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Account of goods purchased by Christian from Myers plus her rent, against salt obtained by Myers from Christian's saltworks, settling August 15, 1787. Goods include corn, flour, whiskey, ludestring, gauze, chopped rye, pork, beef, tallow, hay, and…
Account of sales of the estate of John Lyon and the hiring out of his enslaved people, including their names.
Business agreement between Thomas Bodley and Thomas Thompson in which Bodley allows some caves on his property in Greenup County to be mined as long as he receives one-third of the saltpeter excavated.
Bill from Lexington merchant Robert Parker to Mrs. Annie Christian for purple calico, light ground chintz, brocaded tiffney, fustian, coarse linen, essence of Bergamot, and Peruvian bark. Note indicates that some items are not yet in.
Broadside entitled "Some Notices of Kentucky, Particularly of its chief town, Lexington," 28 August 1828
Broadside written by Mathew Carey of Philadelphia under the pseudonym of Hamilton. He briefly outlines the development of Lexington, commenting on its educational and cultural institutions, its churches, businesses, economy and trade. Louisville and…
James Fontaine, Attorney for Mrs. Christian, agreement with James Asturgus regarding his family's support; three fourths covered by Christian, one fourth by Asturgus for partnership. Mrs. Asturgus feeds workers and keeps boarding house. Christian…
Hiring out agreement between Thomas Marshall and Adam Beatty for an enslaved woman named Patsy, 1805
Hiring out agreement between Thomas Marshall and Adam Beatty for an enslaved woman named Patsy. Document mentions the price but also that he is required to supply her with specific items of clothing.
Front view of marble statue of Hermes, Enid's final project for the Art Academy of Cincinnati.