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  • Hiram Capron Ledger Excerpt
        These four pages from one of Capron’s ledgers demonstrate some of his financial affairs and interests during the 1850s and 1860s. It includes lists of his land sales; the population of Paris, with a rough geographical sketch; his “bad debts;” and his taxes from 1852 through 1864.
      These four pages from one of Capron’s ledgers demonstrate some of his ...
  • Letter From Hiram Capron to his Son-in-Law, J.A. Brown, Concerning Debt
        This stern 1871 letter from Hiram Capron demands from his son-in-law J.A. Brown the $200 he is owed, and proposes several ways that money can be repaid while telling him he “must study economy.” He also provides advice to Mr. Brown on raising his children so they can “make men ...
      This stern 1871 letter from Hiram Capron demands from his son-in-law J.A. ...
  • Letter From Hiram Capron concerning Land Sales
        In this 1864 letter, Hiram Capron discusses the possibility of selling some or all of his Toronto property. Beset by heavy debts and taxes, and unable to sell his Paris properties at reasonable prices, he felt that his Toronto properties would be able to cover some of these debts. He ...
      In this 1864 letter, Hiram Capron discusses the possibility of selling some ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from Franklin Smoke
        This item is a typed letter sent from Franklin Smoke, a Paris lawyer, to George Foster and Sons dated January 23, 1903. Mr. Smoke writes about the recent financial difficulties being had by Mr. J.H. Adams in Paris, who owes some money to George Foster. After explaining some of Mr. ...
      This item is a typed letter sent from Franklin Smoke, a Paris ...
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