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financial records

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:

J. Dorr Waterman Financial Records and Miscellaneous Correspondence

 File — Box 1: [31141023903177], Folder: 7
Scope and Contents Letters written to J. Dorr Waterman (1835-1883) make up most of this collection. The letters were written by five different young women between 1851 and 1860. The letters reveal that Waterman had close relationships with these women. They often express how they miss him, wish to see him, and enjoy his company. It is also clear from these letters that Waterman traveled back and forth between his birthplace in Le Roy, Genesee County, New York, and Kalamazoo many times before and after permanently...

Mary C. Simonds Financial Records

 File — Box 1: [31141023903177], Folder: 9
Scope and Contents Letters written to J. Dorr Waterman (1835-1883) make up most of this collection. The letters were written by five different young women between 1851 and 1860. The letters reveal that Waterman had close relationships with these women. They often express how they miss him, wish to see him, and enjoy his company. It is also clear from these letters that Waterman traveled back and forth between his birthplace in Le Roy, Genesee County, New York, and Kalamazoo many times before and after permanently...

Michiana Cello Society Financial Statements

 File — Box 2, Folder: 5
Identifier: Folder 5
Scope and Contents The documents are dated from 1984-1997, some of the documents remain undated but they are from this period of time. The Michiana Cello Society was established in 1984 and was a group in which southern Michigan cello players could join to work together. The MCS ended up being disbanded in 1998. The bulk of the collection is comprised of correspondences, and newsletters. Another significant part of the collection is the MCS tax records, financial reports, and receipts. The MCS also organized...

News Clippings

 Sub-Group
Scope and Contents This material consists almost exclusively of newspaper clippings from clipping agencies from 1959-1968. The U. S. clippings primarily cover issues such as financial reports, major drug failures and triumphs, government hearings, litigation, and personnel changes at the V. P. level and above. The local clippings on the other hand deal with more intimate issues such as pollution, land zoning issues, and building contracts.

Pease and Son Printers Job Register

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3322
Abstract The collection is composed of one job register ledger for the Pease & Son and McCaul's Printing Company which were located in Kalamazoo between 1881 and 1962.

The Frederick and Shawn Hinga Collection

 File
Identifier: RH-A-3120
Scope and Contents Collection is comprised of handwritten letters between Frederick “Fritz’ Hinga and Maxine “Mac” Pope.The folder entitled “Frederick Hinga and Maxine Pope Correspondence 1947-1948” contains 40 handwritten letters by Frederick “Fritz” Hinga to his girlfriend Maxine “Mac” Pope. Fritz, while attending Western Michigan College summer ’47 classes and living with his mother, father, and grandmother on Hazard Avenue in Kalamazoo, MI, wrote to his girlfriend Mac, while she was home for the summer from...

Thomas Brady Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3997
Scope and Contents Letters written to J. Dorr Waterman (1835-1883) make up most of this collection. The letters were written by five different young women between 1851 and 1860. The letters reveal that Waterman had close relationships with these women. They often express how they miss him, wish to see him, and enjoy his company. It is also clear from these letters that Waterman traveled back and forth between his birthplace in Le Roy, Genesee County, New York, and Kalamazoo many times before and after permanently...

Weinbrecht Family Farm Record Book

 Item
Identifier: RH-A-3939
Scope and Contents The Frank Weinbrecht Farm Family Record Book from 1963 is the documentation of their farming and family needs over the course of the year in Hastings, Barry County, Michigan, conducted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Famer’s Home Administration. This record book documented the farm’s livestock, equipment, and property’s expenses and production sales. It also documented the family’s personal finances and spending needs throughout the year, including debt payments, and family living...