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Ledgers (account books)

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:

Dayton Liederkranz-Turner Collection (MS-480)

Identifier: MS-480

The Dayton Liederkranz-Turner Collection documents the experience of German-Americans for over one hundred years going back to 1890 through 2007. The evolution of the organization reflects both local and national changes. The activities and goals of the Dayton Chapter, as well as their involvement with other chapters, is documented. The collection includes organization histories, meeting minutes, financial records, correspondence, membership records, publications, and programs.

Dates: 1880-2014

Dayton Typographical Union, Local 57 Records

Identifier: MS-41

Contains a fairly complete run of minutes for the years 1866-1968 as well as legal reports, financial ledgers and journals, membership records, correspondence, and a variety of printed materials. The minutes include reports from the Executive Board and various committees, and summary financial information. Membership records contain much information on the union's apprenticeship program.

Dates: 1866-1977

Eagle Clothing House Records (SC-362)

Identifier: SC-362

This collection contains the daily accounting ledger for Eagle Clothing House, located in Troy, Ohio. The first recorded date is Thursday, September 4, 1890, and the last date is Monday, September 19, 1892.

Dates: 1890 - 1892

Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton Records (MS-434)

Identifier: MS-434
Abstract Founded in 1910, the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton (JFGD) is a nonprofit and tax-exempt organization that furthers the welfare of the Jewish Community. Some activities of the organization include coordinating fundraising activities on a local and national level, fostering cooperation among Jewish organizations, and facilitating cultural, social, and educational programs. The records contain meeting minutes, correspondence, financial and membership records, photographs, scrapbooks,...
Dates: 1910-2010

James Leffel and Company Records

Identifier: MS-150

The James Leffel and Company Records consist of ledgers, journals, order books, inventories, cash and day books, payroll files, correspondence, photographs, publications, and scrapbooks of a late 19th and early 20th century Springfield, Ohio manufacturer of turbines, water wheels and engines.

Dates: 1867 - 1971

Frederick Moler Farm Journal (SC-28)

Identifier: SC-28

This ledger book contains notations providing useful insight on Ohio farm life in the mid-19th century, dating between 1850 and 1878.

Dates: 1850 - 1878

Eunice Pearson Papers (SC-35)

Identifier: SC-35

Diary dated 1877-1878, also includes information between 1839 to 1877 from other family members. Some sections of the diary have been transcribed.

Dates: 1838 - 1878

Riesinger Funeral Home Records

Identifier: MS-75

Records of a prominent Dayton, Ohio funeral home which serviced many from the Hungarian and other ethnic groups of the early 20th century. Funeral record and ledger books give a daily account of funerals, and contain information and vital statistics about people buried by the Riesinger Funeral Home in Dayton, Ohio. Also included are financial record books for 1931-1956, and a few photographs.

Dates: 1902-1958; Majority of material found within 1902-1947

Adam Schantz, Sr. Estate Records

Identifier: MS-200
Abstract After his father's death in 1903, Adam Schantz, Jr. took over the brewery and real estate interests of Adam Schantz, Sr. The records from the Adam Schantz, Sr. Estate include account books, cash books, ledgers, and financial journals which record the extensive business, financial, and real estate interests of the Schantz Family in the Dayton area. These interests included the Moraine Development Company, Gem City Realty, Reliable Insurance Company, the Citizen's Lighting Company (later...
Dates: 1903-1956

St. Elizabeth Hospital Records

Identifier: MS-497
Abstract The St. Elizabeth Hospital Records document the growth and expansion of the Franciscan Health Network in Dayton. The hospital was established in 1878 and founded as Dayton's first community hospital by the Franciscan Sisters of the Poor. Expansion and construction began in 1882 and continued throughout the hospital's existence. The collection includes photographs and negatives documenting this development overtime. The Nursing School was established at St. Elizabeth Hospital in 1929 and...
Dates: 1878-2000; Majority of material found within 1940-2000