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Select records of New York Life Insurance and Trust Company, chartered in 1830.
Papers relating to both the Ames family and their involvement in the Union Pacific Railroad, 1861-1969. The material was gathered by Charles E. Ames in writing his book, "Pioneering the Union Pacific" (Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1969).
The records of the Peace Dale Manufacturing Company, a large textile empire located in Peace Dale, Rhode Island owned and operated by five generations of the Hazard family.
Multiple collections of records of banks in New England and New York, 1803-1915.
Artificial collection containing records of customs houses, toll collectors and the U.S. Treasury Department, 1789-1870.
Multiple collections or records of general stores of Maine, 1811-1873.
Multiple collections containing records of general stores in Massachusetts, 1804-1875.
Records of general stores in New Hampshire and Vermont, 1824-1886.
Records of men and firms engaged in building construction in New York and New England, 1820-1876.
Correspondence, papers, diaries, and financial records kept by the Ropes family members of Salem, Massachusetts, 1785-circa 1960.
Ships' papers, correspondence and financial and legal records pertaining to commission merchant S. Griffitts Morgan of New Bedford, Mass., 1841-1865.
Records of the Salem Iron Factory Company, 1797-1832, consisting of waste-books, account books, a cash book, memorandum book, and correspondence, used by the company between 1797 and 1799. The bulk of the second waste-book pertains to the administration of Nathan Read's estate and business activities in Belfast, Maine, between 1824 and 1832.
Included is a ledger and index with entries for 1842 kept by Silas Perry, a blacksmith from Hardwick, Massachusetts.
Samuel Slater (1768-1835) and his partners established the first cotton mill in the United States in 1791 in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Later, Samuel Slater, his brother, and their children established a series of cotton and woolen mills in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut. The collection includes general accounting records, production records, and letters representing Slater family interests, mainly in textile manufacturing.
Smith & Winchester Manufacturing Co. was a papermaking machinery manufacturer based in South Windham, Connecticut. The collection includes records, photographs, and memorabilia documenting the financial, manufacturing, administrative, corporate, and commercial history of the company, its predecessors, and firms it acquired.
The Stetson family of Bangor, Maine, were general merchants, shippers, dealers in lumber, agents for timber land, and bankers.
Records of the Suffolk Bank of Boston, Mass., 1818-1904.
Records of Lowell, Mass. cotton manufacture Tremont & Suffolk Mills.
Financial records, administrative material, letter books and photographs of the Massachusetts logging company Turners Falls Lumber Company, 1872-1908.
Records of the Massachusetts based chocolate manufacturer Walter Baker & Company.
Records of watch manufacturer Waltham Watch Company of Waltham, Mass., founded in 1850.
Records of Wilder and Estabrook of Boston, Mass., a firm that imported and sold tobacco and cigars from Cuba and also manufactured cigars domestically, 1852-1879. Also includes personal papers of Charles W. Wilder relating to other business ventures.
The business records of Boston, Massachusetts shipping merchant William Appleton and Company and successor firm Samuel Hooper and Company, 1813-1889.