Collection includes three items: DURHAM LAND COLONY, BUTTE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA; A HISTORY OF THE STATE LAND SETTLEMENT AT DURHAM
1917-1931, compiled by Adriana Farley and Marilyn Corley and published in 1996; STANFORD RANCH DURHAM, BUTTE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
by Adriana Farley, 2001; and a photocopy of THE MEMOIRS OF JAMES FLORENT VAN LOBEL SELS 1882-1977, with a few photocopied
clippings on van Loben Sels, 1915-1917.
Vina Ranch in Butte County was one of the properties owned by Leland and Jane Stanford that was part of the original endowment
of Stanford University. In addition to fruits and wines, the ranch also raised cattle and sheep. James Florent van Lobel Sels
was the ranch manager 1912-1917.
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