Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Edwin F. and Paul S. Rice Papers are a collection of two farmer brothers of Akron Township, Peoria County, Illinois. From 1913 to 1954, the office oftownship treasurer was held by either one or the other brother. They were joint owners of Rice Brothers Farm,Princeville.The collection includes township treasurer account books, school district records, ballots, poll books and farm accounts.The collection documents township education expenses and the financial records of the Ricebrothersâ...
Dates: Created: 1848-1972
Scope and Contents Gallus Ruegg (c. 1845-1914) was a bookkeeper who immigrated to the United States from Switzerland in 1869. Ruegg lived in Butschwil, Switzerland before he came to Hoboken, New Jersey in August 1869. He moved to Chicago, Illinois in September of the same year, where he was joined by his brother Paul. Paul Ruegg struggled to find work in Chicago and instead moved to Nebraska in December 1869, and Gallus followed several months later. By the 1880s, Gallus Ruegg had moved to California, living in...
Dates: 1869 - 1870
Collection — Box 89
Scope and Contents Journal kept while traveling from Philadelphia to Illinois and Michigan on business. Traveled through New York, Ohio, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan, giving descriptions of his mode of travel, sights and experiences along the way. Also includes a daily listing of accounts for transportation, lodging, food and other expenses.
Dates: Created: October 1836 - June 1837
Collection — Box 86
Abstract Alton, Illinois hardware store incorporated in 1884 and owned by Hugh Kirkwood Johnston (1844), who had emigrated from Scotland in 1853 with his father and siblings. After he completed school, Johnston worked in gas and steam fittings for three years until he became a blacksmith. He worked at this until he enlisted in Company K, 97th Illinois Infantry on July 25, 1862. He served throughout the Civil War and was mustered out as a Sergeant-Major in July 1865. He returned to work as a blacksmith...
Dates: Created: 1884-1960
Collection — Box 89
Scope and Contents Account book gives monthly listing of business or person money paid to and how much. Monthly listing for those who bought merchandise and amount paid. Some months have lists of merchandise sold in a department that month with amount received for it.
Dates: Created: 1923 - 1925
Collection — Box 90
Scope and Contents Journal, 1820, kept on a journey from Boston to Illinois and eastern Missouri. Copies of letters sent to stock holders and clients regarding Illinois land titles and company business with references to the Illinois State Bank, Internal Improvements Act of 1837, New Revenue Bill of 1839, Wabash and Erie Canal, and the Alton, Wabash and Erie Railroad. Letters to Ninian Edwards, Philander Chase, John Palmer, Stephen T. Logan, and Orville H. Browning. Approximately 460 letters. Also has Tillson's...
Dates: Created: 1833 - 1842
Collection — Box 103
Collection — Box 96
Scope and Contents Account book listing assets of store which Horace Mason Howard (Wells's brother) sold to Sullivan Howard (Wells's father) on October 1, 1861, also poetry and other writings by Wells on later pages; newspaper clippings and obituary about Wells.
Dates: Created: 1861 - 1948
Abstract Oliver Perry Hunt was a lawyer, farmer, teacher and soldier. Admitted to the bar in Indiana, he later moved to Tuscola, Illinois, where he taught school and practiced law. Then he married Eliza McDowell and began to farm. In 1862 he helped organize Company K of the 125th Illinois Volunteer Infantry. He was also active in local politics as a registered Democrat. Collection contains military papers, correspondence, minute books, fee books, account books, legal documents and blueprints...
Dates: Created: 1860-1937; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1986