Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, accounts, bills, receipts, and other papers of Providence, R.I., merchant shipowners and agents -- The papers relate to the ships Mary Ann, Panther, Providence, and Trumbull, and the brigs Agenoria, Diamond, and Smyrna, which carried cotton, flour, coffee, rice, rum, and wine, and traded in the ports of Amsterdam, Netherlands, Cadiz, Spain, Java, Malava, Batavia (now Jakarta, Indonesia), Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia), Canton, China, Lime, Peru, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Turks and Caicos Islands, West Indies, New York City, New Orleans, La., and Mobile, Ala. Names represented include William C. Boardman, Lloyd Bowers, Cyrus Butler, Edward Carrington, Josiah Chafee, Benjamin Fish, George H. Hoppin, Thomas C. Hoppin, William J. Hoppin, Nathaniel Lightbourne, William J. McCutcheon, John L. Perry, and Wetmore, Hoppin & Co
University of South Carolina
Chiefly legal and business papers relating to the settlement of estates, various slave records, including documents related to the purchase and sale of enslaved African Americans; deeds, receipts and land papers; accounts for sale of rice by various firms; ten volumes, 1819-1876, including a notebook of lecture notes from a student enrolled at South Carolina College; and a memorandum and account book
University of South Carolina
Correspondence, promissory notes, bills, and receipts re the business of a Charleston mercantile firm of Thomas Napier, Jacob Rapelye, and William S. Bennett, including invoices of shipments of rice from Charleston, S.C., to New York, N.Y.; accounts of cotton sold by Alexander MacGregor & Co., Liverpool, England, and purchases of cloth and other dry goods from various British firms
University of South Carolina
Chiefly family and business papers from correspondents in the lowcountry and midlands areas of South Carolina, dating from the Early National, antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction periods
University of South Carolina
Chiefly consisting of family correspondence from the low country and Anderson, S.C.
University of South Carolina
Chiefly family correspondence and other papers (1761 and 1807-1924) dating to antebellum, Civil War, Reconstruction, and later eras; business papers; receipts for taxes, plantation expenses, and rice sales; reports on crop conditions and works completed at multiple plantations, medical bills for family and slaves; other topics include politics and Reconstruction; other places represented include Arsenal Academy; S.C. Female Collegiate Institute; and College of Charleston
University of South Carolina
McDowell's plantation journal documents life for this rice planter of South Carolina; volume contains a record of seasonal household moves, 1815-1842, and planting and crop records, including the amount of corn and rice harvested since 1826 and 1825, respectively. Typical of plantation journals is a record of weather observations, including a system of meteorological observations for the twelve days of Christmas, said to indicate the weather for the coming year
University of South Carolina
Chiefly consisting of correspondence as chief of the Subsistence Bureau, Confederate States Army of South Carolina, re officer inefficiency, impressment, investigation into misappropriations, and difficulties in procuring supplies
Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives
This collection contains 4 ledgers relating to William G. Morrell Sr. and the estate of John Hammond. The first ledger is an invoice book of William G. Morrell's rice company spanning 1890-1893. The second ledger is a letter-press copy book of William G. Morrell dating from 1893-1894. It is very fragile and difficult to read. The last two ledgers deal with the estate of John L. Hammond and accounts for his widow, Ellen. the first ledger dates from 1891-1902. The second ledger is a cash disbursement book and dates from 1891-1900
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
Album contains 137 black and white and hand-colored photographs, with a few captions in English. Images include markets and vendor stalls, including dolls, textiles, fish; rice paddies, harvest, and processing; men, women, and children in traditional clothing; gardens and scenic views, including a shot of Mount Fuji; silk processing, including shots of cocoons and larva, spinning and weaving the silk; geishas playing music, arranging flowers, and performing tea ceremonies; temples and shrines; a parade; craftsmen demonstrating their trades, including basket weavers, woodcarvers, coopers, potters, textile workers, fan and lantern makers. Three photos at the end are of a ruined city

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