Found in 103 Collections and/or Records:
The Terminal Shipping Company was one of Baltimore's largest steamship agencies and stevedoring firms. The account books show its operation expenses for stevedoring and shipping during the early-to-mid twentieth century and include profits, losses, major accounts, and investments.
This collection contains the business papers of Thomas Swann, President of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company from 1848-1853.
This collection consists of papers pertaining to the Towson and Cockeysville Electric Railway Company, including subscription lists for stocks, maps and deeds of tracts of land on the route; receipts and expenses; annual reports; schedules; tax forms, etc., 1905-23.
The collection consists of 50 volumes that record information on those buried by W. J. Tickner & Sons, 1878-1949, Henry W. Mears & Sons, 1888-1943, and outside funeral homes with whom Tickner cooperated, 1923-56.
William Matthew Marine, 1843-1904, was a Baltimore attorney, the collector of the Port of Baltimore during the 1890's, and an amateur writer. This collection contains 32 boxes comprised of his legal and political correspondence, notes, and clippings from 1808-1904.