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appraisals (financial records)

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Recorded statements of evaluation or estimate of the market or other value, cost, utility, or other attribute of land, buildings, works of art, or other objects of property, by qualified persons.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Appraisals of Property

Scope and Contents Financial appraisals and appraisal summaries from 1909-1935. Appraisals are available for both the entire Upjohn Company, as well as the Kansas City, Memphis, San Francisco, New York, and Kalamazoo offices. These appraisals vary widely in scope and detail, with some being mere summaries, while others such as the 1921 Appraisal of Property and the 1921 appraisal being of special interest due to them being large volumes that contain an appraisal of the entire company's buildings and equipment...
Dates: 1887-2001

Paul B. Ray Collection

Identifier: RH-A-4189
Scope and Contents This collection contains real estate appraisals by Paul B. Ray of Plainwell, and publications such as county farm plat and atlas books and publications about plans for the future of U.S. Railroads.Contains appraisals of properties in the path of highway relocation projects for U.S. 12 and U.S. 131, Consumers Power electric line projects, and other properties in and around Allegan and Kalamazoo Counties. These appraisals include what properties will be like before and after taking...
Dates: 1953-1979

Property Records

Scope and Contents

Property records include a deed, a contract, architectural drawings for the new addition, building appraisal and correspondence about the building on East Kilgore.

Dates: 1925-1973

Reproductive Value Appraisal for Featherbone Co., 1934

 Item — Box 315: [Barcode: 31141024466067]
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Edward K. Warren was born in Vermont in 1847 and moved to Three Oaks in Berrien County, Michigan in 1858 with his parents. In 1883, Edward established the Warren Featherbone Company after recognizing a market for improved corset materials. After securing a patent, Edward began producing "featherbone," an alternative to pricey and frail whalebone. Featherbone was made from pointer feathers discarded by regional feather duster factories. Warren opened his first featherbone factory in Three...
Dates: 1934