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Plan of the City of Beaufort, S.C., as allotted by U.S. Tax Commissioners for the District of South Carolina, February 1863

United States Direct Tax Commissioners' Plat of the City of Port Royal, South Carolina, October 20th, 1864

Tax Him

Calculating New Income Tax

Christmas Lists and Tax Returns

Proposed Republican Tax Schedule

It Takes Both! 5% victory Tax. 10% War Bonds

Photograph of State Supervised Sale on Tax for Feited County Land in Wadena County

Photograph of President Gerald R. Ford and Staff Watching a Replay of His Address to the Nation on Recommendations for Tax Reduction and Spending Televised Earlier that Evening

Photograph of President Gerald R. Ford and Staff Reviewing a Draft of His Address to the Nation on Recommendations for Tax Reduction and Spending to be Delivered that Evening

Signing Ceremony for the Tax Reduction and Simplification Act and Community Emergency Drought Relief Act

Gary Miller; Jimmy Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Hornes; Jimmy Carter in a Congressional meeting on tax reform

Jimmy Carter - Drop-by breakfast for businessmen - tax reform

Tax Reform Meeting

Jimmy Carter - Announcement of Ad Hoc Committee on tax reform

Bill Signing - HR 3477 Tax Reduction and Simplification Act and S. 1279 Community Emergency Drought Relief Act

Jimmy Carter, John Ahearne; Rosalynn Carter, Lester Hyman; Mr. and Mrs. Horne; Congressional meeting on tax reform

Signing Economic, Budget and Tax Messages

Tax Message

Bill Signing - HR 3477 Tax Reduction and Simplification Act and S 1279 Community Emergency Drought Relief Act

Signing Ceremony for the Tax Reduction And Simplification Act and Community Emergency Drought Relief Act

Meeting on Tax Reform - Columbus Day

Signing Economic, Budget and Tax Messages

Signing Ceremony for the Tax Reduction and Simplification Act and Community Emergency Drought Relief Act

8-30 Signing of the Economic, Tax and Budget Message; 31-37 Joe Dennim

Meeting with Editors, Cabinet Room; Tax Reform Meeting, Cabinet Room - 23a to 35a

Jimmy Carter - Drop-by breakfast for businessmen - tax reform

Jimmy Carter - Announcement of Ad Hoc Committee on tax reform

President Ronald Reagan Addresses the Nation from the Oval Office on Tax Reduction Legislation

President Ronald Reagan Signs the 1981 Economic Recovery Tax Act and Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act at Rancho Del Cielo in California

Photograph of President William J. Clinton Speaking at an Earned Income Tax Credit Event

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1996 Title: Tax Woes Category: Illustrative Place: Third Place Brief Description: A soldier drops his head in his hand over his desk full of tax forms. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Tax shelter volunteer US Air Force STAFF Sergeant James Ludwig (left), 52nd Fighter Wing, helps US Air Force AIRMAN John Schoeder, 52nd Fighter Wing, process his income tax return. More than 100 volunteers were trained by Tax professionals at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany

President George W. Bush Signs a Message to Congress Proposing a Tax Cut Plan

President George W. Bush Remarks on Tax Relief

US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Rebecca Hass, left, a paralegal with the 92nd Air Refueling Wing (ARW), Legal Office, STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Karen Bailleul, 22nd Training Squadron (TS), right and Brian Cahill, an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) instructor teaches the latest tax information for a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program at the education center on Fairchild Air Force Base (AFB), Washington

President George W. Bush Remarks on Economy and Child Tax Credit

US Navy (USN) CHIEF Storekeeper (SKC) James Malong (left) assists USN Quartermaster Third Class (QM3) Andrew Johnson, with the preparation of his taxes at the US Fleet Activities, Yokosuka, Japan. SKC Malong is one of many volunteers helping out this year as part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program

US Navy (USN) Electronics Technician 2nd Class (ET2) Tabitha L. Piniero, a tax preparer at the Tax Assistance Center (TAC) in Norfolk, Virginia (VA), helps retired Army Sergeant (SGT) Fred Ferguson prepare and organize his taxes. The TAC helps service members complete their taxes free of charge

US Navy (USN) Fire Controlman 3rd Class (FC3) Anthony D. Didio, a tax preparer at the Tax Assistance Center (TAC) at Naval Air Station (NAS) Norfolk, Virginia (VA), takes on the stress of a service member's taxes in order to help them complete their taxes free of charge

Staten Island, N.Y., March 16, 2013 -- FEMA's Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) continue to register Hurricane Sandy survivors as the March 29th deadline for registration approaches. The DRC's offer information on repairing homes and businesses, financial, tax and legal help as well as other state and local advice. K.C.Wilsey/FEMA

Staten Island, N.Y., March 16, 2013 -- FEMA's Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) continue to register Hurricane Sandy survivors as the March 29th deadline for registration approaches. The DRC's offer information on repairing homes and businesses, financial, tax and legal help as well as other state and local advice. K.C.Wilsey/FEMA

Staten Island, N.Y., March 16, 2013 -- FEMA's Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) continue to register Hurricane Sandy survivors as the March 29th deadline for registration approaches. The DRC's offer information on repairing homes and businesses, financial, tax and legal help as well as other state and local advice. K.C.Wilsey/FEMA

Staten Island, N.Y., March 16, 2013 -- FEMA's Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) continue to register Hurricane Sandy survivors as the March 29th deadline for registration approaches. The DRC's offer information on repairing homes and businesses, financial, tax and legal help as well as other state and local advice. K.C.Wilsey/FEMA

Staten Island, N.Y., March 16, 2013 -- FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) continue to register Hurricane Sandy survivors as the March 29th deadline for registration approaches. The DRC's offer information on repairing homes and businesses, financial, tax and legal help as well as other state and local advice. K.C.Wilsey/FEMA

West Windsor, N.J., Jan. 22, 2013 -- FEMA Federal Disaster Recovery Coordinator for Hurricane Sandy Response Stephen M. DeBlasio answers questions at the New Jersey League of Municipalities seminar where legal questions regarding tax assessments, purchasing and the environmental impacts of rebuilding are answered. Hurricane Sandy damaged much of New Jersey and the New Jersey coastline leaving residents and local businesses without shelter and basic utilities. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA

Staten Island, N.Y., March 16, 2013 -- FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) continue to register Hurricane Sandy survivors as the March 29th deadline for registration approaches. The DRC's offer information on repairing homes and businesses, financial, tax and legal help as well as other state and local advice. K.C.Wilsey/FEMA

West Windsor, N.J., Jan. 22, 2013 -- A FEMA Intergovernmental division representative audits the New Jersey League of Municipalities seminar where legal questions regarding tax assessments, purchasing and the environmental impacts of rebuilding are answered regarding the Hurricane Sandy disaster. Hurricane Sandy damaged much of New Jersey and the coastline leaving residents, local businesses without shelter and basic utilities while many municipalities are now charged with the cleanup and rebuilding of their communities. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA

Staten Island, N.Y., March 16, 2013 -- FEMA's Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) continue to register Hurricane Sandy survivors as the March 29th deadline for registration approaches. The DRC's offer information on repairing homes and businesses, financial, tax and legal help as well as other state and local advice. K.C.Wilsey/FEMA

Staten Island, N.Y., March 16, 2013 -- FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) continue to register Hurricane Sandy survivors as the March 29th deadline for registration approaches. The DRC's offer information on repairing homes and businesses, financial, tax and legal help as well as other state and local advice. K.C.Wilsey/FEMA

Staten Island, N.Y., March 16, 2013 -- FEMA's Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) continue to register Hurricane Sandy survivors as the March 29th deadline for registration approaches. The DRC's offer information on repairing homes and businesses, financial, tax and legal help as well as other state and local advice. K.C.Wilsey/FEMA

Secretary Gale Norton, right, conversing during appearance at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., for discussion of newly-released report, Banking on Nature, spelling out national, state, local economic benefits provided by the national wildlife refuge system, in terms of tourist dollars, tax revenues, job creation. Photograph was used in Interior video on Norton era

Secretary Gale Norton, right, conversing during appearance at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., for discussion of newly-released report, Banking on Nature, spelling out national, state, local economic benefits provided by the national wildlife refuge system, in terms of tourist dollars, tax revenues, job creation

Secretary Gale Norton speaking at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., on newly-released report, Banking on Nature, spelling out national, state, local economic benefits provided by the national wildlife refuge system, in terms of tourist dollars, tax revenues, job creation

Secretary Gale Norton, far left, and Travel Industry Association President Roger Dow, far right, among officials on hand at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., for discussion of newly-released report, Banking on Nature, spelling out national, state, local economic benefits provided by the national wildlife refuge system, in terms of tourist dollars, tax revenues, job creation

Secretary Gale Norton speaking at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., on newly-released report, Banking on Nature, spelling out national, state, local economic benefits provided by the national wildlife refuge system, in terms of tourist dollars, tax revenues, job creation

Secretary Gale Norton, right, appearing at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., to discuss newly-released report, Banking on Nature, spelling out national, state, local economic benefits provided by the national wildlife refuge system, in terms of tourist dollars, tax revenues, job creation

Secretary Gale Norton, right, appearing at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., to discuss newly-released report, Banking on Nature, spelling out national, state, local economic benefits provided by the national wildlife refuge system, in terms of tourist dollars, tax revenues, job creation

Secretary Gale Norton speaking at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., on newly-released report, Banking on Nature, spelling out national, state, local economic benefits provided by the national wildlife refuge system, in terms of tourist dollars, tax revenues, job creation

Secretary Gale Norton with wildlife refuge managers and staff on hand at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., for discussion of newly-released report, Banking on Nature, spelling out national, state, local economic benefits provided by the national wildlife refuge system, in terms of tourist dollars, tax revenues, job creation

Secretary Gale Norton speaking at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., on newly-released report, Banking on Nature, spelling out national, state, local economic benefits provided by the national wildlife refuge system, in terms of tourist dollars, tax revenues, job creation

Secretary Gale Norton speaking at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., on newly-released report, Banking on Nature, spelling out national, state, local economic benefits provided by the national wildlife refuge system, in terms of tourist dollars, tax revenues, job creation

Secretary Gale Norton with wildlife refuge managers and staff on hand at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., for discussion of newly-released report, Banking on Nature, spelling out national, state, local economic benefits provided by the national wildlife refuge system, in terms of tourist dollars, tax revenues, job creation

Secretary Gale Norton with wildlife refuge managers and staff on hand at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., for discussion of newly-released report, Banking on Nature, spelling out national, state, local economic benefits provided by the national wildlife refuge system, in terms of tourist dollars, tax revenues, job creation

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Cincinnati, Ohio, [where he marked the one-year anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 with a press conference and visit to the Forest Square project, a low-income housing development under construction using $1 million in Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance funds]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Cincinnati, Ohio, [where he marked the one-year anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 with a press conference and visit to the Forest Square project, a low-income housing development under construction using $1 million in Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance funds]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Cincinnati, Ohio, [where he marked the one-year anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 with a press conference and visit to the Forest Square project, a low-income housing development under construction using $1 million in Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance funds]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Cincinnati, Ohio, [where he marked the one-year anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 with a press conference and visit to the Forest Square project, a low-income housing development under construction using $1 million in Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance funds]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Cincinnati, Ohio, [where he marked the one-year anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 with a press conference and visit to the Forest Square project, a low-income housing development under construction using $1 million in Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance funds]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Cincinnati, Ohio, [where he marked the one-year anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 with a press conference and visit to the Forest Square project, a low-income housing development under construction using $1 million in Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance funds]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Cincinnati, Ohio, [where he marked the one-year anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 with a press conference and visit to the Forest Square project, a low-income housing development under construction using $1 million in Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance funds]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Cincinnati, Ohio, [where he marked the one-year anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 with a press conference and visit to the Forest Square project, a low-income housing development under construction using $1 million in Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance funds]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Cincinnati, Ohio, [where he marked the one-year anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 with a press conference and visit to the Forest Square project, a low-income housing development under construction using $1 million in Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance funds]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Cincinnati, Ohio, [where he marked the one-year anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 with a press conference and visit to the Forest Square project, a low-income housing development under construction using $1 million in Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance funds]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan in Bow, New Hampshire, [where he visited Bow Highlands, an affordable housing project currently under construction with Recovery Act Tax Credit Assistance Program funds. The project will create 97 jobs and 20 new affordable housing units.]

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