Title:Roxbury Sagamore Trading and Mining Association (1849) record book: with Julia Burrell Hoitt diary and scrapbook (1856-1914),
Creator/Contributor:Roxbury Sagamore Trading and Mining Association, creator
Creator/Contributor:Hoitt, Julia Burrell.
Creator/Contributor:Burrell, Charles B.
Chiefly accounts but also including 1 loose page containing the minutes of the meeting to dissolve the association at Sacramento
on Oct. 4, 1849. Initialed by C[harles] B. B[urrell, Treasurer.].
Manuscript poems, addresses, and diary entires (26 pages), 1851-1890s, plus several pages of clippings, chiefly from The Owl
(Hoitt's School, Menlo Park), 1899-1904, relating to the Hoitt's Schools in Menlo Park and Burlingame and the Hoitt family.
Also contains clippings from the Alta California of five "Letters from Hawaii - From a lady correspondent of the Alta" (apparently
Julia B. Hoitt), May - June 1868.
Subject:Hoitt, Ira G -- 1833-1905
Roxbury Sagamore Trading and Mining Association -- Archives
Hoitt's School (Menlo Park, Calif.)
Hoitt's School, Burlingame, Calif.
Private schools -- California -- Burlingame
Private schools -- California -- Menlo Park
Hawaii -- Description and travel
Hawaii -- Social life and customs
Roxbury Sagamore Trading and Mining Association (1849) record book, BANC MSS 91/193 c, The Bancroft Library, University of
Photographic portraits of Ira G. Hoitt and Julia B. Hoitt were transferred to the Pictorial Collection of The Bancroft Library.
Ira G. Hoitt, was a California State Superintendent of Public Instruction in the 1880s. His wife, Julia B. Hoitt, was Deputy
Superintendent of Public Instruction at the same time. They were co-founders of the Hoitt's Schools in Burlingame (founded
1898) and in Menlo Park (founded 1899?).
1 volume ; 34 cm.
BANC MSS 91/193 c