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51A

Soberanes, Irene Sewell

Histories of the Pinto, Amador, Osio, Rodrigues Families in California [cover title] [title page] “Histories of the Pinto, Amador, Osio, Rodrigues Families in California.” Typed pages compiled from various sources, 1956. 6 pp. duo-tang cover.

 

 

52A

Tyler, Helen

The Families of Pico [cover title] [title page] “The Family of Pico” in The Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly, n.d. pp. 221-238. duo-tang cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

53A

Sister Clementia Marie 

Temple, Thomas Workman II

The First Families La Ballona (Higuera, Machados, Talamantes), Pobladores of El Pueblo de Los Angeles, Documents Pertaining to the Founding of Los Angeles [cover title] [contents]
(1) Sister Clementia Marie. “The First Families of La Ballona Valley” in The Historical Society of Southern California Annual, 1931, various paging.
(2) Thomas Workman Temple II. “Soldiers and Settlers of the Expedition of 1781” in The Historical Society of Southern California Annual, 1931, pp. 99-116.
(3) “Part II: Documents Pertaining to the Founding of Los Angeles” in The Historical Society of Southern California Annual, 1931, pp. 117-120. Thomas Workman Temple II (translator).
(4) “Supplies for the Pobladores” in The Historical Society of Southern California Annual, 1931, pp. 121-134. Marion Parks (translator).
(5) “Correspondence Pertaining to Reglamento and to Recruital of Pobladores” in The Historical Society of Southern California Annual, 1931, pp. 135-142.
(6) “Bancroft Library Transcripts of Documents Pertaining to the Founding of Los Angeles” in The Historical Society of Southern California Annual, 1931, pp. 143-148.
duo-tang cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

54A

Alliot, [Mr.] [Introduction] 

[U.S. Dept. of Commerce?] 

Hattem, Bob [donor]

 

Census of the City and County of Los Angeles 1850 Donated by Bob Hattem [cover title] [title page of photocopied material] Census of the City and County of Los Angeles, 1850, n.d., pp. 23-124. pressboard cover.

 

 

55A

Los Angeles City and County 

Hattem, Bob [donor] 

Los Angeles Directory, 1872-1873, 1st Ward, Donated by Bob Hattem [cover title] [title page] Los Angeles City and County Directory. [1872-73]. 19 pp. duo-tang cover.

 

 

56A

[U.S. Dept. of Commerce?] 

Carney, Herlinda [donor] 

San Diego County Census, 1860, Donated by Herlinda Carney [cover title] [title page] San Diego County Census – 1860. various paging. duo-tang cover.

 

 

57A

Gallagher, J. Vincent [donor]

Berryessa or Berreyesa Family History [The], 1776-1957 [cover title] [title on first page] “Berryessa or Berreyessa Family History in California.” [Berkeley, Calif.]: Bancroft Library, n.d. 12 pp. pressboard cover. Photocopied by Irene Soberanes, 1958.

 

 

58A

Rehm, Roger [compiler] 

Prader, Sheila Lee [compiler of charts]

Bojorques: Part I [cover title] [title page] “The Bojorquez of Alta California,” January 1990,  44 pp. pressboard cover. Includes ancestor charts compiled by Sheila Lee Prader. Photocopy of typed and handwritten material.

 

 

59A

Rehm, Roger [compiler]

Ygnacio Ant Anastacio Higuera and Maria Ana Antonia Bojorquez of the Anza Expedition and Their Descendants from Misn. Records by Mrs. Mutnick. Higuera [cover title] [contents] Family Group Sheets and Ancestor Charts. various dates. unnumbered pp. duo-tang cover. Photocopies of handwritten material.

 

 

60A

Rehm, Roger [author & compiler]

Pedro Antonio Bojorquez and Known Descendants of His Three Sons and the Children of His Daughter [cover title] [title page] “Brief Outline of the Bojorques History Project Illustrated by Roger Rehm, author and artist.” various dates. pp. unnumbered. pressboard cover. Includes photocopies of handwritten family group sheets and ancestor charts.

 

 

61A

Rehm, Roger [compiler]

José Ramon Bojorques of the Anza Expedion [sic] [cover title] [contents] Family Group Sheet and narrative and support material. 1980. pp. unnumbered. duo-tang cover. Photocopies of handwritten and typed material.

 

 

62A

Rehm, Roger [author & artist]

Bojorques of Alta California and the Land Grant of Rancho Laguna de San Antonio [The] [cove title/no title page]. n.d. pp. unnumbered. duo-tang cover. Consists of maps, sketches of figures and family portraits, sketches of homes and other places, and a little narrative. Photocopy.

 

 

63A

Soberanes, Irene

Macario Castro History in California, 1775-1960  by Irene Soberanes [cover title] [title page] “Macario Castro History in California, 1775-1960,” 1960. 14 pp. duo-tang cover. Photocopy of typewritten material.

 

 

64A

Sandoval, John

Estudillos of San Leandro [The] [cover title] [title page] “The Estudillos of San Leandro” in San Leandro Recollections, May 1970, pp. 5-24. Also, photos on pp. 36-38 of San Leandro Recollections, January 1972. duo-tang cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

65A

[U.S. Dept. of Commerce. Bureau of the Census] 

Long, Johanna Juanita Pierce [donor]

Higuera Census Index, 1860-1880, Donated by Johanna Juanita Long [cover title] [title page] “1860 California Census Index – Higuera; 1880 California Census Index – Higuera; LDS-IGI -- Higuera”. n.d. pp. unnumbered. duo-tang cover. Stamped Property of Los Californianos, Not to Be Reproduced.

 

 

66A

McAndrews, Robert J.

Moraga History [cover title] [contents] Photocopies of typewritten transcriptions of various material related to the Moragas. various dates. pp. unnumbered. 

 

 

67A

Rehm, Roger [introduction and additions] 

Gallagher, John Vincent 

Juan Martin Married Basilia Bernal: Marin County’s Very Own Mystery Man [cover title] [start of text] “John Martin,” 51 pp. and introduction. pressboard cover. Photocopied typewritten pages.

 

 

68A

Wittenburg, Sister Mary Ste. Thérèse

Machados and Rancho La Ballona: “Jose Agustin Antonio Machado” [The] [cover title] [title page] The Machados & Rancho La Ballona: The Story of the Land and Its Ranchero, José Agustín Antonio Machado with a Genealogy of the Machado Family. Los Angeles: Dawson’s Book Shop, 1973. pp. 59-72. pressboard cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

69A

Hogle, DeWitt E.

The Later Generations of Frank and Lydia Munoz [cover title] [title page] “Muñoz: The Later Generations of Frank and Lydia,” 22 February 1974. pp. unnumbered. pressboard cover. Photocopy of typewritten material. 

 

70A

 

Pena and Vaca Familias, Also, General M. G. Vallejo Story [cover title] [titles of articles]
(1) “Mowers and Goheen Donate Casa de Pena to Society” in Note Book, Solano County Historical Society, vol. 2, no. 10 (October 1959), pp. unnumbered.
(2) “Historic Research Completed on Pena Adobe” in Note Book, Solano County Historical Society, vol. 7, no. 1 (January 1964), pp. unnumbered.
(3) “Vaca-Pena Los Putos Rancho and the Pena Adobe” in Note Book, Solano County Historical Society, vol. 7, no. 2 (February 1964) , pp. 1-6.
(4) “Ranch Los Putos Cemetery” in Note Book, Solano County Historical Society, vol. 7, no. 4 (April 1964), pp. unnumbered.
(5) “Vaca-Pena Los Putos Rancho and the Pena Adobe” [cont.] in Note Book, Solano County Historical Society, vol. 7, no. 5 (May 1964) , pp. 11-14.
(6) “Vaca-Pena Los Putos Rancho and the Pena Adobe” in Note Book, Solano County Historical Society, vol. 7, no. 6 (June 1964) , pp. unnumbered.
(7) “Vaca-Pena Los Putos Rancho and the Pena Adobe” in Note Book, Solano County Historical Society, vol. 7, no. 8 (August 1964) , pp. unnumbered.
(8) “Vaca-Pena Los Putos Rancho and the Pena Adobe” in Note Book, Solano County Historical Society, vol. 7, no. 9 (September 1964) , pp. unnumbered.
(9) “Vaca-Pena Los Putos Rancho and the Pena Adobe” in Note Book, Solano County Historical Society, vol. 7, no. 9 (September 1964) , pp. unnumbered.
(10) “Vaca-Pena Los Putos Rancho and the Pena Adobe” in Note Book, Solano County Historical Society, vol. 7, no. 10 (October 1964) , pp. unnumbered.
(11) “Vaca-Pena Los Putos Rancho and the Pena Adobe” in Note Book, Solano County Historical Society, vol. 7, no. [11?] (November? 1964) , pp. unnumbered.
(12) “The Solanos in Sandstone by Platon Vallejo” in Note Book, Solano County Historical Society, vol. 11, no. 2 (February 1968), pp. unnumbered.
(13) “General M. G. Vallejo” in Note Book, Solano County Historical Society, no further information.
(14) “Time for Another Solano County Landmark Dedication” in Note Book, Solano County Historical Society, vol. 7, no. 8 (September 1964), pp. unnumbered. 
(15) “Pena Adobe Park” in Note Book, Solano County Historical Society, vol.11, no. 7 pp. unnumbered
pressboard cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

71A

Soberanes, Irene [compiler]

History of the Pacheco Family in California, 1776-1956, Compiled by Irene Soberanes [cover title] [title page] “Pacheco Family History, 1775-1955.” [Berkeley, Calif.}: Bancroft Library, n.d. 18 pp. pressboard cover.
Photocopied and marked by Soberanes as not for publication.

 

 

72A

Bowman, J. N.

Peraltas and Their House by J. N. Bowman [The]. San Francisco, Calif.: California Historical Society, 1951. pp. 3-19. pressboard cover. Photocopy of reprint of California Historical Society Quarterly, vol. 30, no. 3, © 1951.

 

 

73A

Ponsford, Keith [compiler & donor]

Pacheco Family History, 1776-1950, donated by Keith Ponsford [cover title] [title page] “Pacheco Family History: 1776-1950,” 1971. 30 pp. pressboard cover. Photocopy of typewritten material.

 

 

74A

Soberanes, Irene [researcher]

Soberanes Family History, 1769-1957 [cover title] [title of article] “Soberanes Family History, 1769-1957,” n.d., various paging. pressboard cover. Copied for research at Bancroft Library. [Presume permission to donate to Los Californianos was obtained. B. H. Gray]

 

 

75A

Rehm, Roger [compiler] 

Dalton, Genevieve Greenleaf [memoir of her mother]

Talamantes, Northern California [cover title] [contents] Family Group Sheets, Ancestor Charts, Dalton memoir, copies of photographs and newspaper clippings. various dates. pp. unnumbered. duo-tang cover. Photocopied material.

 

 

76A

Rehm, Roger [compiler]

José Tiburcio Vasques [I] and Maria Ana Antonia Bojorquez of the Anza Expedition and Their Descendants from Misn. Records by Mrs. Mutnick: Vasques [cover title] [contents] Family Group Sheets and Ancestor Charts. 1975. pp. unnumbered. pressboard cover. Photocopy.

 

 

77A

Northrop, Marie E.

The Yorba Family Cemetery: California’s Oldest [cover title] [article title] “The Yorba Family Cemetery: California’s Oldest” in National Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 57, no. 2 (June 1969), pp. 95-102. duo-tang cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

78A

Stewart, Marguerite A. [compiler]

Agustin Zamoreano [sic] [cover title] [contents]
(1) Example of Zamorano’s calligraphy, his self-portrait and photo.
(2) Genealogical tables from Don Agustin V. Zamorano: Statesman, Soldier, Craftsman, and California’s Printer by George L. Harding, 1934, pp. 285-291. May not be republished without consent of author or his descendants.
(3) Newspaper articles from various papers copied in their entirety. May not be republished without consent of original authors or their descendants.
(4) “The Coronel Collection” by Roby Wentz.
(5) “Sources of Zamorano’s Calligraphic Styles” by Ray Nash.
(6) “Zamorano’s Family, The Last Years” by Harding, pp. 258-271. (see item 2)
(7) “Dona Luisa” by Harding, pp. 258-271. (see item 2)
(8) “Don Agustin V. Zamarano’s Places of Residence & Occupations” by Harding. (see item 2)
Compiled December 1976, 42 pp. pressboard cover. Photocopied original material and photocopies of typewritten material. Spanish/English text.

 

 

79A

[U.S. Bureau of the Census]

1850 California Census: Monterey County [cover title] [contents] Photocopies of 1850 California Census of Monterey County, pp. 322-334. duo-tang cover. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

80A

Bowman, J. N.

The Parochial Books of the California Missions, 1961 [cover title] [title of material] “The Parochial Books of the California Missions, 1961.” pp. unnumbered. duo-tang cover. Photocopy of typewritten pages.

 

 

81A

Northrop, Marie E. (editor)

Los Angeles Padrons of 1844 [cover title] [article title] “The Los Angeles Padron of 1844 as Copied from the Los Angeles City Archives and Edited by Marie E. Northrop” in The Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly, vol. ?, no. ?, pp. 360-421. pressboard cover. Photocopy.

 

 

82A

Bonilla, Isaac Antonio, and Joy Tenney Bonilla [compilers]

Documentos para la Historia de California: Jose Mariano Bonilla [cover title] [title page] Documentos para la Historia de California Relating to José Mariano Bonilla as Gathered together by Isaac Antonio Bonilla and Joy Tenney Bonilla. Santa Barbara, Calif.: the Bonillas, 1976. 199 pp. pressboard cover. Photocopy of complimentary copy from the Bonillas. Copies of Bancroft Library documents printed with the Library’s permission.

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83A

Rehm, Roger [compiler]

5 Settlers Named Higuera: Joaquin H., Joaquin Antonio H., José Manuel H., Salvador H., Ant. Anastacio H. [cover title] [contents]
(1) “Higuera” by Roger Rehm, 20 March 1974.
(2) Data from Ranchos of California by Robert G. Cowan.
(3) Data from T. W. Temple II mg 860 T4.
(4) Data from Jean Vallejo.
(5) Data from J.V. Gallagher’s “Pacheco”.
(6) Data from Mrs. Mutnick’s “Bojorques”.
pp. unnumbered. duo-tang cover.

 

 

84A

Los Angeles City

Directory of Los Angeles City, 1878, 2nd and 3rd Ward [cover title] [title page] Directory of Los Angeles City, pp. 9-120. Handwritten note: “1878 Census from 2nd or 3rd L.A. City Directory.” Photocopied by ?.

 

 

85A

Northrop, Mrs. Joseph M. [copier]

Santa Barbara Padron, 1834 [cover title] [title page] “Padron de Santa Barbara, Ano de 1834” in Sta. Pap. Missions, vol. 5, May 1959, p. 506. 20 pp. pressboard cover. Photocopy.

 

 

86A

U.S. National Park Service. Western Region

Juan Bautista de Anza National Trail, Donated by Donald O’Sullivan [cover title] [title page] Juan Bautista de Anza National Trail Study: Study of Alternatives. San Francisco, Calif.: National Park Service, 1 March 1985. 29 pp. and maps. pressboard cover.

 

 

87A

Bancroft Library [source]

Some of the “Escoltas” of the Various Missions [cover title] [contents] Lists photocopied from Bancroft Library by ?. pp. unnumbered. pressboard cover. Permission to reproduce in full or in part must be obtained from the Director of the Library.

 

 

88A

A Dibblee Poett

Rancho San Julian: The Story of a California Ranch and Its People. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Fithian Press/Santa Barbara Historical society, 1991. Pp. 1-45, 225-33. clip binder. Photocopy of part of book. Includes de la Guerra family in España and Nueva España and last will of Juan Gutierre Guerra.

 

 

89A

Wilford, John Noble

 

Harbron, John D.

No cover title. [contents]
(1) Sketch of “first Spanish flag in the Americas”.
(2) “Looking for La Navidad: Pig’s Tooth Gnaws at Mystery Behind Columbus’ First Settlement” in The Sacramento Bee: Frontiers, 22 September 1985 by John Noble Wilford.
(3) “The Nina, the Pinta, the Santa Maria: Caravels Hide Old Secrets from the New World” in The Sacramento Bee: Frontiers, 7 July 1985 by John Noble Wilford.
(4) “The Spanish Ship of the Line” in Scientific American, December 1984, pp. 117-19  by John D. Harbron.
(5) “Rare Spanish Manuscripts Available at Berkeley” in Nuestro, May 1985, pp. 36-37.
Photocopied by ?.

 

 

90A

Ribbel, Arthur 

Viviano, Frank 

Weiner, Bernard 

Rehm, Roger [compiler] 

McGinty, Brian 

MacArthur, Mildred Yorba

California Historical Misc. [cover title] [contents]
(1) “Often, Only Leather Jackets Shielded Early Missions” by Arthur Ribbel in ?: Yesterday in the West, August 1985.
(2) “The Lost Paradise of the Californios” by Frank Viviano in San Jose Mercury, 16 June 1985, [Berryessa family].
(3) “Work-in-Progress: Luis Valdez’ New, Lively ‘Bandido’” by Bernard Weiner in San Francisco Chronicle, 9 December 1981.
(4) Ancestor Chart of Tiburcio Vasques compiled by Roger Rehm, 23 October 1985.
(5) “A Look at Yolo County’s Past” in The Daily Democrat, [Woodland], 18 August 1985. pp. unnumbered. 
(6) “Before the Judge” by Brian McGinty in Westways Vol. 71, no. 5 (May 1979), pp. 20-23, 83.
(7) “The Proverbial Message” by Mildred Yorba MacArthur in Westways Vol. 71, no. 5 (May 1979), pp. 28-29.
pressboard cover. Photocopied by Rehm?

 

 

91A

Rehm, Roger [compiler]

Costume: Spanish and Mexican Eras [cover title] [title page] “Costume of the Spanish and Mexican Era in California,” n.d., 57 pp. duo-tang cover. Photocopied from various sources by Roger Rehm.

 

 

92A

Martinez, Pablo L.

Maps from “A History of Lower California” by Pablo L. Martinez [cover title] [title page] A History of Lower California (The Only Complete and Reliable One). México, D.F.: Editorial Baja California, 1960. various paging. duo-tang cover. First English Edition, translated from Spanish by Ethel Duffy Turner. Consists mostly of maps. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

93A

Jackson, Ronald Vern, and Gary Ronald Teeples [editors]

California 1850 Census Index. Bountiful, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems, © 1978. 144 pp. hard cover. Donated by Alfred Miramontes.

 

 

94A

[U.S. Bureau of the Census]

San Diego County Census, 1850 [cover title] [title page] “San Diego County Census—1850,” pp. 13-22, 60-67. duo-tang cover. Photocopied by Herlinda T. Carney.

 

 

95A

Rehm, Roger [compiler]

José Francisco Sinova and Maria Gertrudio Bojorques, Anza Exp., and Their Descendants from Misn Records by Mrs. Mutnick: Sinova [cover title] [contents] Family Group Sheets and Ancestor Charts and supporting documents. pp. unnumbered. duo-tang cover.

 

 

96A

San Diego Genealogical Society

San Diego Leaves & Saplings, vol. 13, no. 1 (January-March 1985), 42 pp. soft cover. Includes mortuary (1907-1908), cemetery (1909-1912), 1870 census records, and index.

 

 

97A

Northrop, Marie E.

Genealogical Journal, vol. 14, no. 2 (Summer 1985), pp. 46-88. soft cover. Includes “El Pueblo de Los Angeles: Two Settlers and A Soldier of 1781 and Their Descendants” by Marie E. Northrop, pp. 47-67.

 

 

98A

Gallagher, J. Vincent [copyist]

“Men of the First Expedition,” Zoeth S. Eldredge Papers Copied by J. Vincent Gallagher [cover title] [title page] “Zoeth Skinner Eldredge Papers, Bancroft Library.” various paging. pressboard cover. Typist and donor: Rudecinda Lo Buglio, 11 April 1971. Photocopy of typewritten material.

 

 

 

99A

Mason, Bill

The Garrisons of San Diego Presidio, 1770-1794 [cover title] [title page] “The Garrisons of San Diego Presidio: 1770-1794” in The Journal of San Diego History, vol. ?, no. ?, pp. 399-425. duo-tang cover. Note: includes some information on other garrisons. Photocopied by ?.

 

 

100A

Christy, Julia Carman [compiler and donor]

Descendants of Juan Salvio Pacheco and Maria del Carmen del Valle [cover title] [title page] “Descendants of Juan Salvio Pacheco and María de Carmen del Valle,” various paging. pressboard cover.

 

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