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Letcher (S.D.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Assessment Books, 1894 - 1938

Identifier: ACC 2011-014, Series I:
Scope and Contents This accession contains the real and personal property assessment books for Letcher Township in Sanborn County. Real property entries include: names of owners, school district numbers, property descriptions, and assessed value of the land. Personal property entries include the assessed value of the following: grain and seed crops, horses and livestock, farming equipment, vehicles, carriages, appliances (including refrigerators and radios), furniture, and even luxury items like pianos,...
Dates: 1894 - 1938

Court, School, and Election Records, 1882 - 1943

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: ACC 2011-014, Series II:
Scope and Contents This accession contains a variety of Sanborn County records from the Letcher Township, originating from the School District, office of the Treasurer, and the Clerk of Courts’ office. Records include school report cards, school census records, annual reports, correspondence, receipts, blank ballots and poll lists, as well as other various ledgers. Information pertaining to supplies and vendors including textbook orders can be found in this series. These records date from 1882 to 1943.
Dates: 1882 - 1943

Irene Cordts Collection

 Unprocessed — Multiple Containers
Identifier: H2008-046
Dates: 1980s

Letcher (S.D.)—High School/Town History

 Unprocessed — Box 03749 E
Identifier: H2012-079
Dates: 2007

Letcher Township, 1880 - 1990

Scope and Contents From the Record Group: This record group contains records created and maintained by county government agencies and officials in Sanborn County, South Dakota and includes Letcher Township Records, School Records and records from Forestburg School and Veteran's Agriculture Institute.
Dates: 1880 - 1990

Womanless Wedding—Play Photo/Letcher Civic Club Song Book

 Unprocessed — Multiple Containers
Identifier: H2018-047
Dates: April 1927; ca. 1950s