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Account books

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 254 Collections and/or Records:

Freeman Family Papers

Collection Number: A&M.0248
Overview A contract between Fayette Freeman and others for a subscription school to be opened in Lewis County, and four pages of accounts of Stephen Freeman showing prices of clothing, hardware, and household articles.
Dates: 1845

G.B. Stathers Account Book

Collection Number: A&M.2182
Overview Account book of G.B. Stathers, a Justice of the Peace for McElroy District, Tyler County, West Virginia, and a carpenter who operated from the towns of Alma and Blue, Tyler County. The account book shows that Mr. Stathers made and sold wagons, buggies, coffins, window frames, doors, railroad ties, and many other wooden articles.
Dates: 1875-1895

General Store in Jefferson County, Virginia Account Ledger

Collection Number: A&M.3815
Overview A ledger of an unknown store or individual in or near Jefferson County, Virginia (now West Virginia) showing the accounts of customers who purchased meat and grain items in 1800-1801. Also includes an account of wood deliveries to the 8th Regiment at the United States Armory and Arsenal at Harpers Ferry during winter 1800-1801, and the public sale of the assets of Keep Triste Furnace (also spelled Keep Tryste and Keep Tryst), located near Harpers Ferry, in or after 1801.
Dates: 1800-1801

General Store in Rockbridge County, Virginia Account Ledger

Collection Number: A&M.3746
Overview Financial Ledger of 11 bound leaves detailing transactions for goods and services in the Rockbridge County area of Virginia in the period 1847-1854. Records include customer names, dates of transactions, products and services provided, and cost.
Dates: 1847-1854

George H. King Journal and Daybook

Collection Number: A&M.2058
Overview Journal and daybook of George H. King, who operated a store near Romney, West Virginia; includes entries for Laurel Run, Grant Township, and Romney, 1861-1879.
Dates: 1861-1879

George W. Fairfax Papers

Collection Number: A&M.1062
Scope and Contents These papers include receipts; promissory notes; legal papers; articles of agreement; indentures and miscellaneous correspondence. The bound volumes include legal tax records; land surveys; merchandise account books and ledgers. The papers deal principally with Monongalia and Preston county subjects.
Dates: 1832-1898

George W. Fairfax Papers

Collection Number: A&M.1084
Scope and Contents Legal papers and business receipts, notes, and accounts of a Preston County sheriff and entrepreneur who operated a tannery and a sawmill. Fairfax was also a Colonel in the Virginia Militia and served as deputy sheriff of Monongalia County about 1854.
Dates: 1806-1885

George W. Miller Papers

Collection Number: A&M.2130
Overview Correspondence and financial records of a Gilmer County businessman, gas drilling contractor, schoolteacher, and elementary school principal who was involved also with coal, timber, real estate, and water well businesses. The correspondence concerns Miller's business affairs; dealings with government agencies, such as the Federal Power Commission and the Small Business Administration; applications for teaching positions and graduate schools; tax problems; campaign for a seat on the school...
Dates: 1948-1971

Gladys Link Hartzell, Collector, Account Books

Collection Number: A&M.2326
Overview Account books of John Sheetz (1842-1882) with some pages used to record the words to Confederate songs; Doctor's (N.D. Pairan's) account book, 1836-1838; William Martin's account book for a general store, 1777-1783; and two ledger books used as scrapbooks, containing mainly notices of deaths and marriages.
Dates: 1777-1885

Goshorn Family Papers

Collection Number: A&M.2426
Overview This collection comprises the personal and business correspondence, as well as financial and legal papers of the Goshorn family of Wheeling, West Virginia, including papers from members of several allied families. Highlights include letters from William S. Goshorn during his Civil War imprisonment and letters from a Virginia legislator in the House of Delegates (1833). An addendum (2012/09) contains three ledgers of John Goshorn (1827-1874). See the Scope and Content Note for more details.
Dates: 1827-1926