A. and G. A. Kendall and Company account book
Scope and Contents
This is an account book of transactions made from various firms in England, Scotland, Italy, and France with invoices of shipments to the United States. The firm imported dry goods such as broadcloth, silk, satin, velvet, and buttons. The account book was kept by Frederick A. Whitwell, a buyer for the dry goods and woolen importing and jobbing firm of A. & G.A. Kendall & Co. of Boston. The firm was located at 3 and 4 Pearl Street in Boston.
- Whitwell, Frederick Augustus (1820-) (Person)
Language of Materials
Materials entirely in Enlish.
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Extent.25 linear feet (1 volume)
Biographical / Historical
A. & G.A. Kendall and Company was a Boston, Massachusetts based textile and dry goods importing and jobbing firm. The company was a partnership between brothers Abel Kendall, Jr. and George A. Kendall. Frederick Augustus Whitwell served as a clerk between 1841 and 1843.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Mary Otis, 1961.
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