The records contain correspondence, 1876-1914, 1949-1954; financial and legal documents, 1851-1904, 1877-1914; roup rolls 1890-1938; work shop sheets 1948-1954; abstract of accounts, 1924-1938; auction ledgers consignee 1924-1933; auction room sales books 1906-1911, 1924-1927; Record of purchasers at roups, 1931-1938; auction saloon cash books 1906-1914, 1926-1928; cash books 1906-1936; consignment books for carriage of merchandise by rail, 1951-1954; day books, 1912-1922, 1924-1927; cash book, sales 1914-1924; day book ledgers 1898-1905; estimate book, 1928-1938; invoice books 1912-1941; ledgers 1906-1939; account ledger 1950-1952; insurance policy order book, 1898-1935; purchase ledgers 1906-1931; receipts 1939-1947; registers of outgoing correspondence 1904-1940; reserve price lists 1966-1969; scroll cash book 1921-1924; output book 1910-1935; wages book 1904-1917; weekly tax table 1946-1947; inventories of property 1940-1944; cheque stubs and bank books (2 boxes).
Records of John McGregor of St Andrews, Ltd.
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 227 ms37336-37443
- Dates of Creation1851-1955
- Name of Creator
- Physical Description43 boxes, 5 files + 65 volumes
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Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The firm was originally a furnishers and valuers as well as an auction house, and still has the latter function, holding regular auctions at the auction rooms in St Andrews on alternate weeks.
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Given to the Library of the University of St Andrews in 1976.
Description compiled by Rachel Hart, Archives Hub Project.
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