This item contains entries in this Day Book start 08 Aug. 1914 and go to 28 Oct. 1916. Every page is used. The information lists people's names and a detailed list of their purchases with the costs and totals. Entries were marked paid and had pencil lines through them once paid. Ledger has been to PANB for cleaning and a special ledger box was made for it.
Entries in this Day Book start Nov. 1911 and go to 30 August 1914. Every page is used. The information lists people's names and a detailed list of their purchases with the costs and totals. Entries were marked paid and had pencil lines through them once paid. Ledger has been to PANB for cleaning and a special ledger box was made for it.
This item is a ledger. Written inside the front cover is : "Chas. H. Sisson & Wife, Providence Rhode Island 108 William St." The ledger was used by different people by the changes in handwriting and subject matter.
This log book contains entries from the voyage of the Brig. A. V. Goodham in 1862 from New York to St. Michaelina. In 1866 the book was used by Ruth Larkin as a scrapbook for poetry and notable quotations.
167 LOGBOOK OF VOYAGE OF THE BRIG. A. V. GOODHAM, 1862 many pages used as a SCRAPBOOK BY RUTH LARKIN, 1866
This ledger appears to have been used by multiple owners. The inside cover has "H. C. Seely, St. John, NB August, 1879" written. The beginning of the book has alphabetized pages with non Grand Manan names probably from the St. John business. Then the ledger was used from 1882-1889 for various accounts. Pages have been cut out of the book as well. Some of the Grand Manan connections are: Island Press, James Pettes 1885, Church of Ascension Accounts, Post Office, Sunday School 1904.
This ledger contains columns listing bills and credits to businesses that were supplying stock to a a grocery store from 1947 - 1955. In 1948, on page 192, there are entries for the purchase of dulse, an edible seaweed, from local workers called pickers who picked the dulse off the beach rocks at low tides and then dried it and sold it. Pages 207-408 are unused. The last page before the back cover has a few memorable quotations recorded.