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This ledger book has accounts of customers and shows the prices of vinegar, boots, shirts, cloth, coffee, hats, buttons, whiskey, tobacco, flour, tin buckets, and other items.
The ledger has accounts of customers at the store and includes prices of cigars, crackers, calico, wine and other items. It is bound with Richard Parmalee's District Clerk's fee book (1839-1850).
This collection contains personal letters between Mary Watt and her brother Thomas Kerr as well as between Andrew Watt and his aunt. There are also Dr. Watt’s copies of prescriptions and receipts for the treatment of various patients. There are numerous business receipts and ledgers from Andrew Watt’s business dealings as well as tax documents.