Twenty-seven leather bound volumes and numerous memoranda booklets kept by George L. Storer, Madison, Wis., his wife Mary, and three of their children, John, Anna, and Mary Storer Frankenburger. They document family financial affairs and financial transactions of the First Unitarian Society which George apparently served as treasurer. Included are records of real estate investments which include mortgages in Wisconsin and the Dakota Territory, rent received, and personal and household expenses. There are also three diaries kept by Mary Storer, 1906-1907 and the family bible, 1858-1945. George Storer retired to Madison after running a dry goods wholesale business in Sanford, Maine.