Found in 113 Collections and/or Records:
James Carroll account books
This collection contains two ledgers kept by James Carroll of "Mount Clare", including entries for family expenses, brick yard receipts, Haylands Farm, Mount Clare Mills, taxes, and many individuals mentioned.
James Howard McHenry account books
The James Howard McHenry account books consists of 4 volumes detailing Sudbrook farm financials, 1843-1901.
James Howard McHenry papers
This collection contains the James Howard McHenry papers, dated 1810-1885. The vast majority of the collection is composed of family and business correspondence, but there are also scrapbooks, clippings, and ledgers.
John Allbright account book
Day Book of John Allbright, showing thousands of brick supplies allotted for construction work in the City, with accounts in pounds and shillings.
John Campbell White papers
This collection contains supplemental papers to MS 1005, the John Campbell White papers. MS 1005.2 contains sermons, account books, legal documents and correspondence, as well as diaries and financial receipts belonging to Eliza Ridgely White. The scope of this collection spans 1764-1928 contained in 6 boxes.
John H. Carroll family papers
This collection is comprised of account books, ledgers, and notebooks of John Henry Carroll (1799-1856) and his family. Carroll was a Baltimore County landowner and his family lived at "The Caves" estate.
John M. Gordon papers
This collection contains the family papers and accounts of John Montgomery Gordon, president of the Union Bank of Baltimore.
Daybook of Timothy Kirk, 1797, and some letters, Day books of Wm. Kirk, for 1807,1808,1811, Account books of Baltimore Lumber company, 1811; Norris & Chriswell's; York Haven company; Canal book for 1897; Distillery Receipt book, 1811. Business correspondence and various accounts. Kirk's account with U.S. for civilizing Indians in Ohio country, Correspondence with Kirk and Secretary of War Dearborn, Charter of Ohio Land Co., proposed by Wm. Kirk.
Library Company of the Baltimore Bar papers
The Library Company of the Baltimore Bar was established in 1840. This collections consists of receipted bills and vouchers, 1855-1860.