This account book (1894-1895) bears no reference to George Minor, but his authorship seems fairly certain, since three-fourths
of the customers listed herein are Collegeville area farmers. Collegeville customers included: William Brown; Fred T. Eaton;
Frederick Fetti; L.S. Foss; George S. Hall; J.W. Kerrick; A. Lawson; Timothy Minahen; Moses Prater; and, D.M. Walrod. Other
patrons of note included: Cyrus Moreing (Stockton) and Buck & Earl.
198 pp. ledger, no index
George F. Minor operated a blacksmith shop in Collegeville, a farming hamlet three miles east of
Stockton, Calif., between 1880 and 1900. Much of Minor's work activity seems to have involved the repair of grain harvesting
machinery and buggies.
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