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ledgers (account books)

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Volumes of final entry in accounting in which are entered debits, credits, and all other money transactions under each individual account or heading.

Found in 60 Collections and/or Records:

Accounting Ledgers

 Series
Scope and Contents The records collection includes: minutes of the company from the first 6 years; financial, operational, and production material such as early production ledgers, 1892-1912; speeches, 1938-1969; advertising through the years, such as Saturday Evening Post ads,1941-1944; local and national news clippings; in-house magazines---Upjohn News, 1946-1961, Overflow, 1926-1964, Inter-comment, 1972-1995, Merger news, 1995-1996, Intercom, Kalamazoo Edition, 1963-1993; Upjohn support and establishment of...

Ardis Pierce and Wayne Loney Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3207
Scope and Contents The Kalamazoo Police Department traces its beginnings to 1882. These ledgers record a variety of calls the department received many of which dealt with animals, both alive and deceased, theft, assaults, lost items, accidents, missing children, rubbish, dangerous sidewalks and people who were inebriated.The entries record the reports but do not cover what the police did to deal with what was being reported.

Benjamin C. Sheldon Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3301
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of one ledger owned by Benjamin C. Sheldon who was enrolled in Clark Commercial College in Kalamazoo. The ledger has work in it dated January to September, 1856.

Cassopolis Store Ledgers Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3337
Overview The collection is composed of two store ledgers dated 1852-1855 and 1859-1860 both from dry goods stores in Cassopolis, Cass County, Michigan.

Chamberlain & Co. Ledger B, 1869-1870

 Item — Box 30: [31141019170708], Object: 1
Scope and Contents Edward K. Warren was born in Vermont in 1847 and moved to Three Oaks in Berrien County, Michigan in 1858 with his parents. In 1883, Edward established the Warren Featherbone Company after recognizing a market for improved corset materials. After securing a patent, Edward began producing "featherbone," an alternative to pricey and frail whalebone. Featherbone was made from pointer feathers discarded by regional feather duster factories. Warren opened his first featherbone factory in Three Oaks....

Chamberlain, Warren & Hatfield Ledger, 1886

 Item — Box 31: [31141019170716], Object: 2
Scope and Contents Edward K. Warren was born in Vermont in 1847 and moved to Three Oaks in Berrien County, Michigan in 1858 with his parents. In 1883, Edward established the Warren Featherbone Company after recognizing a market for improved corset materials. After securing a patent, Edward began producing "featherbone," an alternative to pricey and frail whalebone. Featherbone was made from pointer feathers discarded by regional feather duster factories. Warren opened his first featherbone factory in Three Oaks....

Chamberlain, Warren & Hatfield Ledger, 1887-1889

 Item — Box 31: [31141019170716], Object: 3
Scope and Contents Edward K. Warren was born in Vermont in 1847 and moved to Three Oaks in Berrien County, Michigan in 1858 with his parents. In 1883, Edward established the Warren Featherbone Company after recognizing a market for improved corset materials. After securing a patent, Edward began producing "featherbone," an alternative to pricey and frail whalebone. Featherbone was made from pointer feathers discarded by regional feather duster factories. Warren opened his first featherbone factory in Three Oaks....

Chamberlain, Warren & Hatfield Ledger B

 Item — Box 22: [31141019170534], Object: 3
Scope and Contents Edward K. Warren was born in Vermont in 1847 and moved to Three Oaks in Berrien County, Michigan in 1858 with his parents. In 1883, Edward established the Warren Featherbone Company after recognizing a market for improved corset materials. After securing a patent, Edward began producing "featherbone," an alternative to pricey and frail whalebone. Featherbone was made from pointer feathers discarded by regional feather duster factories. Warren opened his first featherbone factory in Three Oaks....

Claude Robinson Ledger

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3819
Scope and Contents Claude Robinson (1880-1957) lived in Leonidas, Michigan. He owned a blacksmith shop where he occasionally created custom cabinets, shelves etc. His shop was located downtown on Main Street in Leonidas. He worked until he passed away at age 77. This ledger contains all expenditures and transactions that took place from January 1, 1908-August 30, 1909. He frequently did shoeing jobs and repaired buggies among other tasks. Dr. Syndergaard’s notes on the ledger are located in the donor file.

Customers Ledger, 1890-1892

 Item — Box 125: [31141019162465], Object: 4
Scope and Contents Edward K. Warren was born in Vermont in 1847 and moved to Three Oaks in Berrien County, Michigan in 1858 with his parents. In 1883, Edward established the Warren Featherbone Company after recognizing a market for improved corset materials. After securing a patent, Edward began producing "featherbone," an alternative to pricey and frail whalebone. Featherbone was made from pointer feathers discarded by regional feather duster factories. Warren opened his first featherbone factory in Three Oaks....