4101934, Joseph Honecker Museum Letter

When Henry and his Mother Mary were very worried about paying taxes during the Great Depression, they arranged with Joseph Honecker to buy many of John’s taxidermy items. He never did pay them. There was a misunderstanding, saying that it was all dependent on his ability to sell to the man in Brooklyn and it was a heartbreak for the family. Henry still sold some left over items and John’s horses as well to pay taxes on the farm.