Seven volumes of treasurer reports record payments for materials and supplies, employee
salaries, upkeep of lifesaving stations, lists of property including real estate, stocks,
bonds, investments, and names of subscribers and annual subscriptions paid to the Society.
Also included is an account book kept by Charles Amory, the Society's treasurer, from 1849 to
1864. Amory's entries include travel reimbursements for members, payments for silver and gold
medals, rewards for lifesaving heroics, materials and supplies, and returns on investments