Found in 103 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains bank drafts, both handwritten and printed, from Eutaw Savings Bank, as well as the bank’s correspondence, legal documents, and receipts.
This collection contains the business records of Francis T. Null, a furniture dealer of Baltimore. Included are 10 bound volumes of accounting records, 9 small bank account books, 1 book of fabric samples, and miscellaneous papers, including letters, receipted bills, insurance policies, and publications, circa 1899-1950.
The Garrett Papers primarily concern Robert Garrett (1847-1896) and his wife Mary F. Jacobs (1851-1936), spanning 1816 to 1950, although the bulk of material is dated from 1885 to 1896. The collection is comprised of 38 boxes containing an estimated 25,000 items.
The collection is comprised primarily of correspondence as well as legal documents, deeds, wills and indentures, and some of Judge John Glenn's and his son William Wilkins Glenn’s personal correspondence, including letters from Reverdy Johnson, Daniel Webster, Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis, Maryland Governor Thomas Pratt, General Henry Heth, General Louis Wigfall.
This collection consists of two ledgers belonging to the partnership Ridgely and Goodwin, a letterbook belonging to the firm Goodwin and Russell, an account book which seems also to belong to Goodwin and Russell, and another account book which may or may not be related to the other two firms.