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Fitch Family Papers
MS 305  
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Folder 1-2

Correspondence n.d. 1848-1895

Folder 1

"My Dear Son Henry [Fitch]", - Sara L. Fitch, Charleston August 6, 1848

Folder 2

"Mr. A. J. Grant, My Dear Mr. Grant" n.d.

Folder 2

"Mrs. Joseph C de Fitch", Dear Grand Ma" n.d.

Folder 2

"Dear Grand Ma," (to Mrs. J.C. Fitch)" - Joseph McKinley December 14, 1871

Folder 2

"Para legalizes y ponce en ettado de comenzas un pleyo, y adquisin la posesion del 'Valle de las Palmas' . . ." n.d.

Folder 2

"Josefa C de Fitch, Healdsburg,

Dear Grandma, A I wrote some days since today I was . . . - Jos. McKinley"
March 28, 1888

Folder 2

Mrs. Josefa C de Fitch, Dear Grandma, . . . Jos McKinley" February 13, 1888

Folder 2

"John D. Grant, Esq., My Dear Mr. Grant, . . . Joseph M.Kinley" February 29, 1888

Folder 2

"A Bill was necessary to be passed in the legislature concerning our business. I have got that bill passes in the House and think it will be passed in the Senate. . . ." February 4, 1889

Folder 2

"My Esteemed Lady [Mrs. Anita F. Grant], You may much wonder at a letter from me but the content will be quite as strange. . . . Joseph McKinley" February 18, 1895

Folder 3

Power of Attorney between Josefa Carrillo de Fitch of the County of Sonoma in the State of California, widow of Henry D. Fitch, deceased & Gen'l Mariano G. Vallejo of the same county and state " June 22, 1878

Folder 4

Record of Proceeding instituated by Doña Josefa Carrillo de Fitch & Doña Guadalupe Estudillo de Argüello soliciting the Valle de los Palmas 1845-1846