Found in 168 Collections and/or Records:
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.
An account book for the years 1828 to 1844. The account book lists credits and debits. The handwritten letter is from James Thomas, to Wm. T. Barry, Postmaster General, Washington, Jan. 5, 1830.
An account book of school money disbursed by school districts in the town of Tremont, Maine in 1849. Included also is a copy of a proposed letter to the superintendent of the Maine Insane Hospital dated August 9, 1849 recommending that Thomas Stanley, Jr. of Tremont become a resident of the hospital.
Ledger of an unidentified business. The ledger is largely unfilled.
District and garrison orders of the U.S. Army, First Military District at Fort Preble in Portland, Maine during August and September, 1814. George Rogers signed many of the orders. The volume also appears to have served as a business account book for Rogers, 1817-1828. Most pages are headed Freeport and list land and other purchases, work done for Rogers, etc.
First entry dated April 19, 1886; last entry dated April 13, 1891. Harbors included in the district of Castine were Castine, Bucksport, Deer Isle, and Sedgwick.
Two volumes (1899-1905) printed by U.S. Postal service with blanks for recording the bookkeeping associated with running a small post office; volumes list stamps sold and cancelled, and other matters.
Account book of a general store in Rumford, Maine.
Account book of a general store in Rumford, Maine. Book bought December 12, 1803. First entry, 1808. Lacks pages 1-4.
Business records of Orick (O.H.) Wakefield and his son, Ralph J. Wakefield. The Wakefields were residents of Lowell, Maine.
Account book kept by Veranus Warren, a blacksmith from Milbridge, Maine.
Includes an account book covering household and farming expenses, lumber mill diary, drawings. Covers the period 1855-1866 in Frankfort, Maine.
The account books record the practice of a physician in Kittery, Maine in the late 1800s.
A volume used by Joseph Westcott to record financial transactions from his general store in Castine, Maine. The volume was also used to record information about settling the estate of Joseph Westcott's father, also Joseph Westcott, who died in 1830.
This collection is a mix of personal and business documents concerning families other than the Westerfield Family. These documents include ships logs and diaries, personal diaries, account books, and letters. A few other family related documents are included.
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are a journal (Dec. 1915-Dec. 1920), a ledger (June 1915-Aug. 1921), Cash Receipts (Dec. 1917-1919, 1919-1920), Cash Disbursements (Jan. 1916-Dec. 1920), Cash Book (July 1920-Aug. 1921), Voucher Register (June 1915-June 1920), and an operating journal (Jan.-July 1921).
An account book for a business--probably a woolen mill--that appears to have been located in Mt. Desert, Maine, dating from 1832-1833. The book records the amount of wool carded, and how the laborers were paid, which was often with in-kind payments such as soap, fish, or butter.
Collection contains a bank deposit book, check book, and receipt from the Old Town Trust Company. The account is in the name of W. I. Zeitler and dates to the 1920s.