|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Hazard & Denslow (Savannah, Ga.)|
|Title:||Hazard & Denslow ledger|
|Extent:||0.15 cubic feet (1 volume)|
Hazard & Denslow was a firm of painters and sellers of paint supplies. They were in operation in Savannah from about 1823 until the late 1840s. The last name of the firm was Hazard, Denslow & Webster. In addition to painting houses, inside and out, and furniture, they did wall papering, lettering, glazing and decorative work, such as signs.
This collection consists of a ledger listing Savannah individuals, business firms, vessels, banks, fire companies (e.g., see William Bruen, p. 216), steam saw and rice mills. Of special interest are the listings for the Thespian Society, 1827 (p.123), Peter Laurens (Lawrence), portrait painter, 1827-1828, (p. 146, 193), First Presbyterian Church, 1827-1830, p. 172).
[item identification], Hazard & Denslow ledger, MS 377, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of Cornell University Library, Ithaca, New York.
Collection is open for research.
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