|Title||Ordinances of the Town of Auburn|
|Object Name||Book, Instruction|
|Year Range from||1891|
|Year Range to||1914|
|Scope & Content||
City ordinances of the Town of Auburn (formerly Slaughter) passed between 1891 and 1914. 205 ordinances are listed and the specific information of each ordinance is included.
City ordinances of this period addressed: sidewalk construction; preventing and punishing gambling; controlling animals; levying street poll taxes; setting speed limits for bicyclists; establishing a free public library; accessioning land; selection of an official newspaper; granting right-of-way to railways; and declaring the construction of boxes in cafes a nuisance.
|Collection||City of Auburn Collection|
|Credit Line||White River Valley Museum Collection, Gift of the City of Auburn.|