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Series Description

 

Personal & Business Papers of individual Webers

 

Weber Home Company Papers

 

Other Weber Family Business Papers

 

Weber Family Activities

 

Weber Family Miscellany

 

Michael Brennan Papers

 

Martin Murphy Family Papers

CONTAINER LIST

 

SERIES I: PERSONAL & BUSINESS PAPERS OF INDIVIDUAL FAMILY MEMBERS

 

BOX 1: CAPT. CHARLES D.M. WEBER---EARLY DOCUMENTS

 

1.1.1: 2 Family letters [CW (Le Havre, France) to Philipp Weber, 10-2-1836; Theodore Hilgard (SS Hermann) to CW, 10-1-1850 (photostat)]

 

1.1.2: R.P. Hammond materials, 1849-1855 [incl. rcpt. for survey City of Stockton, 1849; dissolution of partnership w/ CW, 1855]

 

1.1.3: Francis Lightston materials, 1850-1942 [incl. bill of sale for Weber's San Jose store; obit. for Lightston's dau.]

 

1.1.4: Murphy Family Stockton business materials, 1850-1870 [incl tax rcpts, 1850-1870; deeds, 1861; rcpts for labor, 1862-1867

 

1.1.5: Misc. CW business rcpts., 1850-1859 [?] [incl rcpt for passage from New Orleans to California pd by CW for widowed friend; rcpts for household goods, 1850s]

 

1.1.6: Ledger of lot sales in Castoria [French Camp], Sept. 1850

 

1.1.7: Presbyterian Church materials, 1861 [incl. land deed from CW & resolution of thanks from church]

 

1.1.8: CW nursery bills, 1870-1880

 

1.1.9: Reorganized Latterday Saints materials, 1872-1875 [incl. stmt of intention to establish church in Stockton]

 

1.1.10: Farming records, 1879 [incl. deeds, crop lists, profit figures]

 

1.1.11: Weber Estate Papers, 1881-1886

 

1.1.12: CW birthplace & youth background materials [chiefly from German sources]

 

BOX 2: CAPT. CHARLES D.M. WEBER---LAND BUSINESS PAPERS, 1851-1866

 

1.2.1: Stockton Deeds, 1850-1881

 

1.2.2: Land Sales Ledger, 1854; list of properties sold, n.d.

 

1.2.3: François [Frank] Robert papers [CW's agent; incl. San Joaquin County tax rcpts., 1859-1867; other rcpts.]

 

1.2.4: San Joaquin County Delinquent Tax Lists, 1872-74, 1879

 

BOX 3: CAPT. CHARLES D.M. WEBER---SURVEYOR MAPS

 

1.3.1: Walter Herron maps, 1850-1851

 

1.3.2: Jasper S. Whiting maps, 1851-1854

 

1.3.3: George E. Drew maps, 1855-1856

 

1.3.4: Duncan Beaumont maps, 1857-1861

 

1.3.5: George E. Drew maps, 1861-1863

 

1.3.6: W.P. Handy maps, 1863-1864

 

1.3.7: John Wallace maps, 1864-1872

 

1.3.8: Sketch maps of uncertain authorship, n.d.

 

BOX 4: HELEN MURPHY WEBER [wife of Charles D.M. Weber]

 

1.4.1: Memorabilia, 1820-1881 [incl. her mother's Novena, 1820; pocket notebook, 1881]

 

1.4.2: Misc. Business Papers, 1885-1892 [chiefly land sales materials]

 

1.4.3: Misc. Ephemera, 1878-1895 [chiefly invitations]

 

1.4.4: Biographical material [incl. obituaries]

 

BOX 5: CHARLES MARTIN WEBER [aka "C.M. Weber II"]

 

1.5.1: Biographical material, 1886

 

1.5.2: Humboldt Savings & Loan papers, 1874-1906 [chiefly minutes, dividend notices]

 

1.5.3: Misc. Business Corresp., 1891-1896

 

1.5.4: Postcards to CMW II, 1895 [chiefly notices of upcoming meetings of organizations, incl. California Pioneers; SF & San Joaquin Valley RR Co.]

 

1.5.5: Mexican passport of CMW II, 1880

 

1.5.6: Santa Clara County Ranch Papers, 1892-1899 [incl. rcpts.; lists of expenses, supplies & crops]

 

1.5.7: Misc. Stockton Business Papers, 1898-1909 [incl. bank books, 1905-1909; court decisions on Stockton land use, 1898]

 

1.5.8: Courthouse Square Trial Records, 1904-1905

 

1.5.9: Stockton Ephemera, 1874-1890 [chiefly invitations]

 

1.5.10: Non-Stockton Ephemera, 1874-1890 [chiefly invitations]

 

1.5.11: Misc. Papers, 1865-1883 [incl. school notebook, 1865; an address, "Integrity in Public Life" delivered at St. Mary's College, 1872; admission ticket to Stockton Asylum, 1882]

 

1.5.12: Papers of May Sinnot Weber [wife of CMW II], 1892-1894 [chiefly mercantile rcpts.]

 

1.5.13: Estate Papers of CMW II, 1912

 

BOX 6: JULIA HELEN WEBER [2nd child of Charles D.M. Weber]

 

1.6.1: JHW Academy of Notre Dame records, 1865-1872

 

1.6.2: San Joaquin County lands & real property papers, 1879-1907

 

1.6.3: JHW Home records, 1892-1902 [incl. rcpts. for construction]

 

1.6.4: JHW rcpts. for work on various San Joaquin Co. properties, 1891-1893

 

1.6.5: Ephemera---Greeting cards, 1880-?

 

1.6.6: Ephemera---Invitations, 1872-1900

 

1.6.7: Ephemera---Calling Cards, 1872-1900

 

1.6.8: Misc. Correspondence, 1876-1909

 

1.6.9: JHW Estate Papers, 1935-1938

 

BOX 7: THOMAS JEFFERSON WEBER

 

1.7.1: Nursery Bills, 1886-1889

 

1.7.2: Personal Correspondence, 1887

 

1.7.3: Business Correspondence, 1879-1892

 

1.7.4: Business Papers, 1890-1892

 

1.7.5: Social Activities---Invitations to Stockton Events #1, 1872-1892

 

1.7.6: Social Activities---Invitations to Stockton Events #2, 1872-1892

 

1.7.7: Social Activities---Invitations to non-San Joaquin County Events, 1872-1892

 

1.7.8: School Notebooks, 1871

 

1.7.9: Funeral Announcement & Memorial Resolution from Soc. Calif. Pioneers, 1892

 

1.7.10: Obituaries, 1892

 

1.7.11: Estate Papers, 1892

 

BOX 8: HELEN WEBER KENNEDY

 

1.8.1: Deeds, 1915-1938

 

1.8.2: Nursery Catalog Collection Corresp., 1936-1990

 

1.8.3: Personal Corresp., 1956-1982

 

1.8.4: California Historical Society Corresp., 1957-1966

 

1.8.5: "Stockton Day" at "Helen's Oaks," 10-4-59 [chiefly "thank you" letters]

 

1.8.6: San Joaquin Pioneer & Historical Society Corresp., 1937-1971

 

1.8.7: Reminiscences & Memorabilia, n.d.

 

BOX 9: CHARLES MARTIN WEBER JR. [aka "C.M. Weber III"] [consists chiefly of Weber's published writings]

 

1.9.1: The Weber Civic Center Plan, 1930 [5 copies]

 

1.9.2: The Port of Stockton, 1931 [proposals for port construction & support rail service]

 

1.9.3: The Story of the San Joaquin County Courthouse: A Chronology for the Information of the Citizens of San Joaquin County, c1950 [reproduces CMWIII's corresp. On this subject, 1922-1950; copy of typescript]

 

1.9.4: An Approach to a Basin Plan for the Central Valley & San Francisco Bay Region of California, c1953

 

BOX 10: ADOLPH C. WEBER [& FRANCIS X. SPRANGER]

 

1.10.1: Adolph C. Weber Family---New Year's Cards, 1883-1889

 

1.10.2: Adolph C. Weber Family---Calling Cards, AHW

 

1.10.3: Adolph C. Weber Family---Postcard to ACW from children traveling in Germany, 1884

 

1.10.4: Adolph C. Weber Family---Unident. Acct. Bk. in ACW hand, 1867 [from Humboldt Savings & Loan in formative stage?]

 

1.10.5: Adolph C. Weber Family---Elise Ryhiner [niece of ACW] Cookbook, 1858 [gift to ACW on occasion of his marriage to Regina Drenckhahn in SF, 1857]

 

1.10.6: Francis X. Spranger Papers [son in law of ACW]---Miscellany #1

 

a-Diary of travel expenses, SF to Europe via NY, n.d.

 

b-US Passport, 1903

 

c-Masons & Shriners membership cards, Detroit MI, 1899

 

d-Francis X. Spranger MD. "Pathological conditions impairing the singing voice," Detroit Medical Journal (n.d.)

 

1.10.7: Francis X. Spranger Papers [son in law of ACW]---Miscellany #2

 

a-List of registered mail sent to FXS in NYC, 1902-1904

 

b-"Francis X. Spranger, Jr.," in Fred Nash. Faces You Have Saw, 1894

 

c-"Millionaire singer conceals his name," NY Journal (8-29-02)

 

d-Promissory note for $2000 to Mrs. Elise Von Wand, 9-18-07

 

1.10.8: Francis X. Spranger Papers [son in law of ACW]---Box of calling cards

 

1.10.9: Drenckhahn Family [Adolf Weber's wife] Genealogy, 1953

 

BOX 11: GERALD D. KENNEDY

 

1.11.1: Early Miscellany

 

a-Kennedy Bros. Tammworth Swine Farm, Merced CA---herd records, 1911-1913

 

b-Snapshots of GDK, ca1908

 

c-GDK/Helen Weber Kennedy marriage license, 6-16-15

 

1.11.2: World War I

 

a-GDK Naval training record, UC Berkeley, 10-4-18

 

b-GDK application for Veterinary Corps [incl. Vita & 3 letters of recommendation]

 

c-GDK Draft registration card, June 1917

 

d-Miscellany

 

1.11.3: Business Folder

 

a-Misc. Clippings etc. re absorption of GDK's bank, 1st Natl. Bank of Stockton, by American Trust of SF, 1943

 

b-Corresp. From GDK as V-P of American Trust, 1943-1944

 

c-1st Natl. Bank of Stockton Balance Sheets, 1942-1943

 

1.11.1: Obituaries, 1954

 

SERIES II: WEBER HOME COMPANY

 

BOX 1: MISCELLANY,1892-1913

 

2.1.1: Photos & brief biogr., Dave Wolf, Scty. CMW II

 

2.1.2: List of prices on Weber lots, n.d.

 

2.1.3: Acct. Bk. List of conveyances by Weber Home Co., 1904-1913

 

2.1.4: Rents Book, Stockton?, 1897-1902 [mostly Chinese]

 

2.1.5: By-Laws of Weber Home Co., 1901

 

2.1.6: Undated clippings on real estate transfers

 

2.1.7: List of Weber Home Co. Properties w/ assessed valuation & tax on each, 1906

 

2.1.8: Misc. Notes, Abstracts, 1894-1909

 

BOX 2: DAY BOOKS; RECEIPT REGISTERS, 1881-1912

 

2.2.1: Real estate transfers, 1881-1884

 

2.2.2: Diary of SF properties incl. Rents, 1890-1902

 

2.2.3: L. Grothwell Rent Rcpts., 1897-1905

 

2.2.4: Daily Journal, 1900-1902

 

2.2.5: Real Estate Contracts w/ Index, 1902-1903

 

2.2.6: Day Book rental accts., 1908-1912

 

2.2.7: Other

 

BOX 3: L. GROTHWELL LEDGERS, c1895 [2 vols. provide alphabetical listing of San Joaquin Co. Property Owners]

 

BOX 4: L. GROTHWELL LEDGERS, 1898-1904 [3 vols.]

 

BOX 5: L. GROTHWELL CONVERTING TO WEBER HOME CO., 1900-1906 [2 vols.]

 

BOX 6: WEBER HOME CO., 1898-1912

 

2.6.1: Invoices, 1898-1904

 

2.6.2: Articles of Incorp.; Minutes; Corresp.; Clippings, 1901-1909

 

2.6.3: Rents, 1904 [incl. Owner/Tenant index]

 

2.6.4: Check Register, 1911-1912

 

2.6.5: Account Cards, 1906-1911

 

2.6.6: Misc. Real Estate Flyers, 1886-c1905

 

2.6.7: Minutes, 1921-1923

 

BOX 7: WEBER HOME CO.---INSURANCE PAPERS

 

2.7.1: German American Insurance Co. Policy Register, 1892-1903

 

2.7.2: German American Insurance Co. Policy Register, 1898-1904

 

2.7.3: Policy & Expiration Register, 1900-1906

 

2.7.4: Raymonda Trial Balance Ledger, 1901-1904

 

2.7.5: German Alliance Insurance Co. Policy Register, 1907-1910

 

SERIES III: OTHER WEBER FAMILY BUSINESSES

 

BOX 1: STOCKTON TERRA COTTA, 1891-1899

 

3.1.1: Correspondence, 1893-1895

 

3.1.2: Correspondence, 1895-1898

 

3.1.3: Business Papers, 1894-1896

 

a-Balance Sheets, 1894

 

b-Stock Subscribers' Rcpt. Bk., n.d.

 

c-Rcpt. Bk., 1896

 

BOX 2: SF BULLETIN DISTRIBUTORSHIP, 1902-1904

 

3.2.1: Contract for route, 1902

 

3.2.2: Order Book, 1902-1903

 

3.2.3: Day Book, 1903-1904

 

3.2.4: Ledger, 1903-1904

 

BOX 3: WEBER RANCH, 1901-1906

 

3.3.1: Accts. Bk., 1901-1906

 

3.3.2: Ranch Acct., San Joaquin Valley Bank, 1905-1906

 

3.3.3: Notes, 1898-1904

 

3.3.4: Misc. Receipts, 1891-1904

 

3.3.5: Misc. Receipts & Corresp. Relating to Chinese, 1894-1901

 

3.3.6: Corresp. Re Debt of M. Furravanti, 1896

 

3.3.7: Acct. Bk. Pages, 1892-1904

 

3.3.8: Farm Diary Pages, 1896-1900 [esp. records on horses]

 

3.3.9: Acct. Bk., 1891-1895

 

3.3.10: Acct. Bk., 1893-1898; 1899-1902 [rents of farm & city properties]

 

3.3.11: Acct. Bk., 1895-1896

 

3.3.12: "Ledger," 1896-1902 [receipts & expenses]

 

3.3.13: Acct. Bk., 1896-1901

 

3.3.14: "Journal," 1899-1900 [labor expense record]

 

3.3.15: Book of Check Stubs, 1908-1909

 

3.3.16: "The Farmer's Business Records," 1915, 1918-1919

 

3.3.17: Acct. Bk., n.d. [contains 1 entry only]

 

BOX 4: STOCKTON PAVILION CO. [ice rink], 1906-1907

 

3.4.1: Lease papers of City lots to Co., 1906

 

3.4.2: Bk. of Co. Stock Certificates, 1906-1907

 

3.4.3: Bk. Of Bills, Receipts, Payroll, 1906-1907

 

3.4.4: Daily Statements, 1906-1907

 

BOX 5: GOLD MINING VENTURES, 1902-1912

 

3.5.1: Union Gold Development Co., 1903 [incl. shareholder list, minutes, certificates]

 

3.5.2: Rawhide Chief Gold Mining Co., 1903 [incl. by-laws, certificates]

 

3.5.3: New York Bond & Trust Certificates, 1902-1903

 

3.5.4: Fimerell Quartz Mine Tax Receipt, 1906

 

3.5.5: Otter Bar Placer Co., 1910-1912 [incl. By-laws, ledger, corresp., certificates]

 

SERIES IV: WEBER FAMILY ACTIVITIES

 

BOX 1: WEBER "PRESENCE" IN SJ CO. LAND OWNERSHIP

 

4.1.1: Courthouse Square Land Ownership Controversy, 1885

 

4.1.2: City Hall/Courthouse Square Trial, 1904

 

4.1.3: SF & SJ Valley RR, 1895

 

4.1.4: Other Weber Stockton Properties, 1891-1970

 

4.1.5: Capt. Weber Portrait, 1939

 

4.1.6: Clippings re Weber Family & SJ Co. History, 1868-1984

 

4.1.7: Inez Henderson Pond articles on Weber & Stockton History, 1930s

 

4.1.8: Misc. 20th c. Weber Items

 

a-Mormon Slough Diverting Canal, 1912

 

b-Cattle Brand Registration, 1953

 

c-Cattle Brand Design

 

d-List of Trees Removed at Julia Weber Home on West Lane, 1964

 

BOX 2: SPORTS & RECREATION

 

4.2.1: SJ Co. Sports Programs Miscellany

 

4.2.2: Baseball Programs #1, 1887 & n.d.

 

4.2.3: Baseball Programs #2, 1889-1900

 

4.2.4: Horse Racing Programs, 1891-1899

 

4.2.5: Dog Racing, 1898-1899

 

4.2.6: Bicycle Race Programs, 1891

 

4.2.7: Non-SJ Co. Sporting Events, 1891-1901 [chiefly Bay Area]

 

BOX 3: THEATRE & CONCERTS

 

4.3.1: Stockton Concert Programs & Tickets, 1883-1907

 

4.3.2: Stockton Operatic Concerts, 1885

 

4.3.3: Stockton Minstrel Shows, 1880

 

4.3.4: Avon Theatre [Stockton] Programs, 1884-1891

 

4.3.5: Stockton Theatre Programs, 1872-1882

 

4.3.6: Yosemite Theatre [Stockton] Programs, 1900-1908

 

4.3.7: San Francisco Concerts, 1871-1872

 

4.3.8: San Francisco Operetta Concerts, n.d. [c1880s]

 

4.3.9: Baldwin Theatre [SF] Programs, 1879-1887

 

4.3.10: Bush Street Theatre [SF] Programs, 1880

 

4.3.11: California Street Theatre [SF] Programs, 1869-1879

 

4.3.12: Other San Francisco Theatre Programs, 1875-1900

 

4.3.13: Unidentified Theatre Programs, chiefly 1875

 

4.3.14: Theatre Programs from San Jose & Livermore, 1865-1883

 

4.3.15: New York City Theatre Programs, n.d. [c1880s]

 

BOX 4: CATHOLIC ORGANIZATIONS & SCHOOLS MISCELLANY, 1865-1909

 

4.4.1: Admission Cards for Commencements & Other Functions, 1876-1887 [incl. St. Mary's College, SF & Oakland; St. Catherine's Convent, Benicia; College of Notre Dame, San Jose]

 

4.4.2: CLAS Officers' Calling Cards

 

4.4.3: Commencement Invitations, 1873-1902 [incl. St. Ignatius College; College of Notre Dame, San Jose; St. Mary's College; Dominican College, San Rafael]

 

4.4.4: Ladies' Fair Raffle Tickets, 1874-1889

 

4.4.5: Stockton CLAS Programs, 1898-1905

 

4.4.6: St. Joseph Home [San Jose] Fair Program, 1899

 

4.4.7: Stockton Catholic School Commencement Programs, 1877-1905

 

a-St. Agnes' Academy, 1877-1905

 

b-St. Joseph's School, 1900-1903

 

c-St. Mary's College, 1885-1904

 

4.4.8: Catholic Schools in Other California Cities Miscellany, 1865-1909 [chiefly commencement & theatrical programs]

 

a-St. Mary's College, Oakland, 1872; 1909

 

b-College of Notre Dame, San Jose, 1865; 1882; 1907

 

c-Santa Clara College, San Jose, 1865; 1870; 1903

 

4.4.9: Other Items [incl. St. Mary's Cathedral, SF Dedication, 1890]

 

BOX 5: STOCKTON CALLING CARDS; INVITATIONS, etc., 1871-1897

 

4.5.1: Misc. Invitations

 

4.5.2: Misc. Admission Tickets

 

a-Weber Hose Co., 1871

 

b-Ancient Order of Hibernians, 1874

 

c-Stockton Guard, 1877

 

d-Stockton High School Commencement, 1881

 

e-Stockton Amateur Band, 1885

 

f-Young Men's Institute, 1885

 

g-Ladies' Aid Society, 1891

 

h-Stockton Camera Club Lantern Slide Exhibit, 1894

 

i-Native Daughters of Golden West, 1901

 

j-Club Gaieté, n.d.

 

4.5.3: Calling Cards

 

4.5.4: Wedding & Other Invitations, 1874-1899

 

4.5.5: Fraternal Order Calling Cards

 

4.5.6: Dance Programs, 1873-1897

 

BOX 6: NON-SJ CO. CALLING CARDS, INVITATIONS, etc. [chiefly SF, San Jose & Livermore]

 

4.6.1: Calling Cards

 

4.6.2: Advertising Card Miscellany

 

4.6.3: Murphy Family Cards

 

4.6.4: Business Cards

 

4.6.5: "At Home" Cards

 

4.6.6: Illus. Greeting Card Miscellany

 

4.6.7: Fraternal Calling Cards

 

4.6.8: Native Sons of the Golden West Calling Cards [incl. Sacramento; SF; San Jose]

 

4.6.9: Unaddressed Invitations [incl. Mills College Commencements, 1887 & 1888; wedding of Adolph H. Weber, 1890]

 

4.6.10: New Year's Cards, 1876-1880

 

SERIES V: WEBER FAMILY MISCELLANY

 

BOX 1: MISC. ADS, NOTES, SKETCHES, etc.

 

5.1.1: Advertising cards & Product Labels, 1879-1910 [36 items; chiefly San Francisco or east coast producers of household goods]

 

5.1.2: Unidentified Images cut from advertisements [38 items]

 

5.1.3: Large Advertisements, 1880-1910 [8 items]

 

5.1.4: Misc. Advertisements, 1888-1903 [10 items]

 

5.1.5: Advertising Postcards, 1895-1896 [10 items; chiefly San Francisco or east coast producers of household goods]

 

5.1.6: Misc. Advertisements, 1880s [4 items; chiefly San Francisco or east coast producers of household goods]

 

5.1.7: San Joaquin County Advertisements, 1873-1900 [42 items incl. 9 political ads]

 

5.1.8: Patterns & Sewing Supplies [5 items]

 

5.1.9: Fashion Catalogs, 1878-1910 [2 items]

 

5.1.10: Greeting Cards, 1880-1910 [5 items]

 

5.1.11: Funeral Cards & Obituaries, 1878-1901 [8 items; chiefly Stockton, all California]

 

5.1.12: Misc. Newspaper Clippings, 1860-1905 [26 items; half are California topics]

 

5.1.13: Clippings Found in Mattison's High School Astronomy, 1873-1947 [12 items; half are on astronomy]

 

5.1.14: Misc. Children's Ephemera, 1868-before 1900 [6 items; incl. maps, riddles, botantical sketches, etc.]

 

5.1.15: Scraps Found in School Books, n.d. [15 items; incl. sketches, trigonometry problems, scraps, greeting cards, etc.]

 

5.1.16: Unused stationery & checks [4 items]

 

5.1.17: Unidentified Business Notes & Papers, 1867-1927 [9 items; incl. affidavit, acct. bk. entries, tax assessment of Chas. Geoghan (1927), etc.]

 

BOX 2: MISCELLANEOUS UNIDENTIFIED ALBUMS, LEDGERS, etc.

 

5.2.1: Photo Album containing images of 3 young men [2 Stockton, 1 San Jose] [pale green, padded velvet]

 

5.2.2: Leather book jacket [?] signed "Charles M. Weber"

 

5.2.3: Copy Book, 1877 [unused excpt. p. 1, incl. "San Jose, Calif./Charles Weber"]

 

5.2.4: Empty boards from children's book: "Childhood's Happy Days"

 

5.2.5: "The Oriental Tablet" [for tracing indelible designs]

 

BOX 3: RALPH O. YARDLEY "BYGONES" [cartoons on local history topics publ. In Stockton Record, c1930-1960]

 

BOX 4: MAPS

 

5.4.1: "Bird's-eye View of Stockton," c1885 [7"x10"; printed]

 

5.4.2: "Bird's-eye View of Stockton," c1890 [24"x38"; printed; poor condition]

 

5.4.3: Northern Addition to Stockton, Maps A & B, c1905 [printed]

 

5.4.4: Mormon Slough Area of Stockton, n.d. [after 1870] [18"x42"; hand drawn on canvas]

 

5.4.5: San Joaquin Valley, c1870 [3"x7"; printed on canvas; clipped from a larger map]

 

5.4.6: "City Map," [Stockton], c1860 [hand drawn on canvas; shows lot subdivisions; some property owners named]

 

5.4.7: Mormon Channel area of Stockton, n.d. [hand drawn on silk; lots numbered]

 

5.4.8: Weber Point & Environs, Stockton, n.d. [hand drawn; heavy paper on silk; poor condition]

 

5.4.9: Stockton Channel area, Stockton, n.d. Hand drawn; heavy paper; property owners along channel ident.; poor condition (in pieces)]

 

5.4.10: "From the Official Map of the City of Stockton," 1901 [paper on black silk; areas north of Rose St. & south of Mormon Channel marked in red]

 

5.4.11: El Rancho del Campo de los Franceses, c1860 [hand drawn in red & black inks on silk; property owners named]

 

5.4.12: Auction map Weber Estate Sale, 5-29-1886

 

5.4.13: H.P. Handy. Index Map of San Joaquin County, 1862 [printed on canvas; shows property owners, supervisorial district boundaries; rolled loose on maps shelf]

 

BOX 5: OVERSIZE ITEMS

 

5.5.1: "The War Record of Capt. Charles M. Weber," The Pioneer [San Jose] (3-6-80)

 

5.5.2: "The History of California," The Pioneer [San Jose] (7-4-80)

 

5.5.3: Osborn & Alexander, SF. Pruning Implements, Season 1888 [illus. flyer]

 

5.5.4: "Clark's Hay Elevator & Carrier," n.d. [illus. flyer]

 

5.5.5: Bill of Sale for Rancho del Campo de los Franceses, William Gulnac to CMW, 4-3-45 [photostat; 5 pp]

 

5.5.6: Papers relating to CMW title to Rancho del Campo de los Franceses under US rule, 1851-1861 [3 items; incl. deed & proclamation from Pres. Lincoln granting Weber title, 3-18-61]

 

5.5.7: CMW's Bavarian passport, 1836

 

5.5.8: CMWII/Grace May Sinott marriage certificate, 11-21-86

 

BOX 6: OVERSIZE ARTWORK & DIPLOMAS

 

5.6.1: Printed Portraits [2 items: William Smith O'Brien (Irish patriot); John C. Fremont]

 

5.6.2: California in the 1850's. SF: John Howell, 1935 [50 reprints of engravings of California towns made during 1850s]

 

5.6.3: Pencil Drawings by Julia Weber [23 items; chiefly European landscapes]

 

5.6.4: Master Plan of "Helen's Oaks," West Lane, Stockton, 1939 [6 architect's blueprints]

 

5.6.5: Other Plans of "Helen's Oaks," West Lane, Stockton, 1939-1952 [7 items; incl. plot plan, additions to house, feed barn, kitchen]

 

5.6.6: Family Diplomas [5 items; incl. CMWII, St. Mary's College (1872); Helen Weber Kennedy, UC Berkeley (1912)]

 

5.6.7: Certificate of Julia Weber attendance at Panama Pacific Exposition, 1915

 

5.6.8: Stockton Club constitution, n.d. [handwritten]

 

BOX 7: ADOLPH C. WEBER ENGINEERING DRAWINGS, 1834-1848 [executed while ACW a student at Polytechnic College, Munich]

 

5.7.1: Drawings of bridges [9 sheets; 15"x20"]

 

5.7.2: Unident. drawings & texts [2 sheets; 9"x14"]

 

5.7.3: Architectural drawing [9"x14"]

 

5.7.4: Map of Ingolstadt region [pencil on tracing paper]

 

5.7.5: Drawing of Archimedes' water screw [color, 18"x22"]

 

5.7.6: Home of General Major Von Heideck: architectural drawing of ground floor [color, 15"x21"]

 

5.7.7: Stephenson locomotive: vertical cross-section [color, 22"x23"]

 

SERIES VI: MICHAEL BRENNAN PAPERS [An Stockton stonecutter (1878-1900) of Irish origin, Brennan cut the Weber family crypt in the Stockton Rural Cemetery; Julia Weber was Executrix of his estate]

 

BOX 1: MICHAEL BRENNAN BUSINESS PAPERS, 1882-1901

 

6.1.1: Business Papers, 1882 [4 items; incl. 2 letters]

 

6.1.2: Business Papers, 1884 [7 items; incl. 2 letters, rcpts., notes for monuments]

 

6.1.3: Business Papers, 1885 [11 items; incl. 8 letters]

 

6.1.4: Business Papers, 1886 [14 items; incl. 8 letters, rcpts.]

 

6.1.5: Business Papers, 1887 [3 items; incl. 2 letters, rcpt.]

 

6.1.6: Business Papers, 1888 [1 letter]

 

6.1.7: Business Papers, 1891 [3 items; incl. 2 letters, rcpt.]

 

6.1.8: Business Papers, 1892 [5 items; incl. 4 rcpts.]

 

6.1.9: Business Papers, 1893 [5 items; incl. 3 letters, rcpt.]

 

6.1.10: Business Papers, 1894 [11 items; incl. 10 rcpts., note]

 

6.1.11: Business Papers, 1895 [32 items; incl. 11 letters, 21 rcpts.]

 

6.1.12: Business Papers, 1896#1 [20 items; incl. 8 letters, 11 rcpts.]

 

6.1.13: Business Papers, 1896#2 [22 items; incl. 11 letters, 5 rcpts., price list from Vermont Marble Co.]

 

6.1.14: Business Papers, 1896#3 [19 items; incl. 1 letter, 18 rcpts.]

 

6.1.15: Business Papers, 1897 [31 items; incl. 6 letters, 20 rcpts., notes]

 

6.1.16: Business Papers, 1898#1 [24 items; incl. 9 letters, 10 rcpts., 3 price lists]

 

6.1.17: Business Papers, 1898#2 [27 items; incl. 12 letters, City of Stockton sample ballot, price lists & adv. flyers from Townsend & Townsend, NYC]

 

6.1.18: Business Papers, 1898#3 [49 items; incl. 11 letters, 31 rcpts.]

 

6.1.19: Business Papers, 1899 [24 items; incl.15 rcpts., 3 tax bills, 2 letters]

 

6.1.20: Business Papers, 1900 [26 items; incl. 6 letters, 14 rcpts.]

 

6.1.21: Business Papers, 1901 [30 items; incl. 26 adv. flyers & related materials, 3 letters]

 

6.1.22: Papers relating to work on Weber Family Vault, 1893-1899 [49 items; work not described]

 

6.1.23: Notebooks, 1891-1899 [2 items]

 

BOX 2: MICHAEL BRENNAN NOTES; PERSONAL PAPERS, 1874-1900

 

6.2.1: US Citizenship Certificate, 1874

 

6.2.2: Notes regarding monuments & inscriptions, 1882-1896 [41 items, chiefly pencil on scraps; incl. names of clients]

 

6.2.3: Railroad & drayage rcpts., 1880-1899 [22 items]

 

6.2.4: Wells Fargo rcpts., 1884-1900 [45 items]

 

6.2.5: Steamboat rcpts., 1884-1900 [26 items; many steamers named, incl. Mary Garratt, T.C. Walker, Capt. Weber, J.D. Peters, City of Stockton, Dauntless]]

 

6.2.6: Loan notes & rcpts., 1889-1897 [20 items]

 

6.2.7: Stockton Savings & Loan Acct. Bk. & 10 checks, n.d.

 

6.2.8: Insurance papers, 1892-1900

 

6.2.9: Real estate papers, 1894-1900 [incl. deeds, property tax rcpts., plats, purchase agmt. on farm east of Stockton]

 

6.2.10: Misc. Contracts, Receipts, Farm Accounts, 1888-1900 [7 items; incl. calculations of property & farm income]

 

6.2.11: Misc. Business Cards, Advertisements, etc. [c30 items]

 

6.2.12: Misc. Handwritten Sketches, Calculations [5 items]

 

6.2.13: Deeds & Mortgages [6 items; all pertain to Stockton city lots]

 

6.2.14: Matters pertaining to Brennan Estate [14 items; incl. 4 letters, 4 bills, 3 rcpts.]

 

BOX 3: MICHAEL BRENNAN ACCOUNT BOOKS; TIME BOOKS; NOTEBOOKS

 

6.3.1: Monument order form book

 

6.3.2: Account Books, 1885-1900 [4 items]

 

6.3.3: Time Books, 1891-1900 [9 items]

 

6.3.4: Notebooks, 1892-1900 [20 items]

 

6.3.5: Farmers' & Merchants' Bank Check Book, 1893

 

6.3.6: Rent rcpt. blanks, 1900

 

6.3.7: Rcpt. blanks, 1900

 

6.3.8: Stockton Savings & Loan Acct. Bk., 1891

 

BOX 4: MICHAEL BRENNAN EARLY ACCOUNT BOOKS; MONUMENT ORDERS

 

6.4.1: Acct. Bks., 1878-1887 [4 items]

 

6.4.2: Monument Orders, 1897-1900

 

SERIES VII: MARTIN MURPHY FAMILY OF SAN JOSE [Martin Murphy was the father of Helen Murphy Weber; papers in this series are unsorted]

 

BOX 1: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS; MEMORABILIA [incl. clippings, genealogy notes, photographs]

 

BOX 2: R. R. STUART's NOTES FOR BOOK ON MURPHY FAMILY