Cather & Brown Books
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection contains much of the business correspondence and records of the Bessemer Coal, Iron and Land Company, including lists of stock holders, minutes of meetings, maps of mine sites, and correspondence with government entities.
Abstract Ledger of shipping records including destinations, prices and kinds of coal, dates, etc.
Overview One ledger that records the association's meetings from 1913-1916.
Abstract Part of the program and text of the 1940 annual banquet of the Birmingham Real Estate Board, held on 16 January 1941.
Dates: 1941 January 16
Overview A collection of financial records, membership rolls, church directories, and the floor plan of this Methodist church in Birmingham, Alabama.
Overview Journals, day books, and cash books for Coleman and Company.
Overview A collection of records of Crumpler's general store in Sylacauga, Alabama, and of his activities as justice of the peace.
Abstract Record book for store located in either Grove Hill, Clarke County, Alabama, or Mobile, Alabama.
Overview This collection consists of correspondence that discusses labor union issues.
Overview Records of this Birmingham, Alabama, accounting firm
Overview A ledger and cash book.
Overview Contains the records of this clothing company including: papers on the correct measurement styles and clothing type for menswear, safety manual, audit records, and transaction booklet.
Overview Brochures for the Pla-Gem Steel Furniture Company of Cullman, Alabama, selling children.s steel gym sets.
Overview Brochures from the late 1950s for Arlington House wrought iron furniture
Abstract A single letterbook containing copies of Gurley, Alabama businessman Walter H. Powers's outgoing correspondence, March-October 1938
Abstract A business ledger maintained by Joseph Silva from Montgomery, Alabama, between 1880-1889.
Dates: 1880 - 1889
Overview Legal papers related to property, as well as personal and business letters
Abstract A January 1927 letter by W. C. Strong of Mobile, Alabama, recounting the circumstances surrounding the death of Robert F. Bell, Jr., an employee of the Munson Steam Ship Company docks who died on the job in late 1926.
Overview Contains the plans, letters, lists of supplies needed, and other personal notes of J.D. Sutter, a landscape contractor in Birmingham, Alabama, from the late 1920s through the 1950s.