B. Business & Organizational Collection
Found in 148 Collections and/or Records:
The collection is filled with accounting ledger, personal information and a few diary entries. About half the ledgers are accounts both settled and unsettled. There are also ledgers that contain orders that had yet to be filled. James Cartwright chronicled business matters in his ledgers.
Founded in 1866 and incorporated in 1893 Center, Texas is the county seat of Shelby County. The register is dated August 18-20, 1966 and is from the Center, Texas Centennial Celebration. It contains approximately 1,100 names.
This collection contains three items. Two day log books for the store, which detail transactions from October 1872 to January 1874. The third item is a note book with notes on a few legal cases dating from 1871.
This collection includes correspondence, Constitution, By-laws, certificates, membership applications, Annual Tour of Homes information, and other materials related to the Chapter. Genealogical and biographical information are also included.
The collection consists of the daybooks, also called yearbooks, of the four different Funeral Homes mentioned above. Included in the books were notations of ambulance trips made to transport sick people from home to the hospital and back, of funeral and memorial services held, and of other business related activities.
The collection contains the official records of the Club including the constitution, by-laws, correspondence, minute books, and treasurer's book as well as newspaper clippings, yearbooks, and scrapbooks. Additions to the collection are anticipated.
This collection consists of newsletters, yearbooks, newspaper articles, a scrapbook, some photographs, and miscellaneous other documents about the Deep East Texas Region of the AACA. There are materials about its predecessor, the Nacogdoches Antiques Auto Club, in the collection. "The Dashboard" newsletter has a wealth of information about the activities and membership of the club.
Transcripts of court reportings. Most transcripts are from Angelina County, Texas. The most prominent cases are #24,654 Angelina Hardwood Lumber vs Prairie Producing Co. and #23,529 E. B. Kendrix vs Southern Pacific Transportation Company.