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Financial statements

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 114 Collections and/or Records:

Hoopper account books

Identifier: MS 2669

The Hoopper account books are two volumes that contain information on S. Steuart Hoopper's salary and investment income and detailed monthly expenditures for rent, food, clothing, utilities and fuel, medicine, trips, and other topics. Of particular note are Hoopper's wedding expenses in 1910, Christmas gift lists, and fees for his daughter's tonsillectomy from 1919.

Dates: 1908-1935

Hoyt collection of Ridgely papers

Identifier: MS 2891

This collection consists of papers of various members of the Ridgley Family and related families including the Gough, Howard, Hoyt, and Yeaton families. There are also bills and receipts for the Hampton house, the Ridgley family estate. Among the materials are the papers of Family members including Captain Charles Ridgely (1733-1790), John Ridgely (1792 – 1867), Charles Ridgely (1830 – 1872), and Helen West Stewart Ridgely (1854 – 1929).

Dates: 1716-1970

Hutzler Brothers Company papers

Identifier: MS 2746
Abstract This collection consists of papers concerning the Hutzler Brothers Company of Baltimore, Maryland. The collection consists of Hutzler Brothers Company corporate minutes, 1908-1989, Fixtures Inc. corporate minutes, 1956-71, retirement committee minutes, 1944-1975, and profit-sharing committee minutes, 1960-1967; condensed corporation balance sheets, 1914-1925, and operating statements, 1919-1976; memos and correspondence; employee records, such as training manuals, general rule books, class...
Dates: 1880-1989

Israel Fielder papers

Identifier: MS 0488

The Israel Fielder papers contain business and financial papers from Fielder Israel, John Robert and Thomas B. Israel, respectively, correspondence, and church records. These materials are dated between 1790 and 1916.

Dates: 1790-1916

J. Alexis Shriver papers

Identifier: MS 0963

The papers of J. Alexis Shriver (1872-1951) are contained in 17 boxes and number approximately 3,000 items. Shriver was a business administrator, public celebrations organizer, local history buff, and collector of manuscripts. The latter three aspects of his life are represented best in this collection, which spans the years 1790 to 1945.

Dates: 1790-1945

James Howard McHenry papers

Identifier: MS 0544

This collection contains the James Howard McHenry papers, dated 1810-1885. The vast majority of the collection is composed of family and business correspondence, but there are also scrapbooks, clippings, and ledgers.

Dates: 1810-1885

Jessop family papers

Identifier: MS 2345

This collection contains the papers of the Jessop Family, farmers and landowners of Baltimore County, mostly concerning property, legal and financial matters.

Dates: 1744 - 1926

John Campbell White papers

Identifier: MS 1005
Abstract The John Campbell White papers are a collection of correspondence, legal documents, financial documents, the Second Bank of the United States documents, John Campbell White & Sons Distillery papers, genealogical material related to the White, Buckler, Dorsey, Eichelberger, and Lyde families, a travel journal, poetry, copies of medical articles, maps and charts, printed ephemera, scrapbooks and scrapbook material, and commonplace books. The entire collection is arranged chronologically,...
Dates: 1772-1926

John Upshur Dennis papers

Identifier: MS 2677

This collection contains the law school notes and incoming correspondence of Baltimore attorney, John Upshur Dennis (1846-1916). Letters discuss legal cases, leisurely activities, and news of family members in Richmond, Virginia and Somerset County, Maryland. Also included in the collection are materials such as business papers and incoming correspondence of his father, George Robertson Dennis (1822-1882), a United States Senator.

Dates: 1851-1888

Kemp family manuscript collection

Identifier: MS 3181

This collection contains the correspondence and financial, legal, and genealogical records of the Kemp family, especially that of Thomas and John W. Kemp.

Dates: 1732 - 2004