Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains 5 vols. of company financial records: account books, time records and payroll, mine earnings; miscellaneous receipts; canceled checks; assay statements; memoranda for gold bullion deposited at the U.S. Mint in Denver.
Collection contains farm records of income and expenses (2 volumes and 14 items).
Collection contains an account book; includes entries under: Silver Spring Mining Company, 1864-1866.
Collection contains financial journal of the company. Headquarters, Central City, Colo.
Collection contains mMine and mill accounts for property in Gilpin County, Colo. May 1899-Feb. 1892.
Collection contains treasurer's account of receipts and expenditures.
Collection contains 18 account books (1868-1948) from unidentified Central City, Colo. stores and businesses (1868-1948); includeds some loose legal documents, bills and receipts.
Collection contains the treasurer's cash book with lodge records of receipts and expenditures.
Collection contains the accounts from the McShane Merchandise Company for goods and repairing, and account book.
Collection contains a Japanese letter copying book (1881 October 27-1882 August 5) with copies of letters from Dewar to other Yellowstone division engineers concerning railroad construction. Letters posted from the Montana Territory. This portion of collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm110).
Collection contains a daily account books documenting sales at the store.
Collection contains a grocery book listing purchases and costs of items in account to grocer Sherman McCallister (1903-1906).
Collection contains a single ledger with records of income, expenses, assessments (1912).
Collection contains day book with expenses and monies paid out and entries documenting daily operations of the mill (1861-1864).
Collections contains a daybook documenting accounts of business at Fairplay, Colo. dealing mainly in stationery and periodicals.
Collection includes 2 volumes: cash book (1901 Dec.-1905 Dec.) and ledger (1901 Dec.-1904 Nov.) for various accounts related to supplies, lumber, hauling, ore, tailings, milling, taxes and insurance.
Collection contains 4 ledgers with original entries of daily transactions for Manville's hardware store. Also sold some grocery items. Entries incomplete for some months.
Collection contains a single account book of business partners: J.W. Ford and G.W. Baker; later of Ford, Baker, and Hugo Smith.
Collection contains the treasurer's account book (1874-1893) for the Grace Protestant Episcopal Church, Georgetown, Colorado.
Collection contains an account book of Consolidated Gregory Company and Chatham National Bank kept by Harrington.
Collection contains a record book of undertaking business lists names of persons buried, remarks and costs, cemetery lists, smallpox list for the year 1877, also lists total number of deaths 1874-1913.
Collection contains a record book with ore received and milled, milling charges and payment.
Collection contains a diary with a list of income and expenses; includes description of a trip May 2-16, 1872 from Fairfield, Iowa to San Francisco, Calif. by train and on to Portland, Or. by boat.
Collection contains an account book (October 1, 1898-December 31, 1901).
Collection contains a "Ranch account book." Many entries with J.E. White headed "Gifford & White."
Collection contains an account book for J. D. Winters documenting merchandies purchased by a number of commerial organizations and individuals; many entries in account with William Newton Byers, founder and editor of the Rocky Mountain News.
Collection contains payroll, general expenses, assessments, list of shareholders.
Collection contains an account book dated Oct. 24, 1862, to June 22, 1866. Also includes records of Southern Overland Mail and Express Co. (Feb 15 to May 31, 1869) and J.M. Shaw Express Line (June 7, 1869 to June 22, 1870). Ledger lists names, destinations, and charges. Shipping was done primarily along the Santa Fe Trail.
Collection contains account book for the mine, especially representing investment of John R. Berryman, Elias Goldman and associates.
Collection contains financial record books.