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Santa Barbara Earthquake, Calif., 1925

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 237 Collections and/or Records:

1. Folder containing financial statements for City Building and Loan Association, 1926-31. Eleven 8"x10" b/w photographs as follows: 2. Exterior of First Federal Savings and Loan Association. 3. Interior of First Federal Savings and Loan Association. 4. Unident. man and woman standing at entrance to temporary quarters of City Building and Loan Association after 1925 earthquake. 5-6. Two copies of the exterior of City Building and Loan Association. 7. Interior of City Building and Loan Association, looking towards street. 8-10. Three copies of interior of City Building and Loan Associates. 11. An office in City Building and Loan Association. 12. A group of ten men standing in front of United Airlines plane. Group includes John Parma, Harold Chase, Patrick Maher. Fifteen 5"x7" b/w photographs as follows: 13-26. 14 views of storm damage in Sandyland area, Jan. 1940. 27. One aerial of Santa Barbara Harbor, 10/4/1993. 28. One 6.5"x10" b/w photograph of Santa Barbara Harbor breakwater w/ autos on beach. ca. 1937. Nine 3"x5" b/w photographs as follows: 29-36. Eight shots of flooding at State and Carrillo streets, 1/12/1952. 37. One shot of E.F. Hutton building, southeast corner of State and Carrillo streets, ca. 1950. 38. One b/w postcard of Miramar Beach, ca. 1923. 39. One 4"x5" b/w photographic negative of the upper Clock Building. 40. One 3"x4.5" b/w photographic negative of flooding at State and Carrillo streets, 1/12/1952. 41. One pamphlet, "Bernhard of Hoffmann-Community Builder, Santa Barbara 1921-1927." reprinted from NOTICIAS, Summer 1959. 42-43. Two loan applications from City Building and Loan Association.

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 1992-125
Found in: Gledhill Library

1. Notebook, Native Daughters of the Golden West Reina del Mar parlor, pioneer biographical sketches. 2. Booklet, "California Centennials," 1948. 3. Magazine, "California Southland," Aug. 1927. 4-38. 35 deeds, indentures and misc. documents primarily related to Chapman family: -Poem to Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Gifford on their wedding day -Deed dated April 28, 1856 (in Spanish) -Letter dated Nov. 17, 1849 (Philadelphia) to Capt. William Maris from his sister -Letter dated Feb. 22, 1851 to Capt. William S. Maris in San Francisco from his sister -Receipt for $3.32 for William Maris for filing papers for the estate of Dolores Chapman -Deed (on 1/4 sheet) for land in Santa Barbara sold to John Mury on Sept. 1, 1863 -Notarized document (Dec. 11, 1874) by William S. Maris, the guardian of Refugia Chapman, (an insane person) regarding property on Haley Street -Last will and testament of Guadalupe Ortega de Chapman -Document in Spanish regarding Refugia Chapman and her disability dated Oct. 2, 1868 -Document in Spanish regarding Dona Guadalupe Ortega dated Feb. 14, 1850 -Deed dated Dec. 30,1865 from Jose Juan Chapman to Guadalupe Chapman de Ortega -Receipt from Santa Barbara Co. Recorder to Capt. Maris dated April 6, 1895 regarding the estate of Guadalupe Ortega de Chapman -Deed dated July 6, 1869, from Jose Antonio Chapman to Guadalupe Chapman de Ortega -Mortgage dated Sept. 19, 1872, from J.P. (?) Ramos to C Basquez -Copy of Summons from First District of Court (Ramon de la Revasibals vs Francisco Ayalaetals) (spelling of name in question) -Probate Court Citation regarding the estate and guardianship of Refugia Chapman, an insane person -Probate Court Citation regarding the estate of Dolores Ayalude Chapman -Deed dated Jan. 19, 1870 (Vincente Ortega to Delores Chapman de Maris) -Deed dated Dec. 26, 1886, from S. Coblentz, et al, to Guadalupe C. de Ortega -Copy of Summons from First District Court of Ventura Co. regarding the Santa Ana Water Co. vs Ramon G. de la Riva -Mortgage dated Jan. 9, 1880, between W.S. Maris and Dolores O. Maris -Document regarding the estate of Guadalupe de Chapman administered by W.S. Maris dated April 6, 1895 -Complaint of Quiet Title dated March 29, 1865 (Thomas A. Scott vs Jose Juan Chapman et als) 4 copies -Deed dated Jan. 1888, of Delores Chapman de Maris to John C. Platt -Deed dated Jan. 1888, of Refugia Chapman by W.S. Maris (guardian) to John C. Platt -Deed dated Feb. 9, 1875, of B. Gutierrez to Luisa Elizalde and Dolores Maris -Deed dated Aug. 24, 1894, of Vicente Ortega et al to Dolores Maris -Copy of Summons dated Jan. 9, 1874, of District Court of Ventura Co. regarding Santa Ana Water Co. vs Ramon G. de la Rivas et als -Deed dated May 6, 1858, of the City of Santa Barbara to William S. Maris -Deed dated April 24, 1858, of the City of Santa Barbara to Guadalupe Ortega de Chapman -Homestead Declaration dated April 26, 1861, by William S. Maris. -Deed (with may of the lot) dated Nov. 30, 1878, of W.S. Maris and wife to Laura Elizalde -Deed dated July 11, 1856, of the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Santa Barbara to Dolores de Carrillo,Petra Carrillo, and Juan Carrillo -Copy and translation of the Last Will and Testament of Jose Chapman dated Jan. 7, 1849, in both Spanish and English -Deed/Contract dated July 1856, Guadalupe Colwell and Maria Yamalia Chapman, Vincente Ortega, Guadalupe Chapman de Ortega, W.S. Maris, and Jose Chapman 39-60. 22 b/w postcards of 1925 earthquake. 61-64. 4 b/w photographs of 1925 earthquake mounted on blck construction paper. 65-90. 26 b/w photographs of adobes, 1914 flood damage, Santa Barbara Mission, and other buildings. 91-94. 4 b/w photographs of antique automobiles. 95. One 8.5 x 11.5 pencil drawing of house at 18 East Haley Street.

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 2012-009
Found in: Gledhill Library