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Albert T. Reyburn (Princeton Class of 1931) was an American technical author, editor, and engineer.
Consists of nine 16th-, 17th-, and 18th-century German legal documents collected by Reyburn. Eight of these documents originated in the town of Stuttgart; five of them concern the sale of real property and the three others concern the division of property, a watercourse through a courtyard, and the spilling of offal from a drain onto a neighbor's property. Also present is a diploma awarded to Johann Rudolphus Osiander as master of philosophy at Tübingen in 1719. All the documents are in German, some with wax seals in wood cases attached, and with notes in English made by Reyburn.
Each document, written in German, is accompanied by a photostat and notes, in English, by Albert T. Reyburn. In addition, the spelling of names is approximate.
Presented by A.T. Reyburn '1931.
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This collection was processed in 2002. Finding aid written in 2002.
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Concerns the question of a watercourse through a courtyard, Hans Amstetter is the petitioner, Hans Buttenfeld the respondent.Physical Description
Concerns the case of offal and rubbish from a drain, by the heirs of Conrad Sliegten and Martin Wiersleen vs Staffel Körg.Physical Description
Concerns the gare or angle between the houses of Martin Zei and Gregory Kübler, each claiming possession of it.Physical Description
Concerns the sale of real property, a corner house and yard owned by Martin Zey to Hans Burckhard.Physical Description
Concerns the sale of real property, a house and appurtenances by Martin Zey to Johann Brastberger.Physical Description
Concerns the sale of real property, a house and yard, by Anna Maria Heining and Isaac Andler to Oger Duihsden.Physical Description
Concerns the sale of real property, a house, by the married daughters of the late Ogier Fuchsen to Johann Heinrich Schreiber.Physical Description
Concerns the sale of real property, a house, by Barbara Weyl, widow, with Johann Conrad Stegler to Heinrich Bachmaister.Physical Description
A diploma for Johann Rudolphus Osiander, as master of philosophy.Physical Description