Folder 1 1810-1819
25 April 1810 Mr. Rapp purchases items including 6 willow from Ann Hancock of Philadelphia.
Folder 2 1820-1829
18 Aug. 1822 Bill of lading for the Rebecca laying anchor in Philadelphia
1820-1829 Various receipts including one for John Townsend
for payment of tuition and board for his daughter to M.D. Fretageot, 18 June 1822.
21 Oct. 1825 Memorandum of papers notes accounts given into the hands of R. L Baker [member of the Harmony Society]. This list was sent to Indiana by R. L. Baker. It is likely accounts still due the Harmonists when the left New Harmony to return to Philadelphia.
30 Nov. 1826 Robert Owen allowing R. L. Baker to draw rents now due on lands allowed to in the agreement made by Frederick Rapp and to dispose of them a dispose of them as he thinks fit for as Owen says “I do not consider myself entitled to interfere in these transactions.”
24 Oct. 1826 Memorandu of papers taken to Indiana by R. L. Baker. Includes Robert Owen’s bond due May 27 for $20,000
10 Oct. to 9 Nov. 1828 Tyler Fauntleroy & Co. Accounts.
31 [Jan.] 1829 Cargo list of items shipped from New Harmony bound for New Orleans.
3 Mar. 1829 Notes taken on pork and corn in 1828 and remaining in hand [unpaid].
1830-1840 Various receipts including some from the office of the Disseminator and various accounts.
6 July 1835 Receipt for 79 barrels of whiskey shipped from the port of New Harmony for New Orleans by William Owen and Virgil Soper.
1840-1849 Various receipts and accounts
16 May 1841 Bill of lading for steamboat Rialto for goods from
New Harmony to Lafayette.
24 May, 1846 Bill of lading for steamboat Argo from Evansville to New Harmony.
1850-1859 Various receipts and accounts.
17 Sept. 1859 Statement of Accounts as between Robert Dale
Owen and Jane Dale Fauntleroy, David Dale Owen and Richard Owen.
1860-1869 Various receipts and accounts including packet receipts for steamboats making daily short runs from Evansville.
1870-1874 Various receipts
13 May, 1874 One side is a copy of the offering of [New Harmony
by] Harmony Society to Robert Owen with the acceptance statement of Robert Owen. The back side has the promise of the town of New Harmony to care for the “German graveyard” for the use of the Harmonist property where the brick church stood for a school.