Business records -- Texas, East
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Correspondence, field notes, deeds, receipts, contracts, and promissory notes of Barret. Includes material on the Angelina River clearance and the Confederacy and Reconstruction, the personal papers of T. Jeff and Amanda Johnson and business records of the Melrose Petroleum Oil Company (1845-1914).
Scope and Contents The McFarland-Russell family papers consist of personal and business correspondence, legal and business papers, Confederacy related items, materials related to the history of Orange, Texas, and a large amount of material of personal and genealogical interest produced and collected by members of these two East Texas families.
Scope and Contents Correspondence, minute book of Board of Directors and Stockholders meetings (1905-1930), payroll records, newspaper clippings, annual reports and financial ledgers
Scope and Contents Most of the collection consists of routine correspondence for both John B. McGee, chief clerk at Deweyville mill and Cecil Smith, manager of the Deweyville mill for the year 1940, as well as others. There are also pamphlets, applications, inventories, lists and miscellaneous business records.
Scope and Contents Accounts of customers at the store with prices of cigars, crackers, calico, wine and other items. Bound with Richard Parmalee's District Clerk's fee book (1839-1850). Typescript of account book in Blake Papers, A-7, Box 3, Folder 2.
Scope and Contents A collection of ledgers showing day-to-day activity in this former Shelby County hardware and furniture store founded by W. W. Payne and his son R. J. Payne. This collection includes customer accounts, inventories and invoices from Payne & Payne's suppliers. These records give a detailed picture of the type of merchandise sold by Payne & Payne from 1915 through 1950, and 1987-1991.