Photographs from the Marsh and Camron (Cameron) family. Collection includes large number of portraits and several albums of
the Marsh and Camron (Cameron) families and friends. In addition, views taken in San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Monterey, Mill
Valley, Pleasanton, Auburn, Ben Lomond, Soda Spring, Calif. and other locations (Honolulu) are present. Photos depict city
views, missions, ships, camping, vacationing, and exteriors and interiors of residences.
John Marsh and his wife Abigail Smith (Tuck) Marsh were early California pioneers in Contra Costa County. Their daughter,
Alice, married William Walker Camron, a landowner in the vicinity of Orinda, Calif. and, later, a resident of Oakland, Calif.
Alice and/or her daughter changed the spelling of their surname to Cameron.
circa 350 photographic prints
91 digital objects (91 images)
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