Found in 114 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains receipted bills, canceled checks and bills concerning the Hallowell Farm in Montgomery County, Maryland. There are also bills with prices for early telephone service, carpet weaving, carriage construction, livestock, farm supplies, food, lumber and milled flour.
This collection includes minutes (1911-53), correspondence (1920-45), financial records (1922; 1937-57), song lyrics, and minutes of the Harmonie Building Society, Harmonie Singing Society, and Harmonie Schutzen Verein.
This collection consists of ledgers, receipt books, and an engraved stationary sample book of Harry S. Scott, Inc., which was a printing and engraving company based in Baltimore, Maryland and the successors to John S. Bridges and Company.
This collection consists of business journals of Harry S. Scott, Inc., Printers and Engravers of Baltimore, Maryland. The journals contain records of items with prices, purchased chiefly by Baltimore-based customers.
This collection contains the personal financial journals of Henry Clay Preston, 1917-1957 (3 volumes). The collection also includes Clay's marriage certificate and patents for machine tools invented or improvements by Preston.
The collection is made up of two principal series: the papers of Clement Hill, 1683 to 1819, and the business accounts of Clement Hill, 1701 to 1823. Also contained within the collection are land survey books dating from 1670 to 1715, mostly relating to Clement Hill, Sr. The bulk dates for both the papers and the accounts are between about 1760 to 1785. Gaps exist both before and after these dates.
This collection consists of correspondence, subject files, minutes, and account books from this Baltimore, Maryland department store. Records detail construction, employee policies, promotional activities, and store sales and profits, 1896-1981.