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|Title:||Fairfield, New Jersey Distiller Records|
|Abstract:||Daybook kept by an unidentified Essex County distiller.|
|Quantity:||0.1 linear feet|
|Collection Number:||MG 100|
The distillery in this collection was located in Fairfield, Essex County, New Jersey.
The records consist of a daybook documenting the daily transactions of an unknown Fairfield, New Jersey distiller. The volume dates from 1818-1819 and tracks the sale of spirits, cider, gin, and other liquor. Among the men listed as customers are: William Ryerson, Peter J. Van Ness, Jacob Brown, and John A. Vreeland.
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|The entries below represent persons, organizations, topics, forms, and occupations documented in this collection.|
|Van Ness, Jacob.|
|Vreeland, John A.|
|Alcoholic beverage industry--New Jersey--Fairfield.|
This collection should be cited as: Manuscript Group 100, Fairfield, New Jersey Distiller Records, The New Jersey Historical Society.
The source of the volume is unknown.
|1||Daybook for unknown distillery||1818-1819|
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