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Hand typed journal
Contains papers re: geneology and correspondence
One deed or indenture for land in the County of Ventura
This is a slide presentation to the Santa Paula Historical Society, pictures of Aliso Canyon with some history of those who ranched the canyon
Records of Allied Finance Company of Santa Paula, 1927 to 1943
One book listings occupations
American Federationist has an article about farm labor`
A collection of papers: Minutes, rosters, devotionals, by-laws, financial reports
Amey discusses her childhood growing up on Santa Cruz Island, CA
Four tax receipts for the payment of State and county Taxes
Oral history for Frank and Mary Arguelles
Life story of the Atmore family
Family history of Grainger and Faulkner family, discussion of crops, Babe Ruth, gold mines, Santa Paula High School, sports at SPHS, St. Francis Flood, mules, Klu Klux Klan,walnuts, apricots, lima beans.
Fireside Chat about driving farm horses
Fireside Chat about teamsters, horses used for farm work
Biographical essay about the Ayers, includes a CD of a film that was made about the family
one brief description of Thomas Bard
A collection of financial, tax, and bank papers
Oral history of the Barringer Family
Interview with Catherine Barringer about her life
Oral history of James "Carl" Carlisle Barringer. Hoover High School, Stanford, WW II, University of Michigan, buildings, local politics,
Presentation on homicides in Ventura County
This collection represents some materials from the life of Judge Edwin Beach
Discusses family history, school years, and the depression
"Reminiscences of a Near Pioneer of Ventura County", traveling California, camping, Santa Paula, teaching in Santa Paula, increased equipment, homicides.
A collection fo family papers and heirs and descendants
Discussion of his early life in the film industry.
Christine discusses moving, Isbell School, Irvine Blackshear, Arkansas, Santa Paula, R&R market, Main Street, town shops.
Two oral histories, one an address in Knights of Columbus Hall and another at Santa Paula High School. She discusses growing up in Barksdale and the depression years
Nathan Weston Blanchard, immorality in mining camps and subsequent laws, making and losing of fortunes, crop experimentation, Southern California Fruit Exchange, public library.
Annual dinner talk by Nathan Blanchard about family memories, Santa Paula in the beginning, 1870
Handwritten copy of Indenture
Collection of papers belonging to the Bossey Family
Discusses Santa Paula during the depression and the Korean War
Discussed his life in Santa Paula and views on religion, culture, social issues
Geneological description of Elisha. Includes family information as well
Discusses his family, medicine in Santa Paula, WWII, education in Santa Paula
Bristol discusses his career in photography
Family memories are discussed
Discusses his life in Santa Paula, his work in the grocery business
A magazine for citrus marketing
ON June 1, 1931 an auction was held selling virus. This brochure lists what was being sold by California city, and the amount
Hand typed copy of the digest done by Harry Roddick, for the U. S. Soil Erosion Service
A group of articles and photos of and about Albert Call
Discusses living in Santa Paula and on the Limoniera Ranch as a child, and the depression
One wooden handmade notebook
Discussion of memories about her family, education and teaching at Santa Paula High
A discussion of the Chumash Indians, their customs, tries and groups, influence of Missions, also archaeology
Collection contains posters used for an exhibit on churches in Santa Paula
Episcopal Church, Marriot, Nichols, Max Rudlf, Presbyterian Church, Bouseman, Granger, Anderson, Roy Wilson sr., Joseph Leavens, C.L. Sheldon, Christian Church, St. Sebastian Church, Francis Laubacher, Universalist Church, John Nichols, Guadalupe Church, Nelson, First United Methodist Church, Elizabeth Blanchard,
The collection is of copies of the handwritten minutes of the Council Board meetings in the year 1902.
Map of Santa Paula from Palm Ave east: Harvard and Main Streets
This was a paper read at an Ebell Club meetingDiscusses early days in Santa Paula
Discusses his life in Santa paula and military service
Several papers about the Converse School, news clipping, history of the school, and an autobiography of Marjorianne Zapf about her experiences at the Ranch School.
Contains two documents: an opium order and a dedication
Two sets of plans including fixture plans for M. F. Ringle, owner
Discusses her life story, where born and lived
Rating Code used by The Credit Bureau
Discussed moving to California becoming a barber on Main Street and agriculture in Santa Paula
This is a Fireside Chat, a discussion of the use of plow horses, their breeds and breeding them
Discusses her life in Santa Paula: experience in the Saint Francis Dam Disaster, farming, school tradions
A brief description of the collapse of St. Francis Dam and subsequent flood of the Santa Clara Valley
Daries discusses his life in Santa Paula CA
stories about grandparents, Oklahoma, Mupu school, telephone company, high school, dating, Les Davis, 1935 Plymouth, iceman, trash, heart problems, death,
Roll call of the Democratic State Convention , Santa Cruz, 1904
Discussion about the history of the Santa Paula Airport
They discuss the family history in Santa Paula over several generations
Dickinson discusses aviation history in Santa Paula.
A collection of Santa Paula Railroad Materials from the life of Carl Dickinson
Early history of the Santa Clara School, written by Mary Alice Orcutt Henderson
A Fireside Chat discussion by a panel at the Presbyterian Church. The panalists were Airing, Leavens, and Ryan
A publication by Security-First National Bank on the early history of Ventura
The Ebell Club, a woman's organization was founded in Santa Paula, CA in 1913. This is an extensive collection of that organization
A presentation on the history of the Ebell Club made by Mildred Harding and Marjorie Hudson.
Collection consists of newsclippings, photos, and geneology of White family
Family hisotry of Dr. Sam Edwards
A brochure with entries, names of sponsors, and events and program
This is a brief history of the Olives Rancho
A speech given to the Santa Paula Historical Society reenacting the 1902 election
Story of the death of Ruth Fansler
A small collection of materials: a report, history, and policy statement
A small collection of financial ites
A handwritten Mortgage between Author Fitcombe and Frank E. Davis
Fort discusses living and working in the early 1900s in Santa Barbara
Fawkes discusses her life
Life of Heln Gallio
Business papers belongs to Franco Garcia, shop Owner
Gilbertson describes Santa Paula in the 1920s
Marc Bacon tells the history of the building of the Glen Tavern Hotel. Mary Alice Henderson and Lou Hengehold told stories of happenings in the hotle
LIfe Story of Loiise Gooding
Short biographies of John Bascom Talor, Rachel Gould Taylor, and Reverend John Bascom Taylor and his wife India
Graham tells of his family and life in Santa Paula, California
The collection consists of several letters and a tlyped copy of "Recollections of My Boyhood in Santa Paula, 1906-1923 [CA], written by Fred J. Greenough
Griffin discusses his life in Santa Paula
Sheet Music for Gipsy's Warning by Henry A Coard
Contains the history of Abner Haines and his descendants
Oral history of the Harding family in Santa Paula beginning in 1867
Memories of the Harbard and Harding family are discussed
Collection contains posters created for the exhibit on Harding Park
Booklet containing history of Hardison Family written by L.M. Hardison in1935
Reminiscences of Robert Hardison, including family history and childhood in Santa Paula.
This is a Fireside Chat at which they discuss their home, and growing up in Santa Paula
14 small diaries about activities in the oil fields, and one Time Book for 1908-1910
A collection of genealogy notes, news clippings, of the Teague and Hardison families
Miscellaneous items from shop, awards, advertising
Family history of Laura Jean Harris
Roger Harvey discusses his WWII flying experiences and the history of the Santa Paula Airport
A letter written to Dr. MacDougall from Hedda Hopper
Personal collection of Henderson of historical information about Santa Paula. Much of the materials was used by her to write her books
Memories of woking for "The Mill", the Southern Pacific, Milling industry were discussed
Discusses living in Santa Paula
The life of hight in Santa Paula is discussed. It covers commerce, Chambers Market, WWII, auto dealerships, Mains Street Stores
A panel discussion of seven Mexican-Americans about their lives and experiences living in Santa Paula CA
one folder of cancelled checks
Hobbs discusses her personal life story
The Certificate of Title is for rea property in santa Paula CA within the Rancho Santa Paula y Saticoy. It describes the property boundaries.
A collection of family genealogy, family history and photographs
Speech on homicides give to the Ventura County Historical Society
Materials include the information gathered to make the residence an historical landmark
Dr. Jackson discusses his life in Santa Paula where he had a veternarian practice
Life of Johnson who was a musician
The collection contains the materials of Herman Keene, namely his notebooks, photographs of family and hunting trips and a CD of Herman Keene movies
Keller discussed her life story
King discusses her life story beginning in Texas, to her marriage and life in Santa Paula
Koch and Theobald lived and worked in Santa Paula. Koch owned the Studebaker Franchise on Mill Street
A collection of materials relating to the Naval career of Kristanoff and Dade
A discussion by labor contractors Florisa Lopez and Henry Vega about farm labor in Ventura County
Collection is of a script for a play on the "Lady of South Mountain"
Loan papers and property taxes
A Fireside Chat with the historical society on Holward Level
A report prepared by Cosgrove & Co. Inc. of Los Angeles, insurance brokers, maps
A panel discussion on the history of the Limoneira Company
A discussion by 6 employees on the history and their experiences with the Limoneira Company
A panel discussion about the history of the Limoneira Company
Magee arrived in Santa Paula in 1892. These pages describe his living and working in Santa Paula
Plans of Harvard Street Drive-in, Service station impdroements, and the floor plan of a classroom at South 8th street and Harvard.
Maland discusses his life story
Brochure that describes the hot springs, accommodations, attractions
Family history of the Mendozas as told to his granddaughter Andrea Porras
A fourteen page essay written by Elizabeth Ransay
Discussion of Michl's life as told to Thomas Bahrman, student at Santa Paula High School
Charles Miller was a journeyman barber in Santa Paula. he worked for Shorty Culllns
Morrill discusses his memories of Santa Paula
Miscellaneous items belonging to the Moultrie sisters, Bernice and Eulyce
Moultire shares her memories of growing up in Santa Paula beginning in 1894, her teaching experiences and government work in the 1930s
At an Annual Meeting, Katherine Mulhollan explains the St. Francis Dam disaster ant attempts to clear William Mulholland of any blame.
A brief Currier family history and photos of the Myers family
A presentation about Santa Clara School history presented on its 100th anniversary
A story about Norman, City Marshall in the Santa Paula Chronicle
O'Leary tells the history of his family farm in Santa Paula
Papers of the Ventural County Cultural Heritage Board on the Odd Fellows Clock Towere
A presentation by Ron Merson about the Odd Fellows organization and their Hall, a Fireside Chat of the Santa Paula Historical Society
Oman discussed family life, life and business in Santa Paula
Papers of the Orcutt family: Financial, property lines, indentures for purchase of propety
Collection consists of samples of brochures representing clubs and organizations, one Santa Paula Map, and Soroptimist's Yearbooks
A biography of Ebenezer Hugill Orne
This collection was put together by the great granddaughters of Orne. Includes his biography and role in establishing the First United Methodist Church in Santa Paula, CA
The life of Orr is discussed as told to her grandson, Nathan Orr, especially during her high school years in the 1930s
Paquette discusses his life and times
This is the life story of Adela Perez as told to her daughter, Isabel Perez
A biograph of Petzold
The collection covers the family of William John Pinkerton, of Santa paula CA:their ancestors and descendants
Pitts relates her family and work history
Booklet is titled Placentia Orange Growers Association History
The club was established as the Saticoy Literary and Social Club in 1899. The collection consists of the history of the club
The life story of Preciado growing up in Santa Paula during the Depression and later
Preciado discusses her life and her family (Huerta) history from 1889 to 1980
Three church members reminisce over the Presbyterian church in Santa Paula
This is a discussion of her school days and early days in Santa Paula
History of Rafferty family from 1850s
Discussion of Lois Millin Rafferty's life in Santa Paula
A presentation on the Rancho Camels, early rancho in Ventura County, which now has a National Landmark designation
Ransom discusses Santa Clara Valley from 1887 to 1876
A presentation by Raymond's son-in-law, Herb Mailland. It covers Raymond's life, work, and artifacts left by Raymond
One page providing information on Ed and Minnie Redd
A group discussion of remembrances of 1937.
"Santa Paula Richardsons: the Days of Their Ancestors" a history of the family
This was a presentation for the Santa Paula Historical Society. Ringle begins with a slide show of the history of pharmaceuticals,then onto a discussion of a collection of items from Cauch's Drugstore.
An Offer of Dedication by Ringle, and letters accepting offer
Ryan discusses life and experiences in Santa Paula, history of Shively and Ryan families.
A small collection of a handwritten biography and copies of photos
One Sanborn map of Santa Paula
Collection contains hand-written indenture documents for the Santa Pauly y Saticoy land grant, conveying property in the Saticoy portion to certain owners
A collection of posters with business advertisements for Santa Paula business
A collection of membership rosters, annual reports
Sales slips used by 14 businesses in Santa Paula as examples
Prints of cattle brands used on ranches in Santa Paula
Photographs from a promotional brochure of Santa Paula Citrus Association
Collection of City Ordinances for businesses and residents, 1900. One set of typed and one setof handwritten originals (photo copies).
Santa Paula Creek has regularly flooded over the years and these paper cover the project to control the flooding. The project was authorized in 1973
A discussion about Santa Paula Creek with Ed Beach, Fred Stewart and Roy Wilson, Jr.
The design report is a continuation and refinement of the community's conceptual design work and the city's vision statement
Santa Paula was in the midst of redevelopment of the downtown area and this collection is a compilation of all the newspaper articles about the debate over what should be donw
Materials donated by the fire department. Includes reports, minutes, news coverage of fires, organization papers, member lists
The Santa Paula Garden Club was one of the earliest womens' clubs. The collection contains their membership rosters and minutes of meetings
Guest Book by attendees of the garden club
3 items of the Santa Paula High school
Two scrapbooks that cover the exhibits put on by the historical society.
Lists of Pioneer family names by date
Collections consists of the original Articles of Incorporation of the mining company
By-Laws booklet adopted July 21, 1936
Postcards of Santa Paula
Miscellaneous brochures promoting organizations and events in Santa Paula
A roster of Red Cross Members and duties
Two Programs of the First and Second Rodeos in Santa Paula
Typed bound document, with original board members signatures
Santa Paula Savings Bank was formed in 1905, these are their first minutes
Collection of correspondence, reports, financial reports belonging to the Santa Paula School District
Financial papers belonging to the Santa paula Walnut Association
Samples of S & H Green stamps and Blue Chip stamps
Includes newspaper articles, clippings, poems, sketches
Sharp discusses history of Sharp family, historical events in Ventura and Santa Paula history, and personal history.
Stories about the Channel Islands
The Shivelys discuss their father, Douglas Shively and growing up in Santa Paula, including mention of many of Santa Paula's leading citizens.
Some papers of Douglas Shively
Sims discusses memories of mother and father, farming, the flood, and her work.
Folder contains some family genealogy and personal histories
Collection consists of newsclipping, cards, certificates, sales slips
An early history of Somis published by the Pleasent Valley Historical Society
The book contains articles of incorporation, minutes, and plan for liquidation
A collection of souvenirs
A collection of eye witness accounts or family oral history of the St. Francis Dam disaster and how it effected the people of Santa Paula
Stories of eight Santa Paulans who experienced the March 12, 1928 flood in Santa Paula, Ca
Report of the Jouint Archectectural Committee of Los Angles and Santa Paula, on the restoration of buildings after the St. Francis Dam Disaster
Engineering Plans of the Steckel Drive and Harvard street construction
A collection of materials about the establishment of Steckel Park in Santa Paula, CA
Stewarts life in Santa Paula
An autobiography titled "Betty's Oak" about the building of their home
Strong discusses father's life. Dr. Strong, eminent physician and surgeon, founder of Santa Paula Memorial Hospital.
This oral history focuses on the life story of Louise Strong, wife of Dr. Artemis Strong.
Tate discusses personal and family history, marriage to Eb Tate, and Sharp family history.
Ed Tate discusses stories about people and places in Santa Paula, especially in the surveying industry.
Teague remembers Santa Paula in the early 20th century, development of the Limoneira company, and agricultural activities of the Teague and McKevett families.
A panal discussion by Robert Teague, Jack Helvey, Mildred Helvey, Marjorie Hudson, and Les Maland about living in 1937 in Santa Paula
A discussion with Teague about her family history and growing up in Los Angeles
Tompkins discusses Los Padres NV, Sizar Canyon, and Early 20th Century Life.
David Totheroh discusses the life of Roland Totheroh, his grandfather who was the camera man for Charlie Chapman
Totherohs discuss personal and family history.
An ephemera collection of objects and items, some photographs of the launching of the L. P. St. Clair,oil liner
Blue print of oil refinery
This is a personal and family history of a Santa Paula Student for an oral history project.
There are items once used aboard the ship and souvenir items for the passengers
Materials of the Valley Dance Club: includes minutes of meetings, correspondence, news clippings, ephemera, and by-laws
This is a handwritten life story.
Contains 2 reports, a survey of neighborhoods, their architecture and cultural attributes
A brief history of Ventura County with listings of the historical landmarks
Defense Battalion papers of Virgina Reed's
Precinct registers for Ventura County
Report on the circulation of books in the Ventura County library
Victoria discusses growing up in the Limoneira labor camps where his parents were farm workers. His father later established a shoe repair shop in Santa Paula, CA
G. G. Briggs was an early pioneer in the Santa Clara Valley. This is a brief history of that family
Warring describes early Santa Paula.
Wesley's Description of "Fifty Years in Santa Paula."
Map of the West Village: of Moultrie Place in the McMillan Manor Tract Subdivision, drawn by Lois Goodrith
Annual meeting presentation on the history of Wheeler Canyon, the Juaregui family presenting
Wilde recollects working in the apricot pitting sheds for McDivett
This is a Fireside Chat at which Wilde discusses the history of water in Santa Paula
Discusses his personal history and life in Wheeler Canyon
Collection contains photos and a family history
The collection is from the firm of Roy Wilson, archetect in Santa Paula
Woolworth recalls his life as a train agent for Southern Pacific in Santa Paula