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Account books

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 104 Collections and/or Records:

Henry B. Graves papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 00-1971-43-0
Scope and Contents Three account books , notes, and correspondence related to the law practice of Henry B. Graves of Litchfield, Conn. The account books are currently stored in 3B Box 21.
Dates: Created: 1843-1883; Other: Date acquired: 01/08/1971

Alban Guild daybook

 Collection
Identifier: 00-1973-69-0
Abstract Daybook of Alban Guild (1973-69-0) of Milton, Conn. Includes wagon making, making coffins and cupboards, repairing plows, and other carpentry work. Currently housed in 3B Box 19.
Dates: Created: 1833-1877; Other: Date acquired: 01/09/1973

Henry H. Guild account book

 Collection
Identifier: 00-2000-04-0
Scope and Contents The Henry H. Guild account book (2000-04-0) was maintained from 1851 through 1875. The account book contains entries detailing a variety of transactions, a large majority of which relate to Mr. Guild's work as a miller and sawyer in Milton, Connecticut. Written in the front of the ledger is "Henry H. Guild's Journal Milton, Conn." Also in included in the account book are various loose receipts and other items such as a blotter sheet and calculator sheet. The item is housed in 3A Box 31.
Dates: Created: 1851-1875; Other: Date acquired: 11/30/1999

Elihu Harrison papers

 Collection
Identifier: 1953-02-0
Scope and Contents The papers of Elihu Harrison (1797-1855) consist primarily of his business papers including bills, accounts, receipts, and orders. Elihu Harrison was a storekeeper and business man in Litchfield, first in the South Farms section (now the town of Morris) and later, about 1825, in the center of Litchfield. From the goods he purchased from wholesale merchants in New Haven and New York, it is evident that he ran a general store, selling a variety of dry goods, hardware, and groceries. The business...
Dates: Created: 1812-1848; Other: Date acquired: 11/03/1954

Norman B. Kilborn account books

 Collection
Identifier: 00-1956-34-0
Scope and Contents Three account book/ledgers (1956-34-0) kept by Norman B. Kilborn, a shoemaker in Bantam Falls, also known as Bradleyville, between 1811 and 1867. Preliminary index for all 3 ledgers, typed in May 2014, included. Currently housed in 3B Box 54.
Dates: Created: 1811-1867; Other: Date acquired: 01/03/1956

Landon family account book

 Collection
Identifier: 00-2013-142-0
Scope and Contents Landon family account book (2013-142-0) includes the names of Daniel Landon, Nathan Landon, and Oliver Landon. Inside the front cover is inscribed "Daniel Landons book, Litchfield, 1775" followed by the signatures of Nathan and Oliver Landon. Accounts include farm products, coopering, mill building, blacksmithing and work at a saw mill and grist mill. Currently house in 3B Box 110.
Dates: Created: 1773-1791

Library Accounts

 Collection
Identifier: 2011-74-0
Scope and Contents An account  book detailing money recieved and spent by the library from 1771-1778. Mostly, the item describes money spent purchasing items or paying employees as well as money recieved from donations.
Dates: Created: 1771-1778; Other: Date acquired: 06/06/2011

Litchfield Female Academy collection

 Collection
Identifier: 1890-07-2
Scope and Contents This collection documents the history of The Litchfield Female Academy, Litchfield, Connecticut. Early records refer to the Academy as Miss Pierce's School, Miss Pierce's Academy, and Sarah Pierce's Academy. In the collection are institutional records; correspondence, diaries, journals, school notebooks, and albums of students; papers of Sarah Pierce and the Pierce family; and correspondence of Emily Noyes Vanderpoel regarding her research for her books "Chronicles of a Pioneer School, from...
Dates: Created: 1787-1927; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1890

"Litchfield Hill" from Harper's New Monthly Magazine

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 00-2013-112-0
Scope and Contents "Litchfield Hill," is an article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 2013-112-0, about the town of Litchfield during the Revolutionary War and some of its most famous residents from the later 18th and early 19th centuries: Tapping Reeve, Sarah Pierce, Oliver Wolcott, James Gould, and Benjamin Tallmadge.
Dates: Created: no date

The Litchfield Republican records

 Collection
Identifier: 00-1952-39-0
Scope and Contents The Litchfield Republican records (1952-39-0) include a Day book, 1850-1853 for accounts of subscribers; a cash book for 1853-1854 for all monies received with names of subscribers; and a subscription list for the newspaper in Litchfield county towns. Currently housed in 3B Box 60.
Dates: Created: 1850-1854; Other: Date acquired: 10/04/1953