Found in 168 Collections and/or Records:
A farm account book from August 1913 to 1916. It is unknown who kept the account book.
A farm account book from 1918 to 1919. It is unknown who kept the account book and there are no towns mentioned so it is unknown where the farm was located.
Account books of an unidentified farmer probably from Rome, Maine. The volumes record both personal purchases and expenses and income from goods sold. These goods include potatoes, wood, rock and gravel, dairy products, beef, poultry, eggs, etc. Expenses of maintaining the house and barn are also listed.
A ledger containing a farmer's diary and list of accounts, possibly from Phillips, Maine.
Papers of a sea captain.
Listings by date of accounts with various individuals and materials purchased or work done. Goods include bushels of barley or rye, pork, rum, coffee, etc. Work includes plowing, use of horses, mowing, etc.
The Freeman collection consists of personal papers mostly from the end of his life. Includes letters from his daughter, receipts and bills from his home, and papers dealing with his Civil War pension, and the reunions of the 14th Maine volunteers.
A diary and account book of a farmer in South Chesterville, Maine and later in Livermore Falls.
First entry: Fred Wilder. July 3, 1899.
An account book of a farmer in Vassalboro, Maine.
Papers relating to the logging industry in Maine and the Great Northern Paper Company.
An account book and loose letters and notes kept by a lawyer practicing in Brunswick, Maine in the late 19th century.
A volume used by Edward S. Goodwin of South Berwick, Maine, to record days of work done by various individuals as well as records of various goods purchased. Typical work included cutting and hauling wood, use of oxen, breaking roads, etc. Goods included hay, potatoes, corn, etc. Information on the estate of Thomas Goodwin from 1858 is also included.
The papers of a banker in Portland, Maine. Included are 6 account books listing family expenses covering the period 1827 to 1892. Included also are a record of meetings of the committee to make arrangements for the American Board of Commissioners of Foreign Mission and a few papers of Congregational Churches in Portland. Included also are family and business correspondence.
A volume used by William Gowen, a resident of Westbrook, Maine, to record names of customers in his milk business and the number of gallons of milk purchased on a daily basis.
Account book of Seth E. Gray and Gray Bros. and Dresser, possibly from Machias, Me. Includes listings of goods sold and work done on an unidentified farm, probably a blueberry farm. Accompanied by another account book from Machias, 1883-1884, listing prices of groceries and dry-goods. Names mentioned in this volume include C.W. Vose, S.W. Pope & Co., S.S. Hall, and J.O. Pope & Co.
Business records of a sawmill located near Whiting, Maine, along with information about the history of the mill, area homesteads, and the logging industry in Washington County, Maine
Back accounts book for John E. Hammond Jr.'s blacksmith shop in Eliot, Maine. Contains entries for 1892-1908 which show payment for blacksmithing services.
Accounts of a general store in West Eden, Maine. Includes name list and items bought.
Account book kept by Benjamin Hatch for schooners Paragon and James Bliss.
A diary and account book of a farmer's wife in East Winthrop, Maine during 1912 to 1914. accounts.
An account book of a ship builder in Maine. The account book lists hours worked and wages paid.
Financial account of the estate of William Heath. Includes a copy of warrant (p. 27) for Mrs. Hannah Heath as a widow of a Revolutionary War veteran for bounty land (200 acres) from the state of Maine.
Account book containing records of taxes assessed and paid for labor and materials on highways in Belfast, Me. to Warren H. Paul, one of the surveyors of highways in Belfast. Includes a list of residents deficient in paying their tax.
The collection contains personal papers and business records of members of the Hill family, early residents of Kittery and Berwick, Maine.
Financial records of a tailor in Bucksport, Maine. Included are an account book from 1847 to 1871 and two daybooks from 1864 Jan. to 1867 Nov. 27 and 1869 Dec. 1 to 1879 Oct. 9 with invoices from 1886.
Account book kept by William Hopkinson of Gardiner, Maine, 1812-1835, recording farm work and other day labor.
Four diaries by a horse trainer/breeder/stable owner. The name of the horse trainer and the location of his stable are unknown.