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Account books of printers, publishers, and engravers, New England

Collection Identifier: Mss:68 1822-1886
Scope and Contents: Accounts of Allen Danforth, Plymouth, Mass., for publishing The Old Colony Memorial, 1822-1828, including accounts of Danforth and Wells, a general store in Concord, N.H.; two cost books of the University Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1879-1880, 1886; and ledger of Seth H. Clark, an engraver of Hartford, Conn., 1838-1858.

Account books of ship chandlers, New England and New York

Collection Identifier: Mss:761 1809-1852
Scope and Contents: Daybooks of Ebenezer Thompson of Portsmouth, N.H., 1815-1821, and Schuyler Cobb and Company of Bucksport, Me., 1840-1852; and account books of unidentified ship chandlers from Newburyport, Mass., 1809-1815, and from New York City, 1811-1815.

Account books of shoemakers, Massachusetts, Vermont, and New Brunswick

Collection Identifier: Mss:641 1803-1884
Scope and Contents: Records of Chillis Fay, Charlotte, Vt. (1803-1804); unnamed, Westfield, Mass. (1803-1810); Jonas Richardson, Jr., Gardner, Mass. (1804-1815); Ebenezer Belcher, Randolph, Mass. (1808-1842); Hosea Hollis, Randolph, Mass. (1816-1843); unnamed, New Bedford, Mass. (1823-1826); John G. Farwell, Poultney, Vt. (1828-1855); John Pearson, Newbury, Mass. (1830-1841); Adoniram J. Dyer, Randolph, Mass (1832-1858); Aaron Claflin, Milford, Mass. (1839-1845); A.J.P. Martin, West Poultney, Vt. (1839-1845); ...

Account books on taxation and public welfare in New England towns

Collection Identifier: Mss:92 1658-1860
Scope and Contents: These New England town records include three treasurer's books, 1781-1860, from Rehoboth, Mass., primarily recording taxes collected; an account book, 1814-1816, of J.K. Smith, a tax collector for the third district of New Hampshire, including Amherst, Manchester and Milford, who received taxes for carriage duties, retailers' licenses, sales at auctions, and measuring stills and boilers; records, 1825-1855, of public institutions in Northfield, Vt., consisting of a record book of the Fifth...

Accounts and records of men engaged in ocean shipping

Collection Identifier: Mss:733 1803-1938
Scope and Contents: Papers of Samuel Salmond of Hanover, Mass., 1816-1853; logbook-like diary kept by Thomas M. Morgan, supercargo on the ship Neptune (R.K. Fisher, master), Philadelphia to Canton, 1817-1818; ship register from Edgartown, Mass., 1821-1844; expense records of Adam and Hugh McCulloch of Kennebunk, Me., 1822-1856; papers of Joseph C. Delano of New Bedford, 1822-1885; accounts of Samuel Varney of Salem, Mass., 1830-1847, of Charles Hitch of New Bedford, 1831-1868, and of Daniel Olney of Buenos Aires,...

Ansel Adams Harvard University honorary degree records

Collection Identifier: Mss:856 1981 A211
Content Description: The collection consists of newspaper clippings, commencement programs, photographs, and letters and telegraphs of congratualtions relating to Ansel Adams 1981 honorary degree from Harvard University, awarded at Commencement in May.

Ansel Adams recipe card

Collection Identifier: Mss:856 1970 A211
Content Description: Small wallet card with recipe for a vodka martini, carried by Ansel Adams. Used to order his favorite drink during stays at the Sonesta Hotel, Cambridge, while visiting Polaroid Corporation, circa 1970s. See Ansel Adams : a biography. Alinder, Mary Street, 1946- / 1st ed. / New York : H. Holt, 1996.

Adams family business papers

Collection Identifier: Mss:766 1837-1867 A211
Overview: Business papers of shipping and commission merchant brothers Calvin and William H. Adams of Bangor, Maine and New York City.

Adams Sugar Refinery records

Collection Identifier: Mss:424 1865-1869 A217
Overview: The Adams of Adams Sugar Refinery was Isaac Adams of Sandwich, N.H. The collection consists of 2 letter books and a journal.

Adler and Childs Department Store records

Collection Identifier: Mss:776 1933-50 A237
Overview: Partial records, gathered for a case study, of a department store in Dayton, Ohio which closed in 1950.