Merchants -- Indiana
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S3466
Collection — Volume V160
Collection — Folder S0776
Scope and Contents This collection contains a handwritten letter by David Tenney Kimball Jr. and signed "Tenny". Dated February 8, 1837 and written from near Mt. Vernon, Posey County, Indiana, the letter was sent to his brother Augustine in Ipswich, Massachusetts and relates information about land values and family property in Posey County; illness from fever and age; and merchants in Indianapolis, Bridgeport, Plainfield, Belleville, Stilesville, Terre Haute, Merom, Vincennes, and Princeton.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of personal and business papers of the Hyacinth Lasselle family, and papers of a number of Vincennes families connected with the Lasselles through family or business relations, including the French merchants, Francis Bosseron and Antoine Marchal. The Hyacinth Lasselle papers include his account books (1798-1843); receipts, contracts, land documents, and other legal and business documents from Vincennes and Logansport (1796-1843); business correspondence, primarily...
Collection — Folder S2603
Scope and Contents This collection contains the papers of Joseph W. Dalrymple from Rising Sun, Indiana, including letters he wrote to his wife, Jennie, while on business in towns along the Ohio and Missisippi rivers in Arkansas, Indiana, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee (1870-1881); correspondence from his partner, John W. Bush, from Rising Sun (1875-1881); letters and invoices from merchants in Cincinnati, New Orleans, Louisville, Natchez (Miss.), and Cairo (Ill.) (1871-1883); and correspondence...
Collection — Folder S3413
Collection — Volume V229
Scope and Contents This collection contains one account book created by the Miller family in Falmouth, Indiana ranging from 1891 to 1895. It includes sales and trades done between the family and famers in the town and childhood drawings and writing by Herschel E. Miller.
Scope and Contents The collection contains Thomas Silver’s personal correspondence, receipts, accounts, daybook, deeds, and other business papers related to his store, ranging from 1828 to 1866. Also included are accounts with wholesale merchants in Cincinnati and Philadelphia, and receipts, accounts, and business papers for Pendleton merchant and brother William Silver.