Nathaniel Batchelder Gordon was an agent for a number of textile manufacturers in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, in the first half of the nineteenth century. His work records include references to women workers.
Wage and time accounting
Payrolls (1825-1826) and time records (Methuen, 1847-1847): volume 7
Wage records Salisbury Manufacturing Company (1842-1845): volume 10
Payrolls and board rolls (1827-1831): volume 12
Work diaries: in which Gordon describes life of the factory floor from a management point of view, documents when weavers were sick, gave notice, were late, mentions problems (1828-1833): volumes 4-6; Salisbury Manufacturing Company, Methuen (1833-1846): volume 9