This collection contains Mr. O'Flynn's legal papers, arranged alphabetically by client. It also includes ajournal kept while studying law in Detroit, 1859-1861, containing both a skeleton diary and legal memoranda and data. The legal papers include deeds, indentures, receipts, correspondence on pending cases, court records of testimony taken, etc. The documents of earlier dates include such things as marriage contracts, property agreements and other documents which played a role in legal actions of a later generation.
This collection contains various materials pertaining to the professional life of Mr. William Brigham Wesson Jr. Included are original correspondences between Wesson and his business partners, order and receipts from Wesson's real estate business, an assortment of different types of land contracts from Wesson's real estate business, and materials pertaining to the sale of the Wesson estate after his death.
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