Found in 168 Collections and/or Records:
The first ledger is an account ledger from Oct. 18, 1866 to Nov. 16, 1869 of Joseph W. Humphrey as a carpenter and mason in Bangor, Maine. The second ledger is an account ledger from Dec. 16, 1873 to Oct. 1878 and includes an inventory of Humphrey's estate, appraised in May 1878.
Record of initiation fees and dues paid by members of the Georges Valley Lodge No. 160 of the Independent Order of Good Templars located in North Appleton, a locality in Appleton, Maine.
Collection contains personal papers and business records of Charles R. Ireland as well as a few papers of other members of the Ireland family. The majority of the collection contains business ledgers and invoices to Wm. B. Ireland and Son and C.R. Ireland for goods purchased for their dry goods and grocery business in Stetson. Records (1874-1887) of the Stetson Post Office are also found in the collection
Business records of a manufacturer of lumber and cooperage in East Limington, Maine. Included are 4 account books and approximately 40 bills and letters.
Includes journals, ledgers, time and payroll books, and scrapbooks. Also included is a copy of Hiatt's expert lumber pricer published in 1925.
Account book of a grocery store in Kittery, Maine.
An account book of a physician in Springfield, Maine.
Account book of a physician in Springfield, Maine. Lists charges for patient visits and treatment as well as for general payments and expenditures. Includes a small number of transactions for the Springfield Normal School; Dr. Jones served on the board of directors of the school.
An account book used by Judkins to record his business transactions, including sales of his agricultural products as well as work he did for the town of Belgrade and various individuals. Such work included breaking roads, administering estates, assessing property, selling hay and hauling wood. Miscellaneous receipts for Samuel and Belle Judkins as well as a school exercise book from an unidentified person accompany the account book.
Three ledgers containing the accounts of a blacksmith shop in Dennysville, Maine, in the early 19th century.
The financial records of a local electric company in Maine.
A volume used by an unidentified person, possibly Enoch Wood, to record work done for various individuals. Jobs included pruning trees, drilling, hauling wood, and splitting rocks as well as the use of oxen. The volume also records work done for the town of Manchester, Maine, including serving as a selectman, doing valuations, etc. A few invoices for work done are also included in the collection.
A volume from an unidentified business, possibly a sawmill or lumbering operation in Old Town, Maine. Arranged by customer name, the volume lists unidentified merchandise purchased by each customer and the methods used to pay for these purchases, mostly days of labor.
Ledger from an unidentified person or business possibly in Parsonsfield, Maine. The name Parsons appears on the front cover. The journal lists names of customers, materials and goods purchased or work done, and amounts paid. Items listed are primarily foods (potatoes, cider, lamb, apples, etc.). Types of work listed include use of horse and wagon or oxen, cutting wood, fencing, removing rocks, etc.
Ledger of an unidentified business possibly in Portland, Maine. Customers include several wholesale and retail dry goods merchants and clothiers as well as booksellers and stationers, bakers, druggists, etc., most of them in Portland.
Ledger of a store in northern Maine.
Business and personal papers of Edwin F. Littlefield, a ship captain from Winterport, Maine. Very little biographical information is available about Littlefield, but it appears that he was a ship owner, captain and agent between 1854 and 1897, the year of his death.
Account book of a resident of Bucksport, Maine. Included are records of work done for W.T. Trevor, Armour Company, J.E. Witham and Company, Armour Fertilizer Company, F.M. Mooney, W.R. Moorehead, Dr. Crawford, and Dr. Snow. Included are records for work "paid out on place."
The collection consists of records of individual subordinate and juvenile chapters of the Grange in Maine. Included are secretarys' books, dues books, roll books, and account books.
Account book listing the cost of making and mending boots and shoes.
Memorandum and account books from 1857, 1876 and 1877 by an unknown compiler, probably in the Portland, Maine, area. The volumes record daily purchases and expenditures for groceries, dry-goods, personal expenses, taxes, etc. The volume from 1876 also details expenses of trips between Portland and Philadelphia.
A volume used to record money spent on education in Mount Vernon, Maine, 1902-1904. Entries are for general school expenses, textbooks, repairs, superintendence and the high school.
An account book of a blacksmith in Berwick, Maine Territory during the middle 18th century.
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are cashbooks, ledgers, accounts payable ledgers, and distribution ledgers.
Volume used by Dr. Wiley to record professional services rendered to his patients in Bar Mills, Maine and surrounding communities from Sept. 1, 1907 to March 1, 1912. The accounts are arranged by name of patient and include a description of services and charges to each patient.
Ledger and diary listing accounts and events in Portland, Maine.