Guide to the Naglee Family Collection, 1846-1959

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Guide to the Naglee Family Collection, 1846-1959

Collection number: BANC MSS C-B 796

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Collection Summary

Collection Title: Naglee Family Collection,
Date (inclusive): 1846-1959
Collection Number: BANC MSS C-B 796
Creator: Nagel family
Extent: Number of containers: 33 boxes, 6 volumes, 2 oversize folders
Repository: The Bancroft Library.
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Physical Location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Languages Represented: English

Information for Researchers

Access

Collection is open for research.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Naglee family collection, BANC MSS C-B 796, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Material Cataloged Separately

Portraits have been transferred to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library.

Biography

Henry Morris Naglee, born of a prominent Philadelphia family in 1815, graduated from West Point in 1835. He resigned his commission in 1836 to become a civil engineer in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Virginia. With the advent of the Mexican War he enlisted in 1846 in the New York Volunteers, Stevenson's Brigade, where he held the rank of Captain. He came to California, around the Horn, on the Susan Drew, arriving in San Francisco in March 1847. General Kearney then gave him a detached mounted command, joining a company of Californians to his company of volunteers, with orders to clear the country of Indians. This was accomplished after several expeditions. He was also ordered to help Padre Real eject squatters in and around the San Jose Mission. Naglee's base of operations was in Monterey. Here he made friends with several of the local families and participated in the town's social life. Under Colonel Mason's command he was sent to Baja California to reinforce Burton's troops besieged by the Mexicans and the Yaqui Indians at La Paz. He led a victorious battle at Todos Santos, March 30, 1848, and cleared the Peninsula. He was about to be court-martialled for the shooting of two Yaqui Indians when the war ended and the matter was dropped.
Naglee then went into business with Richard H. Sinton, former Army paymaster, and organized the first bank in San Francisco under the name Naglee & Sinton in 1849. Sinton soon left the bank. The firm, then known as Naglee & Co., closed in September 1850. But Naglee remained in San Francisco, buying gold dust, banking, selling frame houses. He also dealt in real estate. In 1855 he was a receiver for Adams & Co.. Very successful in his ventures, he owned the American Theatre in San Francisco for a few years, took a trip to Europe in 1880, combining business with pleasure, sending home pedigreed livestock, grape cuttings, porcelain, statuary, paintings and various objets d'art. He also purchased property in San Jose at this time.
When the Civil War broke out, Naglee volunteered his services. He was appointed Lieutenant Colonel of the 16th U.S. Infantry which consisted of 400 recruits in Ohio. He requested active service, resigned and was reappointed Brigadier-General early in 1862. He was first ordered to Hoover's Division on the Potomac, and subsequently was stationed with the Army of the Potomac before Yorktown until April 1862. Naglee was then ordered to Casey's division, took Lee's Mills, crossed the Chickahominy, and was wounded in the battle of Seven Pines, also known as the battle of Fair Oaks, while valiantly leading his men. He later was stationed in North Carolina and in Norfolk, Virginia. After mustering out in April 1864, he actively campaigned in the election of General McClellan for the Democratic Party.
Upon his return to California, Naglee devoted his energies to the cultivation of grapes on his San Jose property, to the beautification of San Jose, and to flood control and reclamation on his San Joaquin property. In 1865 he married Marie Antoinette Ringgold, the young daughter of his former friend George Hays Ringgold who worked in the U.S. Mint at San Francisco before her marriage. From this marriage were born two daughters, Marie, in 1866, and Antoinette, in 1869. Mrs. Naglee died in 1869 and Naglee never remarried.
The production of the first Naglee brandy took place in 1868. It was reputed to be of a superior quality and won various awards. Its production was discontinued after Naglee's death in 1886.
Please refer to the paper copy of the finding aid for the Naglee family genealogy.

Scope and Content

The Naglee family collection, the gift of Mrs. Marie R. Robins, Naglee's daughter, and Mrs. Antoinette N. Spruyt, his grand-daughter, in December 1960 and August 22, 1961, contains originals, some photocopy and a partial typed transcript of correspondence and papers of the Naglee and Ringgold families. There is personal and official correspondence to and from Naglee from 1845 until 1885 shortly before his death; a diary of the trip on the Susan Drew around the Horn to San Francisco; field notes of excursions in California during the Mexican War; military orders, sketch maps, clippings, some printed items, a few photographs; material concerning the General's activities in the Civil War; deeds for property in California, especially relating to Rancho El Pescadero and Rancho Los Coches; correspondence and papers pertaining to the Naglee Brandy and its sales in the East. Later correspondence and papers, 1907-1923, relate to the disposal of the Naglee Estate. There is also a file of correspondence of Mrs. Spruyt aided by her research assistant, William Tyler Arms, with various persons and institutions requesting information pertinent to the collection; a file of notes and a partial card index.
One volume, entitled "To Gen. Henry M. Naglee, from his friends", Oct. 26, 1864, upon the presentation of a medal for gallantry at Fair Oaks, was given to the Bancroft Library by Warren Howell, July 1962.

Key to Arrangement

 

Part I: Naglee family papers

Boxes 1-22

Arranged by William Tyler Arms, Mrs. Spruyt's research assistant, in chronological order. The designations on folders are:

MR - material from Marie Robins

JA- material from John Burk and A. Spruyt

AN- material from Antoinette Naglee Burk

These folders have been numbered MR-1 etc., and have been interfiled chronologically. A partial list of documents in Boxes 1-22 follows.

 

Naglee, Henry Morris: Diaries, field notes, reports

 

Mexican War, 1846-1848

 

Diary, Nov. 1846-Mar. 1847. Around the Horn aboard the Susan Drew.

 

Box I: MR-47

 

Expedition against Indians in California.

 

Box II: MR-98, 99, 116

 

Diary kept on board the ship Isabella while going to La Paz.

 

Box V: MR-372

 

Notes on Todos Santos.

 

Box V: MR-383 (includes: MR-397, 401, 404, 405), 388, 390

 

Box VI: MR-489

 

Civil War, 1862-1863

 

Notes on Kelly controversy

 

Box IX: MR-728, 729, 760-761

 

Box X: MR-764

 

Field notes

 

Box X: MR-767, 769, 770a, 771, 774-777, 783-809, 819, 828

 

Box XI: MR-833, 345-846, 852, 859, 865, 870, 882, 884, 895 (notebook with copies of letters, clippings, etc.), 899-901

 

Box XII: MR-914 (Resume of General Orders)-916 (draft of will), 933, 941, 953 (plans for sounding buoy, etc.), 993

 

Box XIII: MR-1017, 1017b, 1018 (duplicate of MR-1017), 1051 (clippings, copies of letters, orders relating to Norfolk, Va.), 1081 (Halleck/Naglee interview)

 

Box XIV: MR-1136 (letterbook), 1144, 1147 (letterbook of telegrams)

 

Box XV: MR-1173, 1183, 1135-1187, 1245, 1280

 

Box XVI: MR-1281

 

Other, 1864-

 

Box XVI: MR-1359-1360

 

Box XVII: MR-1394, 1425, 1431, 1460

 

Box XVIII: MR-1477- 1481, 1489

 

Military orders

 

Mexican War, 1846-1848

 

Burton, Henry Stanton, 1818-1869

 

Box II: 1846: MR-57, 67, 71

 

Box V: 1848: MR-381, 382, 406

 

Kearny, Stephen Watts, 1794-1848

 

Box II: MR-88 (extract), 96-97

 

Box II: Also decree concerning mission lands, copy only, MR-82

 

Mason, Richard Barnes, 1797-1850

 

Some signed by William Tecumseh Sherman

 

Box II: MR-101-103, 105-108, 110-114, 120

 

Box III: MR-123a, 124-125, 127-128, 131, 139, 141, 145, 148, 151-153, 172, 175-177, 181, 182, 184, 186-187 (see also 188), 191, 194, 205, 208, 210, 216-217

 

Box IV: MR-223-227, 230-231, 236, 237a, 238-240, 242-248, 254, 260, 275-279, 286, 289, 291, 298-299, 302-303, 307, 311, 314-316, 322, 327, 329-330

 

Box V: MR-345, 349-351, 353, 359-362, 367-368, 385-386

 

Box VI: MR-455, 515

 

Box III: Also decree concerning mission lands, MR-126

 

Naglee, Henry Morris, 1815-1886

 

Some in draft form.

 

Box II: MR-118-119, 121

 

Box III: MR-130, 133, 142, 162-165, 168-170, 178, 180, 190, 193, 195

 

Box IV: MR-234, 252, 259, 274, 287, 293, 309

 

Box V: MR-357, 371, 374, 379, 408, 415

 

Box VI: MR-465, 474

 

Scott, Henry Lee, 1814-1886

 

Box III: MR-156

 

Shannon, William Edward, 1822-1850

 

Box III: MR-140, 215, 218-219

 

Box IV: MR-228

 

Stevenson, Jonathan Drake, 1800-1894

 

Box I: MR-23-24, 44

 

Civil War, 1862-1863

 

Dix, John Adams, 1798-1879

 

Mainly extracts and copies.

 

Box XIII: MR-1080, 1083

 

Box XIV: MR-1095, 1141-1143, 1146, 1150, 1161

 

Box XV: MR-1189, 1194, 1199, 1210, 1218, 1229, 1238, 1265

 

Foster, John Gray, 1823-1874

 

Box XV: MR-1267

 

Halleck, Henry Wager, 1816-1872

 

Box XII: MR-995

 

Hooker, Joseph, 1815-1879

 

Box IX: MR-716

 

McClellan, George Brinton, 1826-1885

 

Box IX: MR-712

 

Box XII: MR-727

 

Meade, George Gordon, 1815-1872

 

Box XIV: MR-1115, 1125

 

Naglee, Henry Morris, 1815-1886

 

Box IX: MR-725, 725a

 

Box XIII: MR-1027

 

Box XIV: MR-1137, 1153, 1157, 1160, 1179, 1182

 

Box XV: MR-1190, 1191, 1198, 1198a, 1201-1202, 1219, 1224-1226, 1237, 1239, 1254, 1256, 1262, 1266

 

Newberry, Walter Cass

 

Box XV: MR-1217

 

Townsend, Edward Davis, 1817-1893

 

Box XI: MR-878

 

Box XV: MR-1259

 

Box XVI: MR-1365, 1371

 

Tyler, Erastus Blarnard, d. 1891

 

Box XV: MR-1277

 

Custom records, San Jose, Baja California, 1848

 

Box VI: MR-467, 468, 470 (for services of Eugene F. Gillespie), 469, 499 (cash reports), 471 (imports into San Jose), 472 (return of vessels for port of San Jose)

 

Papers in case California vs. Perkins

 

Box VII: MR-549-558, (relating to negroes Sandy Jones, Robert and Carter Perkins, claimed by Perkins of Mississippi as fugitives, emprisoned in California, to be removed to Mississippi)

 

Papers relating to Naglee's property

 

Rancho Los Coches

 

Box XVIII: AN-19

 

Box XIX: AN-33, 35, 36a

 

Box XX: AN-48

 

Box XXI: AN-61, 128

 

Rancho El Pescadero

 

Box XXI: AN-64-65, 74

 

Box XXI: MR-1760

 

Property in San Jose

 

Box VIII: AN-13

 

Box XVIII: AN-23

 

Box XIX: AN-37

 

Box XX: AN-39, 42-45, 52-57, 60

 

Box XXI: AN-116

 

Papers relating to Naglee brandy and wine

 

Box XX: AN-40 drawings, calculations for still

 

[?] AN-69-73 (relate to awards for brandy), 106, 129, 141 (Accounts with Tobias for sale of brandy in the East. See also correspondence.)

 

Box XXI: AN-82

 

Box XXII: AN-92 (Analysis of brandy. See also Bleasdale correspondence.), 155, 157 (U.S. Internal Revenue brandy gauging return)

 

Box XXII: JA-46a (labels for brandy)

 

Photographs

 

Naglee, Henry Morris

 

Box X: MR-815a

 

Box XIV: JA-32a

 

Box XXII: MR-1774

 

Naglee, Marie Antoinette (Ringgold)

 

Box XIX: MR-1636, 1636a

 

Maps

portfolio Portfolio (o.s.)

MR-115 (Panoche topo map of California), MR-117 (expedition map)

 

Box V: MR-389 (sketch battle map around Todos Santos)

 

Civil War sketch maps:

 

Box VIII: MR-688a

 

Box IX: MR-751

 

Box X: MR-788, 792, 799a, 802-803

 

Box XIII: MR-1017a

 

Box XIV: MR-1176a

Boxes 23-30

Mainly from Marie Robins, relate to the disposal of the Naglee Estate (Rancho El Pescadero Naglee Park Improvement Co., North Point property, and various other lots in San Mateo, San Joaquin and Santa Clara counties.)

 

Boxes 23-26 contain correspondence relating to the estate, arranged alphabetically and then chronologically within each group. (For further information see partial list of correspondents)

 

Box 23: A-Me

 

Box 24: Mi

 

Box 25: Mo-Ri

 

Box 26: Ro-Z

 

Boxes 27-30 contain papers relating to transactions concerning the property. Within each group the papers have been arranged chronologically.

 

Box 27: Rancho El Pescadero

 

Box 28-29: Naglee Park Improvement Co.

 

Box 30: Reclamation district no. 773, California; Pacific Sugar Corporation; Agreements with Daniel Bagley; El Cerrito Park Property; Naglee Memorial; S.F. North Point Property; Miscellany

portfolio Portfolio

Also 1 portfolio of maps, originals and photocopy. Some transfered to the Map Division (Jan. 1976)

volume Volumes (5)

5 vols. of typed transcriptions in loose-leaf binders. These transcriptions, partial only, relate to Boxes 1-22.

volume Volume

1 volume (vol. 6) entitled "To Gen. Henry M. Naglee, from his friends." Oct. 26, 1864.

 

Part II: Material relating to research for Boxes 1-22

Boxes 1-2

Correspondence - arranged alphabetically. W. T. Arms and A. Spruyt's letters filed with the incoming correspondence.

Box 3

Notes, arranged alphabetically.

 

File cards covering information for indexing material (incomplete).

portfolio Portfolio

California topographical maps in oversize portfolio in Map Division (Jan. 1976)

Partial List of Correspondents

 

Alemany, Joseph Sadoc, 1814-1888

 

1 letter, July 14, 1865, to Marie Antoinette (Ringgold) Naglee.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1545
 

Alvord, Benjamin, 1813-1884

 

1 letter, Apr. 15, 1864, to Marie Antoinette (Ringgold) Naglee.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1381
 

Alvord, Mrs. Benjamin

see Alvord, Emily L.

 

Alvord, Emily L. (Mrs. Benjamin)

 

3 letters, 1864, to Marie Antoinette (Ringgold) Naglee.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1356

Part I: Box XVII: MR-1396

Part I: MR-1441a
 

Arbuckle, Clyde, 1903-

 

2 letters, 1948-1952

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Archer (L. B.) & Corbin (F. L.), (firm), San Jose

 

6 letters, 1912-1918. Relating to property in San Jose and the Naglee Park Improvement Co.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXIII
 

Arieza, Leocadio

 

1 letter, Apr. 24, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-411
 

Arms, William Tyler

 

Carbon copies of letters written to secure information, filed with replies, 1947-1959.

Additional Note

Part II: Boxes I-II
 

Asbury, Herbert, 1891

 

1 letter, Jan. 17, 1949

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Ashley, A. H.

 

10 letters, 1909-1913. Relate to suit vs. the Reclamation district no. 773, California.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXIII
 

Baldwin, Lloyd

 

5 letters, 1909-1916. Relate to Reclamation district no. 773, California.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXIII
 

Bancroft Library

 

18 letters, 1948-1959

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Bank of Italy, San Francisco

 

8 letters, 1919-20

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Bankhead, James, 1783-1856

 

3 letters, 1846

Additional Note

Part I: Box I: MR-27, MR-31 (copy), MR-37 (copy) complete?
 

Barber, William

 

2 letters, 1862-1864

Additional Note

Part I: Box XI: MR-886

Part I: Box XVII: MR-1413
 

Barlow, Samuel Latham Mitchell, 1826-1899

 

5 letters, 1864

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVII: MR-1473

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1483, 1488, 1492, 1498
 

Barstow, Wilson, 1830-1869

 

2 letters, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1085. Copy of telegram to Halleck.

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1092
 

Benham, Henry Washington, 1817-1884

 

1 letter, Aug. 25, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1181
 

Bierstadt, Albert, 1830-1902

 

1 telegram, Sept. 24, 1873

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXI: MR-1734
 

Biggs, Donald C.

 

5 letters, 1953-1954. Concern publication of the Joshua S. Vincent Log Book.

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Bleasdale, John J.

 

4 letters, 1880. Relate to the analysis of Naglee Brandy.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXII: AN-88-90, 93
 

Bowers, Theodore S., 1832-1866

 

1 letter, Oct. 17, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1300
 

Burk, Antoinette (Naglee), 1869-1952

 

3 letters, 1874-1881

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXI: JA-38a

Part I: Box XXII: JA-41, 45
 

Burk, James Alexander, d. 1866

 

34 letters, 1861-1866

Additional Note

Part I: Box VIII: MR-676-678, 682, 686, 690

Part I: Box IX: MR-707

Part I: Box X: MR-830

Part I: Box XI: MR-893

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1015

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1111, 1156, 1164

Part I: Box XV: MR-1200

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1297, 1303, 1307, 1308, 1310, 1312, 1313, 1317, 1320, 1321, 1329, 1330, 1334, 1347, 1348, 1350, 1352

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1566a

Part I: Box XIX: MR-1567b, 1578a
 

Burk, Mrs. James Alexander

see Burk, Mary (Naglee)

 

Burk, John Naglee, 1852

 

3 letters, 1865-1866

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1520

Part I: Box XIX: MR-1584a, 1586b
 

Burk, Mary (Naglee), d. 1911 (Mrs. James Alexander Burk)

 

55 letters, 1854-1883

Additional Note

Part I: Box VII: MR-574

Part I: Box VIII: MR-626a

Part I: Box IX: MR-757

Part I: Box X: MR-825

Part I: Box XIX: MR-1585a, 1593a, 1594, 1594a, 1597a, 1601a

Part I: Box XX: MR-1673, 1675, 1677, 1684, 1688, 1691, 1692, 1697, 1700, 1703-1707

Part I: Box XXI: MR-1709, 1710, 1712, 1717-1719, 1721, 1722, 1724, 1726, 1727, 1729, 1731-1733, 1735-1737, 1739, 1742, 1746-1749, 1752-1755, 1761

Part I: Box XXII: MR-1767-1768
 

Burns, William Wallace, 1825-1892

 

4 letters, 1880-1883

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXII: AN-94, 115, 119, 126
 

Burton, Henry Stanton, 1818-1869

 

16 letters, 1846-1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box II: MR-51, 58, (MR-58 written by John C. Bonnycastle)

Part I: Box V: MR-402, 407, 418, 424

Part I: Box VI: MR-488, 499, 492, 502, 505, 516-518, 520, 526
 

Burton, John, 1782-1848?

 

1 letter, July 20, 1847

Additional Note

Part I: Box III: MR-149
 

Cadwalader, John, 1805-1879

 

1 letter, May 24, 1864

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVII: MR-1404
 

Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft (firm), New York

 

9 letters, 1917, 2 letters signed by Edwin P. Grosvenor.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXIII
 

California. Department of public works

 

2 letters, 1948-1950. Relate to Naglee's reclamation work in the Pescadero district.

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

California. University. College of agriculture

 

10 letters, 1947-1950. Concerning grapes cultivated by Naglee, and Durham shorthorns. Letters signed by H. P. Olmes and H. M. Butterfield.

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

California historical society

 

44 letters, 1948-1956

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

California state library, Sacramento

 

15 letters, 1948-1953

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Cambuston, Henri

 

1 letter, Mar. 20, 1848. Refers to his marriage and to his lawsuit with Alvarado.

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-375
 

Cameron, Simon, 1799-1889

 

1 letter, Apr. 3, 1854

Additional Note

Part I: Box VII: MR-569
 

Carson, James H., d. 1853

 

2 letters, 1847

Additional Note

Part I: Box IV: MR-258, 261
 

Casey, Silas, 1807-1882

 

1 letter, Apr. 29, 1862

Additional Note

Part I: Box IX: MR-759
 

Chetwood, Bradbury Chandler

 

1 letter, June 26, 1862. Communicating orders of General Keyes.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XI: MR-842
 

Church, William Conant, 1836-1917

 

2 letters, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-922, 923
 

Conness, John, 1821- 1909

 

1 letter, Apr. 13, 1864

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1377
 

Conrad, William C.

 

5 letters, 1861-1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box VIII: MR-679, 681, 688

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1139

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1309
 

Couch, Darius Nash, 1822-1897

 

3 letters, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1060, 1066, 1069
 

Cowen, Robert Grannis

 

1 letter, Mar. 5, 1949

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Cowdin, Robert, d. 1874

 

3 letters, 1862-1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box IX: MR-734, 736

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1068
 

Crane, Charles Henry, 1825-1883

 

1 letter, Nov. 5, 1880. Copy.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXII: AN-101
 

Curtin, Andrew Gregg, 1815-1894

 

1 letter, July 5, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1104
 

D'Amanda, Christopher

 

2 letters, 1951. Relating to the Vincent Log Book.

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Davis, William Watts Hart, 1820-1910

 

9 letters, 1862-1868

Additional Note

Part I: Box X: MR-826

Part I: Box XI: MR-864

Part I: Box XII: MR-945 (to George H. Johnston), 961 (to George H. Johnston), 976, 978, 987 (to Charles R. Buckalew), 988 (to Jacob Carpenter)

Part I: Box XIX: MR-1635a
 

Derby, George, 1819-1874

 

1 letter, May 2, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1038
 

Dimmick, Kimball Hale, 1811-1861

 

3 letters, 1847-1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box III: MR-123, 166

Part I: Box IV: MR-339
 

Dix, John Adams, 1798-1879

 

1 letter, July 2, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1096
 

Donaldson, James Lowry, 1814-1885

 

1 letter, Oct. 7, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1291
 

Dorsheimer, William 1832-1888

 

2 letters, 1884-1885

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXII: AN-133, 138
 

Duer, John K., d. 1859

 

1 letter, Aug. 7, 1848. Aboard the U.S. Southampton at La Paz.

Additional Note

Part I: Box VI: MR-503
 

DuPont, Samuel Francis, 1803-1865

 

8 letters, 1848-1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-412, 413, 432, 436, 437

Part I: Box IX: MR-718

Part I: Box XII: MR-986 (to G. Welles, Sec. of Navy)

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1337
 

Dutcher, Florence R.

 

2 letters, 1950. Concerning the painter John Ross Key.

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Eld, Henry, d. 1850

 

2 letters, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box VI: MR-527 528
 

Eldredge, Edward H.

 

12 letters, 1864. Relate to politics and the running of McClellan for President.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVII: MR-1427, 1440, 1442, 1445, 1447, 1448, 1461, 1467, 1470-1472

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1495
 

Elliot, S. F.

 

3 letters, 1863. Written as Surgeon, U.S. Army.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-971, 977, 991
 

Field, Henry Martyn, 1822-1907

 

1 letter, Nov. 3, 1864

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1486
 

Field, Stephen Johnson, 1816-1899

 

2 letters, 1861-1864

Additional Note

Part I: Box VIII: MR-696

Part I: Box XVII: MR-1402
 

Fisher, Anne (Benson), 1898

 

1 letter, July 23, 1951

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Flood, Michel

 

1 letter, Mar. 17?, 1866

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1570
 

Folsom, Joseph Libby, 1817-1855

 

1 letter, Nov. 28, 1847

Additional Note

Part I: Box IV: MR-257
 

Forbes, Hector M.

 

1 letter, Aug. 10, 1861. Relating to Civil War volunteers from California.

Additional Note

Part I: Box VIII: MR-691
 

Foster, John Gray, 1823-1874

 

12 letters, 1865

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-934 (copies), 938, 958, 974 (copy, to Halleck), 975

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1034 (to Halleck, report of battle of Washington, N.C.)

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1037, 1127, 1128 (copy, to E. M. Stanton, Sec. of War), 1130 (copy, to Col. Spear), 1131 (copy, to Col. Spear), 1172
 

Frailey, James Madison, 1809-1877

 

11 letters, 1854-1855

Additional Note

Part I: Box VII: MR-567, 568, 571, 576, 579, 581, 582, 584, 586, 588, 591
 

Frémont, John Charles, 1813-1890

 

1 letter, Mar. 24, 1862. To Thomas Smiley.

Additional Note

Part I: Box IX: MR-739
 

Friends of the Bancroft Library

 

7 letters, 1950-1955

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Fry, Cary Harrison, 1813-1873

 

3 letters, 1862-1865

Additional Note

Part I: Box XI: MR-910

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1538, 1546
 

Fry, Mrs. Cary Harrison

see Fry, Ellen B.

 

Fry, Ellen B.

 

1 letter, June 1865

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1531
 

Getty, George Washington, 1819-1901

 

1 letter, July 24, 1863. Copy, to Halleck.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1136
 

Gillespie, Eugene F.

 

6 letters, 1848-1856

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-409, 422

Part I: Box VI: MR-486

Part I: Box VII: MR-606-608
 

Goddard, Paul Beck, 1811-1866

 

1 letter, May 31, 1862

Additional Note

Part I: Box X: MR-810
 

Grosvenor, Edwin Prsecott, 1875-1930

see Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft (firm), New York

 

Halleck, Henry Wager, 1816-1872

 

9 letters, 1848-1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-423

Part I: Box XII: MR-934 (copies)

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1073, 1084 (to Wilson Barslow)

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1090 (to Dix), 1091, 1102 (to Gov. Martindale)

Part I: Box XV: MR-1264 (copy, to Foster), 1272 (copy, to Foster)
 

Halpine, Charles Graham, 1829-1868

 

2 letters, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-934 (copies), 952
 

Hardie, James Allen, 1823-1876

 

5 letters, 1846-1847

Additional Note

Part I: Box I: MR-12-14

Part I: Box II: MR-89, 90
 

Hartman, Francis M.

 

11 letters, 1913-1914. Relate to the dissolution of Naglee Park Improvement Company.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXIII
 

Headman, August Goonie, 1883

 

2 letters, 1915. Concern the Naglee Memorial in San Jose.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXIII
 

Heckman, Charles Adam, 1822-1896

 

1 letter, Mar. 10, 1863. To Joel Parker.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-985
 

Heintzelman, Samuel Peter, 1805-1880

 

1 letter, May 31, 1862

Additional Note

Part I: Box X: MR-809
 

Hoffman, Southard

 

7 letters, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1022, 1023 (copy of 1022)

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1129 (copy, to Getty), 1149, 1175 (copy of telegram)

Part I: Box XV: MR-1192 (copy of telegram), 1273
 

Honeyman, Robert B.

 

1 letter, June 20, 1954. Relates to paintings of John R. Keyes and George Hays Ringgold.

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Hooker, Joseph, 1814-1879

 

1 letter, Mar. 31, 1862

Additional Note

Part I: Box IX: MR-746
 

Hoyt, Henry Martyn, 1830-1879

 

4 letters, 1862-1864

Additional Note

Part I: Box XI: MR-832, 871

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1067

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1510
 

Humphreys, Andrew Atkinson, 1810-1883

 

1 letter, Apr. 22, 1862

Additional Note

Part I: Box IX: MR-752
 

Hunter, David, 1802-1886

 

2 letters, 1863. Copies.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-934
 

Johnson, Reverdy, 1796-1876

 

1 letter, Nov. 2, 1863. To James Alexander Burk.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1311
 

Johnston, George Henry, d. 1889

 

11 letters, 1862-1364

Additional Note

Part I: Box XI: MR-905

Part I: Box XII: MR-928, 934 (copies) 997, 1000

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1101, 1132, 1136 copies)

Part I: Box XVII: MR-1411, 1499

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1500 To Major Oakley, with endorsement by him.
 

Jones, Idwal, 1890

 

3 letters, 1952-1953

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Jones, Roger, 1789-1852

 

1 letter, Sept. 10, 1847

Additional Note

Part I: Box III: MR-202
 

Jones, Thomas Ap Catesby, 1790-1856

 

2 letters, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-433

Part I: Box VI: MR-485
 

Jourdan, James

 

4 letters, 1862

Additional Note

Part I: Box X: MR-813 (report of the Battle of the Seven Pines), 822 (to Johnston)

Part I: Box XI: MR-831

Part I: Box XII: MR-922a
 

Kennedy, Joseph Camp Griffith, 1813-1887

 

1 letter, Aug. 24, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1177
 

Key, John Ross, 1837-1920

 

7 letters, 1868-1872

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIX: MR-1638

Part I: Box XX: MR-1687, 1696, 1698, 1701

Part I: Box XXI: MR-1715, 1725
 

Key, Virginia (Ringgold), 1811-1901

 

22 letters, 1867-1872

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIX: MR-1612, 1629, 1630, 1632, 1639, 1640, 1642, 1643

Part I: Box XX: MR-1647, 1648, 1650, 1651, 1653, 1659, 1660, 1663, 1676, 1683, 1686, 1689

Part I: Box XXI: MR-1714, 1720
 

Keyes, Erasmus Darwin, 1810-1895

 

4 letters, 1862-1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box X: MR-768

Part I: Box XI: MR-844, 887

Part I: Box XII: MR-926
 

Kneass, Amelie

 

6 letters, 1952-1954

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Knott, Aloysius Leo, 1829-1918

 

1 letter, Oct. 28, 1864

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVII: MR-1475
 

Knowland, Joseph Russell, 1873

 

1 letter, Jan. 5, 1953

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Lake, Delos

 

2 letters, 1862-1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XI: MR-888

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1052
 

Lanman, Joseph, 1811-1874

 

3 letters, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-380, 420 (news from Monterey)

Part I: Box VI: MR-466 (mining fever, reference to Larkin)
 

La Reintrie, Henry

 

1 letter, June 11, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box VI: MR-453
 

Latham, Milton Slocum, 1827-1882

 

10 letters, 1855-1869

Additional Note

Part I: Box VII: MR-593

Part I: Box VIII: MR-688b, 689, 693

Part I: Box IX: MR-709

Part I: Box X: MR-827

Part I: Box XI: MR-904, 912

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1019

Part I: Box XX: MR-1673q
 

La Vallette, Elie A. F., ca. 1790-1862

 

1 letter, May 18, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-438
 

Le Conte, H.

 

1 letter, Jan. 8, 1868. Relates to his brothers John and Joseph Le Conte.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIX: AN-36
 

Ledlie, James Hewett, 1832-1882

 

2 letters, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-989 (to Seymour), 990 (to William Seward)
 

Le Luc, William Gates, 1823-1917

 

1 letter, Feb. 2, 1880. Copy.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXII: AN-86
 

Lee, Samuel Phillips, 1812-1897

 

1 letter, Mar. 7, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-979
 

Lewis, Montogomery, d. 1857

 

3 letters, 1848. On the U.S. Independence.

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-410, 427

Part I: Box VI: MR-475
 

Lippitt, Francis James, 1812-1902

 

3 letters, 1865-1867. To Marie Antoinette (Ringgold) Naglee.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1514, 1521

Part I: Box XIX: MR-1595
 

Longley, William Rufus

 

1 letter, Jan. 27, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box IV: MR-334
 

Macalester, Charles, 1798-1873

 

2 letters, 1864-1869

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVII: MR-1407

Part I: Box XX: MR-1673g
 

McCreery, Stephen A., d. 1854

 

3 letters, 1848. Written on board the U.S. Independence at La Paz and on the U.S. Ship Warren at Monterey.

Additional Note

Part I: Box VI: MR-473, 500, 519
 

McCutchen, Edward J.

see McCutchen, Olney & Willard (firm), San Francisco

 

McCutchen, Olney & Willard (firm), San Francisco

 

18 letters, 1906-1918. Some signed by Fdward J. McCutchen. Formerly Page, McCutchen & Knight. Relate to Wilmington, Calif. property and to the Rancho El Pescadero.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXIII
 

McLane, Louis, 1786-1857

 

1 letter, Jan 26, 1857

Additional Note

Part I: Box VII: MR-610
 

Marcy, Randolph Barnes, 1812-1887

 

3 letters, 1862

Additional Note

Part I: Box XI: MR-851, 857 (to E. B. Keyes), 885
 

Marcy, William George, d. 1896

 

3 letters, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box IV: MR-323, 326

Part I: Box VI: MR-460 (mention of gold mines)
 

Martindale, John Henry, 1815-1881

 

2 letters, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1103, 1106
 

Mason, Richard Barnes, 1797-1850

 

10 letters, 1847-1848. Some letters written by W. T. Sherman for Mason.

See also orders by Mason.

See also letters by W. T. Sherman.

Additional Note

Part I: Box III: MR-134 135, 147, 201

Part I: Box IV: MR-268, 270, 295, 325

Part I: Box V: MR-336, 354
 

Maxwell, Charles D., d.1890

 

1 letter, May 8, 1848. News from Mazatlán.

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-426
 

Maynadier, William, 1806-1871

 

1 letter, Aug. 30, 1865

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1554
 

Mel, Cecilia

 

11 letters, 1866-1869

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIX: MR-1574, 1590, 1593, 1602, 1611, 1618, 1646

Part I: Box XX: MR-1654, 1664 (incomplete), 1670, 1674
 

Michael, M. Frank

 

356 letters, 1906-1918. Mainly carbon copies.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXIV
 

Milliken, Ralph LeRoy

 

2 letters, 1952. Relate to San Juan Bautista Mission.

Additional Note

Part II: Box I
 

Moerenhout, Jacques Antoine, 1796-1879

 

1 letter, Mar. 3, 1849

Additional Note

Part I: Box VI: MR-531
 

Montgomery, (T. S.) & Son (firm), San Jose

 

35 letters, 1907-1919

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXV
 

Morehead, Joseph C.

 

3 letters, 1847-1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box II: MR-70 (draft), 109

Part I: Box V: 341
 

Morris, William Hopkins, d. 1900

 

3 letters, 1862. Communicating instructions from General Peck.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XI: MR-836, 841, 858
 

Murray, Robert, 1822

 

11 letters, 1848-1866

Additional Note

Part I: Box IV: MR-333 (to W. T. Sherman)

Part I: Box V: MR-414 (news of Monterey, mining fever)

Part I: Box VII: MR-570, 573, 575, 577, 580, 587, 589, 595

Part I: Box XIX: MR-1576
 

Naglee, Henry Morris, 1815-1886

 

266 letters, 1845-1885. Mainly drafts.

Additional Note

Part I: Box I: MR-9, 10, 18, 21, 22, 25, 26, 28, 30, 33, 34, 42, 45

Part I: Box II: MR-52, 59, 61-64, 66, 69, 73, 74, 77-80, 84, 91, 92, 94, 95a, 104, 122

Part I: Box III: MR-132, 137 144, 150, 150a, 157, 159, 173 (with reply by Mason on verso), 197 (with note by Mason on verso), 198, 200 (with reply by Mason on verso ), 203, 206, 207, 211 (with reply by Mason on verso), 233, 235, 250 (with reply by Mason on verso), 253

Part I: Box IV: MR-264, 271, 272, 285, 297, 312, 319 (with reply by Mason on verso), 324, 328, 331

Part I: Box V: MR-335, 337, 340, 343, 347, 356, 364, 373, 401 (filed with 383), 403, 404 (filed with 383)

Part I: Box VI: MR-482, 483, 506, 507, 507a (dossier re shooting of Yaquis), 509 (with answer by G. A. Pendleton), 523, 524

Part I: Box VII: MR-564, 604, 605, 609, 617, 619

Part I: Box VIII: MR-627, 630a, 685, 694, 695

Part I: Box VIII: JA-2-12

Part I: Box IX: JA-13-16

Part I: Box X: MR-78l, 804

Part I: Box X: JA-17a, 18 (account of battle), 19, 19a

Part I: Box XI: JA-20-22

Part I: Box XI: MR-834, 854, 860, 866, 869, 872-875, 889, 907

Part I: Box XII: MR-919, 927, 934, 936, 937, 947, 1005

Part I: Box XII: JA-23

Part I: Box XIII: JA-24, 25

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1014, 1020, 1032, 1051, 1053, 1061, 1062, 1065, 1071, 1076, 1079, 1087, 1088

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1089, 1093, 1094, 1097-1100, 1105, 1118, 1121, 1136, 1145, 1147, 1151, 1152, 1162, 1163, 1165-1168

Part I: Box XIV: JA-33

Part I: Box XV: JA-33a

Part I: Box XV: MR-1184, 1195, 1197, 1203, 1204, 1208, 1209, 1211-1216, 1220, 1221, 1227, 1230-1235, 1240-1244, 1246, 1247, 1249-1253, 1257, 1258, 1260, 1261, 1271

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1288, 1289 ( Part of 1288), 1299, 1301, 1314, 1315, 1322, 1331, 1332, 1335, 1354, 1355, 1362, 1363, 1378, 1378a (incomplete), 1386, 1387,

Part I: Box XVI: JA-36

Part I: Box XVII: MR-1397, 1400, 1406, 1426, 1429, 1430, 1432, 1433, 1457

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1490, 1491, 1493, 1494

Part I: Box XVIII: JA-37-38

Part I: Box XIX: MR-1638a

Part I: Box XIX: AN-28, 30

Part I: Box XX: MR-1656, 1672, 1673c, 1674b, 1708

Part I: Box XX: AN-38

Part I: Box XXI: AN-66

Part I: Box XXI: JA-39, 39b

Part I: Box XXII: JA-43, 47

Part I: Box XXII: AN-123, 125, 145
 

Naglee, John, 1779-1852

 

8 letters, 1848-1850

Additional Note

Part I: Box VI: MR-532-534

Part I: Box VII: MR-535, 536, 538, 538a, 539
 

Naglee, John

 

24 letters, 1847-1885

Additional Note

Part I: Box II: MR-55

Part I: Box VI: MR-529

Part I: Box VII: MR-537, 540-543, 545 (to A. P. Crittenden)-548, 560, 561, 583, 585, 599-601

Part I: Box VIII: MR-628, 629

Part I: Box XX: MR-1673m

Part I: Box XXII: MR-1777, 1778

Part I: Box XXII: AN-143
 

Naglee, Marie Antoinette (Ringgold), ca. 1846-1869

 

7 letters, 1862-1865. Mainly written before her marriage.

Additional Note

Part I: Box IX: MR-758

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1155 (mentions T. S. King), 1176 (mentions T. S. King)

Part I: Box XVII: MR-1403

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1527 (draft), 1536, 1562
 

Naglee Park Improvement Co.

 

2 letters, 1913. Copies only.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXV
 

Nevins, Allan, 1890

 

7 letters, 1949-1952

Additional Note

Part II: Box II
 

New York Historical Society

 

5 letters, 1948-1950

Additional Note

Part II: Box II
 

New York. (City) Public Library

 

18 letters, 1948-1954

Additional Note

Part II: Box II
 

O'Conor, Charles, 1804-1384

 

1 letter, Mar. 22, 1862

Additional Note

Part I: Box IX: MR-738
 

Ogle, Charles A., d. 1863

 

1 letter, Dec. 2, 1847. Copy to Mason, with endorsement by Mason to Naglee.

Additional Note

Part I: Box IV: MR-265
 

Pacific Sugar Corporation

 

6 letters, 1917. Some signed by Roy M. Pike.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXV
 

Page, James, 1795-1875

 

1 letter, May 26, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIII: JA-26c
 

Page, McCutchen & Knight (firm), San Francisco

see McCutchen, Olney & Willard (firm), San Francisco

 

Parker, Foxhall Alexander, 1821-1879

 

1 letter, Dec. 25, 1862

Additional Note

Part I: Box XI: MR-911
 

Parrott, John, 1811-1884

 

1 letter, Sept. 29, 1860

Additional Note

Part I: Box VIII: MR-670
 

Peck, John James, 1821-1878

 

3 letters, 1862-1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XI: MR-849, 891

Part I: Box XV: MR-1274
 

Pendleton, George A., d. 1871

 

14 letters, 1847-1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box III: MR-154, 167

Part I: Box IV: MR-241

Part I: Box V: MR-416, 417, 429, 440

Part I: Box VI: MR-451, 454, 478, 479, 491, 496, 514
 

Penrose, George F.

 

1 letter, Aug. 29, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box VI: MR-511
 

Perry, Alexander

 

14 letters, 1848-1862

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-425, 441, 444, 446

Part I: Box VI: MR-449, 458, 476, 481, 484, 487, 495, 497, 501

Part I: Box XI: MR-863
 

Perry, John

 

6 letters, 1867-1869

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIX: MR-1599 (incomplete), 1610, 1616, 1633 (incomplete)

Part I: Box XX: MR-1673 r-s
 

Perry, Mrs. John

see Perry, Sallie C.

 

Perry, Sallie C.

 

3 letters, 1870

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIX: MR-1598

Part I: Box XX: MR-1693, 1694
 

Pike, Roy M.

 

5 letters, 1917

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXV
 

Pinkerton, Allan, 1819-1884

 

1 letter, Oct. 21, 1864

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVII: MR-1466
 

Plaisted, Harris Merrill, 1828-1898

 

3 letters, 1862-1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box X: MR-815 (to George H. Johnston, description of battle of Seven Pines), 980

Part I: Box XII: MR-983 (to Morrill)
 

Porter, Andrew, 1820-1872

 

3 letters, 1862

Additional Note

Part I: Box IX: MR-740

Part I: Box X: MR-763

Part I: Box XI: MR-860a
 

Porter, Mrs. Andrew

see Porter, M. B.

 

Porter, M. B.

 

4 letters, 1863-1877

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-965

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1333

Part I: Box XXI: MR-1758, 1759
 

Potter, Edward Elmer, 1823-1889

 

1 telegram, June 22, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1070
 

Prince, Henry, 1811-1892

 

4 letters, 1862-1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box IX: MR-703, 705

Part I: Box XII: MR-970, 994 (to James Burk)
 

Pringle, Edward J.

 

1 letter, July 19, 1917

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXV
 

Rankin, Ellen B.

 

24 letters, 1865-1868. Mainly to Marie Antoinette (Ringgold) Naglee from friend working in the S.F. Mint.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1533, 1563, 1565, 1566, 1568

Part I: Box XIX: MR-1571, 1572, 1575, 1577-1580, 1582, 1583, 1585-1589, 1614, 1617, 1625, 1627, 1628
 

Real, José María del Refugio Sagrado Suarez del

 

1 letter, July 29, 1847

Additional Note

Part I: Box III: MR-158
 

Reclamation district no. 773, California

 

19 letters, 1908-1917

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXV
 

Renick, Robert M., d. 1875

 

2 letters, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1298, 1318
 

Revere, Joseph Warren, 1812-1880

 

1 letter, Oct. 2, 1864

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVII: MR-1437
 

Rich, William

 

1 letter, June 23, 1848. Concerning the gold fever.

Additional Note

Part I: Box VI: MR-462
 

Ringgold, Fayette M.

 

22 letters, 1863-1865. Mainly to Marie Antoinette (Ringgold) Naglee before her marriage.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-957

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1006

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1112-1114

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1366, 1382

Part I: Box XVII: MR-1410

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1511, 1515-1519, 1522, 1524-1526, 1529, 1530, 1551, 1552
 

Ringgold, George Hay, 1814-1864

 

10 letters, 1857-1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box VII: MR-611, 615, 616, 620-623

Part I: Box VIII: MR-671

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1117 (mention of Thomas Starr King), 1159
 

Ringgold, Marie Antoinette

see Naglee, Marie Antoinette (Ringgold), ca. 1846-1869

 

Robins, Marie (Naglee), 1866

 

1 letter, Nov. 8, 1874

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXI: JA-38b
 

Robins, Thomas

 

136 letters, 1910-1923

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXVI
 

Rodgers, Christopher Raymond Perry, 1819-1892

 

1 letter, Mar. 7, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-981
 

Rowan, Stephen Clegg, 1808-1890

 

1 letter, May 9, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-428
 

San Joaquin Co. Recorder

 

5 letters, 1906-1917

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXVI
 

6 letters, 1948-1952

Additional Note

Part II: Box II
 

San Joaquin County Abstract Company

 

14 letters, 1912-1917. Mainly relate to the Rancho El Pescadero.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXVI
 

San Joaquin Pioneer Museum

 

3 letters, 1950-1951

Additional Note

Part II: Box II
 

San Jose Abstract Company

 

4 letters, 1913. Concern the Naglee Park Improvement Company.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXVI
 

Saxton, Rufus, 1824

 

1 letter, Feb. 10, 1863. To D. Hunter.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-944
 

Sayre, Lewis Albert, 1820-1900

 

1 letter, Apr. 4, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1009 (copy)
 

Schlichtman, Mrs. Claus

see Schlichtman, Marie Josephine (Mohr)

 

Schlichtman, Marie Josephine (Mohr)

 

1 letter, Nov. 20, 1950. Her reminiscences concerning Naglee.

Additional Note

Part II: Box II
 

Scott, Charles G., d. 1856

 

1 letter, Aug. 26, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box VI: MR-510
 

Serrell, Edward Wellman, 1826-1906

 

2 letters, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-996, 999
 

Shannon, William Edward, 1822-1850

 

5 letters, 1847-1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box II: MR-86

Part I: Box IV: MR-262, 318

Part I: Box V: MR-342, 348
 

Sherman, William Tecumseh, 1820-1891

 

40 letters, 1847-1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box III: MR-183, 185, 189, 192, 196, 199, 204

Part I: Box IV: MR-255, 256, 269, 280-282, 284, 288, 290, 294, 296, 300, 301, 304-306, 308, 313, 332

Part I: Box V: MR-344, 352, 355, 358, 363 (copy, extract to Burton), 365, 366, 369, 384, 387, 421

Part I: Box VI: MR-457 (extract only)

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1325, 1327 (copy of 1325)
 

Shiras, Alexander Eakin, 1812-1875

 

6 letters, 1862-1864

Additional Note

Part I: Box XI: MR-897

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1028, 1047

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1116

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1296, 1368
 

Shubrick, William Branford, 1790-1874

 

1 letter, May 19, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-439
 

Simpson, M. R.

 

3 letters, 1863-1864

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-943

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1054

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1353
 

Simpson, Marcus de Lafayette, 1824

 

2 letters, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-943

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1293
 

Simpson, Mrs. Marcus de Lafayette

see Simpson, M. R.

 

Smith, Richard Penn, 1837-1887

 

1 letter, Oct. 1, 1884

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVII: MR-1436
 

Soberanes, Feliciano, 1789

 

1 letter, Mar. 20, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-376
 

Society of California Pioneers

 

6 letters, 1950-1951

Additional Note

Part II: Box II
 

Southern Pacific Company

 

10 letters, 1909-1920

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXVI
 

Speiden, William, d. 1861

 

1 letter, May 2, 1848. Written as purser on the U.S. Congress at Mazatlán.

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: NR-419
 

Sprague, William

 

2 letters, 1862

Additional Note

Part I: Box IX: MR-753, 755
 

Spruyt, Antoinette Naglee (Burk)

 

2 letters, 1918-1920. Carbon copies. Carbon copies in Part II, Boxes I and II, interfiled with replies.

Additional Note

Part. I: Box XXVI
 

Steele, Seymour G.

 

8 letters, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-394, 443

Part I: Box VI: MR-450, 459, 480, 493 (gold fever, desertions), 494, 504 (gold fever)
 

Stevenson, Jonathan Drake, 1800-1894

 

6 letters, 1846-1847

Additional Note

Part I: Box I: MR-32, 35, 40, 43

Part I: Box II: MR-93, 95
 

Stockton, Calif. Free public library

 

5 letters, 1948-1951

Additional Note

Part II: Box II
 

Stoneman, George, 1822-1894

 

1 letter, Jan. 27, 1864

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVI: MR-1349
 

Strain, Isaac G., 1821-1857

 

2 letters, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box VI: MR-512-513
 

Sunol, Antonio Maria, 1800-1865

 

2 letters, 1856

Additional Note

Part I: Box VII: MR-602, 603
 

Sutter, John Augustus, 1803-1880

 

1 letter, July 12, 1847. Copy, relating to Indians. To John Burton.

Additional Note

Part I: Box III: MR-138
 

Suydam, Charles Crooke

 

6 letters, 1862

Additional Note

Part I: Box X: MR-770 (to Gen. Casey)

Part I: Box XI: MR-839, 840 (to Gen. Peck), 848 (to Gen. Peck), 850 (to Gen. Peck), 855 (to Gen. Peck)
 

Theall, Hiram Washington, d. ca. 1869

 

4 letters, 1848-1855

Additional Note

Part I: Box VI: MR-452, 454, 522

Part I: Box VII: MR-596, (re mining prospects)
 

Thomas, George Cummins, d. 1882

 

1 letter, Dec. 3, 1859

Additional Note

Part I: Box VIII: MR-630
 

Thomas, Lorenzo, 1804-1875

 

3 letters, 1862

Additional Note

Part I: Box IX: MR-721, 731, 733
 

Thorburn, Robert D.

 

1 letter, Apr. 2, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-395
 

Tidball, M. A.

 

36 letters, 1862-1869. Mainly to Marie Antoinette (Ringgold) Naglee

Additional Note

Part I: Box XI: MR-867, 881

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1082

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1110

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1514a, 1528, 1540, 1541, 1550, 1551a, 1558, 1559

Part I: Box XIX: MR-1581, 1584, 1597, 1600, 1606-1609, 1613, 1615, 1619-1622, 1626, 1635, 1641, 1645

Part I: Box XX: MR-1649, 1657, 1662 (description of earthquakes), 1668 (smallpox in San Francisco), 1669 (incomplete), 1673p
 

Titus, Louis

 

25 letters, 1911-1917. Relate to sale of Rancho El Pescadero.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVI
 

Titus, Creed & Dall (firm), San Francisco

 

3 letters, 1912-1913

See also Louis Titus correspondence

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVI
 

Tobias, Joseph F.

 

43 letters, 1879-1885. Some written by Joseph E. Tobias & Co. Relate to Naglee Brandy.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXI: AN-76-8l

Part I: Box XXII: AN-83 (letterpress copy to Horace Davis), 84 (letterpress copy to Wm. LeDuc), 85, 87, 91, 95-98, 100, 102-105, 107, 109-114, 120, 131, 132, 134, 135, 137, 139, 142, 146-148, 150-154
 

Townsend, Edward Davis, 1817-1893

 

4 letters, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1007, 1007a (copy)

Part I: Box XV: MR-1064, 1278
 

Turner, David

 

1 letter, Jan. 17, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box IV: MR-321
 

Turner, Henry Smith, d. 1881

 

1 letter, Mar. 26, 1847

Additional Note

Part I: Box II: MR-83
 

U.S. Library of Congress

 

5 letters, 1950-1953

Additional Note

Part II: Box II
 

U.S. National Archives

 

20 letters, 1949-1959

Additional Note

Part II: Box II
 

U.S. Patent Office

 

2 letters, 1863. Concern patents for detecting and exploding torpedoes, and automatic sounding apparatus. Form letters.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1075, 1077
 

Van Alen, James Henry, d. 1886

 

1 letter, Oct. 23, 1862. Concerning a visit to Halleck.

Additional Note

Part I: Box XI: MR-890
 

Verdi, Tullio Suzzara, 1829

 

2 letters, 1864

Additional Note

Part I: Box XVIII: MR-1503, 1505
 

Vermeule, Thomas L.

 

1 letter, July 24, 1847

Additional Note

Part I: Box III: MR-155
 

Waldron, George W., d. 1869

 

1 letter, Mar. 28, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XII: MR-1004 (to James Burk)
 

Welles, Gideon, 1802-1878

 

1 letter, June 13, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIII: MR-1057 (to Admiral Gregory)
 

West, Robert Mayhew, d. 1869

 

1 letter, June 26, 1862

Additional Note

Part I: Box XI: MR-843
 

Wheat, Carl Irving, 1892

 

5 letters, 1955-1956. One is a form letter. Mainly relate to Naglee maps.

Additional Note

Part I: Box II
 

Whitehall Estates, San Francisco

 

9 letters, 1915-1917. Mainly carbon copies.

See also Roy M. Pike

Additional Note

Part I: Box XXVI
 

Williams, Seth, d. 1866

 

10 letters, 1862-1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box IX: MR-742-743 (telegrams)

Part I: Box XI: MR-847 (copy), 853, 856, 879, 909

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1119, 1120, 1124
 

Wistar, Isaac Jones, 1825-1905

 

1 letter, July 23, 1863

Additional Note

Part I: Box XIV: MR-1135
 

Woodside, Preston K.

 

3 letters, 1848

Additional Note

Part I: Box V: MR-430, 434, 435