Ledgers (account books)
Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes the papers of James R. Perdue and his family. Items include a program for the Battle of the Crater reunion, a Sunday School concert flyer, seven obituaries for Perdue, a letter from J. R. Perdue, Jr., and two ledgers. Perdue (1837-1915) was a banker from Manchester, Virginia, and served as a Confederate soldier in the Otey Battery, Virginia Artillery during the American Civil War.
The Pittsylvania County Voter Ledger contains the names of individuals registered to vote in Pittsylvania County, Virginia from 1896-1924.
This collection contains a store ledger, possibly a general store, from Pulaski, Virginia, with accounts of purchases, customers, and goods, such as coffee, soda, fish, salt, etc.
The collection contains a cash ledger of the Radford Brick Company, which operated a manufacturing plant at Tiptop (Tazewell County), Virginia around the turn of the twentieth century.
The collection includes customer account, invoice, and workman's hours ledgers from the Reed Island Iron Company. Records date from 1880-1896, during most of the known active period of the company (c.1880-c.1906).
Accounting ledger maintained by an unidentified business in Saratoga County, New York, recording summarized balances brought forward from the company's daybooks.
The collection includes three ledger books from a shoemaker in North Carolina. Dating from 1851 to at least 1860, they contain customer lists, orders, and records of payments.
This collection contains a household and farming ledger owned by a Shropshire, England family, dating 1832-1867. Two articles and a letter report the discovery of coal in Shropshire. The ledger also contains financial records, notes on wine making and farming, instructions for care of cattle and pest control, and various receipes and remedies.
This collection contains financial documents, personal records, and ephemera related to the medical practice of Dr. James E. Tarter of Wytheville, Virginia, from about 1879 to 1941.
The collection contains cost office and business ledgers are from William J. Tarter, a merchant and postmaster of Favonia (Wythe County), Virginia.