Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.0534
Overview A ledger for a paper manufacturing mill at Newton Falls, Ohio. Entries show accounts with employees and customers; prices for farm produce, coal, and general merchandise; salaries; and prices paid for materials. Accounts are shown with Western Reserve College and the "Ohio Observer". A method for coloring paper is given, as well as instructions for mixing and applying whitewash. It also includes an estimate for paper production costs; and lease from Frederick Trendley to John Benton for part of...
Collection Number: A&M.2616
Overview Four ledger books of Solomon P. Herndon, from Kingwood, Preston County, Virginia, for his public house, also known as Price's Tavern, and an autograph book and a memorandum book which includes a travel diary of a trip to the Holy Lands.
Collection Number: A&M.3044
Overview This collection contains documents and other material regarding the Civil War, including a diary, letters, reports, clippings, a muster roll, and other material. The majority of items in the collection regard the Civil War in West Virginia. Items within the collection are facsimiles and photocopies. Highlights of the collection include: the diary of Alex McGraw, who served with the West Virginia First Light Artillery; a letter from Captain Robert Coles of Virginia Fortieth Infantry, Wise Legion...
Collection Number: A&M.2621
Overview Records of Storer College, West Virginia's first African American institution of higher learning, located in Harpers Ferry. Types of records include correspondence, business papers, photographs, memorabilia, issues of the Storer Record (the Storer College newspaper), financial records, scrapbooks, bulletins, minute books, newspaper and magazine clippings, diaries, motion pictures, and miscellaneous material. Includes records regarding the early years of the...
Collection Number: A&M.2679
Overview Three ledger books of Pruntytown and Grafton inns, covering the period 1757-1887. The family names of the owners seem to be Clayton and Fenton. Ledger book #1: 1757-1887; Ledger book #2: 1852-54; Ledger book #3: 1852-53. The bindings are in poor condition. See inventory folder for notes on contents.