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Daybooks

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Adam Innes day book

 Collection
Accession: 1919
Abstract:

A tannery was erected in Granville Center, Bradford County, Pennsylvania, in 1857. The tannery was sold to Charles J. E. Martin (1817-1862) and was later operated by Adam Innes (1820-1886) from 1862 until his death in 1886. The daybook records the operation of the Granville Center tannery by Martin and Innes from 1861 to 1883.

Dates: 1861-1883

Almon Fuller daybooks

 Collection
Accession: 1918
Abstract:

Almon Fuller (1816-1881) was a shoemaker at Wyalusing, Bradford County, Pennsylvania, from 1835 until 1856, when he moved his family to Camptown, Pennsylvania, and became a small farmer. Almon Fuller's daybooks describe the operation of a small shoemaking shop in northeastern Pennsylvania during the 1830s.

Dates: 1835-1850

Bound volumes

 Series
Accession: 1209-I.
Dates: 1758-1909

D.B. Jones Company records

 Collection
Accession: 1124
Abstract:

The D.E. Jones Company, and its successor, Edith N. McConnell, were caterers and confectioners in Wilmington, Delaware. The records consist of recipe books, account books, and ledgers that identify individual and corporate customers, and describe types of food prepared for and purchased by clients, who were generally entertaining guests.

Dates: 1884-1956

John Pott business records

 Collection
Accession: 1120
Abstract:

His business records consist of four time and board books and one day book from the Greenwood Iron Works and a single day book from the District Forge.

Dates: 1799-1828

Thompson & Company daybook

 Collection
Accession: 2005
Abstract:

Thompson & Company was a general mercantile business located at Riga Corners, now the village of Churchville, town of Riga, Monroe County, New York. The daybook documents a typical rural merchant at a time when the Rochester area was just being opened to white settlement.

Dates: 1812-1815

Wallace family general store account books

 Collection
Accession: 1004-1
Abstract:

The Wallace family general store was a country store established by Robert Wallace (1721-1793) when he purchased land in what is now East Earl Township northeast of the town of Lancaster around 1761. The records of the Blue Ball store are somewhat unusual because they cover a single rural enterprise over a long period that coincides with the change from near-frontier conditions to intensive agricultural development. All of the records are typical storekeeper's account books: day books, ledgers and cash books. There is also an arithmetic copy book, circa 1790, that belonged to Thomas Wallace (1785-1871), the youngest son of Robert Wallace.

Dates: 1762-1894