Merchants -- Louisiana -- New Orleans
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
A receipt book of Benjamin Couvertie, a dry goods merchant at 45 Ursulines Street. Most of entries note only the amount received with the signature of the recipient.
The pressed copy letterbook contains the outgoing correspondence of Carl Thomas Stockmeyer, a commission merchant in New Orleans. The letters are to customers and business contacts in the United States and in Europe, which relates to such matters as orders, shipments and sight drafts.
Invoice of tobacco and hides shipment on the brig Rebecca; George Barons, master. It is signed Daniel Clark, 1795 July 2. There is also one typescript of provenance dated 1898 November 9.
Financial journal of a New Orleans firm selling a variety of merchandise, specializing in wines and liquors. Volume includes lists of customers and transactions. The name of the firm is unknown.
This collection is artificial and contains business correspondence, personal correspondence, bank drafts, receipts, bills of lading, court settlement papers, newspapers clippings, a journal article, pictoral material, many unrelated manuscripts, as well as xerox copies of other documents. There are bills of sale for land and slaves, a music copy book, and recipes for different preparations for making liquors.
Account Book of the New Orleans commission merchant firm of Morgan Dorsey & Co. Firm served as a forwarding and collection agency, accepting products from the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys and shipping to eastern U.S. ports and England.