Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures
These records represent the productive and varied work that has characterized the state folk arts program at the Iowa Arts Council for more than two decades. Collections include administrative files and ethnographic documentation for numerous projects, programs, and productions, including folk arts apprenticeships, folk arts in education outreach, folklife programming technical assistance, exhibits, folklife festivals, and folk arts tours. Ethnographic materials and productions represent the work of more than 60 folklorists and community scholars, and hundreds of folk artists of diverse indigenous, old and new immigrant ethnic backgrounds that range from North and South America, to Africa, southeast Asia, the Middle East, the Mediterranean, and Europe. Practices documented include varied musical, dance, needlework, metalworking, and woodworking traditions, beadwork and fingerweaving, foodways and egg decorating, and occupational traditions like fishing and net making, farming and ... Read More
Rutgers University Libraries
Daybooks and other accounts of grocers in Metuchen, Middlebush, New Brunswick, Newark, Paterson, and Somerville, N.J. Includes farm accounts (1825-1840) of John S. Budd, of Chatham, N.J., and school copybook (1861) of Anna Reger Gaston. Other persons represented include Henry Barrett Crosby, F. Edgar, John Wortman Gaston, Henry Hauschild, Anna Miller (Dale) Morrison, A.P. Reynolds, and Stephen G. Voorhees
Historical Museum of Southern Florida
Minutes and register of stockholders
Eastham Historical Society Archives
Correspondence (1971-1976), genealogies, newspaper articles written by Lowe, photographs, handwritten notes, and other papers -- Includes genealogies and related materials of the Higgins (Jonathan and Benjamin Higgins) family, descendants of Nicholas Snow and Constance (Hopkins) Snow, Paine family, including postcards of the home of John Howard Paine, Freeman family, including correspondence, clippings, deeds, etc., Mayo family, Myrick family, and other families, chiefly of Eastham, but also of Harwich and Chatham, Mass.; correspondence with staff at Old Sturbridge Village and Mayo Clinic; clippings relating to the shipwreck (1914) of the Italian bark Castagna; army certificate of Charles Knowles reflecting Civil War service with 39th Ohio Volunteers; book by Ruth Huffbauer entitled Descendants of Richard Knowles and her correspondence with Lowe; genealogical materials on the Mayo family compiled by Walter Howard Mayo, including photo of the Swift-Daley house; photograph of Samuel ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Materials relating to the ghost town of Fulford, in Eagle County, Colo., including cashbook; accounts of grocery store (name unknown) with record of purchases by patrons; and stagecoach driver's record (1885) listing passengers transported between Eagle and Grand Junction, Colo
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Grocery accounts (1868); together with newspaper clippings relating to Abraham Lincoln and to the death of Ulysses S. Grant, and Baltimore theater programs (1889). There are no records for the years 1869-1879
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
The collection includes one ledger from the Tevis and Crashaw Grocers and Bakers, from 1907-1909
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, clippings, photos, and printed material, chiefly relating to Little's business and personal affairs; together with a grocer's account book
Sheldon Museum Research Center
Correspondence, deeds, insurance policies, petitions, ledgers, accounts, and other papers, relating to Brewster's activities as pharmacist, his move from Connecticut to Vermont, and partnership of Hooker and Brewster with William G. Hooker. Includes records documenting the firm's dealings as agents and customers of Hartford Fire Insurance Company and Vermont Fire Insurance Company; detailed descriptions (1829-1837) of businesses and dwellings in Middlebury; ledger (1829-1837) of Hooker and Brewster's grocery and pharmacy; insurance records kept by George H. Fish and Jonathan Hagar after Brewster's death; and a few miscellaneous papers of Brewster's widow and other family members. Persons and corporate entities represented include Daniel Chipman, Gamaliel Painter, Samuel Swift, and Middl
New London County Historical Society
Letters (1819) written at Winsted, to a friend and Henry Crocker (in New London); book of expenditures (1833-1836); diary (1833, 1846) and loose pages from one, reflecting chiefly religious thoughts; quarterly tickets (1842-1871) of Hempsted and 8 other girls, from Methodist Episcopal Church, New London; letter from cousin, L.M. Stout (1866); account book from grocer John W. Morgan (1871 Mar.-Oct.); letter to a nephew; bill to her estate (1891) from Pendleton & Parlow, undertakers; and photograph of her doctor, William M. Tobey, of New London


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