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Business records

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Thomas Hottel Gist Plantation and Business Records

Identifier: MS G44 79B
Scope and Content Note Correspondence, ledgers, journals, daybooks, receipts, invoices, statements of account, certificates and other records, 1897-1959, created or received by cotton planter Thomas Hottel Gist; by planter, realtor, and merchant John Petty Moore; by attorney Jesse Boomer Daggett; or by attorney Charles Ebenezer Daggett, and pertaining to: various aspects of the operation and management of Gist's plantation in Phillips County (1921-1937) and in Lee County, Arkansas (1937-1959), especially as...
Dates: 1897-1959

Henry & Cunningham (Van Buren, Ark.) Journal

Identifier: MS H396a
Scope and Content Note

Daily sales journal of general merchants (John Henry and Edward Cunningham of Van Buren, Ark. ) for period March 3, 1853- February 25, 1856.

Dates: 1853-1856

John O'Neill Receipts and Invoices

Identifier: MS J68
Scope and Content Note

Financial records dated 1831, 1848, 1851, 1853, and 1859, relating principally to the commercial affairs of John O'Neill, merchant in Camden, Arkansas. 5 items.

Dates: 1831-1859

O'Shea and Hinch Daybook

Identifier: MS qL58.F77 2
Scope and Content Note

Daily sales journal, February to May, 1893, of the firm of O'Shea and Hinch, Fort Smith, Arkansas merchants dealing in groceries, grains, and feed.

Dates: 1893

United States National Park Service Business Records of Hot Springs, Arkansas Bathhouses

Identifier: MS Un3nps 367
Scope and Content Note Correspondence, memoranda, reports, payrolls, contracts, charts, certificates, tax returns, invoices, financial statements, architectural drawings, personnel files, bulletins, registers, minutes of meetings, printed advertising and promotional materials, and other records documenting the management, maintenance, operation, business and financial affairs, personnel administration, and patron relations of three of the larger and more popular former establishments of Hot Springs' celebrated...
Dates: 1903-1975; Majority of material found within 1925-1969