General stores -- New York (State)
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of an account book from a general store in Keeseville, New York. The first part of the book was used as a daybook, recording daily sales or goods such as molasses, cloth, tea and nails. The second part of the book was used as a ledger to keep customers' accounts. The merchant accepted work and goods in payment, as well as cash.
The collection consists of an account book (1854-1862) of a general store and a district school attendance roll (1852) for the towns of Cobleskill, Richmondville, and Fulton, New York. Also included is a typewritten carbon copy of historical notes taken by the donor from Allegan County, Michigan, as well as records relating to people, localities and early institutions.