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

Equivalent terms

Business and commerce

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

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317 Archival description results for Business and commerce

317 results directly related Exclude narrower terms

Lumber Account Book

  • Item
  • 1882 - 1906

An account book kept by John T. Murphy and his son, James Hunter Murphy. This book contains business records from their work in the lumber industry in Kings County.

Ledger 1

The first ledger belonging to Roy Douglas Wetmore. It contains sales records from his work as a blacksmith. Its last page contains a fruit cake recipe written by Wetmore's wife.

Ledger 2

The second ledger belonging to Roy Douglas Wetmore. It contains sales records from his work as a blacksmith.

Ledger 4

The fourth ledger belonging to Roy Douglas Wetmore. It contains sales records from his work as a blacksmith.

Ledger 3

The third ledger belonging to Roy Douglas Wetmore. It contains sales records from his work as a blacksmith. This ledger's front and back covers are riddled with doodles and odd notes by Wetmore.

Blacksmith Ledgers

This fonds contains sales record books from Roy Douglas Wetmore's work as a blacksmith in Kings County.

Roy Douglas Wetmore

  • Fonds
  • 1882 - 1972

This fonds contains sales record books from Roy Douglas Wetmore's work as a blacksmith in Kings County.

Colter family

  • CA PANB MC66
  • Fonds
  • 1829-1916, predominant, 1871-1916

The fonds contains primarily the business records of Alexander Colter and his son, George Colter. There are bonds received and issued, mortgages, election clippings, bank balances, commercial and legal records, and personal letters, including a few from George's son, Ashley. There are some small notebooks containing miscellaneous accounts, a surveyor's notes and diary entries. There is also a set of McKillop's "Commercial and Legal Record," a circular published weekly in Saint John from 1894-1896. An account book for an unknown business concern, probably a sawmill, dated 1829-1845, is also included.

Colter (family)

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