Found in 103 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains two volume of minute books for the Baltimore and Ohio Turnpike Road Company, 1805-1909.
This collection contains records related to the metalworks company Bartlett Hayward. Records include bound files of account and order records of companies on file; customer ledgers with product orders and specifications; and a folder of detailed journal accounts describing operations of the company.
This collection contains the proceedings of a group formed to build and operate a road from Boonesborough to Hagerstown, Maryland, with complete details of construction and development, 1822-1911.
This collection contains the business papers and letters of the Bowie family of Maryland 1898-1936. Handwritten copies of Bowie genealogical data and data of related families dating back to 1500s are also included.
This collection contains the business papers of Captain Benjamin Jenne. The materials represent the typical paperwork of the import and export business, such as bills of lading, invoices, and insurance claims.
This collection contains fifteen boxes of orders and receipts, bills and invoices, forms from the U. S. Treasury and insurance companies, as well as business correspondence dealing with Carl Schon Inc., a Baltimore-based jewelery firm.
This collection consists of the Baltimore Company (ironworks) records (1730-1805) which include land papers, minutes, correspondence, financial records, and memoranda. Also in the collection are papers of James [Maccubbin] Carroll and his sons James Carroll (1791-1873), Harry Dorsey Gough Carroll, and Charles Ridgely Carroll (1800-1870). Their papers pertain mainly to property they owned in Anne Arundel and Baltimore counties and Baltimore City.