Taxation -- Michigan
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
The Elisha Cross papers include an illustrated physics manual given to Cross in 1832 by John B. Calhoun ("President of the Moulders of the Howell Works Co."). Cross and his daughter, Susan, used the manual for a personal journal, scrapbook and botanical notebook (including plant specimens). The papers also contain a photographic copy of a drawing of the Hance farm and documents related to real estate Cross owned in the Detroit area.
This collection contains a diary kept by George Dair, supervisor of Joyfield Township, Benzie County, Michigan. The diary deals with rural life in Benzie County. Early entries include information about Michigan weather, traveling routes, purchases of goods, and agricultural activities. The latter part of the diary includes entries of Joyfield Township records dealing with such matters as tax assessment rolls, the township voting count, and township finance.
This collection contains the papers of George Myers of New Buffalo Township, Michigan, include three deeds (1850, 1860, 1878) and two tax receipts (1851, 1852) for land in Berrien County, Michigan.
The Jackson family papers consists of the farm diary (1869) of H. L. Jackson of Kalamazoo County, Michigan. Also included are tax receipts for land in Kalamazoo County (1881-1893) and Allegan County (1883-1888).