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The collection contains three volumes of financial information about the operation of the Whitneyville Agency.
The journal, 1853-1860, is a daybook recording freight charges primarily for lumber and laths. Individuals and companies mentioned frequently include S.W. Pope and Co., William. E. Pennell, John F. Harmon, Humphrey Desmond, and James Miller.
The journal, 1857-1868, records financial information about stumpage, labor, wood sold, and general bills paid by the Whitneyville Agency.
The ledger, 1857-1885, lists accounts held by various people and companies, with expenditures and credits for lumber, groceries, equipment, labor, etc.
Business and Industry
Size of Collection
1 box (1 cubic foot)
Dates of Collection
1853-1885, bulk 1853-1868
SpC MS 0683
Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine, "Whitneyville Agency Records, 1853-1885" (2015). Finding Aids. Number 22.