Title:Charles Albion Tuttle papers, 1849-1888
Charles Albion Tuttle correspondence with his wife and miscellaneous papers
Creator/Contributor:Tuttle, Charles Albion, 1818-1888, creator
Creator/Contributor:Tuttle, Maria L. Batchelder, d. 1868, correspondent.
Correspondence (originals and transcripts) with his wife and miscellaneous papers; letters written on overland journey and
arrival in California, 1849-1850; letters from Maria Tuttle to her husband and sister, 1849-1853; biographical material.
Tuttle, Charles Albion -- 1818-1888 -- Archives
Tuttle, Charles Albion -- 1818-1888 -- Correspondence
Tuttle, Maria L. Batchelder -- d. 1868 -- Correspondence
Overland journeys to the Pacific
California -- History -- 1846-1850
Part I: also available on microfilm.
Charles Albion Tuttle papers, BANC MSS C-B 427, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Charles Albion Tuttle served as Reporter of the Decisions of the California State Supreme Court and was twice elected state
senator. He presided over the first Republican National Convention in 1856 and was one of four Presidential Electors on the
1860 ballot to elect Abraham Lincoln.
1 portfolio (70 items).
1 microfilm reel (33 exposures) : negative (Rich. 544:14) and positive.
BANC MSS C-B 427 portfolio 1
BANC MSS C-B 427 Positive microfilm