[Cheyenne, WY]: Teschemacher & DeBillier Cattle Co., .
6 pp, in original sewn wrappers. Spine and rear wrapper stained, ca. 1.5 x 4.5-inch section cut from front wrapper, contemporary manuscript computations throughout. Good. The Teschemacher & DeBillier Cattle Company was founded by Hubert Englebricht Teschemacher (1856-1907) and Frederick Ogden de Billier (1857-1935) in 1882 in Platte County, Wyoming. Both men were recent Harvard graduates, and Theodore Roosevelt was among their early investors. This statement prepared for shareholders provided a detailed breakdown of the compay's assets, describing the types and numbers of cattle and horses (total values $483,750 and $16,000, respectively), listing each of the real estate holdings with individual valuations (total value $34,000), and giving a brief summary of the tools and equipment. Also recorded are the value of beef sold in the past season ($60,881), how that money was reinvested (in bulls and real estate), labor costs, and taxes. Not located in OCLC.