Mrs. D. W. Mott collection, circa 1800s-1900s MVC019
Mrs. D. W. Mott Collection
Official Independence Day Program, Oxnard, California, July 2, 3 and 4, 1910
"Ventura: A social psychological study of an American Community," by S. Stansfeld Sargent
Autograph album of May Henning
Certificate of earmark and brand of Jose Tadeo Sanchez, April 19, 1856
Photo portrait of Mike Sanchez, brother of Thad Sanchez, and son of Tadeo and Rita Sanchez
Memo by Herbert F. Ricard, June 1, 1966
[Four-page list of names, apparently locating businesses and residents by name and street location in Ventura prior to 1884]
Empty manila envelope on which a handwritten list of apparently early Ventura sites appears
Fragment of letter signed "Love to all, Ralie," undated
Letter from Frank E. Best, Genealogist, to Mr. Theodore Nye, January 19, 1901
A Report and a Request from one Topping to Another from Charles E. Topping, November 1st, 1947
Empty manila envelope from Kingsley Studio, 2016 East Main Street, Ventura, California, labeled "Proofs"
Photostats of Family Records of Topping, Nye, Gilbert and Jenney families, from Kingsley Studios to Miss E. Topping
Document from California State Legislature, signed by then-Senator Robert J. Lagomarsino, describing the Great Seal of the State of California and the State Flower
Pamphlet: "An Introduction to Shoreline Development, A Portion of The Master Plan for Parks and Recreation, Ventura County, California"
Pamphlet: "Brief Facts about Ventura County, California"
Pamphlet: "Santa Barbara County Court House, Santa Barbara, California"
Letter from Julia Steffa, Librarian, Ventura County Free Library, to Mrs. L. O. Jorgensen, Fillmore, California, September 25, 1917
List of contributors to a fund for furnishing books, magazines and newspapers to soldiers and sailors during World War I
Two copies of Ventura County Star-Free Press containing Ventura County's World War II Honor Roll, Monday February 22, 1943
Newspaper Clippings on World Wars I and II
Thank-you letter from Catherine S. Chadwick, Director of Library Services, to Lawrence Solberg, July 23, 1970
Copy of the Daily Evening Star from Washington, December 16, 1852
Letter from F. D. Lowe, Sr. to Elizabeth Topping, June 7 (year unstated)
Copy of Sunday Los Angeles Sunday Times with headline: "Ventura's Street Fair," October 7, 1900
Two signs; Brown, Craig & Co's General insurance Agency, 215 Sansome Street, San Francisco. E. T. Hare, Agent at San Buenaventura, Cal.
Notes, text, and correspondence regarding a book, Legends and Lore of the Long Ago (Ventura County, California), published in 1929 by Club Women of Ventura County, directed by Mrs. D. W. Mott
Unidentified women, group and individuals
View of Mission San Buenaventura, from hill looking east, undated
View of Olivas Adobe, undated
Booklet: "Proposed Amendments to Constitution, Propositions and Proposed Laws...General Election Tuesday, Nov. 4, 1952"
Newspaper: "Army Times," February 11, 1950
Newspaper; "Army Times," August 5, 1950
Diary of William B. Baker
Handwritten articles attributed to "Doc" Guiberson, who sent articles to the Ventura papers using the pen-name "Jeff. "
Publication: "The Aegis," edited by the girls of OHS (Oakland High School), December 1906
Publication: "Golden Gate Park, San Francisco," from photographs by W. B. Tyler, published by H. S. Crocker & Co. , San Francisco, 1890
Application for Insurance for Birdie L. Fluck, July 21, 1949
Programs - Art
Programs - Dance
Programs - Drama
Programs - Lectures
Programs - Memorial Services
Programs - Music
Land Document from U. S. government in name of Joseph B. Wickoff, September 7, 1891
Set of Six Steel Engravings
State and County Tax Receipts of W. H. Anderson
Jornal Portugues, March 19, 1937
Constituicao: Uniao Portugueza, 1913
Constitucion y Estatutos de la Union Latina-Americana No. 1, October 4, 1914
Letter in Spanish(?) from Antonio Soares d'Borba, Fort Bragg, CA, to "Caro Amigo!", April 5, 1910
Diary of William B. Baker of Wagon Trip from Avon Rock County, Wisconsin to Nevada City, CA, same year, 1852
Genealogy of Browne Family of Philadelphia, PA, 1914
Loose: Empty Envelope labeled "Mrs. D. W. Mott Collection, 2 doc.'s in humidifier"