Chicago History Museum
New York State Historical Documents
Price lists and catalogs of publications of Bible societies and Christian missionary groups in various countries in Africa, North and South America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Includes especially catalogs of the British and Foreign Bible Society
Alabama Department of Archives and History
Beginning in fiscal year 1985, all U.S. military installations were required to purchase their alcoholic beverages from within the state where located. As a result, the ABC Board began to sell to eight military installations located in Alabama. The Purchasing Section is obliged to direct the preparation, publication, and distribution of military price lists four times a year for use by these military installations. Price lists found in this series include the Retail Price List, arranged by brand type, and the Numerical Master Code List, compiled by ABC Board code number. Both types of lists provide code number, brand name, size, and bottle/case price
National Library of Medicine - History of Medicine Division
University of Virginia
Group 1: Virginia companies (5 boxes): Box 1-2. Hopewell: Hummel-Ross Fibre Corporation. Lynchburg: Caskie Paper Company (Caskie-Dillard Co.). Norfolk: Old Dominion Paper Company -- Box 3. Richmond: Albemarle Paper Mfg. Co. B.W. Wilson Paper Co. -- Box 4. Dillard Paper Company. Epes-Fitzgerald Paper Co. Gauthorne Paper Company. Printing Papers Incorporated. Richmond Paper Company. Standard Paper Manufacturing Company -- Box 5. Richmond: United Paper Company. Virginia Paper Company. Roanoke: Caldwell-Sites Co
Alabama Department of Archives and History
According to the ABC Board rules, price changes to alcoholic beverages sold in Alabama are permitted four times a year. The Purchasing Section directs, on a quarterly basis, the preparation, publication, and distribution of price lists. Price lists found in this series include the regular price list (form S-10) which is arranged by brand type, the numerical master code list (form S-10E) compiled by ABC Board code number, and the collector bottles and gift packs list. Information available on these lists usually includes code number, name of brand, proof, age, size, bottle/case price and identification of closeout items. The price list is used by virtually all firms, corporations, or associations holding a liquor or wine license as a guide in determining their purchase from the ABC Board
Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library
Records prices for a variety of metal objects sold by Rawson; for example, copper sauce pans of various sizes, single copper plates at a cost of 8 shillings, and many other items made of copper. Iron drip pans cost 14 d. Glass lanthorns to hang 6 inch square cost 7 shillings. Sheet cut common candlesticks sold for 3 shillings per dozen
Louisiana State University - Special Collections
Price list for various produce, cattle, hides, cotton, wool, feathers, rags, along with snakeroot and ginseng
Chicago History Museum
Getty Research Institute
Collection includes a 12 p. ms. in the form of an acrimonious letter to Charles Blayds of Leeds (possibly the son of the Leeds banker and philanthropist John Blayds), giving a detailed account of purchases on a buying trip to Genoa and Naples, some for Perrot himself and others on Blayds' behalf. Perrot acquired coins and medals, Etruscan vases, bronze lamps, edged weapons, sculpture, pictures, and jewelry (including a box once owned by Maria dei Medici and a ring from the time of Charlemagne). Named dealers include Raphael Baron, Salvatore Fittipaldi, and Gargiullo