Last week one of Business Insider's contributors, Bankers Anonymous, posted a neat picture of a Youngstown, Ohio, steelworker's tax return from the 1940s.

You guys loved it, and we loved it, and apparently Twitter also loved it because @topaperpour kindly tweeted us an even older tax form — one from the Midwest in 1911.

Check out the nostalgia below.

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