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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.
Includes accounts relating to the schooner Lizzie Brewster primarily for labor aboard the schooner.
Business records of Orick (O.H.) Wakefield and his son, Ralph J. Wakefield. The Wakefields were residents of Lowell, Maine.
Records include a financial ledger kept by William C. Walker between 1829 and 1843, recording his work as a cobbler in Stow, Maine. The ledger is accompanied by a daybook from 1831; this volume has "William C. Walker book no. 2" written inside the front cover.
Daybooks for the Warren Fish Company in Five Islands, Maine, wholesaler dealers in salted, pickled, and smoked fish. Details 1913 type and amount of fish caught by various vessels. Fish include cod, halibut, hake, pollock, salmon, butterfish, and sea trout.
A daybook of a watch repairer in Maine.
A daybook maintained by Perley Webster from September 1941 to January 1945. The volume records Webster's purchases as well as amounts he earned selling dairy products. It also contains lists of amounts spent on gasoline, oil and repairs as well as groceries. Miscellaneous receipts, notes, etc., accompany the daybook.
Daybook of a business, presumably a general store, belonging to Daniel A. and Reuben Whittier of Palermo, Maine. The volume records daily sales to customers and gives customer names, purchases and costs. Items sold include liquor, glass, canvas, buttons, shoes, molasses, etc.
Records of a blacksmith in Clinton, Maine. Collection includes two daybooks, dating from 1826-1829 and 1832-1839, that record work done for customers and the costs. Also includes a ledger dating from 1832 that records financial transactions by customer name.