Business records -- Arkansas
Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
The ledger of J. L. Cravens and Pressley Smith general store in Fayetteville, Arkansas, contains handwritten business transaction entries as well as an alphabetically arranged name index of customers/clients, from 1872 to 1875.
Records of a general retail merchant in Alma, Arkansas, including four ledgers, one account book, one daybook, a record of property mortgaged for supplies, and two indexes to the ledgers. The records for the period 1912 to June 13, 1918 are those of the firm of Cravens and Boren, Merchants, in which Cravens was associated with James B. Boren.
Record book containing stockholders meeting minutes for Foster Hardware Company of Little Rock, Arkansas. Participants mentioned include W. C. Foster, Frank B. Gregg, and A. E. Moran. Also included are several related insertions within the minute book, including legal correspondence, a financial statement, and a resolution.
This collection is comprised of three published books and four ledgers dating from 1837 to 1897. The ledgers record financial transactions from the Funkhouser's store and transfers of land in Washington County, Arkansas.
Day books from an unidentified general store in Gentry, Arkansas. Although there is no identification on the day ledgers, they are most likely the records of the general store, furniture store, and undertaking establishment of Ray and Roy Carpenter.
The collection consists of two ledgers, a day-book, two letter-press books, an inventory, and several pages of drawings (plats)and descriptions of property that had been laid in Volume 1.
Volumes 1, 2, and 3 (two ledgers and the day-book) were given to the donor by Myrtle McIlroy in 1971.
Correspondence, statements of account, orders, receipts, bills of lading, freight bills, and other business records collected by Zillah Cross Peel and pertaining primarily to the general mercantile company of Van Buren, Arkansas known successively as Henry and Cunningham; Henry and Williams; and D. C. Williams and Co., Agents. Includes miscellaneous other business records. 33 items.
The collection consists of materials pertaining to the Johnson family of Washington County, Arkansas, and to family homes (particularly the Johnson House in Johnson, Ark.) and a family business (the Johnson Mill), as well as to Johnson Baptist Church and to local politics and elections. Materials include photographs, business records, property records, autograph books, correspondence, and clippings.
The collection contains correspondence, account ledgers, time and payroll sheets, sale invoices, a minute book, a report, picture postcards, and photographs. Most of the material relates to Edward Mays' business activities.
Daily cash journal and miscellaneous financial records book of the firm of William McIlroy and James Hayden Van Hoose, merchants, of Fayetteville, Arkansas, for the period December 1, 1874, to July 11, 1878.