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1928 to 1989
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Folder of materials from the Mabel Hoggard Papers (MS-00565) -- Personal papers file. This folders contains correspondence from friends, family members, and various organizations. It also includes an agenda for "National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa" from Sunday October 28, 1973.

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man000676. Mabel Hoggard Papers, 1903-2011. MS-00565. Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada. http://n2t.net/ark:/62930/d1zp40b7t

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315z Blackford Court
Las Vegas, NV 89102
Las Vegas Link, Inc.
PAUL BALFOUR CONCERT
June 10, 1984 • Top 0' the Dunes • $25.00
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JUANITA SMITH Corresponding Secretary
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MRS. HOWARD AHMANSON
March 7, 1989
Judge Eve Cohen
9806 Belmar Ave.
Northridge, CA 9132^
Dear Eve:
Thank you for your kind letter and for your gracious
invitation to meet for lunch. However, at the moment
my schedule is so "overloaded" that I am going to
have to wait for a breathing spell.
In the meantime I have enclosed a brochure of the
American Women for International Understanding
which tells a little bit about the organization
which you asked about in your note.
It was a pleasure to meet you and I hope that our
paths cross in the future, but until that time I
send you my very kindest regards and best wishes..
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9500 Wilshire Boulevard
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Dear Eve:
Thank you for your kind letter and for your gracious
invitation to meet for lunch. However, at the moment
my schedule is so "overloaded" that I am going to
have to wait for a breathing spell.
In the meantime I have enclosed a brochure of the
American Women for International Understanding
which tells a little bit about the organization
which you asked about in your note.
It was a pleasure to meet you and I hope that our
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send you my very kindest regards and best wishes.
Cordi
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RETURN IN FIVE DAYS TO
WILL D. GRISARD
COUNTY TREASURER
PUEBLO, COLORADO
Haybelle Armstead
lilliamson
Box 1124

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WILL D. GRISARD
TREASURER
OFFICE TREASURER
F. A. TOWNSEND
DEPUTY
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PUEBLO, COLO., NOV. 27, 1928.
• rs. Maybelie -rrastead,
"illiamson, T. Ya.
Dear I.TalLam:-
llr. Harris turned the letter you
sent him over to our office, asking that we
write you, explaining fully regarding your taxes.
The 1926 general tax on the South 10 ft.
of Lot 5 and Ilorth 6 ft. of Lot 6 Block 2 Steelworks,
amounting to '47.09, was paid Sept. 27,
1927, but the Bay State Paving was hot paid. Therefore
the property went to sale for the 1927 paving.
The Holder of the Certificate of Purchase (the
person who paid this paving tax) paid the 1927 general
tax and 1928 Sewer tax, which is his privilege.
These amounts were endorse! on his certificate, so
in order to redeem the paving, you must pay the full
amount that he has paid out, which is 74.64, the
amount we gave you on the statement we sent. This
sum includes the total paving assessment, as the
delinquent paving tax goes to sale for the full
amount. You understand 74.64 includes the 1927
general and 1928 sewer tax, so if you will send us
a check for this amount, your taxes will he paid to
date, including the full amount of the paving.
If you wish to pay the Storm Sewer assessment
in full after you have paid the sum of 74.64,
the amou.t will he ,10.65 for the balance of the
year. After the first of the year some interest
will be aided on.
Trusting :e have sent you the desired
information, we remain,
Yours truly,
71 L.J D. GSI3AED, CO. TEE AS.
Per E.G.?. I