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              Item · 1899
              Part of George R. Smith Family fonds
              This item is a black and white photographic print of George R. Smith's store, located on Main Street, Acadia Mines, NS. Taken by C. W. Kelly, Truro, NS. The back is labelled "L. K. Smith, Londonderry, NS". 1999.50.90
              Account books
              Series · 1896-1905
              Part of George L. Monk fonds
              Series consists of three account books that reflect the retail transactions of Monk’s store. Two account books include indexes.
              Account books
              Series · 1916-1949
              Part of G. J. Leslie General Merchandise fonds
              Series forms part of the G. J. Leslie General Merchandise fonds and consists of loose pages from early account books as well as eighteen day books and three large ledger books documenting customer accounts and orders of goods. Some of the large ledger books contain loose receipts and order forms from suppliers and customers from various years. Also included are notes regarding the ledgers, some in correspondence with Robert Kim Stevens in 1998. The notes include personal background information on many of the people listed in the ledgers. Names include: James Andrews, Simon Boutilier, West. Boutilier, Uriah Boutilier, Frank Butler, Alfred R. Boutilier, Henry A. Boutilier, Herbert Gerrard, Samuel Boutilier, David Boutilier, Elias Boutilier, Jeremiah Boutilier, Henry Boutilier, John Power, George H. Connor, Alex Connor, Jamieson (Jim) Connor, Gaspar Hawse, Jack McCarty, Percy and Ruben Prest, Alfred Stewart, Albert White, Jack Josey, Henry Prest, Edward Hennebury, George G. Lawlor, Jonathan (J. R.) Hilchey, Mathew Boutilier, Alfred and Edd Henley, William H. Josey, Gordon Boutilier, Herbert Boutilier, Walter Hawse, Alfred Hubley, William Hawse, Nelson Boutilier, Sidney Patterson, Charles Harnish, Amos Harnish, John D. Boutilier, Davis S. Boutilier, Alfred R. Boutilier, Edward Sturmy, Amos Henley, Thomas Jackson, Alex Bollong, Frank Perry, Harry Cooper, William Hubley, James H. Josey, H. C. Leslie, William McKenzie, Frank Josey, James R. Myers, Alex Hilchie, Herbert Gerrard, Amos Henley, Archibald McCarthy, John Beaver, Archibald Borgal, Burton (Bert) Winters, George W. Josey, Lawrence Josey, Charles A. Power, Arthur Power, Ruben Power, William G. Power, George A. Connor, William Monk, Harry Monk, Isaac Prest, Simon Boutilier, Mary Lawlor, Frank McCarty, James Powell, Zachariah"Dock" Beaver, John Arch Power, Nathan Hubley, Charles W. Josey, Emmanuel Josey, Howard Bradley, Bruce Jackson, Jeremiah Beaver, Willis or Tommie Beaver, Alfred Henley, Robert Gerrard. Accession number: 2008.028
              Anderson family fonds
              Fonds · ca. 1863-1936
              Fonds consists of family and business records relating to the Anderson family of Sherbrooke, Guysborough County. Included are 4 ledgers and 2 accompanying indexes from A. Anderson & Sons, general merchants (ca. 1908 to 1936); business receipts, invoices, and statements relating to A. Anderson & Sons; personal correspondence, predominantly between Caroline MacKeen Anderson and her children, (ca. 1863 to 1907); photocopies of C.W. Anderson's report cards from Pictou Academy (1887-1888); records relating to the Anderson's shipping interests; teaching records of Caroline MacKeen Anderson and a school register for Sherbrooke section (1866-1867); several portraits of Anderson family members; and other miscellaneous records. 2020.017; 2020.029; 2020.031; 2020.037; 2020.038; 2020.059; 2022.006; 2022.016
              B.B. Barnhill fonds
              Fonds · 1883-1918
              Fonds consists of accounts of the Barnhill store including records of lumber sales, and one day book, with records regarding the settling of A. Barnhill's estate.
              Bent's Store fonds
              Fonds · 1832-1850
              Fonds consists of account ledger and day book which record information such as purchaser, items purchased and cost.
              This fonds contains a small volume of financial records relating to Charles Davison's grocery business in Hansport, Nova Scotia, including invoices, promissory notes and account statements. There is also a photograph of Davison and a copy of a letter written to his wife. MS-4-146