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Inventory of the William F. Englebright Papers
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William F. Englebright served as a member of Congress from California's First District from 1907-1911. The William F. Englebright Papers consist of 3 cubic feet of records containing professional correspondence relating to his five years in the U.S. House of Representatives. The correspondence is arranged in two series and contains letters received and copies of the responses from Englebright's office dating from January 3, 1907 to March 6, 1911. The first series, Constituent Correspondence, contains letters and Englebright's responses from individuals, businesses, and local Republican committees from the nineteen rural Northern California counties within California's First Congressional District. The second series, Other Correspondence, includes communication with individuals outside of California's First Congressional District. These were arranged by Englebright's office by location with a focus on San Francisco, California, and U.S. and Departments.
William Fellows Englebright, Republican, served as a member of congress from California's First District from November 6, 1906 to March 4, 1911. His district included the following California counties (towns): Alpine (Markleeville), Amador (Jackson, Ione), Calaveras (San Andreas, Angels Camp), Del Norte (Crescent City), El Dorado (Placerville, South Lake Tahoe), Humboldt (Eureka, Arcata, Fortuna), Lassen (Susanville), Mariposa (Mariposa, Yosemite Valley), Modoc (Alturas), Mono (Bridgeport, Mammoth Lakes), Nevada (Nevada City, Grass Valley, Truckee), Placer (Auburn, Roseville), Plumas (Quincy, Portola), Shasta (Redding, Shasta Lake), Sierra (Downieville, Loyalton), Siskiyou (Yreka, Mount Shasta), Tehama (Red Bluff, Corning), Trinity (Weaverville, Hayfork, Lewiston), and Tuolumne (Sonora, Phoenix Lake, Jamestown).
3 cubic feet
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