Found in 100 Collections and/or Records:
Daybook recording deliveries of goods on the Norway, Yarmouth and Spears, Maine routes.
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.
Contains two volumes dating from 1832-1855 used by Heath in his law practice to record money received from individuals. In some cases the reasons for the payments are given. The items were often paid for by barter, including with days of farm labor or work in the woods.
The daybooks contain the financial records of a retail store in Fryeburg, Maine, run by W. Higgins.
A daybook of a store in Farmington, Maine. The entries cover the years 1909 to 1920.
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.
Volume listing daily transactions of Andrew Hussey of Berwick, Maine. Includes names of customers, goods purchased or work performed, and prices.
Volume records the sale of goods such as lumber, tobacco, cheese, rum, shingles, vinegar and gin. Accompanied by a second volume listing individual names, perhaps meant to index the ledger that would have been used with this daybook.
Financial records of a business in Calais, Maine, presumably a general store. One volume, dated 1829-1832 and entitled Ledger B, records sales of goods such as shoes, apples, mackerel, butter, oil, rum, flannel, etc. The second volume, a daybook from 1835-1837, records daily transactions of the store. The volumes are accompanied by miscellaneous invoices, 1830-1832.
Daybook of a company located in Waterville, Maine. The volume lists daily expenditures of the company, beginning with those paid to company manager Frank L. Ames and others for setting up and incorporating the company and continuing with listings for amounts paid to other employees and charges to customers for telephone installations and repairs.
Day books of a general store in Bonny Eagle, Maine, and in Hollis, Maine, showing accounts receivable and accounts payable from Aug. 25, 1927-Aug. 22, 1828 and from Sept. 25, 1824-Aug. 1841.
Daybook for a country store in Hollis, Maine.
Daybook of a tailor in Portland, Maine, listing names of customers, work done for them, and prices charged. Also includes a menu for a dinner honoring Wm. Leighton held at the Elks home, Portland, on April 14, 1909.
The financial records of an electric utility in Maine.
Daybooks from an unidentified business belonging to Aaron P. McFarland in Montville, Maine, probably a general store. Volumes list names of customers, items purchased and amounts paid. Typical listings include tea, candles, thread, calico, eggs, etc.
Daybook recording financial transactions of C.A. Merrill of Auburn, Maine. Merrill appears to have been a farmer.
A daybook of an unidentified person providing information on the financial affairs of Lucinda Spaulding, probably a resident of New Vineyard, Maine. The book mentions that David Norcross took charge of Mrs. Spaulding's affairs as a trustee. Expenses include money spent for board, nursing, medicine, etc.
Daybook from an unidentified business in North Waterboro, Maine, probably a general store. Lists names of customers with purchases and their costs. Items purchased include soap, tea, ribbon, sugar, mustard, etc.
The papers of a journalist, diplomat and author from Calais, Maine. Including correspondence, diaries, notebooks, account books, manuscripts, and some family material. Correspondents include Salmon P. Chase, Charles Anderson Dana, G.G. Fogg, and Horace Greeley.
Collection includes a daybook, 1854-1856, and three ledgers, 1851-1878, detailing customers and goods sold to them. A fifth volume, 1861-1897, records amount paid for labor done for taking care of and supplying vessels, hauling timber, selling wood, etc.
Business records of Edmund T. Ring and scrapbooks documenting the career of his son, Edgar E. Ring, both of Orono, Maine. Edmund appears to have operated a grocery store there and also operated a sawmill under the firm name E.T. Ring and Son.
Financial records of S.S. Herrick and Company, including daybooks of the grocery business 1896-1899 and 1908-1939 listing customer names, purchases and prices paid; and ledgers, 1892-1930s.
Daybook of a general store in Calais, Maine. The volume records purchases made by customers including candles, cotton, needles, tea, pork, shoes, calico, etc.
Daybook of a liquor retailer in Buxton, Maine. A few of the pages have newspaper clippings pasted on them.
Volume used by Ambrose Scammon of Franklin, Maine, to record purchases of groceries and dry-goods from an unidentified business, probably a general store.
Daybooks recording purchases of customers from a general store in Scarborough, Maine. Goods purchased include crackers, salt, sugar, butter, pork, eggs, etc.
A volume used to record information for 1868-1883 about amounts paid for labor, material, engineering, printing, etc. used in road building, surveying, grading, tunneling and other tasks for the Somerset Railroad. Some treasurer's balance sheets are also included.
Financial records of a sawmill in Turner, Maine.
Daybook used by Zeke Stoddard to record seat reservations for his stage line in Pembroke, Maine.
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.