Anchorage Grocery Company Ledger,1909-1912
- Anchorage Grocery Company Ledger,1909-1912
- Anchorage Grocery Company
- 1 v. (500 p.); 41 X 28 cm. box, .5 c.f.
- Account books--Kentucky--Anchorage
- Grocery trade--Kentucky--Anchorage
- Jefferson County, KY
- Wood, William Harlan
- Finding Aid Author
- Kentucky Historical Society
- Biography / History
- Anchorage, Kentucky, was established in the 1840's when the Louisville and Frankfort Railroad laid tracks through the area. Located 12.25 miles east of the Louisville Courthouse, the area had become a fashionable suburb of that city by the turn of the nineteenth century.
- Scope and Content
- A store ledger, created and maintained by William Harlan Wood, for the Anchorage Grocery Company, during the time period, August 1909-March 1912. This ledger consists primarily of entries for food purchases, however some sundry purchases are also listed. The entries provide information on who purchased what, for how much, and on what date.
- See also collection 98SC236
- Arrangement: Chronological