Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of a small handwritten account book with entries from 1827 through 1840 by an unknown author.
This collection consists of a single account book kept by an unidentified owner between 1855-1858.
This collection consists of four account books dated from 1837 July 25 - 1867 May 24. One account book lists a categorized inventory of items sold and the total monetary amount per category. The three other account books list the name of the purchaser as well as the items sold immediately beneath each name. The phrase “Dandridge Tennessee” appears at the top of three of the account books which seems to indicate that the account books originated from Dandridge, Tennessee.
This collection consists of four agricultural ledgers and two time books. The six volumes in this collection contain several entries, which extend from the years of 1858 to 1890.
This collection consists of two account books owned by Charles O. Hill. The books record his personal and business transactions from 1883-1903.
This collection includes a cash sales account book for the Economy Millwork Manufacturing Company in Vestal, Tennessee from 1828-1829.
This collection contains a cash book by the Imperial Transfers Company dated 1907 to 1910. The handwritten book contains information on daily cash receipts, pay rolls, and transfers with patrons. The first page indicates that the company's proprietors are "Brown and McCulla."
This collection contains six ledger books of J. T. Stewart Furniture Company dating 1905-1928.
This collection contains one detailed bill from 1797 for James Collingsworth for "smith work done by him for the Cherokee" as he was ordered to do by General Robertson.
This collection consists of a single ledger, which records the goods and services purchased from John Jackson Polk from January-September 1891.
This collection consists of a handwritten diary of John Thompson's with entries dated between 1803-1811. Included is a travel account of Thompson's journey by boat from Nashville, Tennessee, to New Orleans, Louisiana, and his return on land via the Natchez Trace. Other entries include recipes, remedies, and miscellaneous tales. Typed notes about his entries accompanies the diary.
This collection contains three account books written by John W. Sharp dated 1843-1884.
This collection contains a large account book for an unidentified business in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1884.
The collection consists of one record book from 1885 with daily entries by an unidentified creator.
This collection houses a single account book dating 1836-1844. The book contains several handwritten oaths taken by grand jury foremen and traverse jury members. Instructions are also given on the judgment for plaintiffs in debt plea payment and financial accounts.
This collection consists of journals and ledgers for McCalley and Draper, 1840-1873, in Huntsville, Alabama.
This collection contains the ledger for a blacksmith in McMinn County, Tennessee. The blacksmith listed each job with customer name, job, and cost. Some recurring names include John and Joseph Copeland, John Benton, David Cantrell, and James Chesnutt.
This collection contains the ledger book for a Memphis, Tenn., construction company (possibly G. W. Lewis Construction Company) from 1926 to 1934. Projects include the Lamar Theatre in Memphis, Tenn., Vanderbilt University additions, Dr. Wallace's Sanitarium, and the John Gaston Hospital.
This account book from a military college includes a detailed handwritten list of provisions taken from May 5, 1799 to June 24, 1802. Additionally in the book are various writings by the author such as poetry and quotes.
This collection contains 48 handwritten ledger sheets from Parkes, Plunkett & Co., a manufacturing business in Franklin, TN, dated 1835-1874.