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Washington and Lee University - Special Collections and Archives
Scope and Contents These account books contain records of treatments applied, fees charged and payments received. 1862-1865 accounts are entered in a daybook of a Collierstown, Virginia general store. 1862 accounts include medical lecture notes.
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Account books, daybooks, and ledgers of Benoni B. Bacon, Juba Bacon, Calvin Barber, stonemason and gravestone carver, H.C. Bissell, merchant, Thomas Case, merchant, Elias Pettibone, shoemaker, Timothy Stone, carriages, Noah Weston, shoemaker, and other residents, chiefly of Simsbury, Conn. Includes account book of Salmon Eno containing accounts relating to the town of Simsbury; and account book and journal (1818-1834) of Titus Bissell, of Charleston, S.C.
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Bound account books, chiefly personal accounts of the Day, Kingsbury, and Talcott families, of Connecticut, during the 19th century; together with account books of their business interests including American Mills, textile mill in Vernon, Conn., and educational institutions in and around Hartford, Conn
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The records consist of three account books from Diedrich's business, a day book (1847-1857) and two ledgers (1849-1861). The accounts fill approximately 300 pages and describe work done, customers' names and prices. The day book also includes several entries on Diedrich's real estate (1877-1883) and the settlement of his estate after his death (1882-1885)
Library of Virginia
Scope and Content Two account books, 1837-1839, of a tavern owned by Elbert Mosby that record the individual accounts of customers. Each account lists transactions in chronological order. Information found in each entry includes date of transaction, form of transactions, amount owed, form of payment, and amount paid. Transactions include renting rooms, serving meals, selling drinks, renting buggies, renting stables for horses, and feeding horses. Payments made by cash and credit. The account books also record lists of individuals who attended drinking and dinner events held at the tavern. Information found includes name of individual and if they paid the attendance fee. One volume includes an index that lists names of customers in alphabetical order and page number of customer's account.
University of the Pacific - William Knox Holt Memorial Library
Volumes 1 & 2 contain records and daily accounts of a general merchandise store in Washoe, Nevada (1889-1892). Volume 3 contains minutes of a Justice Court in Contra Costa Co., Calif. (1865) and accounts of William Morris, a blacksmith and printer in California [possibly in Contra Costa Co.?] (1856-1857), and later Justice of the Peace of Township #3, Contra Costa Co., Calif. (1865). Volume 4 contains the account book of an El Dorado Co., Calif. blacksmith (1860-1863)
Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library
Records debits and credits accrued by Holmes and his associates, documenting the income of the iron works. Individuals received credits for coal, oak, and pine brought to the furnace, carting iron, and storing items needed for operating the forge. Many of the entries list a person's name, the phrase "iron waid" (weight), and an amount owed to the forge. Holmes often noted that money was paid at his house. References to furniture, beef, food, tools, framing, and spinning are also in the volume
Colonial Williamsburg - Special Collections
Library of Virginia
Scope and Content Andrew McCartney Distillery Account Books, 1877-1895, records transactions related to McCartney's liquor business. The volumes also included loose ephemera records including a letter that deals with his objections to laws that forbade selling under certain amounts of liquor near factories.