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BOX 1: FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE (1836-1869)
BOX 2: FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE (1870-1879). Includes 17 letters from Hannah (Sturdevant Hammond) Geffroy (Delia Locke's sister) to Delia Locke written mostly from Delano, Bakersfield, Sand Creek, Visalia, Brooklyn, East Oakland, and Abington (Mass.). Circa 1879. Also Thomas Bush Geffroy reminiscences of California around 1850.
BOX 2b: N. HOWARD LOCKE CORRESPONDENCE (1877-1883)
BOX 3: N. HOWARD LOCKE CORRESPONDENCE (1880-1889)
BOX 4: N. HOWARD LOCKE CORRESPONDENCE (1890-1900)
BOX 5: D.J.LOCKE PAPERS (1843-1858)
5.1: Biographical data (1843-1848)
5.2: Physicians' Logs (1855-1865)
5.3: Diaries & Accounts (1843-1858)
BOX 6: D.J.LOCKE PAPERS---DIARIES (1858-1876)
BOX 8: DELIA HAMMOND LOCKE PAPERS (1875-1895)
8.1: Journals, v7-8 (1875-1884)
8.2: Misc. Accts. (1889-1895)
8.3: Misc. Logs (1867-1885)
BOX 9: DELIA HAMMOND LOCKE PAPERS---JOURNALS v9-11 (1885-1902)
BOX 10: DELIA HAMMOND LOCKE PAPERS---JOURNAL v11 (1898-1902) [photocopy]
BOX 11: DELIA HAMMOND LOCKE PAPERS---JOURNALS, v12-13 (11/02-9/11)
BOX 12: DELIA HAMMOND LOCKE PAPERS
12.1: Journals, v14-15 (10/11-3/18)
12.2: Photocpied indices
12.3: Diaries (1922-1923)
BOX 13: THERESA LOCKE THORP PAPERS (1894-1905)
13.1: Journals (1894, 1899-1905)
13.2: Highland School Scty. Notebook (1897)
BOX 14: LOCKE RANCH RECORDS
BOX 15: LOCKE RANCH RECORDS #2
BOX 16: LOCKE & CO. MERCANTILE RECORDS #1
BOX 17: LOCKE & CO. MERCANTILE RECORDS #2
BOX 18: LOCKE & CO. MERCANTILE RECORDS #3
BOX 19: LOCKE & CO. MERCANTILE RECORDS #4
BOX 20 [oversize]: LOCKEFORD SCHOOL PAPERS
BOX 21: LOCKEFORD SCHOOL PAPERS #2
BOX 22: LOCKEFORD 1ST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS
BOX 23: LOCKEFORD MISCELLANY
23.1: Mokelumne River Navigation Co. Records (1862)
23.2: Lockeford Union League Records (1863-1868)
23.3: Lockeford Bridge Co. Records
BOX 24: LOCKEFORD MISCELLANY #2
24.1: Mokelumne River Ladies' Sewing Circle Record Book (1857-1893)
24.2: Mokelumne River Ladies' Sewing Circle By-Laws
24.3: Mokelumne River Ladies' Sewing Circle Correspondence
24.4: Mutual Protective Society Ledger & Financial Secretary (1867)
24.5: Union League Correspondence (1864)
24.6: Union League Grand Council Communications (1863-1864)
24.7: Union Protective Society Minute Book (1867-1869)
24.8: Union Protective Society Miscellany (1867)
24.9: Staples School House
24.10: Christmas Tree Festival Corresp. (1858)
BOX 25: EPHEMERA
25.1-"The A.T. Cross Stylographic Pen," n.d. [illus. adv. flyer]
25.2-"Report of a pupil in the State Normal School for the two weeks ending ......, 187..." 
25.3-J.J. Schaumburg. God's Finger of Prophecy pointing to the landscape of last-day conditions, n.d. [c 1890]
25.4-E. Butterick & Co. Ladies' Bathing Costume, n.d. [c1890]
25.5-Herrick Johnson. Should Prohibition be made a political issue?,1886.
25.6-Thomas A. Edison, Inc. Information & directions for setting up or renewing Edison Primary Cells, n.d. [c1890]
25.7-Kimball-Upson & Co., Sacramento CA. Automobile Record Book, 1916.
25.8-Keep the World War won: Meter-Liter-Gram in World Trade & World War, n.d.
25.9-Weinstock, Lubin & Co., Sacramento CA. You save on these specially priced shoes," n.d. [c1905] [illus. flyer]
25.10-Hannah Holden's Lifetime Membership Certificate for her $20 donation to the American Tract Society, 1853.
25.11-Dean J. Locke's Massachusetts passport, 1849
25.12-"H.G. Demangeot," n.d. [wooden & rubber handstamp]
25.13-Eunice Locke's herbarium, 1882. [pressed flowers]
25.14-Holden Drug Co., Stockton, film mailing wrappers  & env.
25.15-California Navigation & Improvement Co. shipping recpts. book, 1890s.
25.16-Stockton Evening Mail. The Mail's Pictorial Annual for 1887.
25.17-Personality Magazine 6:12 (Dec. 1915).
25.18-Ludington Novelty Co. Rules for playing Crokinole, n.d.
25.19-Env. addressed to "His Excellency Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States of America...,"
25.20-Hymns new & old, for sale by the American Tract Society, c1887. [illus. adv. brochure]
25.21-Specimen pages of "The Joy Bells of Heaven", c1886. [illus. adv. brochure for hymnal]
25.22-God's Service Flag, n.d. [bible verse on card]
25.23-Official Score Card: Season of 1885 [baseball scorecard from Boston-New York game w/ clipping]
25.24-California Federation of Women's Club. Program: 14th Annual Convention, Alameda District. Berkeley, 1915.
25.25-Do. Program: 15th Annual Convention, Alameda District. Lodi, 1916.
25.26-Orcherade is bottled by Lodi Soda Works..., n.d. [adv. flyer]
25.27-"Admit one to lecture by Rev. S.C. Patterson at Locke's Hall, Lockeford, Cal. [ticket]
25.28-"Stage door, private" [paper cut-out]
25.29-"The Blessed Eucharist is the greatest work..." [Xmas card]
25.30-Ryde's Cream Calf Meal, Chicago. Percy & the calf, by Bill [illus. adv. flyer]
25.31-"This heart has healing powers" [leather heart]
25.32-"Birthday greeting, Robert Zimmerman, 1887-1904"
25.33-baby's bootie [yellow w/ lt. blue stitching]
25.34-My mother-in-law & my whole family take Hood's Sarsaparilla, n.d. [c1885] [inscr. "Miss Theresa Locke"]
25.35-Valentine card [inscr. "Gertrude from Naomi, Feb. 14, 1910"]
25.36-Bartholomew's Primary School Drawing Cards, 1874. 
25.37-"Mr. D.M. Locke in account w/ W.C. Dema fine groceries..." [unused acct. bk.]
25.38-World War I bread & sugar voucher for US troops in France
25.39-Unidentified hand-drawn map of sectioned land by a river
25.40-Monarch Pump Co., SF [business card]
25.41-Maguire & Shotton, Albany NY. The Albany Volt & Ammeters [adv. blotter]
BOX 26: MISC. PAPERS: HORACE LOCKE, M.D.; DEMANGEOT & THORP FAMILIES
26.1-Road Law: Comprising all acts concerning roads in San Joaquin County. Stockton: Independent Office, 1868.
26.2-Report of District School Trustees, Lockeford District, 1873.
26.3-Constitution & By-Laws of Lockeford Civic Center, 1914. 
26.4-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: 3 practice penmanship schoolbooks, 1876
26.5-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: Stencil of Dr. Locke's name [cardboard]
26.6-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: Urinalysis forms, unused 
26.7-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers:"Statement of Account" forms, unused 
26.8-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: printed billing envelopes 
26.9-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: Env. addressed to Dr. HML from Masschusetts State Almshouse, 1886
26.10-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers:"Ayer's Cathartic Pills," 1883. [color litho from pill box]
26.11-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: New York Pharmacal Assn. Lactopeptine Elixir w/ gentian & chlor. of iron, n.d.
26.12-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: Hawley syringe, latest and best, n.d. [adv. flyer]
26.13-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: I.B. Seeley & Co., Philadelphia. Form letter advertising 1887 catalog of trusses.
26.14-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: Caswell, Massey & Co. 1885 price list.
26.15-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: Lindstrom Smith Co., Chicago. White Cross Electric Vibrator: Directions for treatment, 1916.
26.16-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: The Centaur Almanac & Cookbook, 1886.
26.17-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: Harold A. Hayes. Examination for asthma or hay-fever, n.d. [adv. flyer]
26.18-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: John Buchanan, M.D. & R.R. Russell, M.D., New York. Important to physicians, n.d. [adv. flyer for Ozone Paste treatment for cancer]
26.19-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: Presley Blakiston, Philadelphia. Catalogue no. 3: Classified list of medical, dental & scientific books, n.d.
26.20-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: John Wyeth & Brother. To Physicians, 1878. [adv. flyer for Beef, Wine & Iron tonic]
26.21-Horace M. Locke, M.D., Mokelumne Hill, Cal. Papers: George A. Smith & Co., Boston. Hartnack Microscopes, n.d.
26.22-Lockeford Congregational Church Papers: Lockeford Congregational Church. Sunday School account book, 1910.
26.23-Lockeford Congregational Church Papers:"Personal Account of `Christian Soldiers' of Congregational Sunday School...," 1910.
26.24-Lockeford Congregational Church Papers:"Band of Hope" Minutes, 1881-88.
26.25-Demangeot Family Papers: Hannah Locke Demangeot
a-US Treas. Dept. War Risk Insurance certif. for H.C. Demangeot, 1917 [incl. env.]
b-Doctor bill, 1919
c-Corresp. re War Risk Insurance on H.C. Demangeot, 1919 [4 items & env.]
26.26-Demangeot Family Papers: H. Celeste Demangeot
a-John C. Demangeot dedication "To my son, H. Celeste Demangeot, April 19, 1906"
b-HCD Letter of Promotion to 6th grade, 1909
c-Certificate of Promotion to Senior Dept., Lockeford Congregational Church Sabbath School, 1914
d-Letter to HCD from "Alma" from Hawaii, 1915 [incl. photo & env.]
e-Subscription letter from Radio Bulletin, 1917
g-Doctor bill, 1919
26.27-Demangeot Family Papers: Horace C. Demangeot
a-Business correspondence (1913-1919) [15 items]
b-Membership Certificate, American School of Correspondence, 1914
c-Acct. bk. for misc. supplies, 1915-16
d-Examination Certificate from American School of Correspondence in Mechanical Drawing, 1916
e-Acct. bk. for "cost of telephone & wireless," 1916-17, (20)
f-US Army Notice to Appear for Physical Exam, 1917
g-Insurance policies, 1917 , 1919
h-Bill from Travel Club of America, 1918
i-Union Safe Deposit Bank wallet & passbook [3 items]
j-Bills from Electric & Machine Equipment Co., 1919/20 [20 items]
k-"H.C. Demangeot to D.M. Locke," n.d. [bill for tools]
l-Promissory Note to W.P. Moore, 1919
m-War Risk Insurance form
n-Class E Leave form, Allied Expeditionary Force, France, May 1919
o-Farmer's Pocket Ledger
p-Bank Stmt. w/ checks, Lompoc Valley Bank [14 items]
26.28-James Thorp, Agent, Firemen's Insurance Co., French Camp Papers: Forms, envelopes, rate book, policy book, etc., c1912
26.29-Other Papers: Woman Suffrage
a-Lila Day Monroe. The Gee-Gee's Mother Goose, 1902.
b-Hon. Henry W. Blair, New Hampshire. Woman Suffrage: Speech of ... in the Senate of the United States, Dec. 8, 1886. [incl. env. w/ pencil notes criticizing speech]
26.30-Other Papers: World War I pornographic poetry & sketches [N.B. THIS SEXUALLY EXPLICIT MATERIAL MAY BE OFFENSIVE TO MANY PERSONS]
a-"Your application for an armistice has been received..."
b-"A bride's first night"
c-"Here the thunder of the guns..."
d-"The rookie cry" and other poems on YMCA stationery [11 items]
e-"Lost, one brown horse..."
f-"The stenographer's confession" [5 l.]
26.31-Other Papers: Unidentified corresp., c1915 [3 items]
26.32-Other Papers: Unidentified diary of young boy, 1916
BOX 27: OVERSIZE MATERIALS [boxed on oversize shelves]
27.1-Lodi & Lockeford Congregational Churches, etc.:16 blueprints
a-Detail of overhead construction req. to install rolling wood partitions in Lodi Congregational Church, 1915
b-Rolling wood partitions for Lodi Congregational Church, 1915
c-Do., Lockeford Congregational Church, 1916
d-Detail, Do., 1916
e-Partial plan, unident. city [Lockeford?] by R.P. Barbour
f-South end of unident. dwelling
g-Ralph Parker. Floor plan of unident. dwelling
h-Do. Front & rear elevations of unident. dwelling
i-"Floor plan of bungalow to be constructed by J.D. Parker"
j-R. Parker, Lockeford. Foundation plan
k-Plans for unident. cabinetry
l-Plans for unident. doors, gables, cornices, porch
m-The Ballard Plannery Architects, Spokane. "C 704" [4 drawings incl. elevations & floor plans]
27.2-Photo of William Willard Locke [in map case]
27.3-Panoramic photograph of Panama-Pacific Exposition, 1915 w/ photograph of E.K. Wood Lumber Co. exhibit at said Expo [in map case]
27.4-"C.H. Ward, General Agent, SF" [Firemen's Insurance Agent's Acct. Bk. of J.E. Thorp; contains record of policies sold to Castoria Grange for Grange Hall, French Camp & to W.H. Smith for hay in barn on W.H. Briggs Ranch, so. of French Camp on Mossdale Rd., 1910]
a-Brockton [MA] Daily Enterprise (9-7,14,30-86)
b-Boston Daily Globe (9-26,29-86)
c-Boston Evening Traveller (10-9-86)
d-San Jose Mercury (10-10-86)
e-The Pony Express (2/60-12/61)
f-The Daily Report [Stockton CA] (3, 1901)
g-Haverhill [MA] Weekly Bulletin (1, 1893)
h-Stockton Daily Independent (5, 1917)
i-Calaveras Citizen (February 22, 1896)
a-Certificate of Appreciation for Weather Observations (1926-67)
b-Souvenir Viewbook of the Panama Pacific International Exposition, 1915.
a-Oversize photo, Hammond Family
BOX 28: MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS & PERIODICALS
28.1-Bartholomew's National System of Industrial Drawing: Freehand, 1874.
28.2-Boston University. Boston University Yearbook, Vol. 10, 1883.
28.3-California. Superintendant of Public Instruction. Seventh Biennial Report of the ... for the School Years of 1876 and 1877, 1877.
28.4-Do. Eighth Biennial Report...for the School Years of 1878 and 1879, 1879.
28.5-Dixon, Joseph and Ralph De Ong. Control of the pocket gopher in California, Bulletin no. 281. Berkeley: UC Ag Ext. Service,1917.
28.6-Hayes, F.M. Infectious abortion in cows, Circ. 183. Berkeley: UC Ag Ext. Service, 1917.
28.7-Hubbard, Charles L. Heating & ventilation, Pt. 1, Chicago: American School of Correspondence, 1914.
28.8-Do., Pt. 2, 1909.
28.10-Leeman, J. Diseases of poultry, 1912.
28.11-Mead, Elwood. Progress report on the production & distribution of milk, circ. 175. Berkeley: UC Ag Ext. Service, 1917.
28.12-Phillips, Libbie Sprague. Ruby Gordon; Or, Back from the grave, 1909.
28.13-Porter, A.L. & W. J. Ballard. Modern Homes, c1915.
28.14-The proposed Constitution reviewed in an address to the reformers of California, 1879. [Workingmen's Party propaganda]
28.15-Swedenborg, Emanuel. Heaven & its wonders & hell, 1917.
28.16-U.S. Supt. of Documents. Standards of weight & measure: A list of official publications, 1914.
28.17-Who was Swedenborg & What are his writings?, 1917.
28.18-Woll, F.W. & E.C. Voorhies. Trials w/ Calif. silage crops for dairy cows, Bull. no. 282. Berkeley: UC Ag Ext. Service, 1917.
28.19-The American Kindergarten Magazine 5:4 (Oct 1882).
28.20-Needlecraft 7:10-12 (1916).
28.21-Radio Service Bulletin 9,14,16-26,28-32,34,36 (1915-17,19-20).
BOX 29: COMMERCIAL PAPERS OF D.J. LOCKE
29.1-Notice! Dr. D.J. Locke, having returned from a tour of the Atlantic States..., 1855. [7 copies adv. flyer announcing DJLs intention to practice medicine]
29.2-Daily journal of grocery store accts., Lockeford, 1864
29.3-Day Book, D.J. Locke, Lockeford, 1868
29.4-Deeds for Right of Way through DJL lands to San Joaquin & Sierra Nevada Railway, 1882. [3 items]
BOX 30: MISC. BOOKS FROM LIBRARY OF DR. & MRS. D.J.LOCKE: A-GRAY
30.1- Abington [Mass.] Semi-Centennial Celebration. 1862.
30.2- Adams, Nehemiah: The Friends of Christ in the New Testament: T.R. Marvin and S.K. Whipple & Co. 1853.
30.3- American Bank Reporter: Steurer Publishing Co.: New York: 1910.
30.4- Barber, John Warner: Historical Collections: History and Antiquities of Every Town in Massachusetts: Dorr, Howland & Co.: Worcester, 1841.
30.5- Beecher, Henry Ward; Life Thoughts: Phillips, Sampson and Co.: Boston, 1858.
30.6- The Book of Common Prayer: New York Bible and Common Prayer Book Society: New York; 1859.
30.7- Book of Psalms: American Bible Society. New York: 1868.
30.8- Bunyan, John. Pilgrams' Progress: R. W. Pomeroy; Philadelphia: 1830.
30.9- Colburn, Dana P.; Arithmetic and its Applications: H. Cowperthwait & Co.: Philadelphia: 1858
30.10- Comstock, J.L.; A System of Natural Philosophy: Robinson, Pratt, & Co.: New York: 1841.
30.11- The Congregational Yearbook: Congregational Publishing Society: Boston: 1886.
30.12- Eclectic Series, New Fifth Reader: [no title page]
30.13- Ellis, Edward S.: The Life of Kit Carson: Grosset & Dunlap. New York: 1889.
30.14- Fitz, Asa. The American School Hymn Book: Crosby, Nichols & Co. Boston: 1854.
30.15- Gems for the Prayer Meeting: undated: 19th cent.
30.16- Goodrich, Charles A.: A History of the United States of America: Jenks, Palmer, & Co.: 1847.
30.17- Gospel Songs: F.H. Revell: Chicago: 1874.
30.18- Gram's Superior Reference Atlas of California, Nevada and the World. 1908
30.19- Gray, Asa: How Plants Grow: Ivison, Phinney & Co.: New York, 1864.
BOX 31: MISC. BOOKS FROM LIBRARY OF DR. & MRS. DJ LOCKE: GREENE-Z
31.1- Greene, Samuel S.: An Introduction to the Study of English Grammar: H. Cowperthwait & Co.: Philadelphia: 1863.
31.2- Greenleaf, Benjamin: The National Arithmetic on the Inductive System: Robert S. David and Gould, Kendall & Lincoln. Boston: 1848.
31.3- Greenleaf, Benjamin: The National Arithmetic on the Inductive System: Robert S. Davis & Co.: 1857.
31.4- Holmes, Oliver Wendell: The One Hoss Shay: Houghton, Miffin & Co.: Boston, 1891.
31.5- Kimball, Caleb: The Holy Spirit Resisted: Massachusetts Sabbath School Society: 1845.
31.6- Macpherson, James: The Poems of Ossian: Phillips, Sampson and Co.: Boston: 1856.
31.7- Nash, E.: The Farmer's Practical Horse Farriery: Ephraim Nash: Auburn: 1860.
31.8- Newell, Rev. D.: The Christian Family Magazine: Vol. II: D. Newell: New York: 1843.
31.9- The Orphan Lucy: [n.d.; 19th c]
31.10- Pilgrim Plymouth: A.S. Burbank: Plymouth, Mass.: 1890.
31.11- The Publishing Committee of the Mass. S.S. Society: The Congregational Visitor: Massachusetts Sabbath School Society: Boston: 1844.
31.12- Sears, M.: The American Politician: E. Leland and W.J. Whiting:Boston: 1842.
31.13- Sewell, Elizabeth and Finch, Myron: The Mother's Magazine and Family Journal: Myron Finch: New York: 1850.
31.14- Shakespeare: Shakespeare's Macbeth: ed. Charles W. French: MacMillan Co.: New York: 1903.
31.15- Simmons, Charles: A Laconic Manual and Brief Remarker: Charles Simmons: North Wrentham, Mass.: 1852.
31.16- Tupper, Martin Farquhar: Tupper's Proverbial Philosophy: Phillips, Sampson & Co.: Boston; 1850.
31.17- Walton, Geo. A. and Walton, Electra N.: An Intellectual Arithmetic: W.B. Keen & Cooke: Chicago; 1869.
31.18- Wood, Norman B.; Lives of Famous Indian Chiefs: American Indian Historical Publishing Co.; Aurora, Ill.: 1906.
31.19- Worcester, Samuel M.: The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs of the Rev. Issac Watts,D.D.: Crocker & Brewster: 1841.
BOX 32: LOCKEFORD CHURCH RECORDS
32.1- Grace Church of Lockeford, history & photos, 2 file folders.
32.2- Grace Church Minutes Book
32.3- Mary Martin Circle, Grace Church, 1950-1972.
32.4- Congregational, Federated & Methodist Minutes.
32.5- Church Memorabilia.
32.6- Lockeford Congregational Church. Sunday School Account Book, 1910.
32.7- Personal Account of "Christian Soldiers' of Congregational Sunday School ...," 1910.
32.8- "Band of Hope" Minutes, 1887-88.
BOX 33: J. A, HAMMOND, WEATHER OBSERVATION PAPERS
33.1- Rainfall Data, Temperature & Precipitation records, 1926-1987. Annual recaps and daily records.
33.2- Correspondence & papers.
33.3- Weather, December 1930. Western Nature Study, Vol 1. No. 4, State College, San Jose, Cal.
33.4- Weather Data, Summary for 1961-1962. Delta Branch, State of California Dept. of Water Resources.
33.5- Weather Conditions in California, State of California Dept. of Water Resources, Bulletin No. 120-69; Bulletin No. 120-70; Bulletin No. 120-71.
BOX 34: HAMMOND FAMILY PAPERS, MEMORABILIA, LEGAL PAPERS, ETC.
34.1-FAMILY PAPERS: Letter to Myrtle Hammond, Feb. 4, 1919.
34.2-FAMILY PAPERS: Promissory note for picking crops, Oct. 17, 1918.
34.3-FAMILY PAPERS: G. Hammond, accounts (1 sheet). (In 1860 journal).
34.4-FAMILY PAPERS: Genealogy, Hammond, (2 sheets).
34.5-FAMILY PAPERS: Certificate, Army of the Tennessee, James L. Smith, Iowa Infantry.
34.6-FAMILY PAPERS: School Journal, John Hammond, 1866.
34.7-FAMILY PAPERS: Account Book, 1889 B.F. Foster, Deputy County Assessor also contains journal 1906, H. C. Hammond, and 1909 Myrtle Hammond.
34.8-FAMILY PAPERS: Daily Journal/ Account Book, George Hammond, 1860.
34.9- Daily Journal, 1862 [probably Horace Hammond]. Contains 1871-93 account records.
34.10- S. Hammond Journal, Jan. 1, 1869-May 16, 1874.
34.11- George Hammond, remembrance.
34.12- Myrtle Hammond's writing sample
34.13- list of pallbears for Lucy Hammond, J. C. Hammond
34.14-LEGAL PAPERS: Deed, Ebenezer Shaw to George Hammond, Apr. 12, 1839.
34.15-LEGAL PAPERS: Deed, Ebenezer Shaw to Susannah Hammond, Oct. 8, 1860.
34.16-LEGAL PAPERS: Will, Hannah Hammond, July 13, 1864.
34.17-LEGAL PAPERS: Deed, D. J. Locke to Susannah Hammond, July 24, 1867.
34.18-LEGAL PAPERS: Deed, George Hammond to Roland Hammond, Mar. 16, 1869.
34.19-LEGAL PAPERS: Deed, Roland Hammond to George Hammond, July 16, 1876.
34.20-LEGAL PAPERS: Note, R.G. Hammond payable to George Hammond, Jan. 1, 1901.
a- Lucy Hammond's death
b- J. C. Hammond's death
c- Stella May Buggs death
d- Nelt Holzberger death
e- PFC James R. Utterback death
f- Alice H. Petch death
g- Amy G. Gordon death
h- Garnet R. Griffith death
i- Richard Swain death
j- "John Hammond's Spirit Lives On"
k- "Eunice McPherson-Becomes Bride of James A. Hammond"
l- "A Bloody Deed, Double Murder & Suicide near Lockeford"
m- "J. C. Hammonds Celebrate 50th Wedding Anniversary"
n- "Locke Family Holds Reunion at Lockeford"
o- "Stowe-Hammond Tell of Coming Marriage"
p- "Celebration Held for 100th Birthday of Mrs. Delia Hammond Locke"
q- "Quadrille to Climax I. O. O. F. Session Here"
r- "Rare Old Pictures Show Early Day Lockeford"
s- "Ancestral Locke Home, Grounds Will Be Museum for Posterity"
t- "Priceless Pioneer Diary, Library Preserved"
u- "Lockeford Congregational Church to Celebrate 100th Anniversary Sunday"
v- "Century Old Buildings Reminders of Lockeford Founder"
w- "Dr. Dean Jewett Locke Forsook Gold Fields to Establish San Joaquin Farm Community"
x- History of Lockeford
y- Lockeford School in 1896
34.22-MEMORABILIA: Lockeford School District, 1896-97
34.23-MEMORABILIA: Politician's cards, (5 items)
34.24-MEMORABILIA: Post Cards (2 items)
34.25-MEMORABILIA: War Loan brochure
34.26-MEMORABILIA: Fabric Scraps, 1 labeled Lucy Hammond Wedding Dress
34.27-MEMORABILIA: Postal Envelopes, empty, (7 items)
34.28-MEMORABILIA: Photocopies The Well Sweep, with inscription (2 sheets)
34.29-MEMORABILIA: Pamphlet, The articles of Belief and Covenant of the North Church in Abington with a List of the Members; Boston, 1842.
34.30-MEMORABILIA: Card from Uncle Josiah S. Hammond
34.31-MEMORABILIA: Ida Parker, remembrance.
34.32-OTHER: Photocopies of Coil Family Bible showing family records.
34.33-OTHER: George Hammond funeral notice
34.34-OTHER: List of Descendants
34.35-OTHER: Locke Family Genealogy prepared by Nancy Hammond.
34.36-OTHER: Hammond Family Genealogy prepared by Nancy Hammond.
BOX 35: PHOTOGRAPHS: DAGUERREOTYPES, TINTYPES, ETC. (1850-1860) [chiefly portraits of Locke & Hammond family members]
BOX 36: PHOTOGRAPHS: UNIDENT. DAGUERREOTYPES, TINTYPES, ETC.
BOX 37: PHOTOGRAPHS: LOOSE PHOTOGRAPHS
37.1: Locke Family History Materials
37.2: D.J. Locke
37.4: Portraits of family
37.5: Copy prints & negs.
37.6: Lockeford Schools
37.7: Lockeford bldgs. & activities
37.8: 20th c. photos
37.9: Misc. Locke family ports.
BOX 38: PHOTOGRAPHS: 19th c. ALBUMS
38.1: "Mary Bartlett Hammond's Book" [4.5 x 5.5; brown]
38.2: [apparently a Locke album w/ Bartletts in back]
38.3: Locke Family album, 1880s [maroon; 8 x 10]
38.4: Bartlett Family album, Boston [brown; 4.75 x 6]
38.5: Hammond Family album, 1860s [brown; 5.5 x 8]
BOX 39: PHOTOGRAPHS: ALBUMS & MISCELLANY
39.1: "Dear Mother & Father, Please accept from your daughter, LLL" [album, chiefly Hammonds; maroon w/ flowers]
39.2: Post Cards
39.3: Box of 13 encased tintypes
39.4: Loose photographs
BOX 40: LOCKE & HAMMOND FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS; LOCKEFORD PHOTOGRAPHS. 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY.
40.1: Homes Shaw Homestead, Abington, MA Benjamin Hammond's home, Carver, MA George Hammond's home, North Abington, MA
40.2: Lumber Yard Security Lumber Company, LTD. n.d.
40.3: Lockeford and Lodi Schools, 1894-1908
40.4: Lockeford Activities: Lockeford Women's Christian Temperance Union, Lockeford Brass Band Lockeford baseball team, ca 1911 (2)
40.5: Jim A. Hammond Camp Kearney (WWI) Jim Hammond and group of men at Camp Kearney, 1918 Camp Kearney, 1918 155 mm Navy Rifle, 1918