Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Letters of General Charles Henry Tucky Collis telling mainly of his Civil War experiences
New York State Library - Manuscripts and Special Collections
Contains copies of outgoing correspondence with individuals and firms that were doing business with Caldwell's company. The letters detail a wide array of business matters such as products, services, orders, contracts, and finances
Alabama Department of Archives and History
This series consists of letterpress copybooks from assistant banking commissioner Henry B. Holcombe. The letters from Henry B. Holcombe to other State officials discuss such matters as land deeds, mortgages, lawsuits that the Branch Bank at Mobile is involved in, and other official matters pertaining to the activities of the Branch Bank during the state goverment's liquidation process of the State Bank
New-York Historical Society
Letterpress volumes (1851-1871) kept by Dow of copies of his personal and business correspondence written to relatives, friends, and business associates, many of them addressed by their first name only. In addition to personal and family matters, he writes of the dry-goods business, his trade with Europe, purchase and sale of stocks and other investments, his activities as an agent on behalf of persons who had portraits painted in Europe, and other matters. Some of his many correspondents were John W. Hall, Boston; H. Holthausen, Philadelphia; Dodge, Baldwin & Co., Boston; Ludovic De Castelnau; Rudolph Kessel; and John and Jeremiah Dow. A small number of letters are in French
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The Robert Wetherill & Company letterbooks contain copies of letters written to customers and suppliers. They show that most of the firm's output consisted of custom work, with the customer and the Wetherill firm working closely together to produce an industrial power plant for a specific purpose. The letterbooks often contain sketches which were presented to the customer for review and modification. The volumes show that by the 1890s the Wetherill firm had built an extensive customer network, primarily in the Northeast and Midwest. Its customers included the U.S. Navy and some of the nation's major railroad, traction, chemical and electric light and power companies
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Letterpress copybooks: v.1, 1 April-4 June 1895 with printed receipts and some typescript; v.2, 16 November 1895-11 January 1896
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Three letterpress copybooks of a resident of Galena, Illinois; containing lists of names and addresses, of notes given and interest paid, and of mineral lands owned in Washington and Franklin counties in Illinois, and Crawford County, Wisconsin; and business and personal correspondence including orders for seed and fruit cuttings, letters concerning donations to educational institutions, and letters to family and friends, several of whom lived in France
New York State Library - Manuscripts and Special Collections
Contains copies of outgoing correspondence primarily with suppliers of raw materials and with wholesalers of the finished product. The correspondence provides some insight into the business practices and procedures of the trade
University of California, Berkeley
Letterpress copybooks kept by Joseph Cummings Rowell as University Librarian, University of California, Berkeley Library