Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains financial records, receipts, bills, and correspondence relating to the business of Aaron Harmon.
Contains a single ledger book with business transactions and personal notes of Daniel O'Sullivan. An interesting entry, is a page where he lists his children as the "Alexandria City Council" and lists why they're qualified.
The Daniel O'Sullivan collection consists of business records and correspondence related to Daniel Sullivan and his son Michael R. Sullivan who owned and operated a rooming house, and wholesale grocery and liquor store in the 1850s-1940s. Items also include a letter from Jeremiah O'Brien who fought for the 26th Regiment of the New York Volunteer Infantry and writes concerning battles fought during 1861-1862.
The collection includes three ledgers belonging to Edward L. Daignerfield, two of which have the word "journal" written on the spine.
This collection consists of approximately 300 leaves, all photocopies, and are the business records of Herbert Bryant, Inc. These records include shipments of raw materials received by rail, with rail car numbers noted, and by water, with ships’ names and captains’ names noted.
The records of a mid-19th century Virginia hardware business including a set of ledgers and a small amount of correspondence relating to the business.
The collection consists of bills and receipts relating to Joseph Rodgers' contracting and personal business dealings in Old Town Alexandria. Examples include letterhead receipts from Weadon Brothers Hardware, Paints, Oils Glass and Guns; George Ayers...Dealer in Wheels; Isaac Eichberg Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods; Smoot Lumber; Curtin and Butts Alexandria Iron Works, and many other local businesses. Also includes building permits.
The collection consists of a deed, purchase proposals, business agreements, foreclosure notices, and fire insurance policies for the Mt. Vernon Cotton Factory.