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Jim Thompson Photographs ledgers account books, daily cash books.
John C. Tate and Company account books (Panther Springs, Tenn.) Four volumes of account books: 1852-1859, 1859-1862, 1859-1866, 1867-1870
36 paperback store ledgers 1900-1918 + loading receipt book 1914; hardback ledgers for 1898, 1901, 1909, 1916, 1901-1916, 1922 Fry post office (1882-1901) postal account book, voter registration receipts, 1909-1911, Kepler post office (1894-1903), 30 black-and-white photographs of the Kepler community Fry post office discontinued 1901 moved to Kepler; Kepler discontinued in 1903 moved to Persia
Knox County Highway Department and Workhouse purchase journal, 1938-1940 . 1 vol. (oversize).
Knox County Poor Asylum Purchase Record, July 1915-January 1924. Monthly record. 1 oversize volume. Loose papers removed from volume include: envelope with stamp from B. L. Johnson & Co. Confectioners, Knoxville, Tenn. 1921; letterhead from Deaver Dry Goods Company, Knoxville, Tenn. 1922. 1 pc.; letterheads from C. W. Henderson Company, Wholesalers, Knoxville, Tenn. 1923. 2 pcs.
Knoxville and Ohio Railway ledgers, 1891-1892.
Account of the subscribers the Knoxville Library Company and collected by Ro. King, treasurer. 1817-1824. 1 vol.
One volume ‘Leather & Harness Firm Credit Book, 1841-1843.’ [Knoxville, Tenn]. (notes in Miss Laura Luttrell’s handwriting). Entries from January 1, 1841-December 30, 1843. Include entries for skins and hides (calfskin, deer hides) in many entries. Loose account page and several signed notes for George M. White with Wm. R. Caswell and Charles R. Roberts.
Loudon County and Monroe County pocket ledger books, Jos. Perkins and James Mahoney - items bought and sold, labor performed, and labor received. Calligraphy lesson in middle of one book.
Correspondence of three generations of the Charlton, Mabry, and Hazen families, Knoxville. 1832, 1854-1940. Also included are business papers, scrapbooks, and ledgers. A supplemental accession was made by Ronald R. Allen on December 30, 1993, which was incorporated into the collection.
[Daniel] McCallum and Bowen Account Book and List of Knox County voters, 1865-1866. Both manuscripts recorded in one volume
2 ledgers from Pigeon Forge, Tennessee where the Trotters and Wynnes lived. Ashley Wynne Trotter married Julia Belle Wynne. He was a dentist in Sevierville. They lived on Middle Creek Rd. and are buried in Middle Creek Cemetery. The first ledger is a general store ledger for Pigeon Forge, dated 1876-1877. The second is a ledger for the Union Sunday School Pigeon Forge, dated 1878-1882.
Seven account books, 1926-1945, from Naveh Cottage (also known as the Home for Friendless Babies), 2236 Woodbine Ave., Knoxville. Includes: receipts and expenses, non-cash donations, laundries, some notes on girls at Naveh Cottage, and teachers. Also: Purpose of the Naveh Cottage Board, n.d. (1 p.) + Octavia B. Phillips’ poem, “The Broken String,” 1938 (1 p.).
New Market Store Ledger, May 6, 1856-October 31, .1857. Possibly from the store Gen. William Brazelton (1792-1877) and his partner William Moffett operated in New Market
1817-1899 papers of the Noe family, Grainger County, Tenn, + the Howell and Carmichael families. Mostly land transactions, Grainger County, Tenn.; papers from the Howell estate, ca. 1845; 1872 building bond to construct Macedonia Baptist Church; Jonathan Noe’s account book, 1827-1877; Carmichael, Howell, and Purkey genealogy Five land grants, 1795-1827. To Elijah Danthin, William Maclin, Abraham Spoon, Joseph Noe, and Charles Brooks. (Some are damaged)
The Paul Fink Collection contains primarily Washington Co., Tenn., manuscripts and legal records, ca. 1781-1931. Papers are arranged in two sections: chronologically, 1871-1931 (13 boxes); or by “Separate Files” for legal cases too large to be interfiled by date. There are also some subject files and account books. Many folders have detailed contents lists (handwritten) at the front of the folder. The detailed card index (4 boxes) should be consulted.
Record of special taxes assessed in the Second District, State of Tennessee. 1866-1868. 1 volume. Lists taxes places on businesses, with date, name, business name, location, and rate and amount of tax. (Pages half torn out at back of volume).
Red Cedar Marble Company account book, 1884. Concord, Knox County, Tenn. 1 vol. Pp. 3-4 notes about company, October 22 & November 18, 1884. Remainder of volume is blank.
Red Food No. 2k Knoxville, Tenn., Receipts and Account Book (1944-1947)
Hawkins Co., Tenn. papers of the Cockreham and Horner families. Includes account books, ledgers receipts, estate settlement documents, etc. Ca. 1820s-1870s, 1903. Also included: Cheek’s X Roads (Cross Roads) day book, 1826-1827; stallion license, 1841; Hawkins Co., Tenn. warrants, bills of cost, 1841-1845; five leather cases (wallets).
Includes an account book from a store near the Devil’s Nose, Hawkins County, Tenn., 1855-1859 and also a journal of preaching at various places in the are beginning 1861. Two unidentified large photographs (16 x 20) of elderly men.
Samuel Shields store ledger, Shields Station, Blaine Tennessee, 1834. It covers the period January 1, 1834-May 13, 1834. It is one unlined and handwritten ledger with a listing of items purchased by individuals during that period. It is a dry goods store ledger and items recorded include coffee, cloth, liquor and other goods. It includes the buyers' names and the goods purchased. One volume.
Samuel Wolff Ledger, Sept. 1840-1847, McMinn County, Tenn.