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Record No: mha00000231
Title: Job Brothers and Company Ledger
Dates: 1856-1882
Location: Mic.2-5-4-11 MHA
Creator: Job Brothers and Company.
Extent: 1 part reel of microfilm.
Source of Supplied Title: Title based on description.
Adm. Hist/Bio. Sketch: Originating in Devon, the Job family established a prominent business operating at St. John's and Liverpool, England, through the 19th and 20th centuries. They were involved in importing goods, exporting fish, sealing, mining, timber and manufacturing.
Scope and Content: Miscellaneous data concerning various Job business interests mainly in St. John's, including seal manufacturing, cod fish exports, store cash returns, shareholders' lists, labour accounts, tomb stone inscriptions and a dinner invitation of Stephen Rendell to Government House.
Reproduction Note: Filmed from the original documents held at the National Archives of Canada, MG 24, D 37.
Terms Governing Use: Copyright held by the National Archives of Canada.
Associated Material: MHA Job Family Papers, Coll-022. Other collections of papers relating to the Job family are held at the Centre for Newfoundland Studies Archives and the Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Finding Aids: MHA finding aid 21
Subject: Sealing.
Subject: Fishery Newfoundland.
Subject: Cemetery Records.
Subject: Ledgers.
Authors_Personal Name: Rendell, Stephen, 1819-1893.


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