Title: Campodonico Family Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1870-1900
Box Number: Boxes 146-147
Extent: 2 boxes
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Mines and mining--California--Hornitos
Business papers, certificates, correspondence, legal papers and scrapbook of poetry.
Antonio Campodonico was born in Italy in 1846 and settled in San Francisco in 1863 working as a produce merchant. He died
in San Francisco in 1919. Another family member, Emelio Campodonico owned a mine in Hornitos, the Campodonico Mine, situated
a few miles from that city. He also owned a saloon in Hornitos. Julia and Louise Campodonico, his wife and daughter, lived
in Hornitos, California in the late 1890s.
Kennedy, J. S.
Buffo, G. B.
Campbell, J. B.
Coldwell, N. C.
Morrow, George C.
Olney, Warren, 1841-1921
Prouty, Robert A.