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Account book (2011-100-0) of a butcher containing transactions for the years 1880 and 1881. The majority of the transactions are for meat, or other fresh food items such as oysters and onions. Each customer's account contains the dates that transactions were made, the items purchased, and the cost of each. Contains some Litchfield people. Appears to be related to account book (2011-101-0)
Account book (2011-101-0) of a butcher, contains transactions for the years 1879 and 1880. The majority of the entries are for meat, or other fresh food items such as potatoes, onions, and lard. Each customer's account contains the dates that transactions were made, the items purchased, and the cost of each. Contans Litchfield peoples names. Appears to be related to account book (2011-100-0).
Account book (2011-102-0) 1868-1872 from a business in Norfolk.
Personal account book (2011-119-0) contains entries for money lent, sent out, and brought in. The entries are organized chronologically and provide the date of the transaction, who the money was given to or taken from, what the transaction as for, and the amount of money.
Account Book (2011-120-0) for an unidentified general store from April 22, 1839 through March 25, 1840. The entries include the names with whom the transaction was made, the items purchased, the method of payment (i.e. cash), and sometimes the amount of money for each item and the total. Currently housed in 3B Box 2.
Account books (1949-40-0) contain financial and transaction records for the years 1840 through 1849 for a drugstore or dry good store. Daily business is recorded with notations of customer's names, what they purchased and the cost.
Charles Adams deeds
18 deeds related to land bought and sold by Charles Adams, members of his family, and others in Litchfield, Conn.
Charles Adams power of attorney
Charles Adams power of attorney to Warren W. Bissell regarding bonds, stock, and scrip to be issued by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company.
Elijah Adams letter
Elijah Adams, Esq. in Fishkill, New York writes to Asa Bacon, Esq. in Litchfield about a meeting at Col. Benjamin Tallmadge's house. Provides recollections about a business arrangement involving Judge Reeve, Uriel Holmes, Frederick Wolcott, Benjamin Tallmadge Ezekiel Lewis, John Landon, Aaron Smith and Julius Deming. Gives an account of attempts to collect a debt from Aaron Smith.