Tuscola County (Mich.)
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of letters received by Frank J. Jenkins, a resident of Fostoria, Michigan. The letters, primarily from Pitt Potter, discuss law practice in Woodville, Texas, and describe the city of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Also included are agreements to lease farm land in exchange for labor or taxes in Tuscola County, Michigan.
The Frederick Bourns papers contain several certificates recording the elections of trustees for the First Presbyterian Society of Vassar, Michigan, of which Bourns was an elder. Also included are eligibility lists for Civil War military service, submitted to Bourns by various townships in Tuscola County, Michigan.
This collection contains a circular from the election of 1876 entitled "Life of Gov. Tilden, Our Next President"; a membership advertisement (1886) for the Tuscola County, Michigan Club, signed by N. M. Richardson; and an election circular (1890) for George W. Stone for auditor general of Michigan.