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Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 1
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes two ledgers used by Dr. Benjamin J. Day. The first ledger was used for his partnership with Nehemiah Garrison and includes entries ranging from 1865 to 1873 for "Livestock," "Implements and Supplies," "Labor and Expenses," "Profit and Loss," and "Interest and Discount." A newspaper article, "A shock in High Life: High Finances Sometimes Leads Men to Perdition or Worse. M.J. Bray Smelling Brimstone," about the...
Scope and Contents This collection includes 21 daybooks and ledgers used by Dr. Bradford Warren for his medical practice in Marshall, Indiana. The daybook entries range from 1927 to 1951 and the ledger entries range from 1911 to 1952. One ledger (volume 14) includes entries regarding his practice in Kentucky prior to his move to Indiana and the last ledger (volume 21) includes a 1959 receipt from the Marshall Feed and Grain Company that was sent to his widow, Marcella Warren.
Dates: 1911-1952, 1959
Collection — Volume V394
Scope and Contents This ledger contains records of pension claims for Civil War veterans and widows in Indiana. There are entries dated from 1908 to 1918 divided into alphabetical sections by tabs. An individual entry includes the pensioner's or applicant's name, his or her residence, number of case (varies), company, regiment, and remarks on status.
Scope and Contents This collection includes 366 account books, daybooks and ledgers of the Conley and Son general store of Rosedale, Indiana with entries ranging from 1893 to 1975. The bulk of the collection consists of over 300 order books used by the store staff. Also included are a cash book, a receipt book, want books, incidental expense books, Rosedale National Bank Check books and record book, an old accounts book, bill ledgers, daybooks for receipts and expenditures, and goods sold ledgers. The receipts...
Collection — Folder S1258
Scope and Contents The ledger book in this collection lists names of men and the amount of stock they owned. Perhaps, this was stock in the grain warehouse business of Daniel Stover and James Harney. On page 15 is Daniel's name with 1860 and 1861 dates followed by men's names and numbers. The entries are in ink and easy to read. The last page has "Records of Deeds." About half the back pages have been torn out.There are three pieces of paper in D.C. Stover's handwriting. The first paper is an oath in...
Collection — Volume V075
Scope and Contents This collection includes an oversize ledger used by David Macy from 1849 to 1856. The ledger contains a double-entry system of bookkeeping, with debits and corresponding credit entries for accounts with individuals and companies.
Collection — Volume V393
Scope and Contents This collection includes a ledger used to record the Eugene, Indiana mill businesses that were owned by William Lea. Ranging from 1837 to 1845, the bulk of the entries are related to customer accounts regarding the sawmill. Other titled entries include cash accounts, bills payable, and the carding mill. The ledger begins with page 123, with the early pages having been removed some time prior to the volume's donation to the library.
Scope and Contents This collection contains account books, daybooks, ledgers, and letter books of the Ewing family, particularly those used by brothers William Griffith (W.G.) and George Washington (G.W.) Ewing regarding their companies in Fort Wayne, Indiana, their fur trade business, and their trade with Native Americans (1829- 1865). The collection also includes a daybook, ledger, and three letter books used for G.W. Ewing’s estate (1866-1877).
Collection — Volume V049
Scope and Contents This collection includes a debtor's ledger of Fletcher, Butler, and Yandes containing entries from 1842 to 1854, with the bulk of the entries ranging from 1842 to 1846. Following the dissolution of the firm's partnership in 1843, Butler continued work on the accounts and the ledger has the notation "B & N" above several entries, presumably the abbreviation for the firm of Butler and Newcomb. The collection also includes a May 1893 clipping from The...