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Guide to the John W. Dwinelle Papers, 1825-1936
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  • Descriptive Summary
  • Administrative Information
  • Biography
  • Scope and Content
  • Added Entries
  • Material removed and transferred to Newspaper Collection

  • Descriptive Summary

    Title: John W. Dwinelle Papers,
    Date (inclusive): 1825-1936
    Collection number: MS 629
    Creator: Dwinelle, John W. (John Whipple), 1816-1881
    Extent: 6 folders
    Repository: California Historical Society, North Baker Library
    San Francisco, California 94105-4014
    Language: English.

    Administrative Information

    Access

    Collection is open for research by appointment only.

    Publication Rights

    Copyright has not been assigned to The North Baker Research Library. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Library Director. Permission for publication is given on behalf of The North Baker Research Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.

    Preferred Citation

    [Identification of item], John W. Dwinelle Papers. MS 629, California Historical Society, North Baker Research Library.

    Biography

    Collected papers of prominent San Francisco lawyer, legislator and settler of 1849. Among his achievements while residing in California he was mayor of Oakland, a correspondent for the Daily Evening Bulletin, a founder and later regent of the University of California, Berkeley, and a state legislator.

    Scope and Content

    Collection includes his personal and business records, appointment book, 1873, clippings from newspapers for which JWD wrote; personal and business records of William Worthington Chipman; original survey and land transaction for the Encinal San Antonio, later to become the city of Alameda; newspaper clippings pertaining to provision of city water, 1877.

    Added Entries

    • Chipman, William Worthington (Folder 1)
    • Cohen, Alfred A. (Folder 1)
    • Haskins, D.C. (Folder 1)
    • Aughinbaugh, Gideon (Folder 1,2)
    • Bowman, Charles C. (Folder 1)
    • Brooks, Benjamin (Folder 1)
    • Brandemann, Napoleon B. (Folder 1)
    • Carpentier, Horace W. (Folder 1)
    • Cassaffourth, J. (Folder 1)
    • Coley, W. C. (Folder 1)
    • Depassier, Joseph (Folder 1,2)
    • Forbes, Alexander (Folder 1)
    • Hibbard, James F. (Folder 1, 2)
    • Holt, Thomas H. (Folder 1)
    • James King of William (Folder 1)
    • Love, William H. (Folder 1)
    • Osborne, William K. (Folder 1)
    • Payot, Jose Maria (Folder 1)
    • Peralta, Antonio Maria (Folder 1,2)
    • Rodriguez, Jacinto (Folder 1)
    • Alameda--1853-1854 (Folder 1)
    • Adams & Company (Folder 1)
    • Encinal San Antonio (Folder 1, 2)
    • Bolsa del Encinal (Folder 1, 2)
    • San Francisco Herald--1857 (Folder 1)
    • Newspapers--1857 (Folder 1, 3)
    • Land Grants (Folder 1, 2)
    • Land Title (Folder 1,2)
    • Kinsey, Louis (Folder 2)
    • Knight, William (Folder 2)
    • Maitre, Baliezar (Folder 2)
    • Myers, Samuel (Folder 2)
    • Dwinelle, Caroline Chipman (Folder 1, 3)
    • Dwinelle, C. H. (Folder 3)
    • Dwinelle, Louisa (Folder 3)
    • Le Conte, Joseph (Folder 3)
    • Stearns, Joseph H. (Folder 3)
    • California--Government--1878 (Folder 3)
    • California University Alumni Association --1873 (F 3)
    • Daily Evening Bulletin--1878 (Folder 3)
    • Hamilton College --1871, 1881-2 (Folder 3)
    • Renton Coal Company --1878 (Folder 3)
    • Union Consolidated Mining Company --1878 (Folder 3)
    • University of California --1868 (Folder 3)
    • Law and Order--San Francisco (Folder 4)
    • 1825-1936
    • Hart, Charles F. (Folder 1)
    • Bernstine, Henry (Folder 1)
    • Botham, Thos. (Folder 1)
    • Logan, J. H. (Folder 1)
    • Pena, Dimitrio (Folder 1)
    • Chipman, Fanny J. (Folder 1)
    • Chipman, W. F. (Folder 1)
    • Severance, J. G. (Folder 1)
    • Page, Nathaniel (Folder 1)
    • Lando, Joseph (Folder 1)
    • Chapin, S. A. (Folder 1)
    • Oakland--Mayors
    • Lawyers--San Francisco
    • 1825-1936
    • Alameda--Maps--1852
    • Alameda--Maps--1874
    • San Mateo County

    Material removed and transferred to Newspaper Collection

    Lexington, Kentucky Observer & Reporter, March 16, 1864
    San Francisco Alta California, September 1, 1871