Found in 81 Collections and/or Records:
Anonymous account book
Anonymous account book (2011-102-0) covers the yeras 1868 through 1872. The ledger does not indicate who maintained the financial records, or for what. It is noted that the book was kept in Norfolk. The item is housed in 3B Box 15.
Anonymous account books
Anonymous account books (1949-40-0) contains financial and transaction records for the years 1840 through 1849. The seven small folios contain daily transactions for a drugstore or dry good store. Daily business is recorded with notations of customer's names, what they purchased and the cost. The items are housed in 3B Box 1.
Anonymous day book
Anonymous day book (2011-94-0) records daily dry goods purchases for the year 1861 and 1862. Each day includes a listing of customers for the day and what they purchased. As well as the cost of the goods. The creator of the book and the store are unknown. The item is housed in 3B Box 15.
Armstrong family papers
George N. Baldwin account book
The George N. Baldwin account book (2011-105-0) was maintained by Baldwin in 1875 and 1876. The small book records items bought for the Litchfield County Jail from A.S. Wright and Company.
Bantam Episcopal Society records
The Bantam Episcopal Society Records (1971-78-23) is a collection of records from 1796 through 1797. There are seven items in this collection. Six of the items are records of subscribers, records of meetings, or contracts. The last item is an assortment of miscellaneous small receipts and similar records. All these items relate to the building of a church in Bantam, Connecticut by the Bantam Episcopal Society which is also known as the West Episcopal Society.
A.B. and T.G. Beach account book
The A.B. and T.G. Beach account book (1970-89-0) was maintained between the years 1872 and 1896. The front half of the ledger contains records of marriages and death's. The back half of the book contains records of estate auctions. The item is boused in 3B Box 9.
Beckwith family papers
Beebe family papers
John Bishop account book
The John Bishop account book (1973-64-0) was maintained in 1900 by John Bishop. The account book records his purchases made at the dry goods and grocery store owned by Frank E. Hull in New Haven, Connecticut. Items purchased are noted along with their price, and on what day the transaction took place.