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   Container / Location    Title
 
Account books [series]:
NOTE: Most of the account books contain two types of entries: expenditures for groceries, household goods and supplies, clothing, drygoods, etc., in front of books; receipts mainly for glass blowing in back of books.

  1  
Glass blowing receipts; firm not named. No expenditures for household, etc. Birth dates of three children noted down; year of daughter's birth not same as on loose item in folder (1860?, 1861?).
  2  
John M. Moore & Company.
  3  
Moore Brothers. Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware, Boots & Shoes, Provisions, etc., Fislerville [later Clayton], N.J.
  4  
Moore Brothers.
  5  
Moore Brothers.
  6  
Moore Brothers.
  7  
Moore Brothers.
  8  
Moore Brothers.
  9  
Fisler & Morgan Company, groceries, etc.; Woodbury Glass Works, glass blowing.
  10  
Moore Brothers.
  11  
F.M. Pierce & Company.
  12  
Woodbury Glass Works. Glass blowing receipts only.
 
Other papers [series]:
  1  
Bills from tax collectors, doctors, dentists, jewelers, undertakers (n.d. May 3, 1882: casket, black merino shroud), confectioners, coal dealers, clothing stores, sewing machine salesman (Singer--$55), papering and painting, lumber, etc. Name DuBois appears on several bills or receipts--perhaps son-in-law.
  1  
Recipe for ham cure.
  1  
Remedy for rheumatism.
  1  
Note giving birth day of the three Silver Children (1857, 1861 [?], 1863).
  13  
Treasurer's book of Local Assembly No. 406; 4 pp. only filled. (This organization was the local of the glass bottle workers' union, National Trade Assembly #143 of the Knights of Labor. Pertinent corres. and Xeroxes from selected pp. of Proceedings on file in this folder.)
  2  
Payment vouchers (61 items, Nos. 25-85) authorizing Silver, as treasurer of the organization, to pay stated sum to a certain person, in most cases, George P. Pierce.
  2  
4 loose sheets of calculations and notes concerning dues and assessments.
  2  
Receipt.
 
10 bills.