W. S. Tinning
W. S. TINNINGATTORNEY AT LAWMARTINEZ, CAL.Martinez, Cal., Sept. 13th,1912.Mr. John Muir, Martinez, Cal. Dear Mr. Muir: The commissioner’s deed for the church property at Valona was delivered and recorded September 12th, and I, at the same time, delivered to Pezzuto your deed of the same property to him. I then cashed the One Thousand Dollar check and paid out of it the expenses of the commissioner’s deed and of recording the same, also the cost of drawing your deed to Pezzuto, and deposited the balance amounting to $994,00 to your credit in the Bank of Martinez. You will find enclosed the Bank deposit tag for the amount above stated. You will also find enclosed memorandum receipt of the expenses above referred to.Yours vary truly,[illegible]05274
TELEPHONE RED 41W.S.TINNINGATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,MARTINEZ,CAL.Paid for comminssioner's deed, 12.00Recording commissioner's deed, 1.50Drawing deed from Muir to Pezzuto 2.50Total 16.00Paid-W.S. [illegible]Received $1000.00Expenses 6.00Balance $994,00 05274
1912 Sep 13
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
Tinning, W. S., "Letter from W. S. Tinning to John Muir, 1912 Sep 13." (1912). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6361.
Reel 20, Image 1307
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