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  • Scope and Contents
  • Immediate Source of Acquisition
  • Existence and Location of Copies
  • Preferred Citation
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  • Language of Material: English
    Contributing Institution: Society of California Pioneers
    Title: Philip Dippel Papers
    Identifier/Call Number: C057903
    Physical Description: 1 folder 1 Folder (1 typed memoir, 10 copies of deeds, 1 copy of births/marriages/deaths from family bible)
    Date (inclusive): 1867-1975
    Abstract: This is the file contains the records of Phillip Dippel Sr. who came to California in 1849 from Mexico in search of gold and fortune. The file contains a photo copy of an original typed manuscript that appeared in a newspaper from Auburn, Placer County, California,on January 8th, 1897. The original article was titled "An Argonaut Tale" and recounted his "80 day journey of incredible hardship".

    Scope and Contents

    This is the file contains the records of Phillip Dippel Sr. who came to California in 1849 from Mexico in search of gold and fortune. The file contains a photo copy of an original typed manuscript that appeared in a newspaper from Auburn, Placer County California,on January 8th, 1897. The original article was titled "An Argonaut Tale" and recounted his "80 day journey of incredible hardship".
    The remainder of the folder contains 10 negative photo copies of original deeds pertaining to properties owned, and leased out, by Phillip Dipple. All of the Photocopies are official records created by the Sacramento County Records Office and were made on September 19th, 1975. There is also a photo copy, dated August 26th, 1975 of his original application for land rights pertaining to his homestead in Placer County. The original was dated Dec. 1st, 1874. There is also a photo copy of what appears to have been the Dipple Family "Holy Bible" . There are a total of 5 pages photo copied an they list marriages, births, and deaths within the family and covers the years between the 1830's all the way up to the 1960's.

    Immediate Source of Acquisition

    Date and Source of acquisition unknown.

    Existence and Location of Copies

    The Society of California of Pioneers, 101 Montgomery St., Suite 150, Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco CA, 94129

    Preferred Citation

    The Phillip Dippel Papers. The Society of California Pioneers.

    Related Materials

    The Society houses a Biographical File on The Dipple family, that includes many copies of birth and death certificates for many family members, census information and some other genealogical information.

    Subjects and Indexing Terms

    Frontier and pioneer life – California
    Mines and mineral resources -- Mexico
    Pioneers -- California -- History -- 19th century
    Dippel, Phillip, , 1860-1941