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    1997.96.10

    Identifier: 1997.96.10 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

    long stemmed caddy or jam spoon; plain squarish blade and applied North Berwick badge on end of handle

    1999.21

    Identifier: 1999.21 · Date: 1922c-1999 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

    2 SHELLmex petrol pumps poss Mk 5 1922-1930; missing glass globes and hoses

    ACCOUNT BOOK

    Identifier: NB/14/58 · Date: Jun 1872-Aug 1877 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

    Relates to unknown local business. Details sales of fish, fowl and alcohol

    ACCOUNT BOOK FOR BEANSTON AND AMISFIELD GARDENS

    Identifier: EL5 · Date: 1802-1812 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

    Account Book for Beanston and Amisfield Gardens

    ACCOUNT BOOKS

    Identifier: EL84/2/1 · Date: 1939-1974 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

    Account books relating to cash flows and cheque payments made in the course of the companys business. One volume includes two newspaper photographs loose in the inside cover

    ACCOUNT OF STIPENDS RECEIVED BY DAVID PYPER MINISTER OF PENCAITLAND

    Identifier: EL234 · Date: 1794-1811 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

    Small bound notebook detailing stipends received. Details crop yields and prices and gives information relating to properties in the area at the time of writing.

    ACCOUNTS

    Identifier: EL139/2/1 · Date: 1972-1985 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

    Directors report and account for Kilspindie (Twinstock Group) Limited

    ACCOUNTS AND INVOICES FOR TRADES IN NORTH BERWICK

    Identifier: EL67 · Date: 1891-1919 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

    Receipts and invoices for various businesses in North Berwick

    ACCOUNTS FOR ELPHINGSTONE COLLIERY

    Identifier: EL133 · Date: Mar 1876 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

    Four pages detailing costs and wages for the running of the colliery with particular reference to Boy and Catherine pits