Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Contains correspondence, legal documents, and financial records of the Acosta, Moulton, and Ridgely families, as well as many other associated Maryland families.
This collection consists of personal papers belonging to the Atkinson and Smith families as well as business papers related to the Baltimore Chemical Works, a firm operated from 1833-1851 by James E. Atkinson (d. 1851) and his brother-in-law, Robert Marsh Smith (1813-1893).
Merchants' day book recording sales of clothes, staple foods, and general merchandise. Some customers include: James Buchanan, Patrick Finnigan, Lyde Goodwin, Samuel Handy, John Hooper, Matthew Pawson and Co., Ridgely Lux and Co., Jonathan Rutter, and Henry Wilson.
Ledger of Baltimore merchant tailor firm in which J. J. Bunting and Lloyd G. Ridgely were partners; shows clothing supplied various persons, esp. uniforms for officers and members of military organizations.
This collection consists of a xerox copy of a diary attributed to Henry Moore, a Baltimore merchant. The diary covers the period 1807-1809, and records his trip from Baltimore to Knoxville, Tennesse to establish a business.