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[Financial note, December 15, 1879]

Description: Personal notes from the Charles B. Moore Collection. The document has a financial note on the front of the paper. The financial note states that C. B. Moore is to pay H. S. Moore $22.50 after seven months from December 15, 1879. This fragment of paper appears to have been re-used for the financial note. The back of the document has "C. B. Moore Note $22.50" scrawled over handwritten text about going to the mill.
Date: December 15, 1879
Creator: Moore, H. S.

[Tax receipt, July 21, 1870]

Description: Tax receipt for property taxes in Texas for the year of 1870. The amount of $7.75 was paid by Ziza Moore. This payment was made to the deputy of Collin County, J. M. Fox. The payment was made by Moore on July 21, 1870.
Date: July 21, 1870
Creator: Fox, J. M.

[Republican Ticket]

Description: Republican Ticket for 1878. Includes Govenor, Lieutenant Governor, Treasurer, Attorney General, Comptroller, Commissioner Gen'l Land Office, Chief Justice, Associate Justice, Congress, Senator 12th District, Representative, Floater, County Judge, Sheriff, County Attorney, District Clerk, County Clerk, Tax Collector, Tax Assessor, County Treasurer, COunty Surveyor, Justice of the Peace, Constable, County Commissioner, and a vote on the stock law.
Date: 1878

[Republican Ticket]

Description: Republican Ticket for 1878. Includes Govenor, Lieutenant Governor, Treasurer, Attorney General, Comptroller, Commissioner Gen'l Land Office, Chief Justice, Associate Justice, Congress, Senator 12th District, Representative, Floater, County Judge, Sheriff, County Attorney, District Clerk, County Clerk, Tax Collector, Tax Assessor, County Treasurer, COunty Surveyor, Justice of the Peace, Constable, County Commissioner, and a vote on the stock law. This item has hand written notes.
Date: 1878

[Letter from George B. Buckler to Charles B. Moore, November 7, 1873]

Description: Letter from George Buckler? saying that he had fallen off a wagon and was unable to come into town. He was no longer able to work as a teacher because the government was too unreliable to pay him a salary. He was owed for three months work already and the pay would only be $50.00 in greenbacks which was not enough remuneration.
Date: November 7, 1873
Creator: Buckler, George B.