Received from Albertus C. Van Raalte, Upon the Following Described Tracts of Land, the Sums Stated Below, for the Taxes Assessed in Said Town for the Year 1849.
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"Township Treasurer's Office, Holland, Ottawa County, Michigan. Received from Albertus C. Van Raalte, upon the following described tracts of land, the sums stated below, for the Taxes assessed in said Town for the year 1849." Hoyt G. Post wrote up the account. At this date, A.C.V.R. owned 546 lots and 1,011 acres. Apparently A.C.V.R. has by now taken over the ownership of the unsold lots in the Village of Holland.
The original documents are held in the Albertus C. Van Raalte Collection (M300) or the Dirk B.K. Van Raalte Collection (M301) in Heritage Hall, Hekman Library, Calvin University, Grand Rapids, MI. The Van Raalte material in Heritage Hall has since been reorganized.
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Township Treasurer's Office, Holland, Ottawa County, Michigan, "Received from Albertus C. Van Raalte, Upon the Following Described Tracts of Land, the Sums Stated Below, for the Taxes Assessed in Said Town for the Year 1849." (1850). Van Raalte Papers: 1850-1859. 172.
Description of the document and reference to the collection at Calvin College Archives by Dr. Elton J. Bruins.
About the collection:
Elton J. Bruins, long-time professor in the Department of Religion at Hope College, spent years collecting documents by and about Albertus C. Van Raalte, founder of Holland, Michigan and early patron of Hope College. Documents were gathered from dozens of public and private collections, making a nearly exhaustive collection of Van Raalte's writings and reflections. It is these documents that make up the "Van Raalte Papers."
Digitizing the Van Raalte papers was supported by the Dutch Culture USA program by the Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York. The project was done in partnership with Heritage Hall at Calvin University, which also digitized its Van Raalte collections.