Income ledgers (1910-1912); general ledgers (1914-1940); contingent fund and revolving fund ledgers (1911-1922); and financial
reports (1938-1957). The early historical account ledgers provide many clues to the activities of the campus from its earliest
establishment as the University Farm. Several examples of entries include the Library's purchase of "Revue de Viticulture"
in 1910 and the University's purchase of silkworm eggs from a firm in Tokyo in 1914.
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