The Carr Family Collection (1870 - 1936) includes family papers, legal papers (including deed for Carmelita), correspondence,
sketches, photographs, Trail of Yesterday transcript (by A.L. Carr) with paste-up of illustrations and some original photographs.
After a career in academics, Dr. Ezra Slocum Carr (1819-1894) was elected State Superintendent of Public Instruction for the
State of California in 1875 or 76. His wife, Jeanne C. Carr (-1903) was Assistant Superintendent of Education and a writer.
They had two surviving children: Edward C. (1848-1929) and Albert Lee (1857-1937).
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