|Title||Letter from S. D. Swann to Mr. C. W. Yulee with reports of rental income from local properties and income from T. I. Co.|
|Scope & Content||
June 22 89
Mr. C. W. Yulee
Met Club, Washington D. C.
I beg to enclose your a/c to June 15/89 showing to your Dr [?] $811.94 and a/c of T. I. Co, itemized for past 6 mos -- showing to its Credit $3340.72
My father will write you in a few days in re to T.I. Co. affairs.
There is coming to you, one years rent of the Papy house = $360.00 which will appear on your next account.
I have no written you before, simply because there was no change in your affairs -- Your house is still rent to Co. Papy at $40.00. He is a good tenant. Wanting little done in the way of repairs.
Cashen & Citrona, still remain in "statu quo"
Hamilton is the only one who makes money out of Cashen. He does a good business, and has money to loan. The squatters are too poor to buy,and rents are hard to collect. I have not been looking after Cashen rents, with the vigilance it requires, as i have been too busily occupied with other matters, but I will again give the matter my attention. -- I have always had in mind you wish to sell, but money is scarce and people are slow to invest here, not knowing what the R. R. Co. will do. etc. [?]
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|Caption||Letter pg 1 Swann to Yulee June 1889 income report|
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Swann, S. D.
Yulee, C. W.
Economic & social conditions
Business & Commerce