Ledgers and account books
Found in 117 Collections and/or Records:
Sevier County, Tenn. store ledger, Boyd’s Creek? (1850-1887)1 manuscript volume missing front and back cover and some pages, some pages torn.
Smith Drugstore account book [Rutledge, Tenn.] , ca. 1911-14, and copy photograph of Clyde E. Smith , ca. 1930s, 8" x 10" black & white.
Account book for the Smith drugstore [Rutledge, Tenn.], ca. 1911-1914. 1 vol. (poor condition, loose pages, index at front is damaged). + copy photograph of Clyde E. Smith standing in drugstore, ca. 1930s, 8" x 10" black & white. 1 pc.
Southern Railroad Workmen’s Time Books kept by James Alexander “Tobe” Cansler, 1902-1949. (Gift of Janice L. Parton).
Small ledgers containing Southern Railroad Workmen’s Time Books kept by James Alexander “Tobe” Cansler (of Midway, Greene County, Tenn), 1902-1920 + transcription by Janice L. Parton.
Southwest Point garrison accounts, 1798-1805, with 1807 inventory of Major William Peters' estate. Typescript made in 1936 by Mrs. William J. Smith from original manuscript. In account with Saml. C. Hall. Hall & Smith (Kingston, Tenn.). TS 27 pp.
Four store account books from the collection of Joseph Franklin Taylor and Anne Harrison Taylor. 1. 1848 store ledger (6.5"x15.5") 2. 1878 store ledger (4"x11.5") 3. 1879 store ledger (4"x11.5") 4. 1880 day book (4"x12.5") Includes a brown piece of paper "Old account books property of Mrs. Feamster Taylor, Morristown, Tenn. 1973"
Strong Kennedy Farm and Dora Kennedy School records, 1901-1940. Gift of Diana Watkins. (account books).
Records of the Dora Kennedy School and farm account books of the Strong Kennedy farm, 1901-1940. Knox County, Tenn.
Fragment of a day book from Tazewell, December 23, 1852-January 14, 1853. Pp. 1071-1086. May have been kept by Hugh Graham (and may go with a ledger already in possession of the McClung Collection). AD 16 pp.
Account book of Thomas A. R. Nelson (1812-1873), 1848-1853, 1854, 1855. Jonesboro, Tenn. Includes money owed, money paid, articles of agreement with various individuals, accounts. 1 vol.
Thomas Edward Roach Collection - Shields Papers (Shields and Lea family manuscripts, account books). Gift of Gracie Beatrice Jarnagin.
Unaka Springs Hotel Account Book The hotel was a mineral springs hotel in Blount County, Tenn. There are 4 account books covering the years 1893-1898, 1899-1909, 1909-1911, 1912-1924. The hotel records were kept by Arthur V. Deaderick, grandfather of the donor. Gift of Mary Deaderick (Mrs. Tom Rankin) Duncan.
V. C. Allen (Allin?) legal account book, 1869-1871, 1873, 1877. [Rhea County, Tenn.]. 1 volume. Lists money owed and legal services performed. Includes several newspaper clippings glued onto pages.
W. H. and J. T. Moffett Papers. New Market, Tenn. 1830s-1880s (Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John Armistead) (Account books).
W. R. Furr Palace Bar, Newport, Tenn., account book (1894-1895) Advertising flyer in front of volume “W. R. Furr Palace Bar, Domestic and Imported Wines, Fine Whiskies, Brandies, and Cigars, Newport, Tenn.”
Framed items from W.W. Woodruff Hardware Company and account books (“Receivable”, 1905-1943) (Payable, 1907-1935), and Weekly Time Books, 1907-1935.
From the Will A. McTeer material: one volume labeled “Rents.”; Records of personal and business transactions, 1881-1909. 3 volumes.; McTeer, Pride & Henry Law Firm account book, 1855-1859. 1 volume.
Poems written in shorthand by Professor William Bolivar Smith (teacher and singing master, related to Governor Brown). Date in front of volume is 1861. Poems translated in 1935 by W. B. Smith’s granddaughter Mrs. Florence Corbett of Knoxville. Volume also contains diary entries for 1858; misc. accounts, ca. 1860-1861, and at back of volume, accounts, 1870-1871.
William Burnett’s book, 1860s-1903, most entries in 1880s. Identified by donor as from Union County, Tenn. Includes handwriting practice and rules; accounts; physician’s records in 1890s. Binding is loose.
Journal of William Swan, Knoxville, March 16, 1840-December 31, 1846. Includes personal, family, business, and farm information. Cover loose and received with tape on the spine. 1 volume.
Scrapbook of Mrs. Nelle Potts Cates (or Cate) (1901-1980) made the scrapbook during World War I, using her father's ledger to make her scrapbook. Her father, A. J. Potts, was tax assessor for Knoxville and some of the ledger pages can be seen, ca. 1906. Donor and her sister, Jean Cates of Cleveland, Tenn., are the daughters of Mrs. Cates. Transferred from ETHS. Gift of Mrs. William C. Hunter.