Found in 60 Collections and/or Records:
W. H. Marshall was a Pendleton, Oregon, blacksmith. Collection includes one volume of "A" accounts, two of "B" accounts.
McHargue Butcher Shop operated in Brownsville, Oregon. The collection contains a store account book of 1862 that has American ballads and songs written inside of it.
Account book of the Methodist Mission Store.
James Willis Nesmith was a US Senator and a US Representative of Oregon, between 1861-1875. The collection consists of an account book.
The William T. Newby Papers contain a variety of information about Newby's overland crossing from Missouri to Oregon on the Oregon Trial in 1843. Newby was a member of the wagon train made famous by Jesse Applegate. The collection provides weather observations, account summaries, and personal experiences of living in and journeying to Oregon from 1843-1864.
Joseph Norris was a teamster in Eugene, Oregon. The collection (1868-1877) contains an account book.
Collection comprises papers of American missionaries to China Jay C. and Lucile C. Oliver, including family and professional correspondence, personal and travel diaries, and official records of the Y.M.C.A and the Salt Inspectorate in China.
Oregon Canning Company was incorporated July 5, 1899 by W. F. Jewett, N. J. Cornwall, M. Herrick, and O. B. Hinsdale, and was located in Gardiner, Oregon. The collection (1899-1904) includes six volumes: a minute book, journal, ledger, stock certificates, stock transfers, and a letterpress copybook.
J. L. Parrish and Company was a stationery and bookstore located in Salem, Oregon. The collection (1865-1866) consists of an account book, a list of periodical subscribers in Salem, and minutes of the Regular Donkey Club.
H. Patterson and Company, of Hillsboro, Oregon, was a general merchandise store. The collection (1866-1877) consists of a business ledger that also contains information on orchard accounts.
The Portland Seamen's Friend Society was a social and reform organization devoted to the welfare of sailors in the port of Portland. The collection (1877-1899) contains an account book that lists income and expenditures of general and special funds by date, and includes a name index.
Carl Rostel (1850-1928), a German immigrant, worked variously as a barber, saloonkeeper, salesperson, and land speculator in Central Point, Oregon. The collection contains correspondence, commercial broadsides, catalogues, legal documents, account books, and photographs.
Lippman Sachs and his brothers immigrated to American in 1861 and settled in Jacksonville, Oregon where they operated a dry goods store until 1875; the Reames Brothers then purchased the building and continued a general store until 1886. The collection (1874-1875; 1881-1884)) contains a Sachs Bros. ledger account book which also includes account pages of the Reames Bros. store.
The collection consists of a treasurer's book of the Salem Musical Union, which lists receipts, disbursements, and dues-paying members from 1869-1871.
John B. Sheldon was a blacksmith in Ashland, Oregon. The collection consists of Sheldon's account book.
Fabritus R. Smith (1819-1898) came to Oregon in 1846 with Joseph Waldo, where he lived and worked his land claim near Salem. The collection consists of the diaries of Smith and his son, Hamlin, as well as personal and legal papers.
Ira D. Staggs (1888-1973) farmed and raised livestock near Baker City, Oregon. The collection consists of correspondence and documentation primarily concerned with Staggs' life as a rancher.
Stearns and Chenoweth was a hardware store located in Oakland, Oregon, that dealt in hardware, stoves, tinware, guns, pistols and sewing machines. The collection (1855-1912) contains deeds and legal papers, account books, a map, and correspondence.
Stephens-Weatherford Co. was a timber holding company headquartered in Albany, Oregon. The collection (1919-1945) contains one record book that contains a journal of expenses, and a ledger of accounts.
Henry Thiessen was a farmer in Clackamas County, Oregon, and a member of the Farmer's Alliance, the grange, and the Direct Legislation Club. The collection (May 1, 1892 - September 30, 1901) contains a ledger that was used as a diary and account book, with almost daily entries regarding farm work and chores, accounts, and some political activity.
Charles G. Trimble (1884 - ) was a medical missionary in China. He was associated with the Methodist Mission in Foochow in 1914, and later with the Alden Speare Memorial Hospital in Yenping. The collection (1914-1964) contains correspondence, collected Chinese documents, and a few personal items.
Laura E. Turner was an Oregon resident who kept track of the local weather on a daily basis. The collection consists of three volumes; one household financial account and two weather diaries.
The collection consists of an account book (1883) of the Villard House in Pendleton, Oregon. Information in the acount books is organized alphabetically.
J. J. Walton was a Eugene, Oregon, attorney, for many years secretary of the Board of Regents, University of Oregon. The collection includes minor legal and personal correspondence, 1898-1902, and personal account books, 1872-1900.
Records of family including account books for blacksmith, memory books, and theater programs. Family members located in Vermont, New York, Massachusetts, and Portland, Oregon.
The first Oregon branch of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union was formed in 1881, and by 1891 there were eighty-three branches in Oregon. The collection (1889-1910) contains a treasurer's book of the Gardiner, Oregon branch.
Woodlawn Plywood company was located in Hoquiam, WA. The collection contains ledgers and journals, cash, sales, account, and stock information, correspondence, deeds and leases, contracts and mortgages, and ledgers of the Northern Timber company.
The Yamhill Steamboat Company was organized in 1859 to transport farm products between Portland and California. The collection consists of a journal of accounts for the company.
The collection (1875-1882) contains a farm and household account book belonging to J. C. Yates.