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  • Hiram Capron Account Book, 1841-1847
    TextImage       This account book documents Capron’s business dealings during the period of 1841 – 1847, with some entries as late as 1850. The bulk of the book contains the names of individuals to whom Capron had paid money or goods for services, or lent money, and lists of their transactions with ...
    TextImage     This account book documents Capron’s business dealings during the period of 1841 – 1847, with some entries as late as 1850. The bulk of the book contains the names of ...
  • Unbound Hiram Capron Ledger, 1832-1859
    TextImage       This ledger documents much of Capron's business from the 1830s to as late as the 1860s, organized by name and date. It includes an index at the beginning with the names of the people with whom he did business. It also includes a list of Capron's "bad debts," and lists ...
    TextImage     This ledger documents much of Capron's business from the 1830s to as late as the 1860s, organized by name and date. It includes an index at the beginning with the ...
  • Hiram Capron Account Book, 1828-1831
    TextImage       This account book, or ledger, documents all of Capron’s business during this early period. The bulk of the book contains the names of individuals to whom Capron had paid money or goods for services, or lent money and lists of their transactions with him. This provides a detailed account of ...
    TextImage     This account book, or ledger, documents all of Capron’s business during this early period. The bulk of the book contains the names of individuals to whom Capron had paid money ...
  • Hiram Capron Ledger Excerpt
    TextImage       These four pages from one of Capron’s ledgers demonstrate some of his financial affairs and interests during the 1850s and 1860s. It includes lists of his land sales; the population of Paris, with a rough geographical sketch; his “bad debts;” and his taxes from 1852 through 1864.
    TextImage     These four pages from one of Capron’s ledgers demonstrate some of his financial affairs and interests during the 1850s and 1860s. It includes lists of his land sales; the population ...
  • Store Ledger, Customer Account Book 1844-1847
    TextImage       This account book documents the transactions of an early Paris store with its customers, organized by customer name. The exact identity of the store is unknown. While the writing is not his, the store may have belonged to Hiram Capron. The page numbering in this volume appears to be continuing ...
    TextImage     This account book documents the transactions of an early Paris store with its customers, organized by customer name. The exact identity of the store is unknown. While the writing is ...
  • Hiram Capron Day Book Letter H (Account Book, 1833-1841)
    TextImage       This account book documents all of Capron’s business during the period of March 16, 1833 to April 5, 1841. The bulk of the book contains the names of individuals to whom Capron had paid money or goods for services, or lent money and lists of their transactions with him. It ...
    TextImage     This account book documents all of Capron’s business during the period of March 16, 1833 to April 5, 1841. The bulk of the book contains the names of individuals to ...
  • Hiram Capron or Norman Hamilton Miniature Account Book, 1866-68
    TextImage       This diminutive account book contains lists of transactions running approximately from 1866 to 1868. The inside of the back cover contains some unrelated miscellaneous information, such as George Washington's dates of birth and death. The creator is not definitively known. The label on the front proposes that Norman Hamilton may ...
    TextImage     This diminutive account book contains lists of transactions running approximately from 1866 to 1868. The inside of the back cover contains some unrelated miscellaneous information, such as George Washington's dates ...
  • Norman Hamilton Account Book, 1850-1874
    TextImage       This account book, or ledger, documents the business of Norman Hamilton, one of the earliest prominent businessmen in Paris alongside Hiram Capron. Hamilton operated a grist-mill, plaster mill, and a booming whiskey business. His business affairs are documented in this ledger. Its contents span the years from 1850 through 1874. ...
    TextImage     This account book, or ledger, documents the business of Norman Hamilton, one of the earliest prominent businessmen in Paris alongside Hiram Capron. Hamilton operated a grist-mill, plaster mill, and a ...
  • Inventory of Hiram Capron’s Lands
    TextImage       This brief note contains a listing of Capron’s land holdings in 1867 and an estimate of their values. He notes that “several small pieces of lots [are] not counted.” He valued his land at $77,300. The reverse lists the value of a number of bank notes.
    TextImage     This brief note contains a listing of Capron’s land holdings in 1867 and an estimate of their values. He notes that “several small pieces of lots [are] not counted.” He ...
  • Indenture of Water Privilege between Hiram Capron & Hugh Finlayson
    TextImage       This indenture confers water privileges on the raceway located near William Street. The sellers are listed as Hiram Capron and his wife, Mary Capron, and the buyers as Hugh Finlayson, James Montgomery, and George McVicar, owners of a tannery.
    TextImage     This indenture confers water privileges on the raceway located near William Street. The sellers are listed as Hiram Capron and his wife, Mary Capron, and the buyers as Hugh Finlayson, ...
  • Norman Hamilton Account Book, 1834-1867
    TextImage       This account book, or ledger, documents the business of Norman Hamilton, one of the earliest prominent businessmen in Paris alongside Hiram Capron. Hamilton operated a grist-mill, plaster mill, and a booming whiskey business. His business affairs are documented in this ledger. Its contents span the years from 1834 through 1867. ...
    TextImage     This account book, or ledger, documents the business of Norman Hamilton, one of the earliest prominent businessmen in Paris alongside Hiram Capron. Hamilton operated a grist-mill, plaster mill, and a ...
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Hiram Capron Collection