John Henry Caldwell Papers



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Documents relating to the sale of property in Jacksonville, Alabama, originally belonging to Ed G. Caldwell, by his nephew, John H. Caldwell: (1) Large chart of all estate transactions with amounts, (2) Letter dated March 12, 1941 to J. Fred Gurley, Tax Collector of Calhoun County from John H. Caldwell regarding a property dispute with W.I. Greenleaf (3) Letter dated December 26, 1941 to Jim Wood regarding the Greenleaf disputed property from John H. Caldwell (4) Cancelled check from John H. Caldwell to Horace [Tolbert?] for $16.70 (5) Receipt for $125.97 to John H. Caldwell from Gadsden Marble and Granite Co. (6) Cancelled check to Gadsden Marble and Granite Co. from John H. Caldwell for $129.97 (7) Receipt to Horace Tolbert for $16.70 in taxes paid on land March 3, 1942 [1941-1942, all documents originally folded together].


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Document | Assorted documents relating to the sale of property in Jacksonville, Alabama, 1941-1942



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