TYPE: Manuscript
DIMENSIONS: folium size
COMPONENTS: volume; vellum cover; 470 pages, some blank, none missing
CONDITION: the vellum on the back is a bit broken, but condition is fine, pages are mostly clean, just a few lightly soiled at the end.
NOTES: Regarding this Laja Manuscript I would not only say it's rare but UNIQUE, this is an entire statistical and historical file from the town of Laja, an Important Colonial City. I would say it's more important than the Ladron de Guevara manuscript due to the data.
ITEM ID: 480
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Account Book for La Paz, Bolivia

DATE
Year: 1732
Decade: 1730s
Century: 18th (1701-1800)
Notes: 1732-93

A manuscript from Laja, the town where the city of La Paz was founded. This manuscript is the account book of the town which had one of the richest churches of the area. It includes an accurate description of the purchases and important transactions of this town from 1732-1793. It contains much historical data from that time, and is essentially an entire statistical and historical file from the town of Laja, an Important Colonial City.