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Account ledger of A. Korn Company

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Identifier: 87-29
Abstract Account ledger includes name of client, address, and date and price of goods purchased.

Austin Meat Market Records

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Identifier: NC26
Abstract Customers' accounts include lists of goods purchased and amounts owed and paid.

The Bender Family: One Hundred Years of Influence in Reno's Commercial Fields

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Identifier: NC595
Abstract Student paper on the history of the Bender family in Nevada and California with emphasis on their business interests.

Bill on Letterhead

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Identifier: 88-13
Abstract Bill to the public school for painting job performed by the company. The collection contains material from 1877 created by the Jewett and Miller Organizantion.

Account book for Carson Screen Works Company

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Identifier: NC232
Abstract Cash account book lists names of customers, purchases, payments, and transaction dates.

Footlight Press Printing Specimens

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Identifier: 83-20
Overview Samples of Footlight Press' work for Virginia City customers, including advertisements, invitations, calling cards, and tickets. Material from 1877-1878.

Articles of incorporation for Hofman and Woenne Company

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Identifier: 89-90
Abstract Articles of incorporation state address of company, purposes of the business, names of owners, and amount of stock owned by each.

Max Meyer and Company Collection

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Identifier: NC1366
Overview The Max Meyer & Co. was a mercantile business located in Goldfield, Nevada. The collection contains one photograph and an invoice of the company from 1907.

Thomas McCourt Records

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Identifier: NC39
Abstract Account ledger for McCourt's business includes names of creditors, goods purchased and amount paid; also payments received.

Nevada business records

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Identifier: 87-22
Abstract Primarily financial bills and receipts for goods and services from various Nevada businesses such as printers, railroads, general merchants, and iron workers.