Because most of the account-book manuscripts in this collection are distinct and separately-bound items, with diverse contents, most have received individual catalog records. These detailed records can be found in the library's online catalog, Franklin. The entire group of manuscripts may also be searched with the phrase "Gondi-Medici Business Records."
- Consult the catalog records for the Gondi-Medici Business Records in the online catalog, Franklin (by date, oldest to newest)
House of Medici Papers, 1219-1796 (Ms. Coll. 749, 42 boxes): also part of the collection is this sizeable group of materials concerning the Medici family, their numerous enterprises (including banking, manufacturing, and commerce), as well as their political, diplomatic, and governmental positions in Florence, covering the years 1219-1796 (with the bulk of the material from the 16th and 17th century).
Gondi Family Papers, 1418-1753 (Ms. Coll. 750, 9 boxes): This portion contains papers of members of the Gondi family, including correspondence; wills and dowries; real estate dealings; diplomatic correspondence; financial documents related to the textile and silk trade; commercial agreements with the Florentine guilds; records of loans; and farm management transactions.