A ledger book divided into three sections: 1991-1912; 1942-1947; and 1937-1950. The earliest portion of the volume consists of the minutes, 1911-1912, of the Parkland Improvement Club maintained by lawyer William A. Spindle. The center section of the volume served as a general ledger recording the monthly personal expenses and the income and expenses, 1942-1947, associated with rental property presumably owned by Spindle's widow, Fannie. The last section provides a detailed accounting of rental properties sold along with a list of expenses incurred in restoring the homes following Louisville's 1937 Flood.
Open to researchers.
0.1 linear feet (1 folder)
Part of the University of Louisville Archives and Special Collections Repository