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MAP. Cartographic

 Record Group
Identifier: MAP

Found in 265 Collections and/or Records:

1. Letter dated June 30, 1871, with envelope, to Genl. F.T. Dent from Geo. M. Dent to Intro. T. Wallace More. Appsl. $25.00 2. Frail tracing expendiente No. 16. 1829. Sespe. D. Carlos Anto Carrillo. Appsl. $300.00 3. Field notes of Rancho Sespe survey by Chas. F. Hoffman- Jan 1868- 11 pages. Appsl. $150.00 4. Frail 4 p.p. August 1, 1863. letter to T. Wallace More from Benjamin Hayes. Letter. Appsl. $25.00 5. Frail Copy- Land grant and sale of Lompoc and Mission Vieja/ Purissima (4 p.p.) Appsl. $150.00 6. Letter from A. Robinson to Thomas More dated November 20/66 Appsl. $60.00 7. Frail copy. Lompoc pasturage- 1863. (3 p.p.) Appsl. $50.00 8. T. Wallace More/ R. Cohen & Co. 1863-1864 (4pp-1 paper) Appsl. $25.00 9. 3 I.O.U's from Jose de Jesus Carrillo and Josefa Castro de Carrillo to T. Wallace More- 1852- 3 pages. Appsl. $45.00 10. Bill of lading- 11 Sept. 1860. (drawing) Appsl. $15.00 11. Full true exact traced copy of the original map marked #176. Filed in case No. 61 on Docket of U.S. District Court. Map or plan of Lompoc and Mission Vieja. 5th March 1858. Appsl. $100.00 12. Office of the Sheriff of the Co. of S.B. to Hon. D.P. Hatch. Re; C.A. Storke- July 2, 1881 1 p. Appsl. $25.00 13. T. Wallace More- 2 p.p. Typewritten (4 pages) a biography Appsl. $15.00 14. "Copy from Public Library"- Re: Murder of T.W. More. 7 p.p. Typewritten. Appsl. $15.00 15. "Copy"- The Sespe- 1 p. "The Murder of Thomas Wallace More" pp 1-32 Appsl. $25.00 Total in Appraisals: $1025.00 Appraisals by Milton Hammer, A.S.A. Senior Appraiser

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 1979-060
Found in: Gledhill Library

1. Map - 1847

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 1964-170
Dates: 1847
Found in: Gledhill Library

1. Map, California and Nevada, pub. by National Geographic Society, 6/1974. 2, Pamphlet, "Introduction to the Latin American Nations," pub. by Organization of American States, 1970 reprint. Twenty-five books as follows (sc - softcover hc- hardcover): 3. De Vito, Bernard, THE YEAR OF DECISION 1846. Sentry ed., 1961. sc 4. Wheeler, Eugene D. and Kallman, Robert E., SHIPWRECKS, SMUGGLERS AND MARITIME MYSTERIES. 2nd ed., 1986. sc 5. Turner, Frederick Jackson, THE FRONTIER IN AMERICAN HISTORY. Holt, Rinehart, and Winston ed., 1962. sc 6. Turner, Henry A. and Vieg, John A., THE GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS OF CALIFORNIA. McGraw-Hill, 2nd ed., 1964. sc 7. Reed, Adele, MAMMOTH LAKES MEMORIES. Chalfant Press, 1971. sc 8. Morgan, Dale L., JEDEDIAH SMITH AND THE OPENING OF THE WEST. Univ. of Nebraska Press, 3rd printing, 1967. sc 9. Billington, Ray Allen, THE FAR WESTERN FRONTIER 1830-1860. Harper TorchBooks, 1962. sc 10. Grant, Blanche C., ed. KIT CARSON'S OWN STORY OF HIS LIFE. Kit Carson Memorial Foundation, 1955. sc 11. Starr, Kevin, INVENTING THE DREAM,. Oxford Univ. Press 1985. sc 12. Booth, Larry, et. al., PORTRAIT OF A BOOM TOWN: SAN DIEGO IN THE 1880S. reprint, Calif. Historical Quarterly, Dec. 1971. sc 13. Nava, Julian and Barger, Bob, CALIFORNIA: FIVE CENTURIES OF CULTURAL CONTRASTS. Glencoe Press, 1976. sc (ex libris) 14. Hutchinson, W.H., CALIFORNIA: THE GOLDEN SHORE BY THE SUNDOWN SEA. 2nd ed., Star Publishing, 1988. sc 15. Overholt, Alma, THE CATALINA STORY. Catalina Island Museum Society, 1978 update sc 16. Dvorin, Eugene P. and Misner, Arthur J., CALIFORNIA POLITICS AND POLICIES. Addison-Wesley Publishing, 1966. sc 17. DeVoto, Bernard, ACROSS THE WIDE MISSOURI. Houghton Miflin Sentry ed., 1964. sc 18. Rolle, Andrew F. and Gaines, John S., THE GOLDEN STATE: A HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA AHM Publishing, 2nd ed., 1979. sc 19. Bean, Walton, BOSS RUEF'S SAN FRANCISCO. Univ. of Calif. Press. 4th printing, 1972. sc 20. PEOPLE OF EARLY LOS ANGELES BROUGH WATER TO THEIR LAND AND HOMES. Los Angeles City School Districts Curriculum Division Publication No. 515, 1951. sc 21. Caughey, John W., CALIFORNIA: A REMARKABLE STATE'S LIFE HISTORY. 3rd ed., Prentice Hall, 1970. hc 22. Geiger, Marynard, AS THE PADRES SAW THEM... Santa Barbara Mission Archive - Library, 1976. hc 23. McClure, James D., CALIFORNIA LANDMARKS. Standford Univ. Press, 5th printing, 1963. hc (ex libris) 24. Billington, Ray Allen, WESTWARD EXPANSION: A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN FRONTIER. MacMillan Company, 2nd. ed., 1960. hc (ex libris) 25. Dozer, Donald Marquand, LATIN AMERICA: AN INTERPRETIVE HISTORY. McGraw-Hill, 1962. hc (ex libris) 26. Bannon, John Francis, HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS. McGraw-Hill, 2nd ed., 1963. hc 27. Los Angeles City School Districts Curriculum Division, CALIFORNIA, YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW. 1949. hc

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 1994-013
Found in: Gledhill Library

1. Map defining lands of oil companies of Northern Santa Barbara County Oil Fields. Compiled for "The Independent". Also shows lands of T. Bell, J.S. Bell, J.W. Cooper, and others. 2. Smaller map showing properties of T. Bell, J.S. Bell, and others. 3. Map of Los Alamos Grant, showing holdings of T. Bell, J.S. Bell, and others. 4. Map of La Laguna Rancho which belonged to Dr. J.B. Shaw, 1876. 5. Deed to portion of Rancho de Los Alamos from Thomas Bell to John Stewart Bell, dated Oct. 19, 1874. 6. Copy of Indenture covering sale of property from Teresa Bell as Administratrix of the Estate of Thomas Bell, deceased, to E. L. Doheny, dated Aug. 21, 1916. 7. Map of Los Alamos School District, compiled by County Surveyor's Office. 8. Certified copy of map made for Thomas Bell in 1867 of a tract of land within the Official Survey of Rancho Los Alamos. 9. Map of a part of Rancho La Laguna, 1870. 10. Sheet advertising auction by Easton, Eldridge & Co. of 14,000 acres at Los Alamos subdivided into smaller parcels. 11. Sheet advertising Grand Ocean and Rail Excursion to Los Alamos via Port Hartford from San Francisco, 1888. 12. Sheet advertising auction of subdivision of Rancho de Los Alamos with map on reverse side of subdivision of part of Rancho de Los Alamos, 1887. 13. Sheet showing Rancho Los Alamos Brands - Jose de la Guerra, James B. Shaw, John S. Bell, and Timothy J. Manning 14. Pamphlet of Los Alamos Petroleum Company with map on reverse side of Santa Maria Oil Fields. 15. Department of the interior U.S. Geological Survey, 1905, of northern part of Santa Barbara County, with information on reverse side dated Sept., 1928. 16. Newspaper article giving information about Bell Family

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 1973-064
Found in: Gledhill Library