Ledgers (account books)
Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains a folder with 11 letters (letters were attempts to collect debts owed to the estate of Captain Bean, who had recently died) addressed to Edwin W. Burton, Esq., a Gunnison, Colo. attorney who was collecting amounts due as reflected in the "Account book of Captain A.J. Bean of Gunnison, Colorado." One of the letters referred to Captain Bean as the "County Clerk & Recorder."
Collection contains ledgers containing minutes from meetings to organize Normal School (1921-1922), handwritten notes describe programs, activities, speakers and student organizations, history of school (1925-1950) and list of first faculty (1925).
The collection includes three account ledgers for Schinner's businesses and ranch expenses (dated 1862, 1866-1884, 1866-1911); a brief Schinner/Schueler/Walter family history; an assortment of paper ephemera relating to Augusta Schinner-Walter and Augustine Walter, the daughter and granddaughter of Adolf Schinner; an obituary for Rudolph Schueler, son of Jacob Schueler; photographs of the Schinner family and friends, many of which are identified (spanning the 1880s-1959).
Collection contains photographs, clipping, notes, ledger documenting many of Brown's financial investments and business dealings.
Collection contains ledgers organized by location containing family trees, birth and death dates with family history notes; index of names.
Collection contains a ledger listing purchases of burial plots.
Collection contains 9 business ledgers for firms dealing in livery, furniture, undertaking, coal, and clothing; also includes deeds, receipts, official bonds.
Cash account ledger (1881-1902) for Charles and Josephine Florence documenting their various enterprises: rental property, poultry/egg business, notations on weather and activities in garden, annual expense and income reports, tax list for properties owned.
Collection contains a 99 page record of financial transactions, including investments, expenses. A few receipts, expense-account notes, etc. inserted.
Collection contains a record book with daily cash accounts, expenses, royalties, dividends, assessments, shareholders.
Collection contains a ledger of monthly expenses for equipment, supplies and payroll information for the Ute-Ulay Mine (Colo.).
Collection contains includes inventory records, real estate sale records, executor records, administrator records, conservator records, guardian records, civil journals, claim records, documentary records, document books, insane records, and judgment records.
Collection contains eight ledgers which document inventories, planting plats, crop records, expense and income, details of livestock, and seed receipts (1932-1939). It includes a ledger from the H.W. Goff Farm (1904-1914, 1930-1938). The ledgers provide a detailed account of farming in Colorado in the 1930s.
Collection contains a First National Bank of Denver bank ledger of Discounted Bills and Collections, volume 8 (January 30-October 5, 1880); First National Bank of Denver savings account booklet (1934-1965); a press kit; annual reports; promotional and published materials; and a time capsule contents inventory (1976).
Collection contains two ledgers: Record of Certificates of Nomination (Richland Township, 1891), Assessment Roll (Hess Township, 1917).
Collection contains a fFinancial record book for unidentified general merchant in "Idaho, Col. Ter." during 1868.
Collection contains ledger of receipts for lumber and building material from numerous businesses in South Dakota bought by McClain.
Collection contains ledgers and loose ledger pages, minute books, correspondence, articles of incorporation, stock certificates, bond receipts, newsletters, branch reports, photographs, purchase orders, salesman instruction booklets related to the following companies: J. S. Brown Mercantile Co., Shields-Morley Mercantile Co., Shields-Metzler Mercantile Co.
Collection contains Baker's record book for the Dixon, Wyo. toll bridge; includes his personal accounts, accounts for persons using the bridge, bills of sale, IOUs. Miscellaneous items recorded: birth dates, letters, inventories of cattle and supplies, poetry.
Collection contains a day book for the saloon documenting cash and expense accounts.
Collection contains Lyon's accounts (1 volume : 168 pages) include entries for James E. Lyon & Company (early Central City, Colo. smelter) and Consolidated Gregory Company (for which he was managing director).
Collection contains two account ledgers. The first ledger (1893-1902) covers LaCount's activities as an agent, purchasing mining materials from Staple & Fancy Groceries, Holmes; and Quinn & Gorman, Groceries & Mining Supplies in Gunnison, Colo. The second ledger (1876-1880) contains family correspondence between, among others, Marie LaCount, daughter Lola LaCount, and J.W. Christy.
Collection contains names of drivers for hire, names and addresses of customers, dates, times and amounts paid. An 1886-1887 expense ledger is present. Also i Includes records of Hubbard Ranch for 1883, 1904-1907, 1916.
Collection contains a ledger with meeting minutes; reports; staff listings; awards.
Collection consists of a single business ledger for work accomplished between July 1931 and November 1935. The information contained within includes the names and payments received from Ball's numerous customers, including the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, Strater Hotel, Mesa Verde National Park, Local Security Company, Colorado Cold Storage, Indian agencies, mining companies, and other local businesses.
Collection contains 15 ledgers consisting of funeral information, occupation, marital status, and birth and death information from the Moore Mortuary spanning from February 1934 to April 30, 1950. Subsequent related ledgers can be found in the Howard Mortuary Records (WH2482) reflecting continued operations after the company merged with Howard Mortary and operated as the Olinger Moore Howard Chapel.
Collection contains a ledger with record of weights and assays of crude ore and concentrates of silver and lead ore at the "New Mill" and "Upper Mill" utilizing "Triumph" and "Vanner" rolling machines.
Collection contains a list of stock transfers, 1895-1898; by-laws and Board of Directors minutes, 1895-1900.
The collection contains account ledgers (1944-1984, 1991); photographs (1974, 1986); notebook (1975-1986); and genealogical information.