Business records -- Texas -- Nacogdoches
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Correspondence, invoices, tax receipts, field notes, deeds, powers of attorney, and other legal documents, Confederate warrants, notes, and orders for food to be supplied to Confederate soldiers' families, and genealogical material on the Taylor and Ruoff (Ruff, Roff) families of Nacogdoches.
Scope and Contents The Rowlett Store Ledger contains customer account records from 1869 to 1873. The handwriting is very difficult to decipher in places, but some of the names mentioned in the ledger include B. A. Rowlett, W. E. Rowlett, James Swain, Sam Davis, Alford Arnold, Peter Lockett, Sam Atkinson, Nathan Hearns, Jesse Morse, J. G. Steele, Lemuel Campbell, and Gabe and Aaron Collins. Recipes and drafts or copies of letters are recorded on some pages of the ledger. The ledger also contains family records of...
Scope and Contents Correspondence of Wright, Chairman of the Board of Texas Farm Products Company, with prominent public officials; material relating to the Federal Reserve System; genealogical material on Adams and Wright families; and items pertaining to Texas Farm Products Company, Nacogdoches.
Scope and Contents Nacogdoches company founded in 1930, by M. S. Wright, Texas Farm Products was built as a fertilizer and feed manufacturing company. Collection includes an almanac, photographs, calendar, newsletters, and newspaper clippings about the company