Museum logo

Archive Record

  • Email This Page
  • Send Feedback
Title Bills of Nassau Light Artillery from 1880
Object Name Invoice
Scope & Content 1. Bill for House for guns. Total of $200.00
2. Reverse of 1. Names listed: Duryee, Taylor, Thompson, Woodward
3. Nassau Light Artillery paid J. A. Ellermann $3.15 for services moving and cleaning guns. Paid. June 2nd, 1880.
4. Mr. A. O. McDonell bought of John P. Moore's Sons in New York on June 17, 1880, 1 Hobert Rifle ($9.50) and 1 wooden gun cover ($0.60).
5. Nassau Light Artillery bought of Sanborn & Hoyt (Hard Pine lumber by the Cargo) a table, wash stands, basins, et. al. for $15.15
6. Mr. A. O. McDonald bought of John P. Moore's Sons on June 1st, 1880, 1 Hobart Rifle and some BB#1 caps for a total of $13.80
7. Nassau Light Artillery paid to J. A. Ellermann for services for August and for cleaning sabres $3.75.
8. Nassau Light Artillery paid to James McGiffin $14.05 for putting up benches of lamps in the drill room. Approx. June 2, 1880.
9. Nassau Light Artillery bought of F. W. Mumby 1 dozen lamps for $12.00.
10. Nassau Light Artillery bought of A. B. Noyes various hinges, screws, et al.
Catalog Number 2005.046.001
Collection Captain George T. Davis Collection
Accession number 2005.046
Caption House for guns
Number of images 10
People Ellermann, J. A.
McDonell, A. O.
McDonald, A. O.
McGiffin, James
Mumby, F. W.
Noyes, A. B.
Search Terms Nassau Light Artillery
Sanborn & Hoyt
John P. Moore's Sons
Classification Military
Organizations & Clubs