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Register of the Dodge-Drullard Family Collection, 1856-1992
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The Dodge-Drullard Family Papers consist of: the Illinois to Salt Lake City portion of Elvira Dodge's overland journal (1860); a biographical sketch of Mrs. Drullard by her granddaughter, Marie Doscher (1974); transcriptions of other family diaries (1856; 1911-12; 1929); a history of Madison School, Waterloo; and, family notes, photographs and sketches.
Elvira Dodge (1836-1929), California pioneer, rancher and teacher, settled in Waterloo, east of Stockton, Calif. (1860). She taught school there and married rancher, Aylmer Francis Drullard (1861). After her husband's death (1905), Mrs. Drullard operated the family ranch until age eighty-three, when she sold it to grandson, Roy Drullard, and moved to Stockton.
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