|Title||First current account of Mary Henry Miller, Executrix of the Estate of James Miller, no date, ca. Oct. 1909|
|Object Name||Document, Legal|
|Collection||Papers of Florence G. Miller & Family|
|Credit||Gift of Frank Balogh|
|Scope & Content||
First current account of Mary Henry Miller, Executrix of the Estate of James Miller, no date, ca. Oct. 1909.
First page lists assets: values of real estate (apparently the house at 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken) and a Hackensack Water bond totaling $10,000; income from rents and profits on the real estate to Oct. 1, 1909 and cash totaling $3580.88.
Second page lists disbursements of $5483.61 for what appears to be 2 years including:
school bill for Florence and Madeline (Miller), 2 years, $250.00
board bill for summer vacations for Florence & Madeline, $125.00
Miss Pipke - Dancing, $6.00
Markey Bros. for overhauling and repairing house - 716 Bloomfield, $1500.
Frank Cordt's, furniture and cleaning carpets, $56.97
Dennis Flynn, fixing graves, $48.00
Billington & Bishop, awnings, $23.50
L. Hanley, florist, $5.00
Third page is blank.
Miller, Mary Henry
|Year Range from||1909|
Frank Cordts Furniture
Billington & Bishop
|Caption||first page of accounts: assets|