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Inventory of the Uno J. Hebuck Collection
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Description
As a lifelong resident of the Roseville and Rocklin area, Uno Jacob Hebuck was especially suited to document the history of pioneer families of Placer County. Hebuck was born on September 27, 1897 in Roseville, California. The Uno J. Hebuck Collection is arranged in one series: 1. Manuscripts. Items span the years 1971 to 1977. Several items are undated.
Background
As a lifelong resident of the Roseville and Rocklin area, Uno Jacob Hebuck was especially suited to document the history of pioneer families of Placer County. Hebuck was born on September 27, 1897 in Roseville, California. His parents were born in Finland, father Henry A. in 1869 and mother Sofia Haaga in 1871. The couple moved to 501 Tahoe Avenue, Roseville in 1889 and Henry worked in Rocklin as a blacksmith for a granite quarry. The family soon grew with the addition of eleven children, three of whom died. By 1907 the Hebuck children included Lewis, Sulo, Henry R., Lempi, Uno, Marie, Harvey, and Elvira. Henry then moved his family to Cemetery Road in Rocklin.
Extent
1 linear ft.
Restrictions
For permission to reproduce or publish, please consult Roseville Public Library History Collection staff. Permission for reproduction or publication is given on behalf of the Roseville Public Library History Collection, Roseville, as the owner of the physical items. The researcher assumes all responsibility for possible infringement that may arise from reproduction or publication of materials from the Roseville Public Library History Collection.
Availability
Collection is open for research.