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Item — Ledger: 1
Identifier: MSS 16407
Scope and Contents Note The Albemarle County ledger book (1871-1880; 0.5 cubic feet) is approximately 60 pages of accounts recorded; many names have been lined through, indicating the ledger was repurposed. Page 50 is an account "An approximation of all debts by me Jan. 1, 1879 with a view of comparisons on Jan'y 1880," and includes monies owed "Geo. M. McIntire, Druggist," "Patterson & Cochrane, Dry goods," and "A.C. Brechin Books," etc. Pages 52-61 record cash expended for the year 1879 and contain hundreds of...
Dates: 1871 - 1880
Scope and Contents ACQUISITION INFORMATION DATE RECEIVED 1996 DONOR INFORMATION This collection was purchased from Mary Gilliam for the Law Library in March of 1996.
Scope and Contents ACQUISITION INFORMATION DATE RECEIVED 1997 DONOR INFORMATION This book was purchased from Steve Finer Rare books in 1997.
Identifier: MSS 16443
Identifier: MSS 16353
Scope and Contents Charlottesville Woolen Mills, Charlottesville, VA. Business records, 1868-1956. Incorporated 1868 by H.C. Marchant; operated until 1962.This collection is comprised of ledgers, papers, artifacts, a map, and a panoramic photograph. It is divided into two series: Business Records and Miscellaneous. The first series, Business Records contains ledgers and business related paperwork, such as correspondence and legal documetns. The second series, Miscellaneous, contains the remaining...
Collection — Box: BW 18, Folder: 1 [X030899265]
Identifier: MSS 16367
Scope and Contents J. D. Deacon store ledger, MSS 16367, 1902, 0.03 cubic feet, consists of his ledger from Oakdale, Gloucester County, Virginia.
Collection — Box: BW 18, Folder: 1 [X030899263]
Identifier: MSS 16369
Scope and Contents COLLECTION DESCRIPTION & ARRANGEMENT This ledger was purchased from Alderman Library in June of 1985. It consists of one volume divided in what appear to be client accounts, and some subdivisions titled: “Commissioner in Chancery,” Cash Account (General), Cash Account (Individual).
Collection — Box: BW 22, Folder: 1 [X032652608]
Identifier: MSS 16438
Content Description The map and print seller diary (1864; 0.03 cubic feet) includes account and mileage information, and diary entries. Boston, MA and Portland, ME, and towns in between are noted.
Dates: 1864-04-05 - 1864-07-17
Collection — Box: BW 18, Folder: 1 [X030899264]
Identifier: MSS 16226
Scope and Contents E. H. Moon ledger, 1830-1834, 0.04 cubic feet, belongs to a merchant in Scotsville, Va. and contains approximately 100 pages, including handwritten entries relating to store purchases, and slaves, and about 20 pages of newspaper clippings.
Identifier: MSS 16412
Scope and Contents Note Three ledger books, a bundle of cancelled checks, and one deposit pass book, all from the Morris Plan Bank of Virginia. The three ledgers contain stock certificates from 1923 (four in number), 1931 (100 in number), and 1933-1934 (25 in number). The bundle of checks are written to a variety of recipients and span the years 1937 to 1946. The undated deposit pass book contains payment slips and schedule for a loan of $100.Collection also contains a series of papers documenting the 1923...
Dates: 1923 - 1946
Scope and Contents COLLECTION DESCRIPTION & ARRANGEMENT These manuscript volumes reveal a great deal about Kissam’s practice, and provide a window on the legal world in New York City on the eve of the American Revolution. The ledger was kept from 1755 to 1776, and contains accounts of clients, both individual and corporate, relatives, servants, and other lawyers. Although there is no mention of John Jay, this ledger was in use during the period of Jay’s clerkship with Kissam. His clients ranged across the...
Item — Ledger: 1
Identifier: MSS 16402
Scope and Contents Note The Pence ledger (1856-1859; 0.25 cubic feet) records work done by and payments made to Lewis Pence, a blacksmith in Edinburg, Virginia, from 1856-1859. Pence's clients include George Grandstaff, a local gunmaker and the owner of the Edinburg Mill. The Edinburg Mill was almost burned by Union troops during the Civil War in October of 1864, but locals extinguished the fire and the mill survives to this day as a museum and designated Virginia Historic Landmark.
Scope and Contents COLLECTION DESCRIPTION & ARRANGEMENT This book contains a name index in the front; numbered pages are headed by client name; dates are given in the left margin and action or activity described to the right of them. Entries cease after page 189.
Scope and Contents COLLECTION DESCRIPTION & ARRANGEMENT These two ledgers were kept by a Castine, Maine, fire and marine insurance company in the 1850's. The first volume begins with a handwritten copy of the 1852 act of incorporation, followed by records of the trustees' meetings through 1858. The second volume contains abstracts of policies from 1853-1855, and records of open policies for 1855. Each volume also held a number of loose items.
Scope and Contents COLLECTION DESCRIPTION & ARRANGEMENT The Robins and Gates Record of Account includes accounts and cases ranging about the state (Montgomery, Clear Creek, Milton, Orange, Jackson, Vermillion, Mansfield), as indexed in the rear, and with brief descriptions at the front of the book as to the kind of legal services rendered (or the legal issues being tested - gaming, bastardy, deeds, pension papers, for trespass, for killing a dog, tavern license, patent papers, etc.).
Item — Ledger: 1
Identifier: MSS 15971
Scope and Contents The Charles Francis Russell tobacco ledgers (1887-1888; 0.2 cubic feet) document Russell's operation of a tobacco company. The collection contains copies of over six-hundred letters written by Russell, both to A. A. Spitzer of R. E. Lee Camp No. 1 and to other customers and dealers nationwide. Russell's "Lee Camp" tobacco was created via contract with the homonymous organization, who received a portion of tobacco sales. Some of the letters to Spitzer note great difficulty selling a...
Dates: 1887 - 1888
Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 16307
Scope and Contents Note The first ledger contains correspondence between the Spanish embassies in New York and Philadelphia, and its consular office in Norfolk, Va., 1797-1817. Most letters are addressed to Spanish diplomats Josef Ignacio de Viar and Carlos Martinez de Irujo. The second ledger is a bound log of shipping activity from Norfolk to Cuba and other ports, 1817-1840.
Dates: 1797 - 1840
File — Box: 1
Identifier: MSS 16433
Scope and Contents Note The Stowe grocery store ledgers (1870-1934; 0.4 cubic feet) document the operation of the titular family's grocery store in Petersburg, Virginia. Ledgers document monthly expenses for items ranging from rent to flour to labor. The collection also contains a small file of personal letters and bills for appliances.
Dates: 1870 - 1934
Identifier: MSS -00-5
Scope and Contents COLLECTION DESCRIPTION & ARRANGEMENT The Cash Book of John Brazee contains simple one line entries of fees (on versos) and expenses (on rectos) with occasional pages given over to detailed summarizations of property inventory and debt estimates.
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