Shipping -- Maine
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains business records of Black & Brothers, a dry goods business in Ellsworth, Maine.
First entry March 9, 1848 ; last entry [Nov?] 1858. Some loose notes inserted.
A daybook by an unknown compiler listing financial transactions including payments for labor performed, ice charters, pilotage of various vessels, and groceries and dry goods sold.
The collection consists of diaries kept by Richard V. Hayden from 1821 through 1867. The diaries give very detailed information about Hayden's daily life, including the weather, his varied work activities, and local and national events.
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.
The papers of a ship-owning family, Stephen W. Stuart, William H. Stuart and John B. Stuart. Some papers relate to the Richmond National Bank (1878-1884), mostly receipts. Also includes correspondence, financial records, and cargo lists.