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 Container

Contains 4 Results:

Dry Goods Ledger, 1854 December 7-1866 July 9, bulk: 1854 December

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: This collection consists of four ledgers from Henry County, Tennessee. One is from a Fancy and Dry Goods establishment, apparently run by Maxwell and Dinwiddie; one is from a blacksmith; one is from a cobbler named E. A. Goldsby; and one is a personal cash book for William M. Maxwell. The ledger from Maxwell and Dinwiddie's dry goods store begins with itemized lists of purchases for individual customers during December of 1854. These purchases include such items as fabric, hair pins,...
Dates: 1854 December 7-1866 July 9; Majority of material found within 1854 December

Blacksmith Ledger, 1842-1847 September 1

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: This collection consists of four ledgers from Henry County, Tennessee. One is from a Fancy and Dry Goods establishment, apparently run by Maxwell and Dinwiddie; one is from a blacksmith; one is from a cobbler named E. A. Goldsby; and one is a personal cash book for William M. Maxwell. The ledger from Maxwell and Dinwiddie's dry goods store begins with itemized lists of purchases for individual customers during December of 1854. These purchases include such items as fabric, hair pins,...
Dates: 1842-1847 September 1

Cobbler Day Book, 1846

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: This collection consists of four ledgers from Henry County, Tennessee. One is from a Fancy and Dry Goods establishment, apparently run by Maxwell and Dinwiddie; one is from a blacksmith; one is from a cobbler named E. A. Goldsby; and one is a personal cash book for William M. Maxwell. The ledger from Maxwell and Dinwiddie's dry goods store begins with itemized lists of purchases for individual customers during December of 1854. These purchases include such items as fabric, hair pins,...
Dates: 1846

William M. Maxwell Cash Book, 1838 February 10-1841 June 26

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 4
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: This collection consists of four ledgers from Henry County, Tennessee. One is from a Fancy and Dry Goods establishment, apparently run by Maxwell and Dinwiddie; one is from a blacksmith; one is from a cobbler named E. A. Goldsby; and one is a personal cash book for William M. Maxwell. The ledger from Maxwell and Dinwiddie's dry goods store begins with itemized lists of purchases for individual customers during December of 1854. These purchases include such items as fabric, hair pins,...
Dates: 1838 February 10-1841 June 26