Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The [Benton] Ledger and Scrapbook is a single item used as both a ledger and a scrapbook. The name Benton appears at the top of pages of the ledger, which may be the location of the business, probably a general store in Benton, Holmes County, Ohio. The ledger lists goods sold and names of customers, while the newspapers include poems, short stories, marriages, obituaries, and more.
This collection contains an account ledger of unidentified general store, surmised to have operated in Bergen County, New Jersey, with Benjamin Post the possible proprietor.
The collection contains a bill issued to Elias Crabill by Zea & Pirkey, a Strasburg, Virginia mercantile business, for purchases of food staples, fabrics, and clothing accessories made by Crabill's sister.
The W. D. Dehart & Sons Ledgers document the inventory and transactions of a country store in Meadows of Dan (Patrick County), Virginia, during the first half of the twentieth century. Materials include three ledgers of customer accounts and one ledger of wholesale purchases. Loose letters from customers to store proprietors also appear.
This diary contains a daily log on the weather and what this unnamed person did for the day. It usually ranges from doing household chores, helping the local women with shopping, where the author works, and other activities.
Daybook maintained by unidentified general mercantile store in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, including entries documenting sales of textiles, dry goods, tobacco, household goods, and tools.
The Wood, Kasey, and Wood Account Books document the transactions of a general store and zinc distributor in Max Meadows, Virginia, during the mid- to late nineteenth century. Materials include two detailed ledgers, three day books, and one cash book.