Green Collection, 1814-1971

Descriptive Summary

Title
Green Collection, 1814-1971
Creator
Green Family
Extent
43 boxes, 139 folders, 7,719 items.
Finding Aid Author
Archives Staff
Repository
Western Kentucky University

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Green Family
Willis Green (1794?-1862) was an early Mississippi River trader, engaged in shipping goods from Kentucky to New Orleans. In 1818 he married Ann Allen (1795-1877) of Shelby County, Kentucky, and they moved to Hardinsburg where he practiced law. Willis purchased land, formerly owned by Spanish conspiracy plot participant Benjamin Sebastian, at Falls of Rough in Grayson County in 1823. As time passed, he developed a farming operation including the construction of a sawmill and a gristmill. Willis served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1839 to 1843. He also was very active in Henry Clay's 1844 presidency campaign. Willis and his wife moved to Texas in 1859.
Nephews and neices of Willis, children of his brother Morgan B. Green (b.1805), were living with the Greens by 1845. The children were: Elizabeth "Lizzie," who married Colonel William Short around 1853; Malvina, who married a man whose surname was Fleming, probably just prior to the outbreak of the Civil War; Napoleon, who was a railroad employee; and Lafayette (1835-1907), who was educated at Lexington and studied law under J. W. Bickers of Rumsey. In addition, he received training in various Louisville merchandising establishments which assisted in preparing him to assume management of the Falls of Rough operations. Because of his uncle's declining health, Lafayette became the family's financial head. He also served in the State House of Representatives from 1859 to 1861. Following his uncle's death in 1862 and while the Civil War was raging, Lafayette went to Texas to accompany his aunt back to Kentucky and to bring his uncle's body back for reinterment.
In 1866 Lafayette married Rebecca Eleanor "Ella" Scott (1841-1896), daughter of Robert Wilmot Scott (1808-1884) and Elizabeth Watts (Brown) Scott(1811-1886) of Frankfort. The Greens had five children: Elizabeth (1868-1869), Willis (1870-1944), Preston Scott (1877-1945), Jennie Scott (1879-1965), and Robert Scott (1882-1943). Lafayette and his sons increased operations and began new ones at Falls of Rough, which included lumbering, flour milling, the selling of tobacco, the raising of Shetland ponies, a post office, a bank, and a general store. Because of their transportation needs for business purposes and to provide passenger service, in 1891 a railroad line was extended to Falls of Rough. Their house, which was built of homegrown products (stone that was cut on the place and lumber that was cut and dressed at the mill), was a beautiful manor dwelling. Ella and her daughter Jennie were gracious hostesses through the years.
The children were educated at home by teachers employed by their parents, and later attended various private schools in Louisville, Princeton, and Danville. All three sons were Centre College students, but Jennie (while in her teens) returned home to assist her ailing mother with management of the house and family. None of the children ever married. After her brothers died, Jennie contined to oversee all the operations of the small empire until her health declined.
Scott Family
Robert Wilmot Scott (1808-1884) was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, attended Transylvania University, studied law in Frankfort, and established his practice there in 1830. Because of poor health, he gave up his law practice and concentrated on farming in nearby Franklin County at his home place "Scotland," which originally was named "Locust Hill." Scott specialized in stock and sheep raising and was very active in state-wide agricultural matters and in school affairs. In 1831 he married Elizabeth Watts Brown (1811-1886), and they had nine children (seven of whom reached maturity). In his latter years, Scott retired from stock farming and began experimenting with the growing of citrusfruit in Florida.
Their oldest son, Preston Brown Scott (1832-1900) became a doctor, practiced medicine in Mississippi before the Civil War, served as a surgeon for the Confederacy, and settled in Louisville. In 1862 he married Jane E. Campbell (1840-1907), and they had five children. The three children who married were: Jane Porter Scott (1865-1928), who married Frank Woodruff of Atlanta; Campbell Scott (1869-1960), an engineer who married Nellie Mansfield Smith (d.1949); and Rumsey Wing Scott (b.1876), who married Eugenia "Jean" Jefferson (d.1958).
John Orlando Scott (1837-1907), another son of the Robert Wilmot Scotts, also was a physician who began his practice in Owensboro and who served with the Confederates during the Civil War. Later, because of poor health, John moved to Texas. He married Ellen Melvin, and they had four children: Louise Graham Scott (1866-1953), who married Edward Joseph Perry (1860-1923); Robert Wilmot Scott (1869-1903); Preston Brown Scott (1871-1955), who married Mamie Cotter; and Stewart Scott (d.1941), whose wife's first name was Tassie.
Mary Brown Scott (1839-1885) married Samuel Ire Monger Major (1830-1886), printer of the Kentucky Yeoman in Frankfort. Their surviving child was S. I. M. Major, Jr. (1877-1952). Ella Scott married Lafayette Green (see Green Family biography). Elizabeth (1843-1925) never married. Louise Rucks Scott (1845-1920) married Edward Rumsey Wing (1843-1874), a promising young lawyer who was appointed minister to Ecuador in 1870, serving in that capacity until his death. In 1893 Louise's second marriage was to her cousin, William Campbell Preston Breckinridge (1837-1904). There were no children by either marriage. The youngest daughter, Henrietta "Etta" Reese Scott (1849-1929), married David Mitchell (d.1900), an army doctor.
For the third and fourth generations of the Robert Wilmot Scott family consult the genealogical data in Series II, Box 1, Folder 5 and in Series IV, Box 13, Folder 11.
Scope and Content
The Green Collection consists chiefly of correspondence, business records, and sixty-six account books of the Green family. There is included also correspondence of the Robert Wilmot Scott family.
The collection is divided into five series. Series I includes the papers from 1814 to 1861 of Willis Green, and there are approximately 370 letters written to Green while he served in the U.S. Congress. The letters mainly concern Henry Clay's 1844 presidential candidacy and business and political matters.
Series II is comprised of the family correspondence of Lafayette and Ella (Scott) Green and consists of about two thousand items dating from 1850 to 1904. Included are letters written to Ella from her family and her husband's family; Scott family correspondence including personal and business papers of her father Robert W. Scott; Scott genealogical material; and Lafayette Green's personal correspondence and business papers.
Series III contains about 650 letters dated from 1881 to 1943 of Lafayette and Ella S. Green, the Green and Scott families, and miscellaneous correspondence and papers of Willis, Preston, and Robert Green.
Series IV is composed of papers and correspondence of Jennie Scott Green, dating from 1892 to 1971, and includes over five thousand letters written to Jennie from the Green and Scott families; special school-day friends in Louisvilleand Princeton; acquaintances she made in her travels to Naples, Florida, to Wequetonsing, Michigan, to Chautauqua, New York, and to Germany; former Falls of Rough residents; and various charitable organizations. Papers also include genealogical notes and charts, clippings, cards, invitations, programs, and biographical data.
Series V consists of the Green family's sixty-six account books dating from 1855 to 1947, which include general store accounts; cash books; bank ledger and deposit book; tobacco, sawmill, gristmill, and produce accounts; hands' ledger; and post office (money order) account books.

Contents of the Collection

I: Willis Green, [1794?]-1862.

Papers of Willis Green, 1814-1861. 252 items.

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Letters to Willis Green. 1814-1839. 34 items.

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Letters to Willis Green. 1840-1861. 75 items.

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Letters(2) & Speech of Willis Green. 1844,1849 & 1859?. 3 items.

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Miscellaneous business & legal papers of Willis Green. 1819-1856. 118 items.

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Political papers of Willis Green.

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Certificate of election (handwritten), speech, circular, report & president's message (printed…

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Miscellaneous papers of Willis Green - land & property, 1832-1837;miscellaneous, n.d.; Isaac Green…

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II: Lafayette and Ella (Scott) Green Family Correspondence 1850-1904. 2038 items.

Ella (Scott) Green Correspondence. 1853-1896. 240 items.

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Ella Scott Composition Book Locust Hill Seminary. 1853. 1 item.

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Letters of Lafayette Green to Ella (Scott) Green. 1865-1886. 51 items.

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Letters of Willis, Preston, & Jennie Green to their mother, Ella(Scott) Green. 1884-1894. 7 items.

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Letters of Scott Family to Ella (Scott) Green. 1859-1896. 73 items.

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Letters of Ella (Scott) Green to Scott Family. 1854-1895. 16 items.

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Letters of Green Family to Ella (Scott) Green. 1867-1879. 30 items.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence of Ella (Scott) Green. 1864-1896. 62 items.

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Scott Family Correspondence & Robert W. Scott Papers.1853-1898. 122 items.

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Miscellaneous Scott Family Correspondence. 1853-1898. 64 items.

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Robert W. Scott - Farm Account Book. 1869-1873. 1 item, 250 pages.

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Robert W. Scott - Papers & Correspondence re: Florida Property.1872-1873. 38 items.

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Robert W. Scott - Writing on Early Kentucky schools. n.d. 2 items.

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Genealogical Material - Scott Family. n.d. 2 items.

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Robert W. Scott farm material. 1867-1885. 15 items.

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Correspondence of Lafayette Green. [1850?]-1904. 406 items.

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Ella (Scott) Green to Lafayette Green. 1865-1895. 95 items.

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Willis, Preston, Jennie and Robert Green to their father, LafayetteGreen. 1885-1900. 34 items.

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Green Family to Lafayette Green. [1850?]-1887. 73 items.

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Green Family to Lafayette Green. 1888-1898. 92 items.

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Scott Family to Lafayette Green. 1866-1904. 101 items.

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Lafayette Green to Robert W. Scott(5) & Elizabeth (Green) Short.1866-1886. 6 items.

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Ann (Allen) Green from Elizabeth (Green) Short & Lucy?1865-1866 n.d. 5 items.

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Letters to Lafayette Green. 1850-1898. 614 items.

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Sue Magoffin to Lafayette Green. n.d. 1859-[1862?] 4 items.

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William D. Ballard to Lafayette Green. 1884-1898. 39 items.

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Green & Barren River Navigation Company to Lafayette Green.1884-1887. 3 items.

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Kentucky Military Institute to Lafayette Green re: Willis Green.1883-1885. 9 items.

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Miscellaneous letters to Lafayette Green. 1850-1879. 108 items.

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Miscellaneous letters to Lafayette Green. 1880-1884. 109 items.

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Miscellaneous letters to Lafayette Green. 1885-1886. 127 items.

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Miscellaneous letters to Lafayette Green. 1887-1889. 129 items.

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Miscellaneous letters to Lafayette Green. 1890-1891. 86 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence & business papers of LafayetteGreen 1863-1906. 656 items.

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Miscellaneous letters to Lafayette Green. 1892. 135 items.

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Miscellaneous letters to Lafayette Green. 1893-1895. 92 items.

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Miscellaneous letters to Lafayette Green. 1896-1906. 93 items.

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Undated letters to Lafayette Green. n.d. 21 items.

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Miscellaneous letters From Lafayette Green. 1880-1889. 6 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence (not to Lafayette Green but to Fallsof Rough). 1882-1887. 16 items.

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Miscellaneous Lafayette Green items - Certificate of election State Senate 1881; membership cards(7…

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Business papers of Lafayette Green. 1863-1885. 89 items.

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Business papers of Lafayette Green. 1886-1898. 145 items.

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Business advertisements. 1877-1892. 44 items.

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III: Willis, Preston & Robert Green Papers. 1881-1943. 646 items.

Correspondence of Willis Green. 1881-1889. 342 items.

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Ella (Scott) Green to Willis Green. 1883-1889. 79 items.

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Lafayette Green to Willis Green. 1883-1906. 36 items.

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Scott family letters to Willis Green. 1881-1943. 49 items.

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Green family letters to Willis Green. 1886-1910. 20 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence of Willis Green. 1884-1887. 89 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence of Willis Green. 1888-1889. 69 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence and papers of Willis, Preston andRobert Green. 1886-1949. 304 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence of Willis Green. 1890-June 30,1892. 83 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence of Willis Green. July 1896-1949. 114 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence of Willis Green undated and partialletters. n.d. 38 items.

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Oration, compositions and exercises and school grades of WillisGreen at Centre College. 1886-1889. 8…

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Letters to Preston Green. 1888-1929. 10 items.

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Papers of Robert Scott Green. 1896-1943. 51 items.

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IV: Papers and correspondence of Jennie Scott Green.1866-1971. 5,234 items.

Papers and correspondence of Jennie Green and her family. 1892-1960. 327 items.

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Correspondence, essays and notes of Jennie Green. 1895-1960. 68 items.

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Correspondence of Lafayette Green to Jennie Green. 1892-1907. 22 items.

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Correspondence of Ella (Scott) Green to Jennie Green. 1892-1895 n.d. 17 items.

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Correspondence of Willis Green to Jennie Green. 1894-1935. 23 items.

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Correspondence of Preston and Robert Green to Jennie Green.1894-1941. 15 items.

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Correspondence of George Ford Short, Emma (Reed) Short andAllie Belle Trent Short to Jennie Green…

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Correspondence of Short family to Jennie Green. 1899-1960. 32 items.

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Correspondence of Robertson family to Jennie Green. 1940-1960. 29 items.

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Correspondence of miscellaneous family to Jennie Green.1907-1959. 39 items.

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Correspondence of Scott family to Jennie Green. 1898-1962. 440 items.

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Correspondence of Samuel Ire Monger Major, Jr., to Jennie Green.1898-1951. 43 items.

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Correspondence of Mary Agnes (Willson) Major to Jennie Green.1932-1957. 36 items.

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Correspondence of Etta (Mitchell) Wiley and Burnett Wiley to JennieGreen. 1907-1948. 88 items.

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Correspondence re: Estate of Louise (Scott) Wing Breckinridge andElizabeth Scott. 1915-1928. 11…

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Correspondence of Jeanie (Scott) Woodruff and Frank Woodruff toJennie Green. 1907. 3 items.

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Correspondence of Campbell Scott, Nellie (Smith) Scott, PrestonBrown Scott, Mary Alice (Scott…

  • Box 2, folder 6
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Correspondence of Campbell Scott family, continued 1956-1961. 81 items.

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Correspondence of Rumsey Scott, Jean (Jefferson) Scott, Thomas and Betty (Linn) Scott to Jennie…

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Correspondence of Scott family of Texas to Jennie Green.1928-1962. 318 items.

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Correspondence of Preston Brown Scott, Mamie (Cotter) Scott,Preston Brown Scott, Jr. and Jessie…

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Correspondence of Louise (Scott) Perry to Jennie Green.1928-1949. 60 items.

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Correspondence of Ellen Perry to Jennie Green. 1941-1951. 59 items.

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Correspondence of Ellen and Melanie Perry to Jennie Green.1952-1956. 48 items.

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Correspondence of Stewart and Virginia (Coombs) Perry to JennieGreen. 1940-1958. 26 items.

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Correspondence of Edward Joseph Perry, Jr., and Marjorie (Lewis)Perry, Marjorie (Perry) Rauch, Mary…

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Correspondence of Stewart Melvin Scott to Jennie Green.1951-1961. 48 items.

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Special Correspondents to Jennie Green, A-D. 1893-1963. 455 items.

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Correspondence of Sallie (Murray) Beard, Allen Murray Beard,Graham E. Beard to Jennie Green. 1893…

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Correspondence of George Robert Bickel and Mattalea (Mourning)Bickel to Jennie Green. 1936-1959. 46…

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Correspondence of Amelia (Bird) Mulkern Abell, Stoner Abell, andLorena Bird to Jennie Green. 1943…

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Correspondence of Florence (Stine) Bridges, Gordon (Bridges)Beckler and Gordon Faries Beckler to…

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Correspondence of Bart A. Brown (Citizens Fidelity Bank and TrustCo.) to Jennie Green. 1944-1962. 29…

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Correspondence of Annie H. Brown, Knox Brown, Jr., Miriam(Blackburn) Brown, and Joe Blackburn Brown…

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Correspondence of Evelyn R (Board) Bush, Evelyn (Bush) Palmerand William P. Palmer to Jennie Green…

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Correspondence of Nancy (Chadwick) Ericson and W. B. Mollard toJennie Green. 1954-1962. 39 items.

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Correspondence of Frank Leslie Chelf to Jennie Green. 1945-1959. 11 items.

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Correspondence of Charles & Bessie (Core) Clingman to JennieGreen. 1948-1963. 35 items.

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Correspondence of Ida H. Edwards, Ida (Edwards) Corbusier,Billy Corbusier, Phyllis (Corbusier…

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Correspondence of Alice B. Crutcher to Jennie Green. 1907-1959. 18 items.

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Andre & Roa (Higgin) duBord to Jennie Green. 1946-1958. 15 items.

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Special Correspondents to Jennie Green, F-Ham. 1926-1963. 545 items.

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Correspondence of Falls of Rough employees and families to JennieGreen: Agnes Beard, Carolyn…

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Correspondence of Falls of Rough employees and families toJennie Green: Davis Family - Tom, Delilah…

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Correspondence of the Filson Club to Jennie Green. 1950-1956. 15 items.

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Correspondence of Alice (Porter) Fogle, Dannie and David Fogle andMartha (Fogle) Summers to Jennie…

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Correspondence of Leon and Ethel (Cutler) Freeman, Condict(Freeman) Hyde to Jennie Green. 1933-1959…

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Correspondence of Urith Lawrence Gaar and Isabelle W. Kinniard toJennie Green. 1942-1961. 28 items.

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Genealogical Correspondence to Jennie Green: Myrtle Cooper,Mary (Scott) Grafton, Lucinda Kennedy et…

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Correspondence of the Haldeman Family (Louisville) to JennieGreen: Bruce & Annie (Milton) Haldeman…

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Correspondence of Josephine (F.) Hamill & Molly (Hamill) Ordwarto Jennie Green. 1931-1959. 77 items…

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Special Correspondents to Jennie Green, Hay-Hill. 1891-1926. 379 items.

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Correspondence of Fay T. (Kendall) Haynes to Jennie Green.1948-1961. 77 items.

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Correspondence of George Albert Haynes & Lois Haynes toJennie Green. 1939-1959. 17 items.

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Correspondence of Wathen B. Henderson & Esther (B.) Hendersonto Jennie Green. 1901-1957. 64 items.

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Correspondence of Elizabeth (Chandler) Herndon to Jennie Green.1891-1954. 57 items.

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Correspondence of Elizabeth (Chandler) Herndon to Jennie Green.1955-1962. 60 items.

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Correspondence of Josephine (P.) Higgins and Jane Pickerill toJennie Green. 1931-1962. 82 items.

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Correspondence of Edward Hobbs Hilliard and Nanine (Irwin) hilliardto Jennie Green. 1937-1958. 22…

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Special Correspondents to Jennie Green, Jol-New. 1903-1966. 433 items.

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Correspondence of Jessie and Percy Jolly to Jennie Green.1903-1907 1943-1962. 67 items.

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Correspondence of Chester A. Knowles to Jennie Green.1956-1959. 48 items.

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Correspondence of Liberty Hall and Sarah Parrent to Jennie Green.1939-1966. 83 items.

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Correspondence of C. Burr and Maud Alice McCaughen to JennieGreen. 1940-1949. 15 items.

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Correspondence of Josephine McFerran to Jennie Green.1944-1952. 26 items.

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Correspondence of Chastine (MacGregor) Sprague and Mathilde(MacGregor) Huston to Jennie Green. 1893…

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Correspondence of Grace Merrill, Laurie Merrill & Anne Holloway to Jennie Green. 1931-1950. 20 items…

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Correspondence of Mary (Taylor) Lieper Moore to Jennie Green.1947-1953. 61 items.

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Correspondence of Aubrey and Margaret (Hughes) Moorman toJennie Green. 1950-1962. 67 items.

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Correspondence of Henry DeHaven Moorman to Jennie Green.1907-1918. 12 items.

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Correspondence of Helen Newman, Helen (Armstrong) Newman & Katherine (Armstrong) Browne to Jennie…

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Special Correspondents to Jennie Green, Noy-Smith. 1907-1962. 408 items.

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Correspondence of Edmund H. Noyes to Jennie Green. 1909-1914. 32 items.

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Correspondence of Arthur & Edith (Marshall) Peter, (Humphrey)Marshall Peter, Arthur J. Peter…

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Correspondence of Elliott C. Porter to Jennie Green. 1951-1962. 50 items.

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Correspondence of Margaret (Richmond) Ritenour and John C.Richmond to Jennie Green. 1896-1939. 23…

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Correspondence of Anne Elizabeth Robertson, Blanche (E.)Robertson, Lucy T. Robertson & J. R. Layman…

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Correspondence of Rosa (Robinson) Barret & Preston JohnstonRobinson to Jennie Green. 1943-1955. 37…

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Correspondence of Louise (Smith) Boyd & Mary (Smith) Holbrookto Jennie Green. 1926-1962. 88 items.

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Correspondence of Nancy (Smith) Snyder; Simon & Marion (H.)Smith to Jennie Green. 1928-1959. 47…

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Special Correspondents to Jennie Green, Smith-Walker.1894-1962. 392 items.

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Correspondence of Shell R. Smith to Jennie Green. 1894-1933. 21 items.

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Correspondence of Mildred Sparrow to Jennie Green. 1944-1960. 16 items.

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Correspondence of George & Grace Stanford, George Stanford & Katherine Morris to Jennie Green. 1937…

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Correspondence of J. Adger Stewart to Jennie Green. 1939-1944. 44 items.

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Correspondence of J. Adger Stewart to Jennie Green. 1945-1953. 51 items.

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Correspondence of Annie Mary Stone to Jennie Green. 1931-1953. 10 items.

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Correspondence of Louis William Stotesbury to Jennie Green.1922-1927. 17 items.

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Correspondence of Alice E. Trabue to Jennie Green. 1943-1957. 8 items.

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Correspondence of May Bodine (Walker) Keely to Jennie Green.1937-1949. 65 items.

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Correspondence of May Bodine (Walker) Keely to Jennie Green.1950-1954. 62 items.

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Correspondence of May Bodine (Walker) Keely & Lindsay(Walker) Crayton to Jennie Green. 1939-1962. 68…

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1891-Jun. 1944. 387 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1891-1902. 41 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1903-1907. 66 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1908-1915. 61 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1916-1931. 41 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1932-1939. 53 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1940-1942. 57 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1943-July 1944. 68 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. July 1944-1953. 472 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. July 1944-1946. 79 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1947-1948. 73 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1949. 59 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1950. 43 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1951. 72 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1952. 67 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1953. 79 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1954-1964. 517 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1954-1955. 84 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1956-1957. 114 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1958. 82 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1959. 61 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1960. 47 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. 1961-1964. 88 items.

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Miscellaneous correspondence to Jennie Green. n.d. 41 items.

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Miscellaneous notes & printed items - Jennie Green and family. 1866-1971. 161 items.

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Genealogical Notes - Scott and Green Families; Green Family Chart.n.d. 7 items.

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Miscellaneous clippings. 1867-1963. 32 items.

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Miscellaneous Cards, Bills & Addresses - France, Germany and Italy.1912. 34 items.

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Invitations, commencement and wedding cards. 1866-1949. 46 items.

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Memorial pamphlet - Henry Davis McHenry, Jr. 1887. 1 item.

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Centre College Commencement program. 1891. 1 item.

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Princeton Collegiate Institute - Recital & commencement programs.1895-1899. 5 items.

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Christ Church Cathedral (Louisville) Calendars. n.d., 1958-1963. 8 items.

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Sketch of Jennie Green? n.d. 1 item.

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Miscellaneous Items - Ration Book, Postcard - Naples Hotel, GoldenAnniversary Program Charles…

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Brown Family Genealogy - Filson Club article on Dr. PrestonW.Brown & Descendants, photocards - John…

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Miscellaneous biographical material for the Green Collection.1884-1971. 17 items.

  • Box 13, folder 12
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V: Account Books - Falls of Rough. 1855-1947. 66 items.

STORE ACCOUNTS. 1862-1871. 33 items.

  • Box 1-17

Ledger of store accounts. 13 1/2 inches; 544 pages. 1862-1871.

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Ledger of store accounts. 14 inches; 619 pages. 1869-1880.

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Daybook of store accounts. 16 1/2 inches; 713 pages 1864-1870.

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Ledger of store accounts. 13 1/2 inches; 460 pages. 1870-1874.

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Daybook of store accounts. 16 3/4 inches; 288 pages. 1871-1876.

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Daybook of store accounts. 17 inches; 480 pages. 1874-1881.

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Daybook of store accounts. 12 inches; 200 pages. 1876-1877.

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Daybook of store accounts. 11 1/2 inches; 200 pages. May-Sept. 1877.

  • Box 3, folder 5
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Daybook of store accounts. 16 1/2 inches; 800 pages. 1877-1880.

  • Box 4, folder 1
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Daybook of store accounts. 11 1/2 inches; approximately 200 pages. Jan.-April 1878.

  • Box 4, folder 2
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Daybook of store accounts. 14 1/2 inches; 190 pages. Jun to Oct. 1879.

  • Box 4, folder 3
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Daybook of store accounts. 15 inches 192 pages. 1879-1880.

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Daybook of store accounts. 15 inches; 192 pages. March-Sept. 1880.

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Invoice file. 15 inches; approximately 150 pages. 1878-1883.

  • Box 5, folder 1
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Journal of store accounts. 13 1/2 inches; 720 pages. 1880-1881.

  • Box 6, folder 1
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Journal of store accounts. 14 inches; 720 pages. 1881-1885.

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Journal of store accounts. 12 inches 259 pages. 1882-1883.

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Journal of store accounts. 12 3/4 inches; 600 pages. 1885-1887.

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Store inventories and goods wanted lists. 15 inches; 192 pages. 1886-1890.

  • Box 7, folder 3
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Journal of store accounts. 12 3/4 inches; 600 pages. 1887-1889.

  • Box 7, folder 4
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Journal of store accounts. 14 inches; 636 pages. 1889-1891.

  • Box 8, folder 1
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Journal of store accounts. 14 inches; 472 pages. 1893-1895.

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Merchandise ledger. 15 3/4 inches; 423 pages. 1890-1896.

  • Box 9, folder 1
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Store accounts. 15 1/2 inches; 472 pages. 1892-1893.

  • Box 10, folder 1
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Ledger of store accounts. 15 1/4 inches; 472 pages. 1893-1896.

  • Box 11, folder 1
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Journal of store accounts. 14 inches; 500 pages. 1895-1896.

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Journal of store accounts. 14 inches; 498 pages. 1896-1898.

  • Box 12, folder 1
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Ledger of store accounts. 13 inches; 352 pages. 1898-1900.

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Ledger of store accounts. 15 3/4 inches; 423 pages. 1908.

  • Box 13, folder 1
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Ledger of store accounts. 15 1/2 inches; 548 pages. 1909-1910.

  • Box 14, folder 1
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Ledger of store accounts. 15 1/2 inches; 544 pages. 1912-1913.

  • Box 15, folder 1
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Ledger of store accounts. 16 inches 431 pages. 1913-1914.

  • Box 16, folder 1
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Ledger of store accounts. 16 inches 545 pages. 1914-1915.

  • Box 17, folder 1
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CASH BOOKS. 1885-1933. 5 items.

  • Box 18

Cash book. 7 1/2 inches; 200 pages. 1885-1903.

  • Box 18, folder 1
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Cash book. 12 1/2 inches; 80 pages. 1885-1889.

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Cash book. 12 inches; 200 pages. 1889-1892.

  • Box 18, folder 3
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Cash book. 12 1/2 inches; 100 pages. 1892-1896.

  • Box 18, folder 4
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Cash book. 16 inches 152 pages. 1932-1933.

  • Box 18, folder 5
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ROUGH RIVER BANK. 1906-1956. 5 items.

  • Box 19-20

Index to individual ledger. 16 inches; 60 pages. n.d.

  • Box 19, folder 1
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Individual ledger. 18 inches 556 pages. 1906-1911.

  • Box 19, folder 2
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Deposit book. 17 inches; 207 pages. 1906-1911.

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Daily statements. 16 inches; approximately 200 pages. 1909-1911, 1954-1955.

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Remittance register. 17 1/2 inches; 80 pages. 1910-1912, 1955-1956.

  • Box 20, folder 3
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TOBACCO, SAW MILL, PRODUCE & GRISTMILL ACCOUNTS. 1855-1947. 10 items.

  • Box 21

Tobacco book. 12 1/4 inches; 136 pages. 1855-1881.

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Tobacco, farm accounts. 11 1/2 inches; approximately 100pages. 1870-1884.

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Tobacco and general accounts. 12 1/4 inches; 106 pages. 1871-1881.

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Sawmill accounts. 12 inches; 186 pages. 1896-1898.

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Sawmill and produce accounts. 12 inches; 162 pages. 1903-1906.

  • Box 21, folder 5
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Produce account book. 12 inches; 184 pages. 1918-1922.

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Journal of mill accounts. 12 1/4 inches; 100 pages. Jan.-July 1898.

  • Box 21, folder 7
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Journal of mill accounts. 12 1/4 inches; 94 pages. July-Dec.1898.

  • Box 21, folder 8
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Journal of mill accounts. 11 1/2 inches; 325 pages. 1899-1902.

  • Box 21, folder 9
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Ledger of accounts Falls of Rough Roller Mills. 10 1/4 inches; 152 pages. 1943-1947.

  • Box 21, folder 10
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HANDS LEDGERS. 1880-1892. 4 items.

  • Box 22-23

Hands ledger. 12 inches; 96 pages. 1880-1881.

  • Box 22, folder 1
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Hands ledger. 12 1/2 inches; 292 pages. 1883-1885.

  • Box 22, folder 2
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Hands ledger. 12 3/4 inches; 428 pages. 1891-1892.

  • Box 22, folder 3
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Hands ledger. 14 inches; 588 pages. 1888-1891.

  • Box 23, folder 1
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POST OFFICEACCOUNTS.1903-1930. 9 items.

  • Box 24-25

Register of money orders advices received. 12 3/4 inches; 8 pages. 1903-1907.

  • Box 24, folder 1
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Cash book domestic money order office. 12 3/4 inches; approximately 200 pages. 1908-1917.

  • Box 24, folder 2
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Money order register. 13 1/4 inches; 90 pages. 1914-1930.

  • Box 25, folder 1
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Money order register. 13 3/4 inches; 29 pages. 1921-1922.

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Money order register. 13 3/4 inches; approximately 100 pages. 1922-1923.

  • Box 25, folder 3
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Money order register. 13 3/4 inches; approximately 100 pages. 1923-1924.

  • Box 25, folder 4
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District post office cash book. 13 1/2 inches; approximately 100 pages. 1924-1927.

  • Box 25, folder 5
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Money order register. 13 3/4 inches; approximately 100 pages. 1928-1929.

  • Box 25, folder 6
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Money order register. 13 3/4 inches; approximately 100 pages. 1929-1930.

  • Box 25, folder 7
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