The Craig & Kenneson ledger (548 pages) contains financial accounts for goods sold by the general store in Quincy, New Hampshire, between 1907 and 1910. The ledger contains the store's accounts with individuals, usually identified by their first and middle initials and surname, for a wide range of products, including dry and fresh groceries and manufactured items. Entries include the prices for each individual item, as well as the total amount of a customer's purchases, reflecting the cost of living. In addition to traditional products such as tobacco, baking ingredients, meat, and other foodstuffs, the ledger records purchases of numerous other goods, including medicinal powders and tablets, chemical compounds such as nitre and "Paris Green," farming tools, replacement parts, ladies' hose and "arctics," and stationery. Several entries document now-extinct brands. Though most customers were men, some of the accounts show purchases by women, frequently the wives of local residents.