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Account books.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Bates-Hunter Mining Company records

 Collection
Identifier: WH154
Scope and Contents Collection contains an account book (1869) for the Bates-Hunter Lode and court indenture (1893).
Dates: 1869, 1893

Cash account of Loveland & Copeland

 Collection
Identifier: C MSS -M473
Scope and Contents Cash book also used for unidentified earlier (1859 May-June) and later (1923-1924) business records. One section has heading: Tippecanoe Mine.
Dates: Check date

Cuentas de la Tesorería del Condado

 Collection
Identifier: WH367
Scope and Contents Treasury accounts, Antonio A. Romero, treasurer. Includes tax records and public school accounts.
Dates: 1872-1883

Daniel C. Ritchey Papers

 Collection
Identifier: -M659
Scope and Contents Collection contains correspondence and business records: including a document appointing Ritchey as justice of the peace for Jefferson County, Territory of Jefferson, signed by R.W. Steele, Governor (1861); three account books 1869-1870 from Millard, Beymer & Co., lumber dealers in Corning, Iowa.
Dates: 1855-1905

DEPARTMENT OF COLORADO AND WYOMING, GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH732
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE This collection comprises rosters and adjutant reports from G.A.R. posts in Colorado and Wyoming. Departments of the Grand Army of the Republic typically fell within a state, but because of the sparse population, Colorado and Wyoming were consolidated into one Department. These descriptive books include the name, birthplace, residence, occupation; date of entry, company, rank and unit served in; date of exit from service, final discharge, cause of discharge; date of muster into the G.A.R.,...
Dates: 1864-1938

FORT LARAMIE, WYOMING RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH141
SCOPE AND CONTENT The collection includes two ledgers, which document soldiers' purchases through the Fort Laramie sutler's store. The post sutler was a civilian merchant licensed to sell certain goods not supplied by the Army. At Fort Laramie, the sutler sold goods to soldiers on credit and bartered or sold his merchandise to passing immigrants. Sutlers typically charged exorbitant prices. Reacting to sutler excesses, Congress abolished the position in 1866. However, by 1867, in response to frontier soldiers'...
Dates: TBD

Gold dust book

 Collection
Identifier: C MSS -M387
Scope and Contents Record of gold dust purchase and shipment for mining parties in what is now Fremont County, Wyo.
Dates: Check date

Recording Steward's account book

 Collection
Identifier: C MSS -M115
Scope and Contents Treasurer's accounts for the church Board of Stewards.
Dates: Check date