Found in 113 Collections and/or Records:
M.S. Levy and Sons, Inc. records
This collection consists of various business records of the Baltimore hat manufacturing firm, M.S. Levy and Sons, Inc. Included are order records for straw and felt hats; manufacturing expense accounts books; monthly financial statements; a design book; minutes of meetings of the board of directors; and blueprints for additions to the plant.
M.S. Levy and Sons records
This collection contains the accounts, contracts, catalogs, and various business records connected with M. S. Levy and Sons, Baltimore hat manufacturers, 1884-1958.
Neilson record books
This collection contains 13 voumes of record books belonging to Baltimore architect James Crawford Neilson (1816-1900).
Oliver record books
Robert Oliver was a wholesale merchant, and an importer and exporter. This collection consists of account books, day books, ledgers, journals, and letter books kept during his various mercantile partnerships.
Otto Stude manuscript collection
This collection contains correspondence and ephemera from the Stude family members, including German language correspondence and ephemera during the World Wars, business papers for the Otto Stude Grain Company in Baltimore, military records, postcards and scrapbooks.
Perine account and record books
This collection contains 19 volumes of account and record books related to Peter Perine's pottery business.
Philpot-Randall family papers
This collection consists of manuscript items, legal documents, and correspondence belonging to the Philpot and Randall families, 1726-1936.
Posey account books
This collection contains the account books of the Posey family from 1824-1902.
Pre-federal customs house records for the districts of Baltimore, Annapolis, Patuxent and Oxford, MD
Collection of records related to customs duties. Includes manifest books, account books, and lists of vessels and cargoes entering or clearing the ports of Baltimore, Annapolis, Patuxent, and Oxford, Maryland.
This collection primarily contains the papers of Daniel R. Randall (1864-1936), a lawyer and historian based in Baltimore and Annapolis. His papers include a scrapbook with illustrations clipped from Harper's Magazine; an account book listing estates handled; essays, notes, speeches; and correspondence concerning efforts to locate the grave of Governor Robert Eden. Material from other Randall family members is also included in the collection.