Ledger of an unknown individual in Carlisle, Nicholas County, Kentucky, 1857-1858. The ledger seems to be from a livery stable as there are many entries about boarding horses and rental of horses or buggies. The ledger includes names of customers and suppliers as well as the amount of each transaction and in some cases the name of the horse being boarded.
A scrapbook (1879-1881) has been pasted over many pages. This appears to be the scrapbook of a teenaged girl and the only clue to ownership is a Reward of Merit for Rosa Summers. At the back of the volume several hand-written recipes have been glued onto the pages.