Account books -- Georgia -- Atlanta
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains seven journals/ledgers and three trial balance books. The journals/ledgers give a detailed account of the items that A.J. Martin Hardware Company carried and what they paid for them.
This collection contains a cash book kept by employee Alma Gilreath Edwards, which details haircut appointments and their cost from Boyd's Beauty Shoppe in Atlanta, Georgia. Edwards may have been affiliated with the Florence Crittenton Home for Unwed Mothers.
This collection is comprised of financial records generated by the Cable Piano Company. Included in the collection are sales and purchase ledgers, sales report book, and account book.
This collection is comprised of the records created by the Central Presbyterian Church. Included in the records are minutes, church histories, photographs, and programs.
This collection is comprised of a single ledger. Although mostly undated, a few pages are dated 1888, 1889 and 1891. The ledger contains information pertaining to customers accounts from all over Georgia and deposits for the company.
This collection consists of a ledger used to track the monthly expenses of the Crockett Lumber Company from November 1910 to January 1914. The ledger illustrates transactions with companies such as Barfield Lumber Company, Fort Wayne Lumber Company, J.R Bennett and Sons, Woodbury Ply Mills, W.O.B. Carter and Son, Sanders Lumber Company, Capital City Club, AJ Moss, and George Miller Lumber Company.
This collection contains Reid McCarty's business ledger. In the front half of the ledger, McCarty documented income received from patients, business partners, and Emory University. In the back of the ledger, he kept tables for incoming and outgoing funds, loan repayments, and monthly bank balances.
This collection contains four financial ledgers of Poulos Soda Company and the successor business as well as the business license and other related records. Included are sales, purchases, and salaries with amounts in dollars. Column headings are in Greek.
This collection contains a ledger (cash book) belonging to H.L. Culberson showing amounts paid out for general household and living expenses. Included are the dates, the items, and the cost. Each month is tallied separately. The latter part of the book ca. 1906 contains the records of Culberson & Johnson and shows individuals' names in legal matters.
This collection contains one ledger sized address book and one accounting ledger having belonged to Henry Louis DeGive. The accounting ledger contains information on household expenses, taxes, bonds, dividends, and the estate of Laurent DeGive. The loose materials have been placed in a folder stored with the ledgers.
This is an account book of a Holcomb Oil Company service station located at 27 Houston Street in Atlanta, Georgia. It contains entries of customer names organized alphabetically by customer last name and includes lists of items purchased such as gasoline, oil, candy, and other consumables.
This collection consists of one ledger, titled "Transfer Ledger Purchase and Private," dated 1904-1909, with the transactions listed under the names of companies and individuals.
This collection is comprised of the business records for the Rhodes Furniture Company. Included in the collection are financial records, acquisition papers, correspondence, ledgers, and cash books. There are also pension plan and tax return records.
The collection includes financial statements, checkbooks, and a music book. The financial statements detail items such as dental procedures, clothing costs, and Westminster tuition among other items. The music book contains fight songs played by university marching bands.