The collection contains business ledgers and records for the Junipero Land and Water Company from March 1, 1887 to January
Charles J. Fox was born in Massachusetts in 1835. He came to San Diego in 1868, already a highly respected civil engineer.
Within three years, he helped lay out the new town of San Diego. He was also engaged by Texas Pacific and other railway surveys
to locate suitable passages through the Southern California mountains. He organized the Junipero Land and Water Company in
1887, and remained president of the company till his death in 1898.
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