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Tobacco industry -- North Carolina

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Golden Belt Manufacturing Company ledger and aerial photograph

Identifier: NCC-0086
Scope and Contents The Golden Belt Manufacturing Company ledger details the accounting of the first years of the company, while it was still a part of the Bull Durham Tobacco factory. According to the first page of the ledger, it is "An itemized statement of the Resources and Liabilities of the Golden Belt Manufacturing Company organized this day by authority of letters issued and Charter granted by the Clerk of the Superior Court of Durham County, NC," dated August 16, 1887. The final page of the ledger is...
Dates: 1887 - 1891; circa 1940

Theodore S. and Maude Heflin papers

Identifier: NCC-0095
Abstract The Theodore S. and Maude Heflin Papers span 1917 to 1929. Theodore Heflin, a World War I veteran, worked for Liggett and Myers Tobacco Company and his wife Maude Heflin worked as a teacher in Durham. In addition to documenting her letters to him during the two years prior to marrying, the collection illustrates 1920s examples of insurance coverage for veterans, business correspondence for a tobacco sales employee, Durham retailers' payment records, personal banking records, Durham city tax...
Dates: 1917 - 1929; Majority of material found within 1925 - 1929

Rose Brothers Engineers letter

Identifier: NCC-0247
Scope and Contents

The collection contains what appears to be a mimeograph copy of a typed two-page January 11, 1899 letter from Rose Brothers, Engineers in Gainsborough, England to R.H. Wright, Esq. in London.

Dates: 1899-01-11