Dibblee & Brown Account Book, 1827-1835

1827-1835 Date:
Dibblee & Brown Author
Ink on paper bound in leather Materials
Leather binding Binding
Business accounts Purpose
Albany Institute of History & Art Library Credit
GJ 77-37, b3, f2 Catalogue number
The Albany, NY, business of Dibblee & Brown operated from the early 1820s to 1838. Located at the corner of State and Dock Streets, Dibblee & Brown were merchants, and commission and forwarding agents. They owned sloops, towboats, and canal boats, and chartered sloops and steamboats to transport goods and commodities on the Hudson River and Erie Canal. Partners included Allen Brown (1768-1852) and Henry Dibblee (1778-1840), while Silas and Stanton Brown managed the business in New York City. Elias Brown, son of Allen Brown and his wife Nancy, was a Hudson River pilot and captain of the steamboat North America.
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