Cornell University Libraries
Descriptive materials regarding wineries, vineyards, and associated businesses and organizations in the Eastern wine and grape industries. Geographic scope includes all of the U.S. east of the Rocky Mountains. Currently the majority of the material covers New York State, particularly the Finger Lakes region. Types of materials include but are not limited to: news clippings, magazine articles, brochures, wine trail maps, tasting sheets, videos, price lists, and product catalogs
Cornell University Libraries
This collection documents administrative and financial affairs of the Pleasant Valley Wine Company through its founding in 1860 through the 1950s. Included are grape growing and vineyard records, business ledgers, retail sales reports and statistics, correspondence from manufacturers, wholesalers and clients, advertising material, tax returns and other government correspondence. Correspondence with the company's traveling salesmen document the economic and social conditions of the time, especially in the period leading up to and during Prohibition. Government legislation, taxation, and regulation of alcohol is documented through legal forms, permits, and correspondence. Also included are various types of ephemera such as bottle labels, menus, advertising, and other promotional material, including a videotape, The Story of Wine, and a Betacam SP videotape, Pleasant Valley Wines. Also contains extensive business and personal correspondence of Champlin, Bauder, and Masson
Cornell University Libraries
This collection documents the winery business through ledgers and account books (1920 - 1958); press clippings; scrapbooks; artwork; labels; event posters; photographs of staff, operations and events; price sheets; subject files; licensing files; PR and marketing files; and administrative documents. Also some personal correspondence from those involved with the winery
New-York Historical Society
Signed receipt for a subscription in the New-York United Whaling Company, undated (but could be from around May 9, 1774), for Hugh Gaine. Account of Joseph Allicocke, from 1771 to June 13, 1774, detailing wine sales
New-York Historical Society
Collection contains daybooks, receipt books, a ledger, other account books, ships' logs, and cargo lists related to Gilford and his firm, Samuel Gilford & Son (1759-1827). Items concern his ships, sales and purchases of cargo, and other mercantile activities. Also included is an index volume which is apparently unrelated to this material -- Account books and ships' logs for the sloop "William & Mary", brig "Cornelia", and brig "Chance". Ships' account books reflect cargo purchases and sale, consignment sales, and ship maintenance and operating expenses. Wharfage account book lists name of vessel, captain, consignee, dates of arrival and departure, and charges incurred. Other daybooks, account books, and the ledger record sales and purchases of merchandise including large sales of wine, tea, brandy, sugar, and rum. Three receipt books for the firm Samuel Gilford & Son record payments for wines, spirits, tea, etc. An account book of notes made and received lists amount, duration, due ... Read More
Cornell University Libraries
Collection contains material from first annual Hudson Valley Wine competition in 2004, entrants, award winners, sponsors, and score sheets. Also publicity, membership and winery information, and other clippings
Cornell University Libraries
Correspondence relating to the operation and sales of Montage Vineyards Company, including accounting records
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Lessons in navigation (1 v., 1828) containing mercator, middle latitude, parallel, and traverse sailing examples, bound with journal of voyages from Lubec, Me., to Cape Hatteras, N.C., and from Monument Beach, Mass., to the Kennebec River, Me.; log of brig Abby and Elizabeth (Feb. 15-Apr. 4, 1857) relating to a voyage from Bordeaux, France, to New York, N.Y., carrying a cargo of brandy and wine, containing names of crew members; deed from Arthur Perry, mariner, of Sandwich, Mass., to Thomas C. Perry for real estate in Sandwich; and other papers
University of California, Berkeley
Divided into three series: wine making in California files, research and writing files, and personalia and general correspondence. The wine making in California files consist of materials Teiser gathered during the course of researching and writing her book on the history of wine in California. These materials include biographical files, files on California wineries, geographical files, subject files, and some manuscripts and book production files. Teiser's research and writing files consist of manuscripts and research materials (with some photographs) from Teiser's career as a freelance writer and reporter. Topics represented in these files include canning and other food technologies; bakeries and bread; economic development and the electronics industry in Santa Clara County; printing and fine presses in Northern California; San Francisco history; and assorted others. The collection also includes a small amount of general correspondence and personalia from Ruth Teiser and her ... Read More
University of California, Davis - Shields Library
Materials relating to the wine trade between England and France between the 16th-18th centuries; research data on apprenticeships, taverns, ports, and volumes of trade in paper and microfilm


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