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author

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1A

Gallagher, J.V.

Carrillo Family Research. Smartville, Calif.: Gallagher, 1970. 70 pp. pressboard cover.

 

 

2A

Mutnick, Dorothy

Copy of Research by Dorothy Mutnick from Microfilms of Mission Records Loaned to Her by Brother Veronius Henry [A]. N.p.: Mutnick, n.d. 92 pp. pressboard cover. Includes Bojorques, Vasquez, Higuera, Alviso, Castillo, Sinova, Soto, Avila, Salazar, Garcia, Pico, Ruiz, and others.

 

 

3A

Rehm, Roger

Iberian Colonization. Bristol, England: Pendragon, March 1975. 6 pp. pressboard cover.

 

 

4A

Ponsford, Keith

Alviso Family [The]. Oakland, Calif.: Ponsford, 1971. 30 pp. and 2 pp. copy of 1972 news release. pressboard cover.

 

 

5A

Ponsford, Keith [researcher & compiler] 

 

 

Bernal Family History: 1776-1953. n.p.: Ponsford, 1953. pp. unnumbered. spiral cover. Retyped February 2000 by Jane Stokes Cowgill. 

 

 

6A

Gallagher, John Vincent [copier & compiler]

Early Military Census Records and Index to Wives & Mothers of Soldiers. n.p.: Gallagher, 1971. pp. unnumbered. spiral cover. Compiled from papers of Zoeth Skinner Eldridge at Bancroft Library; original typist Rudecinda Lo Buglio; typed February 2000 by Jane Stokes Cowgill from handwriting and original typing. Spanish & English text.

 

 

7A

Hogle, DeWitt E., Jr.

Familia Muñoz: A Condensed History of the Family of Frank Muñoz and Lydia Smith Muñoz [La]. Mountain View, Calif.: Hogle, January 1, 1967. pp. unnumbered. pressboard cover. Includes Boronda, Deleissegues, Hartnell, de La Guerra, Dana, Carrillo, Careaga and others.

 

 

8A

Hogle, Dewitt E.

Adobes of the Tri-County Area: Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo [Los]. n.p.: Hogle, March 1973. pp. unnumbered. pressboard cover. Permission to copy granted.

 

 

9A

Castro, Kenneth M.

Joaquin Ysidro Castro Genealogy. n.p.: Castro, 1970, 28 pp. and index of 11 pp. pressboard cover. Includes Alvarado, Bernal, Borondo, Carrillo, Dana, Martinez, Peralta, Soberanes, and others.

 

 

10A

Castro, Kenneth M. & Doris

Castro of California: A Genealogy [cover title] [title page] Castro of California: Genealogy of a Colonial Spanish California Family. n.p.: Castro, © 1975. 123 pp. pressboard cover. Includes Alvarado, Alviso, Bernal, Boronda, Cantua, Carrillo, Dana, Espinosa, Estrada, Feliz, Martinez, Soberanes, and others.

 

 

11A

Abeloe, Rev. William [transcriber & translator]

 

Baptisms of St. Mary’s Church, Oakland [1850-1853] [cover title] [title page] La Capilla de San Antonio –Iglesia y La Capilla de Temescal y Rancho Pinole y Pueblo de Martinez y La Capilla de la Contra Costa. n.p.: Abeloe, 1971. various paging. pressboard cover. Spanish text.

 

 

12A

Bancroft Library [source of papers]

Portola, Benicia Military Records, Portola Serra Expedition. Berkeley, Calif.: Bancroft Library, various dates. various paging. pressboard cover. Includes censuses of San Francisco, Santa Clara, Santa Barbara, and La Purisima. Permission to reproduce in whole or part must be from the Director of the Bancroft Library.

 

 

13A

Rowland, Leon 

Eisenga, Jean Palma y Mesa [donor]

 

Fundadores [Los]. Fresno, Calif.: Academy of California Church History, 1951. 46 pp. and index. pressboard cover. Photocopy.

 

 

14A

Campbell, Leon G.

First Californios: Presidial Society in Spanish California, 1769-1822 [The] [cover title] [title page] “The First Californios: Presidial Society in Spanish California, 1769-1822,” in Journal of the West, October 1972, pp. 582, 583, 586-596. pressboard cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

15A

Hagemann, Herbert L., Jr.

Juan Pablo Bernal [cover title] [contents]
(1) “Juan Pablo Bernal,” in The Pacific Historian, November 1964, pp. 180-191.
(2) “Abstract of Title: Rancho el Valle de San Jose,” in  The Pacific Historian, May-August 1965, pp. 107-109.
(3) “Legal Documents Relating to the Granting of Rancho el Valle de San Jose,” in The Pacific Historian, May-August 1965, pp. 147-152.
pressboard cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

16A

Rehm, Roger 

Mason, Jack (book review) 

Origins of the Spanish People. n.p.: Rehm, circa 1971. pp. unnumbered. pressboard cover. Includes a book review of The Solemn Land by Jack Mason (about Punta de Reyes).

 

 

17A

Royal Presidio of Santa Barbara Commandants:
Goycoechea, Felipe de & 
Carrillo, Don Raimundo

Royal Presidio of Santa Barbara [The], Ano de 1797 [cover title] [contents]
(1) Provincial Papers – State, vol. 15 pp. 89-93, “Ano de 1797” by  Felipe de Goycoechea.
(2)  “Padron of the Royal Presidio of Santa Barbara” by Don Raimundo Carrillo, February 17, 1804.
various paging. pressboard cover. Spanish & English text.

 

 

18A

Rowland, Leon 

Eisenga, Jean Palma y Mesa [donor] 

Villa de Branciforte [cover title] [title page] Villa de Branciforte: the Village that Vanished. n.p.: Rowland, © 1941. 32 pp. pressboard cover. Photocopy.

 

 

19A

Cole, Nanci, Leonard Johnson, and Carol Swanson [reproducers] 

Gallagher, J.V. [donor]

1836 Mexican Census, Project of Santa Ana College Foundation Press [cover title] [title page] 1836 Mexican Census of Los Angeles and Orange County Area, including the Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana … n.p.: Santa Ana College Foundation Press, Rancho Santiago Community College District, 1976. Bicentennial History Publication #3. 104 pp. pressboard cover. Original document. Spanish text.

 

 

20A

Gallagher, J. Vincent [donor]

History of the Castro Family in California, 1776-1956 [cover & title page] [title on photocopied material] “Joaquin Isidro Castro.” Berkeley, Calif.: Bancroft Library, various paging. pressboard cover.

 

 

21A

Johnston, José Eusebio and others including 

Dana, Alonzo

Jose Eusebio Boronda [cover title] [title page] José Eusebio Boronda: History and Description of His ‘New Adobe House’. Salinas, Calif.: Johnston, circa 1974. various paging. pressboard cover. Includes adobe dedication program, correspondence, and Boronda, the Kindly Rogue by Alonzo Dana, 1966.

 

 

22A

Amador, José María

Recollections Concerning the History of California. Berkeley, Calif.: Bancroft Library, 1877. 128 pp. pressboard cover. Written at dictation of author by Thomas Savage for the Bancroft Library. Manuscript No. D-28, translated by Earl R. Hewitt.

 

 

23A

Higuera, J.

California Land Claims: Example of a Diseno Tracing, Tularcitos [cover title] [title page] Calif Land Claims: Example of a Diseño Tracing, Tularcitos. Berkeley, Calif.: J. N. Bowman, June 29, 1964. various paging. pressboard cover.

 

 

24A

Gallagher, J.V.

Ortega Family Research. Smartville, Calif.: Gallagher, n.d. 61 pp. pressboard cover. Includes Carrillo, Arguello, and others.

 

 

25A

Gallagher, J. Vincent [donor]

History of the Galindo Family in California: 1775-1956. [cover title] [title on photocopied material] “Nicolas Galindo History.” [Berkeley, Calif.]: Bancroft Library, 1956. 8 pp. pressboard cover. Photocopied by Irene Soberanes.

 

 

26A

Gallagher, J. Vincent [donor]

History of the Jose Manuel Higuera Family History: 1774-1957 [cover title] [title on photocopied material] “Jose Manuel Higuera and His Family.” [Berkeley, Calif.: Bancroft Library, 1957. 12 pp. pressboard cover. Photocopied by Irene Sewell Soberanes.

 

 

27A

Gallagher, J. Vincent [donor]

Ignacio Anastacio Higuera, 1776-1957 [cover title] [title on photocopied material] “Ignacio Anastacio Higuera.” [Berkeley, Calif.]: Bancroft Library, 1957. 10 pp. pressboard cover. Photocopied by Irene Soberanes.

 

 

28A

Shinn, Charles Howard

and

Doyle, John T.

Pioneer Spanish Families in Californiaby Charles Howard Shinn in Excerpts from The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, 1896, Vol. XLL—50, pp. 377-89 and

“The Missions of Alta California” by John T. Doyle,  pp. 389-402.  manila folder.  Copied by George E. Gray.

 

 

29A

Los Californianos [publisher] 

Treutlein, Theodore E. [author] 

Sepúlveda, Bartolomé T. [author] 

de Ruyter, Carol L. [author] 

Geiger, Maynard J. [author]

Seccion I: La Expedicion de Portola 1769-1770 [cover title] [title page] “Sección I: La Expedición de Portolá, 1769-1770.” n.p.: Los Californianos, n.d. 42 pp. pressboard cover. Includes maps, plans, drawings of clothing and scenes, list of participants, and: 
(1) “Spanish-Indian Policy and the Portolá Expedition, 1769-1770” by Theodore E. Treutlein. 
(2) “Mission San Diego de Alcalá and the Royal Presidio of San Diego” by Bartolomé T. Sepúlveda.
(3) “Mission San Carlos Borromeo and the Royal Presidio of Monterrey” by Carol L. de Ruyter.  
(4) “Padre Junípero’s Sense of Humor” by Maynard J. Geiger.

 

 

30A

Lyon, Mary Lou

“Juana Briones de Miranda, 1796/1802-1889: Medicine Woman of Yerba Buena” in California Historian, Winter 2002, pp. 16-22. duotang cover. Photocopied by Benita H. Gray.

 

 

31A

De Aranegui, Manuel

Arguello. Source-Hidalguia [cover title] [title page] “Una Familia Española en California,” in Hidalguia: La Revista de Genealogia, Nobleza y Armas, Año 24, no. 138 (September-October 1976), Madrid, pp. 729-740. pressboard cover. Spanish text.

 

 

32A

[U.S. Dept. of Commerce?]

Santa Barbara 1850 Census. 22 pp. pressboard cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

33A

Santa Clara County Historical and Genealogical Society 

[U.S. Bureau of Census?]

Santa Clara Township census of 1880 Xerox from Santa Clara County Historical and Genealogical Society [cover title] [title page] Santa Clara County Historical and Genealogical Society, vol. 8, no. 4 (April 1972), various paging. pressboard cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

34A

Henry, Jeanne, Ruth Patton, and Virginia Hooper [copyists] 

Santa Clara County [Calif.]

 

Santa Clara Co.: Index to Marriages, 1859-1872 [cover title] [title page] " Santa Clara Co.: Index to Marriages, 1859-1872,” in Santa Clara Historical and Genealogy Society, vol. 8, no. 1 (July 1972), various paging. pressboard cover.

 

 

35A

Mission Santa Clara

Index to Baptismals [sic] of Santa Clara Mission from 1779 through 1855. n.p.: Los Californianos, n.d. pp. unnumbered. spiral cover. Retyped from Xerox copy of original hand-written pages by Jane Cowgill, February 2000.

 

 

36A

Avina, Rose H.

Spanish and Mexican Land Grants in California. San Francisco, Calif.: R and E Research Associates, reprinted in 1973. v, 109 pp. pressboard cover. Faint copy, photocopied by ?.

 

 

37A

[Spanish government] 

[Mexican government]

Monterey 1804-1836 [cover title] [title page] “Monterrey–1804—Lista para Cumplimiento de Yglesia,” in Prov. St. Pape. Ben. Mil., 34, 585 et seq. “Ano de 1808 – Monterrey – Padron del Presidio.” “Ano de 1836 – Padron General . . .” “Ano de 1836 – Padron de Monterey.” “Ano de 1836 – Padron de Monterey - Ranchos” various paging. pressboard cover. Photocopied by ? Census includes nearby ranchos. Spanish text.

 

 

38A

Mission Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara Marriages. 94 pp. pressboard cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

39A

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda

Familias de Garcia, Heredia Martinez, Padilla y Otras del Pueblo de San Jose, Alta California [Las] [cover title] [title page] “Las Familias de Garcia, Heredia, Martinez, Padilla y Otras del Pueblo de San Jose, Alta California,” in Spanish-American Genealogist, nos. 23-26, pp. 441-454. pressboard cover.

 

 

40A

Bonilla, Jose Mariano

Supplement to Bonilla Document [cover title] [title page] Deposition of Bonilla Supplement to Bonilla Documents. n.p.: various paging. pressboard cover. Includes correspondence. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

41A

Packman, Ana Begue de

California Cattle Brands and Earmarks [cover title] [article title] “California’s Cattle Brands and Earmarks,” in ?. n.d., pp. 125-145. pressboard cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

42A

Miramontes, Ernest [donor] 

Our Lady of the Pillar Church

Our Lady of the Pillar Church Parish Register [cover title] [title page] Parish Register: Record of Baptisms, Confirmations, Marriages, and Deaths … pp. unnumbered. pressboard cover. Copied from original register of the church in Half Moon Bay, now kept at Parish House of St. Matthew’s Catholic Church, San Mateo. Transcribed by courtesy of Father Henry F. Lyne, May 1945. Copied from San Mateo County Museum #667.

 

 

43A

Wright, Doris Marion

Guide to the Mariano G. Vallejo Documentos Para La Historia de California, 1780-1875 [A] [cover title] [title page] A Guide to the Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo Documentos para la Historia de California, 1780-1875. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, © 1953. 264 pp. pressboard cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

44A

Erkson, W. M. [Santa Clara County Clerk]

Santa Clara County Great Register, 1892 [cover title] [title page] Copy of the Great Register of Santa Clara County. Santa Clara County, Calif.: Superior Court, 24 October 1892.  pp. unnumbered. pressboard cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

45A

Nakayama, Antonio

Pioneros Sinaloenses en California [cover title] [title page] “Pioneros Sinaloenses en California,” in Pioneros Sinaloenses en California. Sinaloa, Mexico: Instituto de Investigaciones de Ciencias y Humanidades, Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa, n.d., pp. 21-50. Colección Rescate 1. pressboard cover. Photocopied by ?.  Spanish text.

 

 

46A

Northrop, Marie E. [translator & transcriber/copyist & editor] and 

Carney, Herlinda Taylor [researcher] 

Temple, Thomas Workman II [additional notes]

Miscellaneous – Padrons [cover title] Includes: 

(1) “Padron of Los Angeles, 1790”. 
(2) “1790 Padron del Presidio de San Diego”.
(3) “Padron of Monterey 1790, Capital of California”.
(4) “1790 Padron, Royal Presidio of San Francisco”.
(5) “La Familias de California, Padron del Pueblo de San Jose de Guadalupe, 1790”.
(6) “Mision de Sta. Clara, Lista de individuos de este Presidio …”.
(7) “Monterrey, 1804, Cumplimiento. de Yglesia”.
(8) “Members of the Anza Expedition to California, 1775-1776”.
(9) “San Luis Obispo Census, 1850”.
(10) “Real Presidio de Santa Barbara, Ano de 1790”.
(11) “The Los Angeles Padron of 1844 as Copied from the Los Angeles City Archives and Edited by Marie E. Northrop”.
(12) “Additional Notes on the 1844 Padron de Los Angeles by Thomas Workman Temple, II”.
various paging. double-tang cover. English/Spanish text.

 

 

47A

Gallagher, J. Vincent [donor]

Bernal Family in California, 1776-1957 [The] [cover title] [title on photocopied material] “History of the Bernal Family, 1776-1957.” Berkeley, Calif.: Bancroft Library, 1958. 24 pp. pressboard cover. Photocopied by Irene Soberanes. . Permission to reproduce in whole or part must be from the Director of the Bancroft Library.

 

 

48A

Lo Buglio, Rudecinda 

Parker, J. Carlyle

(1) The Archives of Northwestern Mexico by Rudecinda Lo Buglio (2) Survey of Prestatehood Records: A New Look at Spanish & Mexican Records by Lo Buglio (3) Family History Resources: North America Libraries by J. Carlyle Parker [cover titles] [contents]
(1) Lo Buglio, Rudecinda. “The Archives of Northwestern Mexico” in World Conference on Records: Preserving Our Heritage, August 12-15, 1980, Series 712, 33 pp.
(2) Lo Buglio, Rudecinda. “Survey of Prestatehood Records: A New Look at Spanish and Mexican Californian Genealogical Records” in World Conference on Records: Preserving Our Heritage, August 12-15, 1980, Series 714, 37 pp.
 (3) Parker, J. Carlyle. “Family History Resources: North American Libraries” in World Conference on Records: Preserving Our Heritage, August 12-15, Series 371, 11 pp. n.p.: (1-3) [Salt Lake City, Utah]: The Augustan Society, © 1980.
double-tang cover. Possibly original, if not photocopied by Rudecinda Lo Buglio.

 

 

49A

Temple, Thomas W. II 

Harrington, M. R. [translator] 

Sáenz, Juan María Restrepo 

Northrop, Marie [Mrs. Joseph M.] 

Rhoades, Elizabeth R.

(1) Will of Don Tomas Yorba Year of 1845 Translated by M. R. Harrington (2) Gobernadores y Proceres de Neiva (3) Don Manuel Quintero (3) Las Familias de California Genealogical Queries and Answers by Marie Northrop (4) Foreigners in Southern California During the Mexican Period: Chapman, Den, Janssens [cover titles] [article titles]
(1) Temple, Thomas W. II. & M. R. Harrington [translator] “Will of Don Tomas Antonio Yorba, Year of 1845” in The Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly, vol. 33, nos. 1-2, pp. 66-73.
(2) Sáenz, Juan María Restrepo. “Don Manuel Quintero,” in Gobernadores y Próceres de Neiva, Biblioteca de Historia Nacional. Vol. 63. Bogotá, Columbia: Editorial AB C, 1941. pp. 510, 511.
(3) Northrop, Mrs. Joseph M. “Las Familias de California (The Families of California), Genealogical Queries and Answers,” in The Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly, n.d., various paging. The pages include various padrones which would have to be carefully checked to see if they are complete.
(4) “Foreigners in Southern California During the Mexican Period,” a thesis, University of California, 1924, pp. 50—53, 63, 64.
Excerpts include Joseph Chapman, Nicholas Den, and Victor Eugene Janssens. (1-3)
duo-tang cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

50A

Brandes, Raymond S. [translator & annotator]

 

Senora Dona Juana Machado Alipaz de Ridington (Wrightington) [cover title] [title page] “Times Gone By in Alta California: Recollections of Senora Dona Juana Machado Alipaz de Ridington (Wrightington) Bancroft Library, 1878” in The Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly, September 1959, pp. 195-241. duo-tang cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

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