Library of Virginia
The records consist of correspondence to and from the Liaison Office. The correspondence relates to various grants, programs, events, and other concerns which affect the Commonwealth of Virginia in some way -- issues such as trading, health care, space exploration, crime and unemployment, etc
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
The Leckie family papers document the business activities and relationships of Alexander Leckie and his sons, who traded dry goods between England, the United States, and the Caribbean around 1800
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Outgoing correspondence of Cyrus Hall McCormick, Jr., president of the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company (later International Harvester), 1884-1918, and chairman of the board, 1918-1935. The letters reflect external business conditions including the unsuccessful attempt in 1890 to combine with other companies to form the American Harvester Company; the successful consolidation with the Deering Harvester Company and other companies to form International Harvester; the role of J.P. Morgan and Company in effecting that consolidation; and problems attendant to the government's subsequent anti-trust suit. Internal operations such as plant expansions, introduction of new lines, and domestic and foreign marketing are also covered. Other topics include McCormick's personal investments; his service as trustee of Princeton University, 1889-1936; and his role as a member of the government's special diplomatic mission to Russia (the Root Commission) in 1917
University of Texas at San Antonio
The Texas Women's Alliance records document the history, activities, programs and policy positions of the Texas Women's Alliance (TWA), in its first 11 years. The Administrative Records include meeting minutes, correspondence, memoranda, press releases, bylaws, financial records, as well as resumes, biographies and photographs of board members. Committee Records include reports, position papers on issues, news clippings, the TWA newsletter, and membership directories. Various TWA activities are documented, including their trade missions to foreign countries. The Events series documents TWA conferences, seminars, and retreats as well as award ceremonies including the 1987 Distinguished Service Award given to Cyndi Taylor Krier. Issue Files include reports, studies, clippings, and other published materials of interest to members
Penobscot Marine Museum,-- Stephen Phillips Memorial Library
Chiefly business papers -- Includes several types of market reports, freight circulars, prices current, and bills of lading; protest papers relating to ships in which McGilvery owned an interest and other insurance documentation; 25 ledgers documenting business transactions; four vessel account books including expenses for voyages by McGilvery's bark Sarah H. Nickels, ship William McGilvery, and barks Moonbeam, Theoda, and Trovatora; seven day books recording daily sales of sundry goods such as food, tobacco, brooms, karosene, and varnish; six account books tracking daily sales by account holder; two ledgers documenting notes and bills payable; one cash book recording payments made for goods and services; three ledgers containing cash advances made to individuals and business; one book of currency exchange forms from a London bank; and one ledger documenting transactions with the Boston Marine Insurance Company
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Kendall Institute
Log/journal, keeper unknown, relating to a voyage from St. John's, Nfld to Baltimore, Md., with cargo of passengers and codfish
Nantucket Historical Association
Log/journal, kept by Gardner, relating to a whaling voyage to the Azores, Cape Verde, Brazil, Chile, and Peru -- Includes lists of whales taken, ships seen, disbursements, new recruits, articles left by deserters and sold at auction, deserters in debt for cash advanced, bounties, accounts of captain and crew members, vessels with barrels of oil, those receiving shoes in which to fetch terrapin, and books lent to Capt. Barzillai Swain. Subjects include customs, duties of crew members, deserters, fishing, insanity of crew member James Bunker, navigational and lunar calculations, whale oil prices, passengers taken on, storms, supplies (including the purchase of 15 goats), tar, trade with Portuguese and natives, and arrangements made with the consul to ship oil in and out of Boston
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, deeds, bonds, estate papers, genealogical materials, wills, account books, mortgages, maps, surveys, invoices, agreements, weather reports, printed matter, and other papers, of John Deacon, John C. Deacon, George and Ann Deacon, Joseph Wetherill, Samuel Wetherill, Thomas Wetherill, William Royden, and other members of the Deacon, Wetherill, Boone/Boon, and Royden families, chiefly of Burlington County, N.J. Includes minutes and other records (1727-1778) of West Jersey Proprietors; papers (1815-1821) relating to the estate of David Shinn, of Northampton Township, N.J.; information concerning properties owned by family members in Burlington, Gloucester, other N.J., counties, and Philadelphia, Pa.; and papers of Jeremiah and William R. Boone, commission merchants and shippers, of Philadelphia, reflecting local commerce, ships owned, and international trade
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Kendall Institute
Log/journal, kept by Nicholas Adams Bartlett, relating to a voyage from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to Baltimore Md., with cargo of flour and coffee
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Kendall Institute
Log/journal, keeper unknown, relating to a voyage from Baltimore Md., to St. John's, Nfld -- Includes description of ship being iced in at St. John's and taking on passengers there for return voyage to Baltimore, Md


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