This collection includes four letter books (1750-1767), containing principally business correspondence with Benjamin Franklin (42 letters), William Strahan (193 letters), and the stationers Bloss & Johnson, London, Johnson & Unwin, London, and Hamilton & Balfour, Edinburgh. There are also accounts current, 1748-1768 (2 vols.), of which one contains Edinburgh. There are also accounts current, 1748-1768 (2 vols.), of which one contains Franklin and Hall's account for printing done for the province of Pennsylvania, 1756-1767, with an index volume to these accounts; records of bills of exchange remitted to London, 1745-1752 (1 vol.); there are about 90 loose letters (some are photocopies) mainly from William Strahan to Hall, 1745-1775, concerning business matters, as well as English and American politics. Included in this group is correspondence relating to Hall and his publishing partnership, and his son William's partnership with Sellers. One additional volume is a photocopy of Franklin and Hall's "Work Book No. 2," 1759-1766, 1782-1789, from the original at the New York Public Library (B H142.lf).