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Alta California. Comandante General ... Licencia absoluta para separarse del servicio a Cayetano Juárez. Monterey. Sept. 1, 1836 (signed by Nicolas Gutiérrez)
California (Dept.) Comandant Militar. Licencia absoluta para separarse del servicio a Vicente Juárez. Sonoma. Sept. 1, 1837 (signed by M. G. Vallejo)
Juárez, Cayetano. Título ... á Mariano G. Vallejo ... Sonoma. Aug. 5?, 1848 (Copy or draft of deed of sale to Vallejo of "embarcadero de Soscol.")
Carter, J. Maurice. Letter, Napa City, Oct. 12, 1862, reporting on the scholastic standing of Juárez' three sons, with the bill for their tuition, Napa District School.
Juárez, Cayetano, Jr. Letter to his father, Benicia, Apr. 5, 1865.
Napa Valley Railroad Company. Certificate to Cayetano Juárez for 5 shares. San Francisco. July 7, 1865 (signed by A. Y. Easterby and A. Badlam)
Juárez, Cayetano. Two letters to his daughter-in-law, Helene. Apr. 24 & May 25, 1879.
Jimeno Casarín, Manuel. Titulo á Cayetano Juárez para la Rancho Tulucay. Monterey. Oct. 26, 1841 (tracing, certified, Mar. 8, 1858, by J. W. Mandeville, U.S. Surveyor General for California)
Map of Tulucay Rancho ... surveyed ... by A. W. Thompson, Aug. 1857 ...
U.S. President (Buchanan). Patent (with copy of survey, Apr. 1859, by C. C. Tracy, certified by J. W. Mandeville, U.S. Surveyor General for California) to Cayetano Juárez for Rancho Tulucay, Jan. 31, 1861.
Copy of San Rafael Independent, Marin Magazine, Mar. 25, 1950, containing Reminiscences of Roy L. Juarez (a story about his grandfather and the rescue of Mission San Rafael from an Indian attack)
Genealogical chart of the Juarez and related families.
List of books and family pictures received with the papers.