|Object Name||account book|
|Scope & Content||
REMARKS:The volume contains the accounts of Whitsett, Thorpe, and Rowley sawmill, including a record of a worker's time. J.J. Whitsett had a lumber business in Roseburg. The book appears to have been re-used by another party, possibly a member of the Nichols family, to record personal accounts. The writer may have been an attorney.
|Creator||Whitsett, Thorpe, and Rowley; J.J. Whitsett; Roseburg, OR|
|Title||Whitsett, Thorpe, and Rowley Account Book|
|Collection||ARCHIVES AND MANUSCRIPTS|