Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Includes two minute books covering meeting procedures for the years 1885-1904 and two account books which reveal the group's financial dealings from 1880-1911. The minute books also have information about memberships, committees, and deaths. Post 83 served Auglaize County, Ohio.
A collection of 19th century business records from three different general stores in Logan County. Includes financial records, day-by-day account books listings transactions and customers names, and ledger books.
This collection contains the postmaster's account and record books for the Roxanna (Greene County), Ohio, post office. Please note that the town of Roxanna no longer exists as it was submerged during the creation of Caesar's Creek State Park.
Consists of financial records, including daily statements, discount registers, journals, and ledgers of an Auglaize County, Ohio, bank that failed in 1929.
The Charles O. Wolpers Papers consist of early 19th century daybooks, journals, and financial ledgers from stores that Wolpers owned in Bellefontaine (earlier named Belleville) and Germantown, Ohio. Also included are a few letters written to Wolpers by his brother in Germany.