banks in Minneapolis, and his presidency of the latter (1917-1924); Minneapolis businessmen, businesses, and railroads, especially the Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Railway Company, of which he was president (1924-1937); bank mergers in Minnesota and North and South Dakota; his organization (1920s) of the Agricultural Credit Corporation to lend money to rural banks and farmers; and his interests in hunting and sports
Research notes and photocopies of articles used by Minnesota historian, author, and archivist Lucile M. Kane in the process of researching her book, The Waterfall that Built a City: The Falls of St. Anthony in Minneapolis (1966)
Views of employees at flour packaging machines, a male foreman at his desk, and female janitor cleaning lavatory. Employees: Helen Smith, Mary Blesi, Delores Kacur, Agnes Coakley, Ann E. Kulik, Steve Pawlauski, Josie Schiller, and Jim Loch