|Title||Park Tax Return|
|Dates of Creation||April 6, 1867|
|Scope & Content||
Trenor William Park's copy of the 1867 United States Internal Revenue Annual Taxes which he paid on April 6, 1867, the receipt being signed by James Walbridge of North Bennington, Vermont, Assistant Treasurer.
The form shows that Trenor W. Park earned $40,863.80 during the year 1866 from a long list of interest on bonds, bank deposits, turnpikes, railroad, etc., as well as from this salary "other than as an officer or employee of the United States." Park's taxes for the year are also listed as are his taxable articles. These included two carriages, three gold watches, valued at above $100, a billiard table kept for personal use, and 100 oz. plate of silver, kept for use.
Park, Trenor William
Walbridge, James Hicks
|Credit line||Gift of Priscilla Norton Kennedy|