Music Hall Company of New York: Accounting Ledgers

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The Music Hall Company of New York was the administrative body of Carnegie Hall from 1891 to 1925. The full collection includes correspondence between Howard Russell Butler (the first president of Carnegie Hall) and Andrew Carnegie, documents on Hall administration from 1891 to 1919, and original Music Hall Company stock certificates signed by Carnegie, Butler, and other officers of the company. This subset of the collection specifically highlights the Accounting Ledgers, which were used to track dates and expenses from 1891 to 1925.
Music Hall Company of N.Y. Accounting Ledger Index: Volume 2, 1889-1898

Music Hall Company of N.Y. Accounting Ledger Index: Volume 2, 1889-1898

9 pages: 0% indexed, 0% transcribed, 33% needs review
Music Hall Company of N.Y. Accounting Ledger: Volume 1, 1889-1898

Music Hall Company of N.Y. Accounting Ledger: Volume 1, 1889-1898

3 pages: 0% indexed, 0% transcribed, 100% needs review
Music Hall Company of N.Y. Accounting Ledger: Volume 5, 1915-1931

Music Hall Company of N.Y. Accounting Ledger: Volume 5, 1915-1931

5 pages: 20% indexed, 40% transcribed, 20% needs review
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