Ledgers (account books)
Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes ledgers documenting the labor, production, sales and expenses of the Henniker Boot and Shoe Company of Henniker, New Hampshire, during the 1870s.
This collection contains seven ledgers and one letter from the estate of Isaac Horne (1801-1878) of Glade Spring, Washington County, Virginia. The ledgers show the Hornes owned a dry goods, fabric and tanning business. Transactions are recorded selling leather items to Confederate Soldiers during the American Civil War.
Ledger of James Taswell Jones (1890-1945), a Blacksburg, Virginia meat cutter, containing payment transactions on accounts of customers, including C. W. Black, C. E. Bodell, F. B. Eames, J. K. Groseclose, Y. B. Keister, and H. L. Price.
This collection consists of account books, including day books and ledgers, maintained by Thomas Shannon Miller, proprietor of a general store at White Gate (Giles County), Virginia, during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
This collection includes a customer accounts book for Montgomery Savings Bank, a financial institution in Blacksburg, Virginia during the latter 19th century.
The Morrison Stock and First National Bank Ledger includes lists of stock holders, stock transfers, and various other stock related transactions.
This collection contains an order book for a wholesale business operating in Fries (Grayson County), Virginia, during the early 20th century.
This account ledger from Lucretia, Virginia, documents individual, shipping, and railroad accounts.