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L. C. Wise VS. M. E. Sayles: Assignment of Errors

Description: Document listing court errors believed to have been made in carrying out the lawsuit between L. C. Wise and Mary E. Sayles over land boundary lines. An additional fourth error is handwritten in pencil at the bottom of the document.
Date: July 20, 1904
Creator: Bowyer and Tillett
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Board of Equalization to Henry Sayles, July 3, 1912]

Description: Letter on postcard from the Board of Equalization to Henry Sayles requesting he appear before the board and demonstrate why the value of his properties listed should not be raised or reduced. A handwritten note on the letter from A. H. Balch reads, "I have gone over these items and find no charge can be made in keeping property in the same locality [,] Balch".
Date: July 3, 1912
Creator: Board of Equalization
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Statements from Henry Sayles on the Sayles Family]

Description: Un-notarized statements from Henry Sayles describing the lineage of his mother, Mary Sayles, and confirming the death of his father, John Sayles. Pencil handwriting on the back of the document reads, "sworn statement- character witness?"
Date: July 1913
Creator: Sayles, Henry
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Statements from Henry Sayles on the Sayles Family #2]

Description: Un-notarized statements from Henry Sayles describing the lineage of his mother, Mary Sayles, and confirming the death of his father, John Sayles.
Date: July 1913
Creator: Sayles, Henry
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Cause No. 6733-A: Order of Continuation, July 1929]

Description: Document in cause no. 6733-A, Gulf Pipe Line Company vs. A. D. Fulton, granting an continuation of the cause until the next regular term of the court.
Date: July 1929
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Case No. 11783-A: Original Petition

Description: Document certifying the original petition in the suit, City of Abilene vs. J. Rupert Jackson, Jr. Administer of Estate of Rupert Jackson, et. al, which is dealing with the collection of delinquent ad valorem taxes, interest, and penalties related to properties in Abilene, Texas.
Date: July 27, 1939
Creator: Caffey, Wiley L.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library