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Key to Arrangement

 

Papers of Robert Whitney Waterman

Boxes 1-15

Letters written to Waterman, 1839-1891

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically by name of person or organization. A single letter miscellany precedes each letter of the alphabet. Many letters relate only to family activities, others to family business interests, including mines in San Bernardino and San Diego Counties, the Waterman Ranch and Holstein Dairy, and Railroads --particularly the San Diego, Cuyamaca and Eastern Railway Company. Some letters relate to Waterman's political career. Unidentified letters are in a folder at the end. A partial list of correspondents follows the key to arrangement.
Box 1

A Misc. - Bh

Box 2

Bi - Brown, Ebenezer G.

Box 3

Brown, John - Coq

Box 4

Cor - G Misc.

Box 5

Ga - Hoo

Box 6

Hop - Lim

Box 7

Lin - Mh

Box 8

Mi - Poo

Box 9

Por - S Misc.

Box 10

Sa - Sg

Box 11

Sh - V

Box 12

W Misc. - Waterman, Helen J.

Box 13

Waterman, James S. - Waterman, Theodore F.

Box 14

Waterman, Waldo S.

Box 15

Waterman, Waldo S. - Z

Boxes 16-17

Letters written by Waterman, 1848-1891

Additional Note

Mainly originals addressed to members of his family. Arranged chronologically. Letters dated 1850-1852 were written on the journey to California and from the northern mines. Some relate to business and politics; many are partially or entirely concerned with family activities.
Box 16

1848 -1887

Box 17

1888 -1891

Box 17

Papers relating to his term as governor

Additional Note

Included are oath of office, speeches, proclamations, and items relating to legislative bills.
 

Personalia

Additional Note

Includes biographies, letters of introduction and recommendation, passes (Civil War), and demits.
 

Miscellany

Additional Note

Includes illustrated price list of wagons sold by Waterman.
Ctn. 1

Diaries, 1869-1890

Additional Note

Contain information on his move to California in 1873, travels as machinery salesman for Baker & Hamilton, Waterman's Hot Springs near San Bernardino, prospecting trips, mines, law suits, railroads, and political activities.
There are no volumes for 1870 through 1873, and 1889. Diary entries for 1865 through 1869 are in Account Book, v. 7; diary entries for 1872-1873 are in Account Book, v. 4.
 

Guest Book, Waterman's Hot Springs, San Bernardino, Calif., 1875-1880

 

Account Books, 1852-1891

Additional Note

Accounts from 1852 to 1873 are for Waterman's store in Illinois. Accounts from 1873 relate mainly to mining operations.
 

v. 1, 1852-1856, 1862, 1869

 

v. 2. 1857-1859, 1870-1871. Also includes account of prospecting trip, 1877 (p. 335)

 

v. 3, 1856-1863 (Standing separately on shelf.)

 

v. 4, 1852-1861. Also contains family birth and death dates, and diary for 1872-1873 (Standing separately on shelf.)

 

v. 5, 1857-1859 (Standing separately on shelf.)

 

v. 6, 1858-1860 (Standing separately on shelf.)

 

v. 7, 1859-1860. Also contains diary for 1865-1869

 

v. 8, 1868-1875

 

v. 9, 1881-1886

 

v. 10, 1881-1886

 

v. 11, 1882-1886

 

v. 12, 1886-1891

oversize Oversize folder 1

Amador and Calaveras Agricultural Association District no. 26. Certificate as life member. 188[?]-

 

Resolution, Senate Members, March 8, 1887. Resolution of esteem and respect as president of the Senate.

oversize Oversize folder 2

Blueprint. Proposed plan of 10 stamp mill for Waterman and Porters. n.d.

 

Sheeps: Specs for machinery. Empire Mine. Grass Valley. Letter attached - September 23, 1914. George W. Starr attached to I. M. Scott, Jr.

 

Pan and Settler framing for Waterman and Porter (Drawing on Linen).

 

Drawing, hydraulic pumping engine for 3000 ft. level. Chollar, Norcross and Savage S. Co. Virginia City, Nevada. December 2, 1884.

oversize Oversize folder 3

2 posters - advertisements for R. W. Waterman dry goods store, Wilmington, Illinois. 1852.

 

Papers of Jane (Gardner) Waterman [Mrs. Robert Whitney Waterman]

carton Ctns. 2-3

Letters written to Mrs. Waterman

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically, with three folders of miscellaneous letters at the beginning. A partial list of correspondents follows the key to arrangement.
Ctn. 2

Letters to Mrs. Waterman: Misc. - Waterman, James S.

Ctn. 3

Letters to Mrs. Waterman: Waterman, Waldo S. - Z

Ctn. 3

Letters written by Mrs. Waterman, 1847-1904

Additional Note

Originals, written to members of the family. Arranged chronologically.
 

Diaries, 1880, 1885, 1887, 1888

 

Miscellany

 

Papers of Mary Pamelia (Waterman) Rice [Mrs. Hyland Washington Rice]

carton Ctns. 3-5

Letters written to her

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically, with eight folders of miscellaneous letters at the beginning of the file. Many letters relate to family business including the ranch and dairy near San Bernardino. A partial list of correspondents follows the key to arrangement.
Ctn. 3

Letters to Mary P. Rice: Misc.

Ctn. 4

Letters to Mary P. Rice: A - Waterman, James S.

Ctn. 5

Letters to Mary P. Rice: Waterman, Jane G - Z

Ctn. 5

Letters written by her

 

Miscellany

 

Papers of Hyland Washington Rice

Ctn. 5

Letters written to him

 

Letters written by him

 

Scrapbook, Autograph Book, Account Books and Diaries

 

Miscellany

 

Letters written to Hyland Charles Rice (son of Mary P. W. Rice)

 

Letters written to Robert Waterman Rice (son of Mary P. W. Rice)

oversize Oversize folder 1

National Guard of California. H. W. Rice. Commission as major and assistant adjutant general. February 12, 1880.

 

National Guard of California. H. W. Rice. Commission of captain. February 28, 1882.

 

National Guard of California. H. W. Rice. Commission of first lieutenant. January 10, 1880.

 

M. D. Degree. 1870.

 

Papers of James Sears Waterman [son]

Ctn. 5

Letters written to him

 

Letters written by him

 

Diaries and Accounts

 

Miscellany

 

Papers of Waldo Sprague Waterman [son]

Ctn. 6

Letters written to him

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically with one folder of miscellaneous letters preceding the file. A partial list of correspondents follows the key to arrangement.
 

Letters written by him

Additional Note

Miscellaneous letters are in one folder. A letterpress copy book contains business letters for 1892 and 1893.
 

Miscellany

 

Papers of Helen Jane Waterman [daughter]

Ctn. 6-7

Letters written to her

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically, with five folders of miscellaneous letters at the beginning. A partial list of correspondents follows the key to arrangement.
Ctn. 6

Letters to Helen J. Waterman: Misc. - Waterman, Jane G.

Ctn. 7

Letters to Helen J. Waterman: Waterman, Waldo S. - Z

 

Letters written by her

 

Miscellany

Additional Note

Mainly pamphlets relating to medicine, social hygiene, and political issues including woman suffrage, prohibition, and white slavery.
 

Papers of Abbie Louisa Waterman [daughter]

carton Ctns. 7-8

Letters written to her

Ctn. 7

Letters to Abbie L. Waterman: Misc. - Bodwell, C. E.

Ctn. 8

Letters to Abbie L. Waterman: Bodwell, C. E. - Z

Ctn. 8

Letters written by her

 

Miscellany

 

Letters written to Anna Charlotte (Waterman) Scott (Mrs. Irving Murray Scott, Jr.)

 

Letters written to Irving Murray Scott, Jr.

 

Miscellaneous letters

Additional Note

Letters written neither to nor by members of the Waterman family. Included are letters written to Francis A. Park, John L. Porter and Henry M. Willis; letter written by John F. Miller, and letterpress copybook for the firms of Puterbaugh, Leovy & Humes, and Leovy & Humes.
Ctn. 9

Miscellany

Additional Note

Includes reports, drawings, assay reports and other items relating to mining and railroads. A separate folder contains a recipe book, ore sample and unidentified photographs.
 

Legal records

Additional Note

Included are deeds, leases, abstracts of title, agreements to sell, contracts, land patents, mortgages, mining claims, etc. Separated into 3 groups: Miscellaneous business and family, Mining and Railroad.
carton Ctns. 10-11

Financial records

Additional Note

Included are invoices, property tax and other receipts, cancelled promissory notes, trial balance sheets, cancelled checks, etc. Most of the items are household accounts and are arranged chronologically by year. These are followed by records for the Waterman Ranch and Holstein Dairy and by cancelled checks, some of which are for mining and railroad expenses.
carton Ctns. 12-13

Invitations, Announcements, Programs, etc.

Ctn. 14

Newspaper clippings

Additional Note

Include obituaries for R. W. Waterman, articles concerning members of the Waterman family, politics, etc.

Partial List of Correspondents

 

A - Miscellany

 

Adams, Frederick

 

Letter, May 13, 18[90?]

 

American White Bronze Co.

 

Letter, Aug. 1, 1887

 

Anthony, Charles Elam, 1843-

 

Letter, July 14, 1889

 

Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company, Boston

 

Letter, Jan. 17, 1882, signed by J. A. Williamson, Land Commissioner.

 

Alberti, Clark, 1850?-

 

23 letters, 1887-1891

carton (Carton 4)

186 letters to Mary P. W. Rice, 1887-1892

 

Alden, Philander M.

 

19 letters, 1883-1886. Mainly written as executor of the estate of James Sears Waterman, the governor's brother.

 

Allen, Charles H., 1828-

see California. State Normal School, San Jose

 

Allen, Isaac P., 1847-

 

9 letters, 1887-1890

 

Allison, Robert, 1814-

 

11 letters, 1887-1890

 

Angel, Myron, d. 1911

 

4 letters, 1888-1890

 

Aull, Charles, 1849-

see California. State Prison, Folsom

 

B - Miscellany

 

Banks, William O.

 

Letter, Mar. 7, 1890

 

Barstow, Calif., Citizens

 

Letter, Mar. 4, 1888, requesting removal of school from Waterman to Barstow.

 

Benchley, Leonidas B.

 

Letter, Oct. 19, 1850, written from Sacramento City.

 

Bidwell, Annie Ellicott (Kennedy), 1839-1918

 

Letter, May 14, 1890

 

Bidwell, John, 1819-1900

 

Letter, Nov. 2, 1887

 

Booth, Andrew George, 1845-1903

 

Letter, Dec. 8, 1888

 

Boren, Alley Dennis, 1818-1898

 

Letter, Feb. 6, 1889

 

Boynton, Seth Sprague, 1847-1906

 

Letter, Jan. 4, 1888

 

Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen

 

Letter, Sept. 29, 1890

 

Buckles, Abraham Jay, 1846-

 

Letter, May 15, 1890

 

Bush, Chauncey Carroll, 1831-1908

 

Letter, Dec. 21, 1889

 

Babcock, Elisha S., Jr., 1849-

see Coronado Beach Co.

 

Badlam, Alexander, 1835-1898

 

3 letters, 1889-1890

 

Baker & Hamilton

 

11 letters, 1876-1890

 

Ballou, Addie Lucia

 

2 letters, 1891

 

Bancroft, Hubert Howe, 1832-1918

see The History Company, San Francisco

 

Bank of San Bernardino

 

34 letters, 1885-1891, signed by Lewis Jacobs and William A. Conn.

 

Bard, Thomas Robert, 1841-1915

 

2 letters, 1890

 

Barnes, William H. L., 1836-1902

 

10 letters, 1887-1890

 

Barrett, A. W.

 

5 letters, 1890

 

Bartlett, Columbus

 

3 letters, 1887-1889

 

Beatty, Denson & Oatman

 

14 letters, 1888-1890

 

Beauregard (H. T.) & Co.

 

3 letters, 1888-1889

 

Benson, Leroy E., 1826-

 

2 letters, 1851-1888. Letter, 1851, written from California mines.

 

Berry, John R. [Editor of San Diego Union]

 

4 letters, 1888-1890

 

Bidwell, Annie Ellicott (Kennedy), 1839-1918

carton (Carton 2)

Letter, May 2, 1891, to Jane G. Waterman

 

Bishop, E. B.

 

2 letters, 1889

 

Blair, John Insley, 1802-1899

see Blair & Co.

 

Blair & Co.

 

20 letters, 1888-1891

 

Blake, Maurice Cary, 1815-1897

 

5 letters, 1890-1891

 

Boggs, John, 1829-1899

see California. Legislature. Senate.

See also: letter written by Boggs, Dec. 5, 1889, to Katie (Miller) Garnett, enclosed in her letter to R. W. Waterman of Nov. 19, 1890 (Box 5)

 

Boggs, William Montgomery, 1826-1911

 

3 letters, 1888-1889, mainly seeking financial aid for M. G. Vallejo.

 

Boruck, Marcus Derckheim, 1833 or 1834-1895

 

247 letters, 1887-1891, mainly written as private secretary to the governor.

 

Bowers, William Wallace, 1834-1917

 

5 letters, 1887-1891

 

Boyce, Henry H.

 

58 letters, 1886-1890

 

Breyfogle, C. W., 1841-

 

2 letters, 1887-1889. One letter written while mayor of San Jose.

 

Bridges, Lyman

 

2 letters, 1889-1891

 

Brooke, Henry Campbell, 1834-

see San Bernardino Co., Calif. Supt. of Schools

 

Brooks, James S., 1826-

 

4 letters, 1887-1890

 

Brown, Ebenezer Griffin, 1821-

 

6 letters, 1887-1890

 

Brown, John, Jr., 1847-

 

9 letters, 1884-1890

 

Brown, Joseph

 

64 letters, 1887-1891, mainly written as secretary of San Bernardino, Arrowhead & Waterman Railway Company, and as a member of the Board of Insane Asylum Commissioners.

 

Butler, John A.

 

5 letters, 1882-1888

 

C - Miscellany

 

El Cajon Vineyard Co.

 

Letter, Sept. 3, 1890, signed by W. R. Guy.

 

California. State Board of Forestry

 

Letter, Dec. 4, 1889

 

California. State School, Whittier

 

Letter, July 27, 1889.

See also Lindley, Hervey and Lindley, Walter.

 

California River Improvement Convention

 

Letter, Feb. 17, 1890

 

Calkins, Leonard Sayles, 1853-

 

Letter, Dec. 6, 1888

 

Campbell, John Lloyd, 1855-

 

Letter, Mar. 11, 1889

 

Chapin, Frank S.

 

Letter, Dec. 22, 1888

 

Christy, Samuel Benedict, 1853-1914

 

Letter, Aug. 25, 1889

 

Craig, C. W.

 

Letter, Jan. 14, 1891

 

California. Adjutant General's Office

 

15 letters, 1887-1890, signed by George B. Cosby and Richard H Orton.

 

California. Attorney General's Office

 

3 letters, 1889-1890, signed by George A. Johnson.

 

California. Board of State Harbor Commissioners

 

13 letters, 1888-1890, signed mainly by William D. English and George Tilghman.

 

California. Department of Public Instruction

 

6 letters, 1888-1890, signed by Ira G. Hoitt, state superintendent.

 

California. Legislature. Assembly

 

4 letters, 1889, signed by J. C. Campbell, M. C. Chapman and L. J. Frank.

 

California. Legislature. Senate

 

8 letters, 1887-1889, signed by Frank J. Moffatt, John Boggs, and others.

 

California. National Guard

 

19 letters, 1889-1891

 

California. School for the Blind, Berkeley

 

7 letters, 1888-1890, signed by Warring Wilkinson, principal.

 

California. Secretary of State

carton (Carton 2)

10 letters, 1887-1891, signed by William C. Hendricks and Edwin G. Waite. Letter to Jane G. Waterman, May 29, 1891, written by Edwin G. Waite

 

California. State Mining Bureau

 

12 letters, 1887-1890, signed mainly by William Irelan, Jr., state mineralogist.

 

California State Normal School, Chico

 

7 letters, 1889-1890

 

California. State Normal School, Los Angeles

 

3 letters, 1888-1889, signed by Ira More.

 

California. State Normal School, San Jose

 

3 letters, 1888-1890, signed by Charles H. Allen and Henry French.

 

California. State Prison, Folsom

 

6 letters, 1888-1890, signed by Charles Aull, warden.

 

California. State Prison, San Quentin

 

14 letters, 1888-1890, signed by John McComb, warden.

 

California. University

 

14 letters, 1887-1890, signed by Horace Davis, J. C. Rowell, and others.

 

California Bank

 

23 letters, 1889-1890, signed by H. C. Witmer and others.

 

California Central Railway Company

see California Southern Railroad Company

 

California Southern Railroad Company

 

11 letters, 1881-1889, signed by Thomas L. Rogers and others. Enclosure: 1000 mile ticket.

 

California Universalist Convention

 

8 letters, 1888-1890

 

Central Pacific Railroad

carton (Carton 6)

Letter to Waldo S. Waterman, Sept. 16, 1884, signed by H. B. Underhill.

 

Chase, Charles Metaphor, 1833-1899

 

3 letters, 1877-1889

 

Chipman, Norton Parker, 1836-1924

see Grand Army of the Republic

 

Clunie, Thomas Jefferson, 1852-1903

see U.S. Congress. House of Representatives

 

Colburn, Frona Eunice Wait (Smith), 1859-

 

3 letters, 1890 and n.d., signed Frona E. Wait.

carton (Carton 2)

Letter to Jane G. Waterman, Apr, 13, 1891

 

Conklin, Alvah Russell, 1835-

 

2 letters, 1889-1891

 

Conn, William Alexander, 1814-1903

see Bank of San Bernardino

 

Consolidated National Bank

 

23 letters, 1887-1891, signed mainly by John Ginty.

 

Cook, Albert Stanburrough, 1853-1927

 

2 letters, 1888. One letter written while president of the California Teachers's Association.

 

Cooper, Sarah Brown (Ingersoll), 1836-1896

see Golden Gate Kindergarten Association

 

Coronado Beach Company

 

24 letters, 1887-1891, signed by Elisha S. Babcock, Jr.

 

Crandall, Albert W., 1835-1905

 

5 letters, 1887-1890

 

Crew, Alexander, H., 1835-

see California. State Normal School, Chico

 

Crocker, Charles Frederick, 1854-1897

 

8 letters, 1888-1890

 

Crooks, J. E., 1845-

 

2 letters, 1889

 

Cunningham, Stephen Mandeville, 1820-1899

 

3 letters, 1888-1889, written as custodian of the Mariposa Big Tree Grove.

 

Curtis, William Jesse, 1838-

 

2 letters, 1889

 

D - Miscellany

 

Davenport, Noel, 1847-

 

Letter, Apr. 30, 1890

 

Dean, Peter, 1828-1901

 

Telegram, Mar. 19, 1889

 

Dixon, Mathew William, 1828-

 

Telegram, Sept. 18, 1889

 

Dunsmoor, Charles Henry, 1850-

 

Letter, Apr. 5, 1890

 

Daggett, John, 1833-1919

 

2 letters, 1887-1889

 

Daley, Thomas J., 1853-1911

see San Diego, Cuyamaca & Eastern Railway Co.

 

Davidson, George, 1825-1911

see U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey

 

Davis, Horace, 1831-1916

see California. University

 

Dawson, R. W.

 

4 letters, 1889-1890

 

Denson, Samuel Crawford, 1839-1917

see Beatty, Denson & Oatman

 

Desmond, Louis A., 1859-

 

5 letters, 1886-1888

 

De Young, Michael Harry, 1849-1925

 

2 letters, 1889 and undated

 

Dimond, William Henry, 1841?-

 

8 letters, 1887-1890

 

Dodge, John Mason, 1853-

 

9 letters, 1888-1890

 

Douglas, John Waldo, 1818-1883

 

3 letters, 1851-1879. Letter dated 1851 written from Marysville.

 

Douglas, W. W.

 

49 letters, 1887-1891, mainly written as executive secretary to the governor.

 

Downey, John Gately, 1827-1894

 

2 letters, 1890

 

Drew, H. L., 1839-1901

 

21 letters, 1889-1891

carton (Carton 4)

16 letters to Mary P. W. Rice, 1886-1892

 

E - Miscellany

 

Eagon, John A., 1827-1892

 

Letter, Dec. 26, 1888

 

Edwards, E. E., 1835-

 

Letter, Mar. 20, 1889

 

Elevator (periodical)

 

Letter, Oct. 6, 1886

 

Epperson, Brutus Clay, 1830-

 

Letter, June 18, 1889

 

Earp, Virgil W., 1843-1906

 

3 letters, 1889

 

Easton, Wendell, 1848-

see Easton, Eldridge & Co.

 

Easton, Eldridge & Co.

 

2 letters, 1890-1891, from Wendell Easton.

 

Estee, Morris M., 1833-1903

 

3 letters, 1888-1889

 

F - Miscellany

 

Field, Kate, 1838-1896

 

Letter, Jan. 3, 1888

 

Fitch, Thomas

 

Letter, Jan. 19, 1889

 

Fulton Iron Works

 

Letter, June 28, 1883

 

Fair, James Graham, 1831-1894

 

8 letters, 1889-1891. Several letters written by his secretary.

 

Field, Stephan Johnson, 1816-1899

see U.S. Supreme Court

 

Filkins, C. W., 1844-

 

6 letters, 1887-1889

 

Foltz, Clara (Shortridge)

 

7 letters, 1877-1890

 

Fowler, Edwin Wilson

see The History Company, San Francisco

 

Fox, Charles Nelson, 1829-1904

 

12 letters, 1887-1890

 

Frary, A. P.

 

10 letters, 1887-1888, concerning a quartz mine in Butte County.

 

Frary, Frank P., 1856-

 

2 letters, 1888

 

Frémont, Jessie (Benton), 1824-1902

carton (Carton 2)

Letter to Jane G. Waterman, Feb. 15, 18[90?]

 

G - Miscellany

 

Gallatin, Albert, 1835-1905

 

Letter, Oct. 17, 1888. Enclosures: copy of letter dated Oct. 17, 1888 from Gallatin to Ira E. Oatman and letter dated Oct. 12, 1888 from Oatman to Gallatin.

 

Gerberding, A.,

 

Letter, Jan. 10, 1890

 

Gibson, E. M., 1842-

 

Letter, June 19, 1889

 

Gillmore, Jessie, 1825-

 

Letter, Dec. 4, 1890

 

Gordon, H. C.

 

Letter, Aug. 27, 1890

 

Gamble, John

 

2 letter, 1887-1890

 

Gardner, Cephas, 1800-1881

 

37 letter, 1851-1879

 

Gardner, Hezekiah

 

31 letters, 1866-1890. Letters dated 1866 concern reconstruction.

 

Gibson, A. B.

 

11 letters, 1890. Concern possible sale of Stonewall Mine.

 

Gibson, J. C., 1829-

 

4 letters, 1890-1891

 

Gibson, James Alexander, 1852-1922

 

2 letters, 1887-1889

 

Gill, Nelson Green, 1830-

 

4 letters, 1886-1888

 

Ginty, John

see Consolidated National Bank

 

Gird, Richard, 1836-

 

20 letters, 1887-1891, mainly concern political appointments.

 

Golden Gate Kindergarten Association

 

4 letters, 1889-1890, signed by Mrs. Sarah Brown Cooper, president.

carton (Carton 2)

2 letters to Jane G. Waterman, 1888-1889

 

Goucher, George G., 1855-

see California. Legislature. Senate

 

Goucher, W. H.

 

6 letters, 1890-1891

 

Grand Army of the Republic

 

20 letters, 1887-1891

 

Gregg, V. A., 1844-1899

 

3 letters, 1889-1891

 

Gunn, Douglas

 

5 letters, 1888-1889. Several written while mayor of San Diego.

 

H - Miscellany

 

Hallidie, Andrew Smith, 1836-1900

 

Letter, Mar. 11, 1889

 

Hammond, C. M.

 

Letter, Feb. 11, 1889. Enclosure: map of Salt Lake City, 1887

 

Harrison and Morton Protection Club

 

Letter, Aug. 27, 1888, signed by James R. Lowe, president.

 

Hayes, John Chauncey, 1853-1934

 

Letter, Aug. 14, 1890

 

Hendrick, Elijah William, 1847-

 

Letter, Dec. 9, 1888

 

Holcomb, William F., 1831-

 

Letter, Mar. 12, 1889

 

Hovey, Samuel D.

 

Letter, May 3, 1888

 

Hubbell, Stephen C., 1841-

 

Letter, May 23, 1890

 

Huntington, Collis Potter, 1821-1900

 

Letter, May 22, 1888

 

Hale, O. A., 1852-

 

3 letters, 1889-1890

 

Hall, William Hammond, 1846-1926

 

14 letters, 1887-1889, written mainly while state engineer.

 

Hambly, Harry Bishop, 1862-1937

see The History Company, San Francisco

 

Hammond, Richard Pindell, Jr., 1859-

 

7 letters, 1888-1890. Letter of Feb. 7, 1890 includes letter to Waterman from Hervey Lindley, written as U.S. Surveyor General and Golden Gate Park Commissioner.

 

Hancock, George Wisner, 1836-

 

3 letters, 1888-1890

 

Harrison, Benjamin, 1833-1901

 

3 letters, 1888

 

Hayes, George R. B., 1847-1896

 

4 letters, 1888-1890

 

Haymond, Creed, 1836-1893

 

10 letters, 1887-1889

 

Heald, F. H., 1854-

 

3 letters, 1890

 

Hearst, George, 1820-1891

see U.S. Congress. Senate

 

Hendricks, T. P.

See California. State Normal School, Chico

 

Hendricks, William C., 1824-1892

see California. Secretary of State

 

History Company, San Francisco

 

21 letters, 1887-1890. Two letters signed by H. H. Bancroft; others signed mainly by H. B. Hambly and E. W. Fowler. Enclosures to letter of July 22, 1889 include promotional material for Bancroft's history of California.

 

Hoitt, Ira G., 1833-1905

see California. Department of Public Instruction

 

Holden, Edward Singleton, 1846-1914

see Lick Observatory

 

Holder, Charles Frederick, 1851-1915

see Los Angeles Tribune

 

Holmes, Elmer Wallace, 1841-

 

2 letters, 1888

 

Holt, L. M., 1840-

 

10 letters, 1888-1890

 

Houghton, Eliza Poor (Donner), 1843-1922 (Mrs. Sherman Otis Houghton)

carton (Carton 4)

3 letters to Mary P. W. Rice, 1890-1892

 

Houghton, James Franklin, 1827-1903

 

7 letters, 1888-1889

 

Houghton, Sherman Otis, 1828-1914

 

31 letters, 1882-1890. Several are signed Houghton, Silent & Campbell.

 

House, Radcliffe F., 1849-

 

3 letters, 1887-1890

 

Howard, Bryant, 1835-

 

5 letters, 1889-1890

carton (Carton 2)

Letter to Jane G. Waterman, June 1, 1892

 

Hubbell, O. S., 1859-

 

7 letters, 1887-1890

 

Humbert, Pierre A., 1853-

 

11 letters, 1888-1889, written as chief engineer, Folson Water Power Co.

 

Humes, Charles Floyd

see Leovy & Humes

 

Humphrey, Lyman Underwood, 1844-1915

see Kansas. Governor

 

Hunt, Aaron B., 1837-

 

4 letters, 1887-1888

 

Hutchinson, J. S.

see Sather Banking Company

 

I - Miscellany

 

Isaacs, Bernhard

 

Letter, Aug. 30, 1890

 

Illinois. Governor

 

3 letters, 1861-1862. Letter of Nov. 13, 1861 signed by Richard Yates, others signed for him.

 

Irelan, William, Jr., 1842-

see California. State Mining Bureau

 

Isaac, John

 

3 letters, 1888-1890

 

J - Miscellany

 

Jewell (A. M.) & Co.

 

Letter, Nov. 4, 1875

 

Johnson, Frank M., 1844-

 

Letter, Mar. 11, 1889. Also signed by Thomas J. Wilson.

 

Judson Dynamite and Powder Co.

 

Form letter, 189[?]

 

Jacobs, Lewis, 1831-1900

see Bank of San Bernardino

 

James, Alfred

 

6 letters, 1878-1888

 

Jasper (J. A.) & Sickler (W. A.)

 

4 letters, 1887

 

Johnson, Asahel C.

 

15 letters, 1851-1855. Written from Marysville, Rich Gulch, Goodyears Bar and Eureka (Sierra County). Letter of Dec. 17, 1854 written on pictorial lettersheet.

 

Johnson, George A., d. 1894

see California. Attorney General's Office

 

Jones, Albert Foster, 1858-

 

7 letters, 1887-1889. Letter of Feb. 28, 1889 signed as state senator.

 

Jordan, William H., 1849-

 

9 letters, 1887-1889

 

K - Miscellany

 

Kansas. Governor

 

Letter, Feb. 19, 1890, signed by Lyman U. Humphrey.

 

Kilburn, Paris, 1834-

 

7 letters, 1887-1888

 

Klauber, Melville, 1865-1932

see San Diego & Cuyamaca Railroad Co.

 

Kowalsky, Henry I.

 

4 letters, 1889-1890

 

L - Miscellany

 

Lankershim, James Boon, 1850-

 

Letter, Feb. 17, 1890

 

Leake, Edward E., 1849-1926

 

Letter, Apr. 2, [1888?]

 

Lindsay, J. G.

 

Letter, Mar. 27, 1889

 

Llewellyn Steam Condenser Manufacturing Co.

 

Letter, June 12, 1887. With this: invoice for heater for Stonewall Mine. Signed by W. A. Jones.

 

Loop, George W.

 

Letter, Aug. 1, 1850. Addressed to Sacramento City.

 

Loop, Theodore Murray, 1832-

 

Letter, Mar. 11, 1889

 

Los Angeles. Board of Public Works

 

Letter, Dec. 27, 1889, signed by William H. Bonsall, chairman.

 

Louttit, James Alexander, 1848-

 

Letter, Dec. 23, 1890

 

Low, Frederick Ferdinand, 1828-1894

 

Letter, Jan. 24, 1889

 

Lemmon, John Gill, 1832-1908

 

3 letters, 1888 and n.d.

 

Leovy, George J., 1858-

carton (Carton 2)

46 letters to Jane G. Waterman, 1891-1906

See also: Leovy & Humes

 

Leovy & Humes

 

50 letters, 1888-1891, signed mainly by George J. Leovy.

See also: Puterbaugh, George.

 

Lick Observatory

 

10 letters, 1888-1891, signed by Edward S. Holden, director.

 

Lindley, Hervey, 1854-1929

 

75 letters, 1889-1890. Written mainly as a trustee, California Reform School for Juvenile Offenders, Whittier.

 

Lindley, Walter, 1852-1922

 

6 letters, 1888-1890. Several written as superintendent, California Reform School for Juvenile Offenders, Whittier.

 

Livermore, Mary Ashton (Rice), 1820-1905

see United States Sanitary Commission

 

Locke, Samuel

 

3 letters, 1888-1889

 

Long, J. C.

see San Diego, Cuyamaca & Eastern Railway Co.

 

Los Angeles, Mayor

 

3 letters, 1887-1888. Letter of Dec. 11, 1888 signed by William Henry Workman.

 

Los Angeles Tribune

 

26 letters, 1888-1891, signed mainly by Charles F. Holder, J. H. Morrow and Lionel A. Sheldon.

 

Lovejoy, Owen, 1811-1864

 

4 letters, 1860-1862

 

Luce, Moses A., 1842-1933

 

2 letters, 1887-1888. Letter of Dec. 18, 1888 signed Luce, McDonald & Torrance.

 

Lyons, William Joseph, 1851-

 

2 letters, 1888

 

M - Miscellany

 

McClatchy, Charles Kenny, 1858-1936

 

Letter, Dec. 27, 1886

 

McClure, David

 

Letter, Nov. 18, 1887. Concerns pardon for murderer of John Marsh.

 

McCord, Mark L.

 

Letter, Jan. 9, 1888

 

Moore, Robert S., 1857-1930

 

Letter, Apr. 2, 1890

 

Morse, Ephraim Weed, 1823-1906

 

Letter, Mar. 5, 1888

 

Murphy, M. A., 1848-

 

Letter, Sept. 17, 1890. Includes telegram, same date and message.

 

McComas, Joseph E., 1834-

 

3 letters, 1889-1890

 

McComb, John

see California. State Prison, San Quentin

 

McCoy, W. W. [Prospector]

 

6 letters, 1889-1890

 

McFarland, Thomas Bard, 1828-1908

 

4 letters, 1887-1888

 

Mack, James E., 1848-

 

5 letters, 1888-1890

 

McKenna, Joseph, 1843-1926

see U.S. Congress. House of Representatives

 

Madden, Jerome, 1829-

see Southern Pacific Railroad Company

 

Mansfield, John, 1822-1896

 

3 letters, 1888-1891

 

Markham, Henry Harrison, 1840-1923

 

11 letters, 1886-1890, written mainly while member of U.S. House of Representatives.

carton (Carton 2)

2 letters to Jane G. Waterman, 1891

 

Mars & Lawver

 

2 letters, 1883-1884. Addressed to Waterman & Porter; concern sale of their mine.

 

Marshall, Seth, 1850-

 

3 letters, 1888-1889

 

Maslin, S. Prentiss

 

29 letters, 1888-1891, written mainly while secretary to the governor.

 

Merrill, I. M.

See San Diego, Cuyamaca & Eastern Railway Co.

 

Miller, Joaquin, 1841-1913

 

2 letters, 1889

 

Miller, John Franklin, 1831-1886

carton (Misc. letters - Carton 9)

Letter to Henry M. Streeter, Sept. 3, 1881

 

Moffatt, Frank J., d. 1904

see California. Legislature. Senate

 

Monteith, George Wilfrid, 1862-

 

3 letters, 1886-1889

 

Moore, Miles Conway, 1845-1920

see Washington (Ter.) Governor

 

Moore, Walter S.

 

10 letters, 1888-1889

 

Morbio, Rosa V. (Sutro) (Mrs. P. Albeit Morbio)

carton (Carton 6)

37 letters to Helen J. Waterman, 1876-1891. Some letters refer to her father, Adolph Sutro

 

More, Ira, 1829-

see California. State Normal School, Los Angeles

 

Morehouse, Henry Vincent, 1849-

 

2 letters, 1888

 

Morrow, J. H.

see Los Angeles Tribune

 

Morrow, William W., 1843-1929

see U.S. Congress. House of Representatives

 

Murray, Eli Huston, 1843-

 

6 letters, 1889

 

N - Miscellany

 

National Education Association

 

Letter, Apr. 6, 1888, signed by J. H. Pryor, secretary.

 

Newbery, F. T.

 

Letter, Mar. 20, 1889

 

National City and Otay Railway Co.

carton (Carton 6)

Letter to Waldo S. Waterman, Dec. 26, 1893

 

Native Daughters of the Golden West

 

3 letters, 1890

 

Native Sons of the Golden West

 

10 letters, 1888-1890

 

Nevada. Governor

 

4 letters, 1888-1890, signed by Charles C. Stevenson. Letter of Oct. 14, 1890 signed by Mrs. Stevenson.

 

Newburg, Oscar, 1850?-

 

8 letters, 1887-1889

 

Noyo Lumber Company

 

11 letters, 1890, signed mainly by C. E. White.

 

Oatman, Charles H.

see Beatty, Denson & Oatman

 

Orton, Richard H., 1838-1894

see California. Adjutant General's Office

 

P - Miscellany

 

Pacific Coast Eight Hour League

 

Letter, Aug. 26, 1889

 

Pacific Coast Laborer's Union

 

Letter, June 21, 1890, signed by E. D. McKenley, secretary.

 

Peck, George Huntington, 1819-1903

 

Letter, Jan. 11, 1890. Enclosure: printed chart of weather probabilities, 1889-1891.

 

Phelan, James Duval, 1861-1930

 

Letter, July 23, 1888

 

Pinkerton, Allan, 1819-1884

 

Letter, Dec. 23, 1859

 

Pacheco, Romualdo, 1831-1899

see U.S. Congress. House of Representatives.

 

Paine, John Oliver Winslow, 1838-

 

3 letters, 1887-1888

 

Paris, Andrew B., 1839-1896

 

2 letters, 1887-1889

 

Park, Francis A., d. 1870

carton (Misc. letters - Carton 9)

5 letters, 1850-1854, written mainly from San Francisco and Sacramento. Letter written to F. A. Park, 1850.

 

Paterson, A. Van Renssalaer, 1849?-1902

 

2 letters, 1887-1889

 

Patrons of Husbandry

 

10 letters, 1888-1889, signed mainly to A. T. Dewey and W. L. Overhiser.

 

Perkins, George Clement, 1839-1923

 

4 letters, 1888-1890

carton (Carton 5)

Letter to Hyland W. Rice, Mar. 17, 1882

 

Perris, Fred T., 1837?-

 

5 letters, 1876-1887

 

Pierce, Edward T., 1851-

see California. State Normal School, Chico

 

Pinney, Daniel H.

 

5 letters, 1883-1889

 

Pixley, Frank Morrison, 1825-1895

 

2 letters, 1889

 

Plum, William R.

 

10 letters, 188[3?]-1890. Concern the estate of James S. Waterman (brother).

 

Pond, Edward B., 1833-

see San Francisco. Mayor

 

Porter, John Livingston, 1833?-1894

 

140 letters, 1880-1891, written as partner in the San Bernardino County mines.

 

Pratt, J. W.

 

5 letters, 1889

 

Puterbaugh, George, 1842-

 

18 letters, 1887-1890. Some letters signed Puterbaugh, Leovy & Humes.

 

Puterbaugh, Leovy & Humes

see Puterbaugh, George, 1842-

See also: Leovy & Humes.

 

R - Miscellany

 

Reddy, Patrick, 1839-1900

 

Letter, Jan. 11, 1890

 

Reynolds, John, 1825-1902

 

Letter, May 29, 1888

 

Rolfe, Horace C., 1834-1906

 

Letter, Sept. 3, 1888

 

Rowell, Chester, 1844-1912

 

Letter, Oct. 24, 1888

 

Redding, Benjamin Barnard, 1824-1882

 

5 letters, 1876-1879

 

Redding, Joseph Deighn, 1859-1932

 

8 letters, 1888-1889

 

Reichert, Theodore, 1839-

 

3 letters, 1888-1891

 

Remondino, Peter Charles, 1846-1926

 

2 letters, 1888-1890

 

Republican Party [County Central Committees]

 

16 letters, 1877-1890

 

Republican Party. California. State Central Committee

 

12 letters, 1879-1890

 

Rice, Mary Pamelia (Waterman), 1850-1925 [daughter]

 

143 letters, 1871-1891. Letters from 1887 concern her management of the Waterman ranch and dairy near Barstow.

 

Rodgers, Arthur, 1848-1902

 

4 letters, 1887-1889

 

Rogers, Thomas L.

see California Southern Railroad Company

 

Rolfe, Samuel

see San Bernardino, Arrowhead & Waterman R. R. Co.

 

Rowell, C. W. C., 1831-

 

37 letters, 1880-1891

 

Rowell, Elmer E.

 

9 letters, 1889

 

Rowell, Joseph Cummings, 1853-1938

see California. University

 

S - Miscellany

 

San Bernardino, Calif. Supt. of Schools

 

Letter, Apr. 16, 1889, signed by H. C. Brooke.

 

Sanders, W. A.

 

Letters, Sept, 29, 1888

 

Santa Cruz, Calif. Mayor

 

Letter, Aug. 21, 1889, signed by G. Bowman.

 

Shaw, Stephen William, 1817-1900

 

Letter, Dec. 8, 1890

 

Smith, Emory Evans

 

Letter, May 17, 1890

 

Sneath, Richard George, 1826-

 

Letter, Dec. 24, 1888

 

Southern California Motor Road Co.

 

Letter, Dec. 24, 1888, signed by R. W. Button, superintendent.

 

Sprague Electric Railway & Motor Co.

 

Letter, Dec. 11, 1888, signed by Joseph L. Jayne, agent. Enclosure: pamphlet.

 

Stebbins, Horatio, 1821-1902

 

Letter, Aug. 30, 1888

 

Stevenson, Jonathan Drake, 1800-1894

 

Letter, May 14, 1889

 

Storms, William H., 1859-1917

 

Letter, Sept. 6, 1889

 

Street, S. D.

 

Letter, Apr. 6, 1888

 

Stuart, James F.

 

Letter, May 18, 1867

 

San Bernardino County, Calif. Sheriff's Office

 

7 letters, 1889-1890, signed by Edwin C. Seymour.

 

San Bernardino County, Calif. Surveyor's Office

 

2 letters, 1888, signed by Zebulon B. Stuart

 

San Bernardino, Arrowhead & Waterman R. R. Co.

 

10 letters, 1888-1891, signed mainly by Samuel Rolfe, secretary.

 

San Diego & Cuyamaca Railroad Company

 

8 letters, 1887-1891, written mainly by Melville Klauber.

 

San Diego, Cuyamaca and Eastern Railway Company

 

315 letters, 1887-1891, signed by George D. Waterman, J. C. Long, T. J. Daley.

carton (Carton 2)

8 letters to Jane G. Waterman, 1905-1906

 

San Diego Flume Company

 

7 letters, 1888-1890, signed mainly by L. F. Doolittle, secretary.

 

San Francisco. Mayor

 

5 letters, 1888-1890, signed by Edward B. Pond

 

Sargent, Aaron Augustus, 1827-1887

 

3 letters, 1884

 

Sather Banking Company

 

48 letters, 1882-1891, signed mainly by J. S. Hutchinson, manager. Enclosures: duplicate memoranda of gold bullion deposited with Selby Smelting & Lead Co. for refining.

 

Schnellbacher, G. W.

See San Diego, Cuyamaca & Eastern Railway Company

 

Scott, Anna Charlotte (Waterman), 1866- [daughter] (Mrs. Irving Murray Scott, Jr.)

 

29 letters, 1880-1890

 

Scott, Irving Murray, 1837-1903

 

3 letters, 1888

 

Seamans, William Henry, 1834-1902

 

6 letters, 1888-1890

 

Selby Smelting & Lead Co.

see Sather Banking Company

 

Severance, Caroline Maria (Seymour), 1820-1914

 

Letter to Jane G. Waterman, Dec. 14, 1890, seeking funds to buy home for Jessie (Benton) Frémont.

 

Severance, Mark Sibley, 1846-

 

17 letters, 1886-1890

 

Seymour, Edwin Chidsey, 1845-

see San Bernardino Co., Calif. Sheriff's Office

 

Sheehan, John F.

 

3 letters, 1887-1888

 

Sheldon, Lionel Allen, 1831-1917

see Los Angeles Tribune

 

Shortridge, Samuel Morgan, 1861-1952

 

4 letters, 1889-1890

 

Sloss, Louis, 1823-1902

 

6 letters, 1888-1889

 

Sloss, Louis, Jr., 1860-

 

2 letters, 1890-1891

 

Southern California Railway Company

 

5 letters, 1889-1890

 

Southern Pacific Railroad Company

 

18 letters, 1879-1891, signed mainly by Jerome Madden, land agent.

 

Spreckels, John Diedrich, 1853-1921

 

3 letters, 1888-1889

 

Stanford, Leland, 1824-1893

see U.S. Congress. Senate

 

Stanley, Henry H., 1844-

 

13 letters, 1887-1891

 

Stevens, Andrew Jackson, 1833-1888

see Stevens (A. J.) Statue Association

 

Stevens (A. J.) Statue Association

 

6 letters, 1889, signed by E. B. Hussey, president. Enclosure: A. J. Stevens Memorial Souvenir (pamphlet).

 

Stevenson, Charles C., 1826-1890

see Nevada. Governor

 

Stewart, William Morris, 1827-1909

see U.S. Congress. Senate

 

Stoneman, Mary Oliver (Hardisty) (Mrs. George Stoneman)

 

3 letters, 1887

 

Stow, William W., 1824-1895

 

9 letters, 1887-1890

 

Streeter, Henry M., 1829-

carton (Carton 5)

Letter to Hyland W. Rice, Jan. 16, 1882. Enclosure: letter dated Jan. 13, 1882 to Streeter from Samuel W. Backus.

 

Stuart, Zebulon Brownlow

see San Bernardino Co., Calif. Surveyor's Office

 

Sutro, Adolph Heinrich Joseph, 1830-1898

 

2 letters, 1888-1889

See also: Morbio, Rosa V. (Sutro)

 

T - Miscellany

 

Texas and Pacific Railway Company

 

Letter, Apr. 8, 1878, signed by Thomas A. Scott, president.

 

Torrance, E. S.

 

Letter, Nov. 23, 1888

 

Thomas, William Robert, 1842-

 

22 letters, 1875-1891

 

Thompson, James A.

 

29 letters, 1886-1890. Some letters written while a member of California Board of Bank Commissioners.

 

Tolles, William R., 1823-

 

3 letters, 1889-1890

 

U - Miscellany

 

U.S. Coast & Geodetic Survey

 

Letter, Apr. 19, 1889, signed by George Davidson.

 

U.S. Supreme Court

 

Letter, Jan. 28, 1890, signed by Stephen J. Field.

 

Union Iron Works

 

4 letters, 1889

 

U.S. Congress. House of Representatives

 

40 letters, 1880-1890, signed by Thomas J. Clunie, William W. Morrow and others, including members from other states.

 

U.S. Congress. Senate

 

33 letters, 1887-1890, signed by George Hearst, Leland Stanford, William M. Stewart and members from other states.

 

U.S. Post Office Dept.

 

4 letters, 1861-1888

 

United States Sanitary Commission

 

2 letters, 1864-1865, signed by Mary A. Livermore.

 

V - Miscellany

 

Van Dyke, Theodore Strong, 1842-

 

Letter, Dec. 14, 1888

 

Vulcan Iron Works

 

Letter, July 1, 1889, signed by Charles J. Koefoed.

 

Vanderslice (W. K.) & Co.

 

4 letters, 1889-1890

 

Vandever, William, d. 1893

see U.S. Congress. House of Representatives

 

W - Miscellany

 

Wagner, Harr, 1857-1936

 

Letter, May 28, 1890

 

Wand, Thomas N., d. 1893

 

Letter, Jan. 18, 1890

 

Ward, Shirley C., 1861-

 

Letter, Nov. 7, 1889

 

Washington (Ter.) Governor

 

Letter, June 29, 1889, signed by Miles C. Moore.

 

Wellborn, Olin 1843-1921

 

Letter, Oct. 16, 1888

 

Wells, Asa R.

 

Letter, Feb. 6, 1889

 

Wright, C. C., 1849-1906

 

Letter, Oct. 7, 1887

 

Wadham, James Edward, 1864-

 

3 letters, 1887-1888

 

Waite, Edwin Greene, 1826-1894

see California. Secretary of State

 

Waterman, Abbie Louisa, 1869- [daughter]

 

55 letters, 1880-1890

 

Waterman, George D.

see San Diego, Cuyamaca & Eastern Railway Company

 

Waterman, Helen Jane, 1856- [daughter]

 

102 letters, 1875-1891

 

Waterman, James Sears, 1820-1883 [brother]

 

141 letters, 1839-1883. Letters from about 1880 partly concern Waterman's San Bernardino County mines.

 

Waterman, James Sears, 1852-1930 [son]

 

160 letters, 1874-1890. Letters from about 1882 through September 1886 partly concern Waterman's San Bernardino County mines.

carton (Carton 2)

128 letters to Jane G. Waterman, 1874-1905. Letters from 1886 partly concern family business

 

Waterman, Jane Gardner, 1829-1914 [Mrs. Robert Whitney Waterman]

 

111 letters, 1847-1890

 

Waterman, Sylvanus Dexter, 1842-

 

8 letters, 1886-1890

 

Waterman, Theodore F., 1828-1859 [brother]

 

2 letters, 1852, written from Chandlerville and Bidwell Bar.

 

Waterman, Waldo Sprague, 1860-1903 [son]

 

508 letters, 1874-1891. Letters from July through December 1886 mainly concern Waterman's San Bernardino County mines. Letters from 1887 written as superintendent of the Stonewall Mine and from October 1890 also as general manager, San Diego, Cuyamaca & Eastern Railway Company.

carton (Carton 3)

124 letters to Jane G. Waterman, 1876-1903. [Letters from 1886 partly concern family business]

Additional Note

Carton 3 not correspondence of W. S. Waterman. Note exception in carton 3.
 

Wells, Timothy D[unem?] [brother-in-law]

 

6 letters, 1851-1854. Five letters written from Pleasant Valley, Coon Hollow, and Chandlerville.

 

Wentworth, John 1815-1888

 

3 letters, 1853-1887

 

White, Stephen Mallory, 1853-1901

 

2 letters, 1887

 

Wilkinson, Warring, 1834-1918

see California. School for the Blind, Berkeley

 

Williams, Abram Pease, 1832-1911

 

5 letters, 1885-1889

 

Willis, Henry Montague, 1831-1895

 

19 letters, 1883-1890.

See also: letters to H. M. Willis (Misc. letters -Carton 9)

 

Wilson, J. N. E., 1856-1901

 

4 letters, 1889-1891

 

Wise, John H., 1829-

 

4 letters, 1888-1889

 

Wood, Jesse, 1839-

 

5 letters, 1889-1890

 

Workman, William Henry, 1839-1918

see Los Angeles. Mayor

 

Works, John Downey, 1847-1928

 

6 letters, 1887-1890

 

Yates, Richard, 1818-1873

see Illinois. Governor

 

Yosemite Valley & Mariposa Big Tree Grove. Board of Commissioners

 

6 letters, 1887-1890