Business and commerce

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  • The subject term business and commerce should be used with descriptions that relate to commercial and mercantile activity involving the exchange of the commodities, services of financial resources, retail business, services business, banking, individual business owners and operators, business related association and chambers of commerce.
  • DO NOT USE for not-for-profit enterprises

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Business and commerce

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Business and commerce

  • UF Companies
  • UF Corporations
  • UF Businesses
  • UF Commerce
  • UF Banks
  • UF Mercantile activity
  • UF Retail business

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317 Results for Business and commerce

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Thomas Johnson

  • CA UNB MG H 74
  • Fonds
  • 1819 - [183-]

This fonds is a daybook detailing Thomas Johnson's business transactions and activities from 6 January 1819 through 11 August 1826. He sold a variety of goods, including: pork, seed, corn, wheat, potatoes, timber, beans, cloth, buttons, panta...

Johnson, Thomas

Wry Family Fonds

  • CA THT IWFFonds
  • Fonds
  • [185-?] to 1997

Fonds contains photographs and textual records pertaining to the descendants of Isaac Wry, which were handed down to and kept by his great granddaughter, Pauline Mary (Alward) Spatz. Most of the content refers to Pauline, her parents John Bunyan a...

Egan Family & Home

Item is a photograph of the Egan family standing outside their home on Queen’s Road, Sackville, NB, which overlooks the site where the Enterprise Foundry now stands.

Mary Day Collection

  • CA THT 2006.18C
  • Collection
  • [189-?] to [before 1913]

Accession contains two photographs pertaining to the Enterprise Foundry Co. and one list of names corresponding to one of the photographs.

Anne & Richard Hicks Collection

  • CA THT 2008.13C
  • Collection
  • [189-?] -1922

Collection contains six photographs pertaining to the Dixon family including commercial buildings, school portraits, and one photograph of an unidentified group.

Female Employees of George E. Ford Store

Item is a photograph of the female employees of George E. Ford’s All Purpose Store which was located on Main Street, Sackville, NB.From left to right:First Row: Alice Wry (Cashier) who later became Mrs. T. A. Siddal, Lizzie Siddal (T. A.’s sister)...

Interior View of Cutting Room

Item is a photograph of the interior view of the cutting room showing two cutting machines and a hand cutting machine in foreground.The top half of a photograph of a woman holding flowers is located on verso. Bottom half of picture is located on i...

Paper Box Factory Cutting Room

Item is a photograph showing a section of the cutting room on the 1st floor of the Paper Box Factory.The bottom half of a photograph of a woman holding flowers is located on verso, which reads “Ada & white lilies”. Top half of picture is locat...

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