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Finding aid of the Oregon Ledger
MSS 089  
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Business ledger used by several different groups and individuals in various Oregon cities (1867-1888). Occidental Meat Market daybook (Portland, Or., 1867; Albany, Or., 1868; unspecified location, 1876) occupies pages 1-96, 336, 349-350, 355. Douglas County School District no. 50 (Cleveland, Or.) school board minutes (1872-1888) occupy pages 97-138. Cleveland Lodge no. 175 of Good Templars (Cleveland, Or.) minutes occupy pages 164, 169, 171-184, and 262-265.
Occidental Market, operated by G.V. Marshall and Louis Jantzen, sold wholesale meats first in Portland, then in Albany, Or. (1867-1876). Their principal customers were hotels and restaurants. Douglas County (Or.) School District no. 50 operated Cleveland School in hamlet of Cleveland (1872-1888). School had forty-eight pupils (1884). Cleveland Lodge no. 175 of Good Templars was local chapter of a temperance organization with both male and female members (1872-1873.
0.5 linear feet
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