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Appomattox Iron Works and Supply Company Records,

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-1988-040
Abstract

This collection includes the business correspondence and other records of Appomattox Iron Works and Supply Company, a Petersburg, Virginia manufacturer.

Dates: 1925 - 1939

Graham and Robinson Account Book,

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-1978-013
Abstract

The collection contains a ledger of Graham and Robinson, a general mercantile business of Wythe County, Virginia, providing customer names, dates of transactions, goods purchased, prices paid, and wage credits for an iron furnace with which the store was associated.

Dates: 1869 - 1873

Harrison Hagans Account Books,

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-1988-057
Abstract

This collection includes the business ledgers--including a time book and three daybooks--attributed to Harrison Hagans, general store proprietor and iron furnace operator in Brandonville (Preston County), (West) Virginia

Dates: 1836 - 1858

Hileman, Cook and Company Account Book

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-1989-082
Abstract

This collection inlcudes an account book maintained by Hileman, Cook and Company, operators of Callie Iron Furnace in Botetourt County, Virginia during the late 19th century.

Dates: 1879 - 1896

Lobdell Car Wheel Company Account Books

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-1940-019
Abstract

This collection contains the records of a Smyth and Wythe County, Virginia furnace and store operations of the Lobdell Car Wheel Company, including customer store accounts, payroll records, and furnace operation reports.

Dates: 1881 - 1902

Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke Company Pay Ledger

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: Ms-2017-027

Warrenton, Virginia Account Books

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-2017-028
Abstract

This collection contains three account books (one daybook and two ledgers) relating to an unidentified business consisting of a gristmill, a foundry, and a general mercantile in Warrenton, Virginia, during the late 19th century. Evidence within the volumes suggests that they may have belonged to William G. Douglass, a late-19th century Fauquier County foundryman.

Dates: 1870 - 1882