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[Tax Receipt from the United States Internal Revenue]

Description: Tax receipt from the United States Internal Revenue Service stating that David C. Dickson has paid the special tax of $25 and is now certified to be a dealer of retail liquor in Anderson, Texas. The coupons on the left side of the document represent how many years this certificate is valid, in this case from June 1873 to April 1874.
Date: May 13, 1873
Creator: United States. Internal Revenue Service.
Partner: Two Rivers Historical Foundation

[Legal Document for the Sale of Two Slaves]

Description: Legal document certifying that James L. Dickson received two negro boys from his mother's estate, though they are "in possession of his Brother David C. Dickson." According to the document David owes James a total of $148 for the slaves "due from David on final settlement."
Date: August 7, 1841
Creator: Massie, J. C.
Partner: Two Rivers Historical Foundation

[Emancipation Claim for Slaves of James Buchanan]

Description: Legal document from James Buchanan expressing a claim for Emancipation of his slaves. The following sections of text include the dealings within the county courts of Mercer and April within the Commonwealth of Kentucky, where his claim for emancipation was acknowledged and ordered to be recorded.
Date: November 29, 1834
Creator: Buchanan, James M.
Partner: Two Rivers Historical Foundation

[Form 3602 - Permit imprint for postage]

Description: A group of documents of a 3602-r permit form from a postal service. Written on first page with a blue marker: "Sample: Must include a sample of the letter you are sending. In duplicate this form."
Date: July 1996
Creator: Lesbian Gay Political Coalition (The Dallas Way)
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Document pertaining to the case of United States of America vs. Joe B. Plosser, Charles A. Prince, Victor J. Nelson, Robert Young, and Edwin Theodore Nelson, cause no. 1717, 1942]

Description: Document relating to the case of United States of America vs. Joe B. Plosser, Charles A. Prince, Victor J. Nelson, Robert Young, and Edwin Theodore Nelson, accused of fraud, filed January 19, 1943. Documents include a summary of the charges being filed.
Date: 1943
Creator: Parker, Geo W.
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum