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Ledgers recording sales to and work done for customers at a gasoline service station in York, Maine.
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are account books, cashbooks, journals, and ledgers covering the years 1892 to 1959.
Financial records of S.S. Herrick and Company, including daybooks of the grocery business 1896-1899 and 1908-1939 listing customer names, purchases and prices paid; and ledgers, 1892-1930s.
An account book of a shoe store in Limerick, Maine.
A sales ledger from an unidentified business, probably a shoe store. Entries record merchandise purchased from firms all over the United States.
An account book with financial information during the travels of a ship to ports in Europe and the U.S.
Account book of a general store owned by Jerome Wellington Sawtelle in Old Town, Maine.
Ledger for the fishing schooner Plu-Ri-Bus-Tah with entries from 1865 to 1871. Not a traditional logbook, this ledger contains records of the sale of the catch as well as the purchases necessary for fishing - bait, bushel baskets. a dory, barrels, nails, hooks, and rope. Payments for the repair of fishing nets are noted, as well as purchases of supplies for the fishing trips - apples, molasses, tobacco, tea, and matches, etc. There is an 1868 revenue stamp attached to one page.
Memorandum book of Odlin P. Sears listing prices for fabrics, dry-goods, household items, etc. for 1836-1839. Sears appears to have been a resident of Yarmouth, Maine. The name Mary Sears of Yarmouth also appears in the book.
Financial records of the Searsport National Bank from 1898 to 1921.
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are a cashbook from Dec. 1902-Sept. 1911, a journal from Feb. 1905 to Oct. 1911, and 2 ledgers covering the years 1905 to 1911.
Records of a tannery originally owned by F. Shaw and Brothers located in Grand Lake Stream, Maine.
A ledger of a lumber company in Maine listing trial balances beginning Dec. 1, 1913.
Records related to operations of the Sherman Lumber Company, founded in 1894 and located in Sherman Station, Maine. The records are arranged according to the following functions: administrative and organizational, financial, production, sales, and labor.
Two postage books for ships. The accounts are listed by the name of the ship carrying the letter or package and record the date, the city to or from which something has been sent, and the cost of postage.
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are cashbooks, journals, and ledgers from 1888 to 1911 and a ledger containing invoices to the company for the years 1887 to 1888.
A farmer's account book for the years 1921 and 1922. Account categories include rates, inventory, real estate, labor, horses, colt, equipment, auto, cows, heifers, herd bull, poultry, garden, and hay.
An account book belonging to George H. Smith of East Corinth, Maine, and used to record sales of farm products such as barley, oats, buckwheat, hay, etc. Smith also recorded sales of farm animals, days of work done for others, and various financial transactions.
Records of Thomas W. Smith, principal partner in various firms selling dry-goods, groceries, and hardware between Augusta, Maine and Boston. Arranged in two series: Business Records and Augusta Bank Records.
A volume used to record purchases of land in various townships in Somerset County, Maine. One entry records a purchase in Penobscot County. Each entry lists the location of the land, the purchasers, the cost of the land and the cost of the sale.
Photocopy of the records of a temperance society in Maine. Location of originals is unknown. Included are the constitution, minutes of meetings, lists of officers and committee members, and a genealogy of the Blake family. Included also are eight pages of the accounts of W.H. Comstock of Cape Rosier from 1880 to 1890.
Financial accounts of a prominent landowner in Kittery Depot, Maine.
An inventory of the estate of Joseph Sprague of Thomaston, Maine who died in 1826.
Financial records of a sawmill in Turner, Maine.
The Stetson family papers consist primarily of the business and personal papers of George Stetson, his sons Edward and Isaiah Kidder, and Isaiah's son Irving G. Stetson. They reflect the involvement of the Stetsons in the lumbering, slate mining, ice harvesting, and banking businesses in Bangor, Maine, the northern woods of Maine, and in New Brunswick.
A ledger of a coal company located in Bangor, Maine. The volume contains financial information about the company such as costs for labor, insurance, furniture and fixtures, etc., as well as a record of customers.
Log scaling book for the Stillwater Canal Corp. Shows how much lumber and for whom it was scaled. Also shows some log brands. This possibly reflects the boom operation in the Stillwater River opposite the present University of Maine.
Financial records of a general store in Dennysville, Maine, owned by Theophilus W. Allan and his sons. Volumes include two daybooks, dated 1869 and 1894-1895, as well as two ledgers dated 1889-1902 and 1901-1912. The store sold groceries, dry-goods, hardware, etc.