Title:Thomas Sayre diary and account book, 1839-1882
Creator/Contributor:Sayre, Thomas, creator, author.
Record of a journey, 1849-1850 (64 pages), with a party of Americans from Tampico to Mazatlán, via San Luis Potosí and Tepatitlán
[de Morelos]; then via ship to San Francisco. Records brief stay in San Francisco, then travel to gold mines near Jacksonville.
Account of Toussaint Louverture and the Haitian revolution copied from an unknown source. Written from the back: notes and
accounts. Loose item (2 pages) in separate folder.
Receipt book, 1839, and account book, approximately 1865-1882 (177 pages). Page 78A in separate folder. Pages 99 to 177 are
written from the back. Pencilled notations on inside covers. Contains recipes for medicinal purposes.
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Sayre, Thomas -- Diaries
Toussaint Louverture -- 1743-1803
Voyages to the Pacific coast -- Personal narratives
Gold mines and mining -- California
Medicine -- Formulae, receipts, prescriptions
Manners and customs
Voyages to the Pacific coast
Mexico -- Description and travel
Mexico -- Social life and customs
California -- History -- 1846-1850
California -- Description and travel
California -- Gold discoveries
Haiti -- History -- Revolution, 1791-1804
Volume 1: Also available on microfilm.
Thomas Sayre diary and account book, BANC MSS C-F 200, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Prescriptions, formulae, receipts, etc.
1 negative (Rich. 855:3) and positive
BANC MSS C-F 200 v.1-2
BANC MSS C-F 200