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Correspondence, Levi Syphus to unknown




Creator: Syphus, Levi


1874 to 1944


This folder is from the "Correspondence" file of the Sadie and Hampton George Papers (MS-00434)

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man000377. Sadie and Hampton George Papers, 1874-1944. MS-00434. Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada.


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p H went to Las Vegas last week,as I seemed not to |c able to get ny sitisfaction in the matter of your land and tax matters "by letter. Was todays making the trip. I succeeded in "bringing the p roposition to this heading,to-wit:- If you write a letter to 41 A.A.Hinman to the effect that if he w111 give you I <luit claira / \ his quit-claim deed fcr your 80 with propei’ abstract of title,showing o,say, county acres,and supply such title as the aye him,under its sale of your land to him to still the same as to have this ke demand upon the out on the deal. be in him £&&&&£&&& you will thereupon ac a settlement of the matter. Mr Hinman de£ letter c ounty ept ires from you so that he may be able to I for return to him of the money he i Such deed to you wh in such shape that an abstract of been removed. n n i enter ;n you ;d of record, would leave the records went to the county offices ;itle all incumberenaee/ would be shown fpp for to haee You may either write Mr Hinman said letter and send it to him direct,or you may,if you desire,write ras that such settlement will be satisfactory to you and authroize me to take the matter up with him and 1 will do so and brig it to a close. Neither he nor the county officials and upon checking the county books and all parties seem to be willing most expiditious manner possible. could denigh your receipts they were found to be correct to close the matter in the 9 Am very buisy doing nothing,as usual, that is.,such monkey work... as I occupy my time with,while all seemingley necessary, doesent seem to get e anywhere,but notwithstanding that f^ct,I seem just as happy as if I had good sense. A Very truly yours