|Dates of Creation||July 1891 - May 1893|
Daybook with multi-coloured hardcover and brown leather spine. "D" written in black on spine. This was likely created by Edward Adams who was a retail grocer in Walkerton, Ontario.
Pasted on inside front cover is the following "I the undersigned ... do hereby ... transfer, assign and set over to and unto Thomas Dixon of Walkerton the annexed book of accounts and all the debts, claims and demands therein mentioned or referred to ... this 18th day of July 1893" signed E.A. Adams, witnessed by W.A. Perdue [Edward Adams? and William Perdue? who are both listed as retail grocers in Walkerton on the 1891 census.]
The daybook lists, by day, the names of customers and items purchased, such as soap, brushes, groceries, and tobacco.
|Admin/Biographical History||In the 1891 census, Edward Adams is listed as a retail grocer in Walkerton, Ontario.|
|Physical Description||1 volume ; 41.5 x 21 x 5.5 cm|
|Level of Description||Item|