Vallejo Family Papers MSA.Vallejo

Finding aid prepared by Tracy Brown, Anna Liza Posas
Autry National Center, Autry Library
4700 Western Heritage Way
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rroom@theautry.org
2012


Title: The Vallejo Papers
Identifier/Call Number: MSA.Vallejo
Contributing Institution: Autry National Center, Autry Library
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 3.75 Linear feet
Date (bulk): Bulk, 1875-1915
Date (inclusive): 1748-1996
Abstract: The Vallejo family has deep roots in the New World, and in California particularly. General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo’s ancestors came to the New World with the first conquistadors in the late fifteenth century. Several held prominent positions: Don PedroVallejo, for example, was viceroy of New Spain. General Vallejo’s father, Don Ignacio Vallejo, was a member of Father Junipero Serra’s military guard and was with him when he came to California in 1769 to begin missionizing among the California Indians. General Vallejo’s wife, Francisca Carrillo, also came from a prominent California family. Her great-grandmother came to California from Sinaloa as a young widow with the second Anza Expedition of 1775-1776. The collection includes material from 1748 to 1996 and best represents the life and interests of General Vallejo’s seventh child, Platon. Much of the legal and financial papers, the correspondence, and personal papers located in the Vallejo Family Documents reflect Platon’s legal and financial dealings, his interest in California history and the history of his own family in California, Vallejo genealogy, and the Suisun Indians.
creator: Vallejo Family

Biographical note

The Vallejo family has deep roots in the New World, and in California particularly. General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo’s ancestors came to the New World with the first conquistadors in the late fifteenth century. Several held prominent positions: Don PedroVallejo, for example, was viceroy of New Spain. General Vallejo’s father, Don Ignacio Vallejo, was a member of Father Junipero Serra’s military guard and was with him when he came to California in 1769 to begin missionizing among the California Indians. General Vallejo’s wife, Francisca Carrillo, also came from a prominent California family. Her great-grandmother came to California from Sinaloa as a young widow with the second Anza Expedition of 1775-1776.
General Vallejo was born in Monterey in 1808, the eighth of thirteen children. He was groomed for leadership from a young age by several Alta Californian governors. After training as a cadet in the Mexican Army, the Governor of Mexico appointed him the head of the San Francisco garrison (1833), and then the military commander of the northern part of the state. In 1836, he supported a short-lived revolt that sought independence for California from Mexico. Vallejo was critical of Mexican government, and consistently identified with those Mexican liberals who argued for the separation of civil and religious authority in government. For this reason, he supported both the 1836 revolt and the US takeover of California in 1848.
Despite his support of the takeover, Vallejo’s treatment at the hands of US forces was not always kind. He was imprisoned for a short while during the Bear Flag Rebellion (1846). During his imprisonment, much of his estate was looted. He sued the US government for damages caused to his personal property and land during the war with Mexico. He recovered only a fraction of what his claims were worth. He also lost land and property to squatters, lawsuits, drought and financial mismanagement by his son-in-law and power-of-attorney John Frisbie. In his later years, his landholdings were reduced to a two hundred acre ranch called Lachryma Montis. In short, Vallejo’s financial status was never stable after the US takeover.
Despite these difficulties, Vallejo was elected to the state senate in 1849, and in 1850 donated the land for a state capitol at Vallejo. He had a deep interest in the history of his state, and accumulated a great amount of official documentation as a result of his holding various positions within California government during the Spanish, Mexican and American periods. He wrote a five-volume manuscript entitled History of California which was unfortunately lost when one of his homes burned down. Eventually, he donated all of his records to Hubert Bancroft, who employed them in his own historical writings. Several of Vallejo’s children became prominent in their own right. His son Platon Vallejo became a well-respected doctor. Epifania Vallejo became California’s first woman daguerrotypist. Many of his children married into locally prominent Anglo families. General Vallejo died on January 18, 1890. Francisca Vallejo died soon after, on 1891 January 30. Judie A. Williams is the granddaughter of Francesco Vallejo McGettigan (great-granddaughter of M.G. Vallejo). For further reference see: Myrtle M. McKittrick, Vallejo, Son of California. Oregon: Binfords and Mort, 1944. Alan Rosenus, General M. G. Vallejo and the Advent of the Americas. Albuquerque: UNM Press, 1995.

Custodial history

The collection was under the stewardship of Francesca Vallejo McGettigan, great granddaughter of General Vallejo. Ms. Judie A. Williams donated the collection to the Autry from 2001 to 2004.

Scope and contents

This collection best represents the life and interests of General Vallejo’s seventh child, Platon. Much of the legal and financial papers, the correspondence, and personal papers located in the Vallejo Family Documents reflect Platon’s legal and financial dealings, his interest in California history and the history of his own family in California, Vallejo genealogy, and the Suisun Indians. The correspondence, for example, is mostly comprised of letters written to or from Platon Vallejo. The Personal Papers are, in fact, almost entirely comprised of materials that he generated or collected including his own hand-written accounts of dramatic past events (the elopement of Josefa Carrillo and Captain Henry Fitch or narrative of the life of Ramona Carrillo Pacheco, Platon’s aunt) and Vallejo genealogies. The Legal and Financial Papers contain receipts for purchases he made and for taxes he paid, as well as one version of his will written on the back of an envelope.
Also included in the Legal and Financial Papers are land titles to property within the city of Vallejo – including several copies of the original grant of land made to General Vallejo by the Mexican government in 1844. General Vallejo founded the city of Vallejo in 1850, but soon gave his son-in-law John B. Frisbie power of attorney over the land. Frisbie was the person responsible for encouraging development of the town and is considered its true founder. The land grant papers reflect Frisbie’s considerable involvement in the development of the city of Vallejo (see www.visitvallejo.com).
The California Mission Documents, which were clearly collected by General Vallejo, were eventually Platon’s. Several of the documents, such as the account of Junipero Serra’s burial or the Alta California patentes, have letters attached to them indicating that the General had passed them on to Platon. Also included is a set of Edward Vischer photographs of California missions, which Vischer presented to General Vallejo as a gift. While at least four generations of the Vallejo family are represented in the Vallejo Family Photographs, Platon, his wife Lily Wiley, and their four children are among the most substantially represented (along with M.G. Vallejo and several of Platon’s brothers and sisters). The photograph collection is comprised mainly of cabinet cards and carte de visites from the late nineteenth century; but also included is a rare salt print of Leo Cornell Frisbie (grandson of the General) as well as several tintypes.
Finally, the Suisun Documents are a collection of English-Suisun or Suisun-English vocabularies that Platon Vallejo created for the most part in the nineteenth century. Chief Solano, head of the Suisuns, was a strong ally of General Vallejo’s and assisted him in putting down several Indian uprisings in northern California in the mid-nineteenth century. Solano spoke Spanish fluently, and converted to Christianity. Platon Vallejo was able to develop close friendships with Suisun individuals during his childhood and early adolescence as a result of the General’s close collaboration with Chief Solano. Platon, in fact, learned to speak the Suisun language fluently. The collection contains several of Platon’s hand-written personal recollections of the daily life of the Suisun. The vocabularies themselves reflect Platon’s interest in teaching the Suisun about Christianity, since they contain translation of bible verse and prayers into Suisun. There are few, if any, extant Suisun vocabularies, catechisms or descriptions of Suisun life. As such, the Suisun Documents represent a rare and important set of materials for the history and linguistics of northern California Indians.
Despite the fact that a good portion of the material appears to have been collected by Platon Vallejo, the papers as a whole provide an intimate look at the Vallejo family during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Letters between General Vallejo and Platon Vallejo reveal the close bonds that linked the family. The California mission materials reflect the deep interest that the General and Platon Vallejo had in documenting the religious life of the time period. The production of genealogies, personal recollections and the meticulous collection of photographs of over 60 family members from four generations shows a deep commitment to keeping track of the life and growth of the Vallejo family itself. And the legal and financial papers illustrate the daily financial management of Vallejo households in the nineteenth century as well as the running of some of the business interests of the Vallejo family.

Preferred citation

Autry National Center; [Object id #].

Arrangement

  • Series 1: Vallejo Family Documents, 1767-1979
  • Series 2: Suisun Documents, 1860-1996 (Bulk, 1976-1996)
  • Series 3: Vallejo Family Photographs, 1827-1902, undated

Access

Collection is open for research. Appointments to view materials are required. To make an appointment please visit http://theautry.org/research/research-rules-and-application or contact library staff at rroom@theautry.org.

Use

Copyright has not been assigned to the Autry National Center. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Autry Archivist. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Autry National Center as the custodian of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.

Acquisition

Donated by Ms. Judie A. Williams, 2001-2004.

Processing history

Processed by Tracey Brown, 2002 December 26. Finding aid revised by Anna Liza Posas, 2012. Final processing of collection and publication of finding aid made possible by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC).

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Vallejo, Lily Wiley
Vallejo, Mariano Guadalupe, 1808-1890
Vallejo, Platon
Albumen prints
Books
Cabinet photographs
California -- History -- 19th century
California, Northern -- History
Correspondence
Indians of North America -- California
Miwok Indians -- History
Miwok Indians -- Missions -- California
Miwok languages
Patwin Indians
Photograph albums
Photographs
Spanish mission buildings -- California
Suisun Indians
Suisun language
Tintypes
Visiting cards

 

Vallejo Family Documents Series 1:  1767-1979

 

Junipero Serra burial (account), 1875

Scope and contents

Object id#'s: 2001.43.8.1 to .3
Handwritten account, in Spanish, of Father Serra’s internment which occurred on the 29th of August, 1784 in the Mission Church of San Carlos at Monterey. Attached to the account is a handwritten letter from Hubert Bancroft to Platon Vallejo, explaining that the copy of the account had been made by General Vallejo himself. Vallejo asked Bancroft to deliver the account to Platon – which he did on March 5, 1875. The file also contains several English transcriptions (typed and handwritten) of the account. The original account was written by Father Francisco Palou; General Vallejo’s transcription of the account was certified by Angel Casanova, Cura of Monterey, in February of 1875.
 

Patentes – Alta California, 1806

Scope and contents

Object id#: 2001.43.3
Copies (in Spanish) of numerous patentes that circulated in the Alta California missions in 1806. Patentes were basically letters of instruction and/or information that were circulated to priests to guide them in their daily running of the missions. They therefore contain information on Church policy as well as the more mundane aspects of daily life at the missions. Attached to the patentes is a letter (in Spanish) addressed to Platon from General Vallejo, which simply acknowledges that the General is delivering the document to Platon. It is dated March 12, 1875.
 

The Pioneer Collection: mission sketches and publications of Edward Vischer.

Scope and contents

Edward Vischer presented a set of albumen photographs of his mission sketches, his book Franciscan Missions of Upper California, as well as various other materials to General Vallejo on 1878 November 15. The material was given to Vallejo in an inscribed and embossed leather folio which is included here.
 

Franciscan Missions of Upper California: Notes on the Californian Missions, A Supplement to Vischer’s Pictorial of California, Dedicated to its Patrons. San Francisco: Winterburn & Co, 1872

Scope and contents

Folder 2001.52.7
Signed copy of book presented to General Vallejo from Vischer. Has several hand-written notes laid in: the first, at page six, describes what happened to several of the last priests to be stationed in California. The second, at page 43, describes the ways in which General Vallejo assisted Vischer in completing a number of sketches of California missions.
 

Leather folio and documents, 1878.

Scope and contents

Folders 2001.52.1 - .2; 2001.52.5.1-.5
Leather portfolio, cabinet card of an elderly man, newspaper article about Vischer’s book The Missions of Upper California, copy of Vischer’s address given at the dedication of his mission sketches to the Society of California Pioneers, and envelope which contained all of the albumen prints of sketches presented to Vallejo.
 

Sketches: Missions North of Pt. Conception, 1864-1878

Scope and contents

Folders 2001.52.9.1; 2001.52.8.3-.18
Envelope, cardboard folio and albumen photographs of sketches of the missions at Sonoma and San Rafael, San Carlos, Santa Clara, San Jose, Dolores, San Juan Bautista, La Soledad, San Antonio, San Miguel, San Luis Obispo, Santa Ines, and La Purisima and Santa Cruz.
 

Sketches: Missions South of Pt. Conception, 1861-1877

Scope and contents

Folders 2001.52.8.1, 2001.52.8.2, 2001.52.9.2-.13
Envelope, cardboard folio, and albumen photographs of sketches of the missions at Santa Barbara, San Buenaventura, San Fernando, San Gabriel, San Luis Rey, San Juan Capistrano, and San Diego.
 

Sketches: Point Cypress and the Montecito, 1865-1871

Scope and contents

Folder 2001.52.6
Mounted albumen photographs of sketches of Point Cypress and the Montecito, Santa Barbara.
 

Vischer-Vallejo Correspondence, 1878

Scope and contents

Folders 2001.52.4.1-.2; 2001.52.3.1-.3
Three letters: one from Vischer to Vallejo, dated November 15, 1878, describing the sketches and other material he is giving to him; a second from Vallejo to Vischer dated October 28, 1878, introducing his son Platon; a third from Vallejo to Platon, dated the same day, discussing the work of H. Bancroft.
 

San Francisco de Asis, undated

Scope and contents

Object id#: 2001.43.2
Handwritten account of the founding of the mission of San Francisco de Asis. In Spanish, addressed to “Reverendisimo Arzobispo, Venerable Clero, Señoras y Caballeros.”
 

Legal and Financial Papers

 

George Higson-Platon Vallejo lawsuit, 1880 November - 1881 January

Scope and contents

Object id#: 2001.43.53
Higson, an “insolvent debtor,” is asking for settlement of financial matters in an unnamed dispute. One folio.
 

Insurance Policies (Platon Vallejo), 4b:  1876-1890

Scope and contents

Object id#'s: 2002.1.8.6.1to .16
Numerous fire and insurance policies issued to Platon Vallejo.
 

Land Titles, 1844-1877

Scope and contents

Object id#'s: 2001.43.4 to.7
Sales of land in the Town and City of Vallejo, 1844-1877. Includes a copy of the original grant of land made to General Vallejo from the Mexican Government on June 19, 1844. John B. Frisbie involved in many of the transactions. Folders also include titles to Lot No. 6 in Block No. 229 in the City of Vallejo and titles of Lot No. 9, Block 283 in the City of Vallejo.
 

Jacob Leese Land Claim, 1839

Scope and contents

Folder 2002.1.8.1
Jacob Leese requesting a piece of land to graze cattle and horses (in Spanish). Includes a hand-drawn topographical map. Leese was the husband of General Vallejo’s sister, Rosalia.
 

Receipts (Platon Vallejo), 1873-1893

Scope and contents

Folders 2002.1.8.7.1-.57, 2002.1.8.7.58.7-.14, 2002.1.8.7.58.16, 2001.43.46, 2001.43.48
Receipts for purchases of different items or services, tax payments, and bank deposits made by Platon Vallejo.
 

Tax Receipts (Platon Vallejo), 1860-1898

Scope and contents

Folders 2002.1.8.4.1-.36
Various tax payments that P. Vallejo made over the years.
 

U.S. General Land Office Affadavit, 1915

Scope and contents

Folders 2002.1.8.5.1-.2
Platon Vallejo’s testimony concerning drainage of swampy lands within Solano County. Map is included.
 

Will (Platon Vallejo), 1913 May 2

Scope and contents

Folder 2001.43.67
Hand-written will on the back of an envelope. In it, he divides land and houses up amongst his daughters and encourages them to be loving sisters and not to quarrel.
 

Personal Papers

 

Autograph Album – Lily P. Wiley, 1862-1864

Scope and contents

Folder 2002.1.17
 

Birth, Baptism, Death and Funeral Notices, Bulk, 1816-1911 1748, 1816-1911

Scope and contents

Folders 2002.1.8.2.1-.3, 2002.1.8.3.1-.3, 2002.1.8.8.1-.3, 2001.43.9
Birth, baptism, death and funeral notices of various Vallejo family members.
 

Correspondence, 1850-1908

Scope and contents

Folders 2001.43.18.1-.2, 2001.43.1-.2, 2001.44.1-.2, 2001.45 .1-.3, 2001.47, 2001.49-.52, 2001.54, 2001.56, 2001.58.1-.2, 2001.59, 2001.60.1-.2, 2001.61, 2001.62.1-.2, 2001.63, 2001.64.1-.2, 2001.65, 2002.1.8.7.58.2-.3, 2002.1.8.7.58.5-.6, 2002.1.8.7.58.17-.18, 2002.1.8.7.58.20-.21, 2002.1.8.8.4, 2001.43.12
Vallejo family correspondence, most written by or to Platon Vallejo (Spanish and English). Includes letters written by the General to Platon while he was studying medicine in New York, as well as correspondence Platon received while serving during the Civil War.
 

“Field Life in the South” or Service in the Army during the War, undated

Scope and contents

Folder 2001.43.42
A personal account of military service during the Civil War.
 

Fitch-Carrillo Wedding (account), undated

Scope and contents

Folder 2001.43.41
Handwritten account of the elopement of Captain Henry Fitch and Josefa Carrillo.
 

Genealogy – Carrillo Family (Spanish), 1870

Scope and contents

Folder 2001.43.16.1-.2
Hand-written genealogy of the Carrillo family. A letter from the General to Platon is attached, explaining that he had copied the genealogy in his own hand.
 

Genealogy – Vallejo Family (English), undated

Scope and contents

Folder 2001.43.17.1-.3
Translation of a document written by Platon Vallejo, which describes the activities and families of General Vallejo, his father and grandfather in the New World. It does not appear to be a translation of either the Carrillo genealogy or the limpieza de sangre of Don Vallejo. Also enclosed is a letter written by Kevin McGettigan to Dr. Elliot Evans in 1972, requesting that he translate the Carrillo and Vallejo family genealogies.
 

Genealogy – Platon Vallejo Family (English), undated

Scope and contents

Folder 2001.43.14
Typed genealogy of P. Vallejo’s children and their families.
 

Genealogy – Vallejo Family (Spanish), 1806

Scope and contents

Folders 2001.43.15.1-.2
Limpieza de sangre of Don Ignacio Vicente Ferrer Vallejo, General Vallejo’s father. Limpieza de sangres were investigations conducted into the backgrounds of prominent people or those about to be married to ensure a pure Spanish lineage. Several letters (written in 1867) from the General to Platon are attached.
 

Poems/Prayers, circa 1875-1900

Scope and contents

Folders 2001.43.13, .55; 2001.43.57.1-.2; 2002.1.8.2.4; 2002.1.8.7.58.1, 2002.1.8.7.58.4, 2002.1.8.7.58.15, 2002.1.8.7.58.19
Poems and prayers, some composed by the General himself. In both English and Spanish.
 

“Ramona,” undated

Scope and contents

Folder 2001.43.66
Narrative of the life of Ramona Carrillo Pacheco de Wilson, Platon’s aunt.
 

Vallejo Family Bible 1867

Scope and contents

Object id#: 2002.1.11
Given to Lily Wiley at the time of her marriage to Platon Vallejo in 1867. Includes list of births, marriages and deaths, 1830-1867.
 

Publications Bulk, 1943-1979 1767, 1943-1979

Language of Material: English
 

John Howell-Books, California Catalogue 50, Part I, 1979

Scope and contents

Folder 2002.1.16
 

McGettigan, Francisca Vallejo, Along the Highway of the King, Oakland, CA: The Howell-North Press, 1943

Scope and contents

Folder 2002.1.13
 

McGettigan, Francisca Vallejo, San Francisco Souvenir: Poetically Narrated by Francisca Vallejo McGettigan, San Francisco. 1956

Scope and contents

Object id#: 2002.1.14
 

A New Collection of Voyages, Discoveries and Travels, Vol. III, London: J. Knox, 1767

Scope and contents

Object id# 2002.1.15
 

Suisun Documents Series 2:  Bulk, 1976-1996 1860-1996

Scope and contents

The Suisun Documents are a collection of English-Suisun or Suisun-English vocabularies that Platon Vallejo created for the most part in the nineteenth century. Chief Solano, head of the Suisuns, was a strong ally of General Vallejo’s and assisted him in putting down several Indian uprisings in northern California in the mid-nineteenth century. Solano spoke Spanish fluently, and converted to Christianity. Platon Vallejo was able to develop close friendships with Suisun individuals during his childhood and early adolescence as a result of the General’s close collaboration with Chief Solano. Platon, in fact, learned to speak the Suisun language fluently. The collection contains several of Platon’s hand-written personal recollections of the daily life of the Suisun. The vocabularies themselves reflect Platon’s interest in teaching the Suisun about Christianity, since they contain translation of bible verse and prayers into Suisun. There are few, if any, extant Suisun vocabularies, catechisms or descriptions of Suisun life. As such, the Suisun Documents represent a rare and important set of materials for the history and linguistics of northern California Indians.
Despite the fact that a good portion of the material appears to have been collected by Platon Vallejo, the papers as a whole provide an intimate look at the Vallejo family during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Letters between General Vallejo and Platon Vallejo reveal the close bonds that linked the family. The California mission materials reflect the deep interest that the General and Platon Vallejo had in documenting the religious life of the time period. The production of genealogies, personal recollections and the meticulous collection of photographs of over 60 family members from four generations shows a deep commitment to keeping track of the life and growth of the Vallejo family itself. And the legal and financial papers illustrate the daily financial management of Vallejo households in the nineteenth century as well as the running of some of the business interests of the Vallejo family.
 

Correspondence between Kevin McGettigan, Judie McGettigan Williams and various people and institutions about donating the Suisun vocabularies. 1976-1996

Scope and contents

Object id#'s: 2001.43.30.1to.3 and 2001.43.30.7to .22
 

Newspaper clippings, 1981-1984

Scope and contents

Object id#'s: 2001.43.30.4 to.6
Three newspaper clippings from the San Francisco Examiner and Ventura County Star about Indian histories and activities in the area.
 

Platon Vallejo’s personal recollections of Suisun life. 1908, undated

Scope and contents

Object id#'s: 2001.43.1, .10, .11
This material includes three documents. A 1908 letter written to Mrs. Emily Witset by Platon Vallejo which goes into detail about Suisun activities in the area during his adolescence and early adult life. It includes detail about Chief Francisco Solano, General Vallejo’s chief Suisun ally, as well as Tomó, Platon Vallejo’s primary informant concerning the Suisun practices and beliefs. A second group of loose papers discusses missionary efforts to convert the Suisun to Christianity. It includes a translation of the Lord’s Prayer into Suisun. A third is titled “Legend of ‘Temelpa’ – ‘by the Sea’ (by Tomó…).”
 

English-Suisun Vocabulary, typed, undated

Scope and contents

Object id#'s: 2001.43.31.1 to .2
Unbound, typed translation of English numbers, phrases and words into Suisun. The first file contains the typed original; the second file contains a photocopy of the original.
 

Suisun-English Vocabulary, typed, undated

Scope and contents

Object id#'s: 2001.43.32.1 to .2
Unbound, typed translation of Suisun numbers, phrases and words into English. The first file contains the typed original; the second file contains a photocopy of the original. This vocabulary contains the same information as the English-Suisun vocabulary; it simply reverses the order of the translation (from Suisun-English rather than English-Suisun).
 

Suisun-English Vocabulary, handwritten, circa 1860-1880

Scope and contents

Object id#'s: 2001.43.19.1 to .9 and 2001.43.20
Platon Vallejo’s miscellaneous, handwritten translations of Suisun words and phrases into English. Also contains a translation of The Apostles’ Creed and The Lord’s Prayer into Suisun. First file contains originals; second file contains photocopies of these originals.
 

English-Suisun Vocabulary, blank booklet series, circa 1860-1880

Scope and contents

Object id#'s: 2001.43.21 to .29
Handwritten translations of English words into Suisun, contained in a series of nine blank booklets. Booklet #3 has several drawings of a hand in Platon Vallejo’s attempt to translate Suisun into sign language. Booklet #9 contains translations of The Creed, The Lord’s Prayer and The Ten Commandments into Suisun. Each file contains the original blank booklet and two photocopies of the booklet (except for numbers 8 and 9, which only contain one copy).
 

Vallejo Family Photographs Series 3:  1827-1902, undated

 

Carrillo, Jose Ramon, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.5.39; 1.7.28
 

Carrillo, Maria de la Luz Estaquia, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.21; 1.3.37; 1.3.43; 1.4.4; 1.7.19
 

Cooper, Encarnacion Vallejo, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.4.58
 

Cutter children (Leo and Maria), 1882, 1884 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.24 [1882]; 1.3.54; 1.3.59 [1884]
 

Cutter, James Henry, August 23, 1878

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.16
 

Cutter, Maria Ygnacia Vallejo, 1878 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.7; 1.3.18 [1878]; 1.3.56; 1.5.13 [1878]; 1.7.11; 1.7.17[1878]
 

Dempsey, Val, October 1901

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.4.46
 

Eggleton, Angela Josephine Vallejo, 1880 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.9 [1880]; 1.3.42; 1.4.10; 1.4.31; 1.7.14; 1.7.20 See also "Vallejo/Wiley group photos"
 

Emparan, Maria Luisa Eugenia Vallejo (Lulu), 1891 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.16 [1891]; 1.2.37; 1.3.6; 1.5.12 See also "Vallejo family group photos".
 

Flora Temple (horse), undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.5.20
 

Frisbie (Epifania and John) and unidentified children, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.5.81; 1.5.82
 

Frisbie, Adalayada Refugio Vallejo (Adela), 1878-1894 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.5 [1894], .6, .8, .9 [1887], 10 [1887]; 1.3.33, .55, .60 [1878]; 1.4.11, .19; 1.5.15 [1882], .46 [1886], .50 [tintype], .57, .76; 1.7.5, .22, .41
 

Frisbie, Benicia Cynthia, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.25; 1.7.34 See also "Vallejo family group photos"
 

Frisbie, Cecilia, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.7.24
 

Frisbie, Epifania Vallejo (Fannie), 1859 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.4, .17; 1.5. 42, .47, .54, .59, .60, .64 [1859]; 1.7.8, .36 See also "Vallejo family group photos"
 

Frisbie, John Bernard, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.7.29
 

Frisbie, John Blackman, 1846 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.23 [1846], .38, .53
 

Frisbie, Josephine, 1888, 1890 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.11 [1888]; 1.3.46 [1890], .51
 

Frisbie, Juana Magdalena (Madeline), undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.5.10 See also "Vallejo family group photos"
 

Frisbie, Leo Cornell, 1888, 1890, 1891, and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.12 [1888]; 1.3.3, .8 [1890], .31 [1890]; 1.4.12, .57 [1891]
 

Frisbie, Levi Cornell, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.13; 1.3.34; 1.7.4
 

Frisbie, Maria Ynez Vallejo, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.22
 

Frisbie, Mary Pamelia, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.32; 1.7.7, .40
 

Frisbie, Platon, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.10
 

Frisbie, Sarah Monica, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.19; 1.3.26, .47; 1.7.12
 

Fullen, Adela Carmela, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.4.43, .47, .48
 

Fullen, Maria Felipa Vallejo, 1899 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.39; 1.4.26, .28 [1899]; 1.5.16, .24, .26, .28, .52 See also Files "Vallejo family group photos" and 64
 

Gantner, Lilly Frisbie, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.5.14
 

Harasthy, Arpad, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.53
 

Harasthy, Augustina, 189[?]

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.4.55
 

Haraszthy, Maria Jovita Francisca Vallejo, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.33; 1.3.52; 1.7.38
 

Haraszthy, Natalia Veneranda Vallejo, 1871 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.29 [1871], .40; 1.7.27
 

Haraszthy, Natalie and Solita, 1891

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.28
 

McCarthy, Dennis, 1878 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.35 [1878], 1.5.36
 

McCarthy, Lillie Frisbie, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.36; 1.4.54; 1.7.25 See also "Vallejo family group photos"
 

McGettigan group photo (Kevin and Bernard?), undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.4.50
 

McGettigan, Bernard Dudley, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.4.41
 

McGettigan, Charles Carroll, 1904 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.4.42, .51[1904]
 

McGettigan, Charles D., undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.4.36; 1.5.35
 

McGettigan, Edward, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.4.45
 

McGettigan, Francisca Vallejo, 1894, 1915 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.4.9 [1915], .25, .32 [1894?], .34, .37; 1.5.7 [1894], .29 See also Files "Vallejo family group photos" and 64
 

McGettigan, Kevin, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.4.44, .53
 

McGettigan, Mary O'Grady, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.40
 

McGettigan, Noel, 1902

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.14.52
 

Molera, Amelia Cooper, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.14
 

Molera, Eusebio, 1875

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.12
 

Peters, Adela Vallejo, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.41; 1.4.35; 1.5.27, .33 See also "Vallejo/Wiley group photos"
 

Poole, Annie Wiley, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.20, .28, .42; 1.5.18, .19
 

Poole, Edward A., undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.41; 1.5.21, .34
 

P.V. undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.5.66, .70, .72; 1.7.39
 

Religious personnel/buildings, 1 undated

 

Religious personnel/buildings, 4

 

Bishop Hugh undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.5.40
 

Our Lady of Lourdes undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.5.41
 

Bishop D. Herbonnez undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.5.48
 

Archbishop Labastida undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.5.55
 

Cura Hidalgo undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.5.84
 

Sonoma Mission undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id: 2002.1.8.9
 

Sequeira group photos, undated

 

Augusto and Juanita Sequeira undated

Scope and contents

Object id#: 2002.1.3.20
 

Fannie Sequeira and Juanita, undated

Scope and contents

Object id#: 2002.1.3.30
 

Sequeira, Francisca Frisbie (Fannie), undated

Scope and contents

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.19, .45, .48
 

Vallejo, Adronico Antonio, undated

Scope and contents

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.50; 1.5.51, .61; 1.7.30
 

Vallejo, Francisca Maria Felipa Benicia Carrillo, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.1, .2, .39; 1.3.1, .15; 1.4.3, .24 [tintype]; 1.7.3, .15, .16, .35
 

Vallejo, Jose Ignacio, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.5.38
 

Vallejo, Jose Manuel Salvador, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.21; 1.4.2, .23
 

Vallejo, Lily Wiley, 1864 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.26, .29, .31, .34, .35; 1.4.7; 1.5.1, .2, .4, .5, .6, .8, .23, .25 [1864], .44, .45, .49, .63, .67; 1.7.23; 1.9 See also "Vallejo family group photos" and 64
 

Vallejo, Mariano Guadalupe, 1890, 1920 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.14; 1.3.2, .11 [1890], .44, .57; 1.4.1, .20 [1920], .21, .33; 1.5.37; 1.7.18; 1.10 See also "Vallejo/Wiley group photos"
 

Vallejo, Napoleon Primo, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.7.21, .31 See also "Vallejo family group photos"
 

Vallejo, Platon, 1857-1885 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.17, .25, .27 [1860], .30 [1866], .38; 1.3.5, .13 [1884?], .24, .49; 1.4.5, .6, .8, .13, .14, .17, .22; 1.5.3, .22, .32, .68, .69, .71, .75 [1857], .77; 1.7.6, .9, .10 [1865], .13 [1885], .26 [1841], .33 See also Files "Vallejo family group photos" and 64
 

Vallejo, Uladislao 1867 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.7; 1.4.15; 1.5.56, .58, .65, .74, .85 [1867]; 1.7.32
 

Vallejo family group photos, 3

 

Mrs. J. B. Frisbie (Fannie Frisbie), Madeline Frisbie, Maria F. Vallejo [Fullen], Francisca Vallejo [McGettigan]

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.3, undated
 

Francisca Vallejo [McGettigan] and Madeline Frisbie

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.23, 1890
 

Montage of Vallejo family

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.3.22, undated
 

Mrs. J.B. Frisbie, Madeline Frisbie, Maria F. Vallejo [Fullen], Francisca Vallejo [McGettigan]

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.4.29, undated
 

Lily Wiley Vallejo and Lulu Vallejo Emparan with very long hair

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.5.11, undated
 

Lulu Emparan, Lily Wiley Vallejo, Governess [Emily Melvin?], Minnie Frisbie, Platon Vallejo, Napoleon Vallejo, Benicia Frisbie (tintype)

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.5.83, undated
 

Vallejo women (not identified)

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.7.1, undated
 

Minnie Frisbie, Benicia Frisbie, Lillie Frisbie McCarthy

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.7.37, undated
 

Lily Wiley Vallejo, Lulu Emparan, Emily Melvin, with very long hair

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.12.1, .2, undated
 

Vallejo/Wiley group photos, undated

 

Platon and Angela Josephine Vallejo, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.3.58
 

Platon and M.G., undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.4.6
 

Platon and M.G., undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.4.13
 

Lily Wiley Vallejo and all four girls, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.4.16
 

Lily Vallejo and Maria Felipa, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.4.18
 

Angela, Maria Felipa, Francisca and fourth unidentified girl (Adela?), undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.4.38
 

Angela, Maria Felipa, Francisca and fourth unidentified girl (Adela?), undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.4.39
 

Vallejo girl with unidentified (Adela?), undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.4.40
 

Platon and Lily Vallejo, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.5.9
 

Lily and Maria Felipa, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.5.30
 

Lily and Maria Felipa, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.5.31
 

Lily Vallejo and all four girls, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.5.78
 

Lily, Maria Felipa, Francisca, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#: 2002.1.5.80
 

White, Johnnie, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.4
 

Wiley, Jennie, 1827 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.18; 1.4.27; 1.5.17 [1827]; 1.5.73
 

Willard, Parker, undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.5.62
 

Unidentified, 1871 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Object id#'s: 2002.1.2.15, .32, .36 [1871]; 1.4.11, .30, .49; 1.5.43, .79; 1.7.2