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Merchants

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Coleman and Coleman mercantile records

 Collection
Identifier: W-0051
Overview Two ledgers documenting sales made at the Coleman, Hearst, and Company mercantile, also named Coleman and Coleman, located in Richmond, Alabama, in the 1860s.
Dates: 1861-1862

Ferdinand Masendorff financial notebook

 Collection
Identifier: W-0039
Overview Financial notebook includes lists of prices and shipping rates for items such as cotton, sugar, coffee and corn, as well as lists of currency exchange rates, United States cotton production rates, and Mobile cotton brokers.
Dates: 1849-1861

Mobile, Alabama, business correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: W-0098
Overview Letters, dated between 1821 and 1838, describing business conditions in Mobile, Alabama, written by Mobile lawyers to northern merchants Enoch Silsby and William R. Bowers, updating them on the status of legal cases they had filed in Mobile and updates on the sale and production of cotton.
Dates: 1821-1838

Joseph Murrell letterbook

 Collection
Identifier: W-0084
Overview Letterbook containing the correspondence of Mobile cotton broker Joseph Murrell, dated from June to October 1861.
Dates: 1861

Cameron McRae Plummer book list

 Collection
Identifier: W-0087
Overview Contains a list of books compiled by Haunted House Book Shop owner Cameron McRae Plummer.
Dates: 1950-1961

T. B. Rush general store daybook

 Collection
Identifier: W-0107
Overview Contains almost daily entries written between April 1835 and July 1836, recording daily sales at a general store in Mount Willing, Alabama.
Dates: 1835-1836

T. J. Scott and Sons letters

 Collection
Identifier: W-0130
Overview Two letters written by farmers in Hayneville, Alabama, to Montgomery merchants T. J. Scott and Sons. The 1904 letters describe the sale of mules and ask for refunds from the company, which provided defective livestock.
Dates: 1904