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Guide to the Pendleton family papers
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Description
Hazel Almuth Pendleton was born in Nicholaus, Sutter County, California on September 11, 1890. She was the second child and only daughter of Samuel Alvah and Carrie Lucia (Arens) Pendleton. Her parents were married on June 27, 1 883. Her father was a native of Islesboro, Maine, and the ninth genera­tion of his line in America. Her mother was a native of Nicholaus, California and the second generation of her family in America, for Hazel's grandfather had arrived in California in 1849, at the age of nineteen. The Pendleton Family Papers contains the papers of Hazel Pendleton and her parents (Alvah and Carrie Arens Pendleton), and some of the papers of her brother Thomas Percy Pendleton. There are also papers belonging to various members of her mother's family. These documents include all types of business and personal papers, as well as many photographs and three-dimensional objects.
Background
Hazel Almuth Pendleton was born in Nichoaus, Sutter County, California on September 11, 1890. She was the second child and only daughter of Samuel Alvah and Carrie Lucia (Arens) Pendleton. Her parents were married on June 27, 1 883. Her father was a native of Islesboro, Maine, and the ninth generation of his line in America. Her mother was a native of Nicholaus, California and the second generation of her family in America, for Hazel’ s grandfather had arrived in California in 1849, at the age of nineteen.
Extent
11 linear feet (35 boxes)
Restrictions
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Availability
Collection is open for research use.