Found in 155 Collections and/or Records:
Receipt book. Contains the receipts of John Zug as the administrator for the estate of Andrew Zug (Zook), a tanner from Rapho Township, Lancaster County, Pa.
Manuscripts and typescripts including initial and final drafts of Joseph E. Walker's doctoral dissertation and typescripts of research on colonial American history. ‡b Includes transcriptions of Gerard T. Hopkins' journal of 1804, Joshua Gilpin's journal of 1809, Clement A. Buckley's diary of 1818, and Joseph Gibbons' diary of 1804.
Receipt book containing hand written acknowledgements of business transactions by the Mifflin brothers, Joseph Jonathan and Jonathan, of Philadelphia, Pa. Includes the autographs of prominent Philadelphians of the colonial and Revolutionary periods.
Consists of one journal explaining the duties performed by R. Andrews from January 18th to February 22nd 1858. Includes detailed descriptions of canal and communitites along the Susquehanna River. Begins at Columbia, Pa., and ends at "Upper Janiata Division."
Lithographic images of significant structures, places, and people from the mid-eighteenth to mid-nineteenth centuries. Images of government buildings, castles, monasteries, well-known landscapes, European royalty, politicians, authors, poets, and philosophers as well as depictions of historic events and imitations of early European paintings are included in the collection.
Ledger. Consists of four pages of special monetary output by J.W. Boos for his children John, Katy, Jacob, and Friederich, 1795-1808; five pages of receipts mentioning the inheritance of Paul Berlet (1797); six pages of accounting records (1803-1810).
Daybook and business ledgers of the Krall family of Krallstown, York County, Pa. ‡b Documents the business activities of the looms, flour and saw mills from 1828 to 1838 and the general store from 1815 to 1817 and 1847 to 1848. Includes lists of purchasers, services rendered, items purchased and amounts credited to the purchasers.
Consists of popular American and European waltzes and dance music from 1893 to 1923 that the Krodel Bothers acquired for the band's performances in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.