Guide to the Sisquoc Ranch photograph album Wyles SC 588
Finding aid prepared by D. Tambo, 2003; latest revision July 29, 2016.
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Title: Sisquoc Ranch photograph album
Identifier/Call Number: Wyles SC 588
Contributing Institution: UC Santa Barbara Library, Department of Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 0.1 linear feet (1 folder)
Date (inclusive): circa 1899-1900
Abstract: Photograph album, with approximately 76 b/w images and handwritten captions, ca. 1899-1900. Most of the photos are of Sisquoc Ranch [Rancho Sisquoc], Santa Barbara County, California.
The collection is open for research.
[Identification of Item], Sisquoc Ranch photograph album, Wyles SC 588. Department of Special Collections, UC Santa Barbara Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.
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Library purchase, 1984.
Photograph album, with approximately 76 b/w images and handwritten captions, ca. 1899-1900. Most of the photos are of Sisquoc Ranch [Rancho Sisquoc], Santa Barbara County, California, including the land, buildings, work such as branding cattle, and the Lucius E. Greene and Vicente Castro families. Also included are images of the Greene home in Alameda, California, shots from a ferry boat in San Francisco Bay, and images of the [Greene?] residence at 536 Lyon St., San Francisco.
Easton (Robert O.) Oral History, 1971-1990. Included are interviews (Tapes 18927-28) conducted by David E. Russell, with Robert O. Easton, about the contents of the Rancho Sisquoc photo album. Easton grew up on the ranch. Copies of the interview transcripts are filed with the album.