Ledgers (account books)
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Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 2/286
Scope and Contents Notes taken by James Oliver, 1829, on lectures at Rutgers Medical College. Includes notes on David Hosack on institutes and practice of medicine, William MacNeven on materia medica, and Valentine Mott on surgery. Also includes ledger of Ulster Co., N.Y., farm accounts, 1853-1861.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1829 - 1861; Majority of material found within 1861
Identifier: MSS 2/284
Scope and Contents Volume documenting medical practice of Job Leonard in Windham Co., Vt., 1814-1821; some accounts settled as late as 1823. Begins in ledger format, then changes to daybook format in Dec. 1817. Lists patient name, reason for visit, prescriptions, and settlement of accounts. Includes supplementary folder of receipts and miscellaneous financial papers, 1818-1843.
Dates: 1814 - 1843; Majority of material found within 1814 - 1821
Identifier: MSS 2/058
Scope and Contents Notebook documenting John R. Diller’s education at Jefferson Medical College, 18671868, and finances of practice in Emmaus, Pa., 18681885. Material from Jefferson (pp. 137) includes notes on J. M. DaCosta on clinical medicine; Samuel D. Gross on surgery; John B. Biddle on materia medica; and Ellerslie Wallace on obstetrics. Also includes treatments and prescriptions. Notebook also contains Diller’s financial records including ledger, 1868-1870, and summary monthly cash accounts,...
Dates: 1867 - 1885
Identifier: MSS 2/051
Scope and Contents Financial ledger of John G. Metcalf for practice in Mendon, Mass., and surrounding Worcester County, 18441883. Includes payments in goods or services and occasional notes on inability to pay due to poverty or death. Several patients served and died in Civil War, including Samuel Everton (p. 143) "starved to death by the Rebels at Andersonville, Ga." in 1864. Includes occasional accounts with Town of Mendon for Metcalf’s services as treasurer and for visiting schools.Index to names...
Dates: 1844 - 1883
Identifier: MSS 2/269
Scope and Contents The papers of John H. Brinton, spanning 1853 to 1896, consist of a ledger, patient visiting lists, general business papers, and a letterbook. These papers span more than forty years of Brinton's medical career; especially well documented in the collection are Brinton's years as a Civil War surgeon and Superintendent and Director of General Hospitals in Nashville, Tennessee. Series 1 contains a ledger from Brinton's early practice. The ledger, spanning 1853 to 1859, contains...
Dates: 1853 - 1896
Identifier: CPP 5/003-01
Scope and Contents The collection contains three ledgers, 1883-1908, maintained by the Treasurer of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, containing the College's account current of its income and expenditures as well as accounts of the Building Fund, Permanent Fund, special Library book funds, and mortgages. An index to account names is included in each volume. The 1901-1908 ledger also contains brief notes on the establishment and intent of the s~ecial funds. One folder of letters received by Richard H....
Dates: 1883 - 1908
Identifier: MSS 2/068
Scope and Contents Volume documenting medical practice of Peter Turner in East Greenwich, Kent County, R.I., and surrounding area, 17901794. Some accounts settled as late as 1812. Ledger lists charges, prescriptions, and payments often made with goods or services. Many later entries made by Peter Turner’s son, Henry E. Turner. Entries often include brief information on individual patients’ occupation, race, progress. and consultations with other physicians. Ledger lacks several pages, including 1-2, 110-120;...
Dates: 1790 - 1794
Identifier: MSS 2/053
Scope and Contents Financial ledger of unnamed physician, practicing in Wiltshire, England, 18301832. Accounts with individuals in Melksham, Seend, Broughton, and Beanacre, and parishes of Seend and Melksham for care of poor charged to parish, and accounts for boys’ school. Most charges for prescriptions. Last pages contain accounts of dressmaker, possibly named Miss King, 1855-1863.
Dates: 1830 - 1832
Identifier: MSS 2/216
Scope and Contents Ledger documenting medical practice of physician R. H. Patterson in Somerset Co., Pa., from 1844 to 1849. Each account contains chronological list of charges and payments; several accounts remained unsettled until 1852. Many patients identified by profession or relationship to other individuals. Ledger also includes notes on volumes loaned to other physicians by R. H. Patterson.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1844 - 1849
Identifier: MSS 2/084
Scope and Contents Volume documents Samuel Booth Sturgis’ medical practice and work as proprietor and physicianinchief at Foot Hills Sanitorium, Lenoir, N.C., 19151917. Each account entry contains reason for visit, charge, and payment received. Many patients identified by profession; index to account names included. Related bills and prescriptions inserted. Several visits made in consultation with Sturgis’ wife, Margaret Castex Sturgis, a gynecologist. Notes in ledger indicate volume was superceded by patient...
Dates: 1915 - 1917