Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains receipts, bills, and accounts of George Besore, dry goods merchant of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, largely with Baltimore firms. Invoices, notes, delivery orders, receipts, and letters are all to Besore.
Collection relates mostly to the business affairs of William Cooke, as attorney and tobaco commisson merchant; about 150 letters (1785-1819); accounts; papers on the settlement of the estates of John Cooke and Mrs. William Young and John O'Donnell.
This collection contains the business records of Francis T. Null, a furniture dealer of Baltimore. Included are 10 bound volumes of accounting records, 9 small bank account books, 1 book of fabric samples, and miscellaneous papers, including letters, receipted bills, insurance policies, and publications, circa 1899-1950.
Daybook of Timothy Kirk, 1797, and some letters, Day books of Wm. Kirk, for 1807,1808,1811, Account books of Baltimore Lumber company, 1811; Norris & Chriswell's; York Haven company; Canal book for 1897; Distillery Receipt book, 1811. Business correspondence and various accounts. Kirk's account with U.S. for civilizing Indians in Ohio country, Correspondence with Kirk and Secretary of War Dearborn, Charter of Ohio Land Co., proposed by Wm. Kirk.