Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Overview: Records of a cotton commission firm of New Orleans, mainly correspondence with treasurers of New England cotton mills.
Scope and Contents: Although there is a ledger for the years 1875-1876, the records date chiefly from 1900-1940. The collection includes cash books, invoice books, sales books, freight and expense books, check registers, inventory records, and miscellaneous account books. The firm engaged also in the making and canning of mince meat, and a subsidiary, Delano Potter and Company, packaged and distributed spices under the Three Crows label. A cash book of the Rockland Dry Goods Company, 1903-1905, is also in the...
Scope and Contents: The records of P. T. Berry and Son document the day-to-day financial activities of a wholesale general merchandise business in Georgetown, District of Columbia from 1841 to 1878. Included are letters sent and received, promissory notes, bills, receipts, authorizations, deeds, vouchers, accounts, drafts, freight bills, accounts of sales, bills of lading, statements, orders, bank deposit books, drafts, insurance, telegrams, charter party, day books, journals, ledgers, and a cash book. There is...