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Guide to the Alfred Robinson Papers, 1839-1858
BANC MSS 74/116 c  
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Key to Arrangement

Box 1

Letters

folder 1 -2

Robinson, Alfred

 

4 letters to William H. Aspinwall, 1849-1850

folder 3

Aspinwall, John L.

 

3 letters to Alfred Robinson, n.d.

folder 4-5

Aspinwall, William H.

 

10 letters to Alfred Robinson, 1848 & 1850

folder 6-11

Bissell, G. W. P.

 

19 letters to Alfred Robinson, 1849-1850

folder 12

Fairley, Elizabeth White

 

Copy of a letter, July 22, 1908, to her daughter Agnes, reminiscing about the Robinson family

folder 13

Frisbie, John B.

 

Letter to Alfred Robinson, Jan. 20, 1850

folder 14

Guerra y Noriega, Miguel de la

 

Letter to Alfredo Robinson, Aug. 16, 1858. In Spanish.

folder 15-16

Howland & Aspinwall

 

10 letters to Alfred Robinson, 1850-1852

folder 17

Mellus, Francis

 

Letter to Alfred Robinson, May 21, 1855

folder 18

Mellus, Henry

 

7 letters to Alfred Robinson, 1854-1858

folder 19

Peredith, Gilmor

 

Letter to Alfred Robinson, Jan. 15, 1850

folder 20

Pacific Mail Steamship Company

 

Letter to Alfred Robinson, Oct. 15, 1849. From Samuel W. Comstock, vice-president.

folder 21

Robinson, Ana de la Guerra y Noriega [Mrs. Alfred Robinson]

 

3 letters written to her father and to her cousin Gaspar. 1847 & n.d. In Spanish.

folder 22

Russell & Co.

 

2 letters, Oct. 4 & Nov. 5, 1855, addressed to Henry Mellus. Copies.

folder 23

Sepulveda, Antonio Ignacio

 

Letter to Alfredo Robinson, n.d. In Spanish.

folder 24

Stearns, Abel

 

Letter to Alfred Robinson, Apr. 6, 1854.

folder 25

Thomas, Seth J.

 

Letter to Vernon Brown, July 1, 1858. Renders a legal opinion on financial matters involving Robinson, his brother-in-law, and Henry Mellus.

folder 26

[Correspondence between Alfred Robinson and M. G. Meade, with related letters, 1854-1855, pertaining to his difficulties with Miss Meade over the care and schooling of his nephews in New York]

Box 2

Diaries, accounts and miscellaneous documents

folder 27-28

Robinson, Alfred

 

Diaries, Sept. 11, 1839-Sept. 20, 1841, covering his sojourn in Boston; his return voyage to California, beginning January 1840 on the Alert; his arrival in Monterey on June 28, 1840; intermittent entries thereafter.

Physical Description: 2 v.
folder 29

Robinson, Alfred

 

Account book, 1848-1849. Includes cash book and accounts with Mellus & Howard, Cleveland Forbes, Augustus Leland, the steamer California, Howland & Aspinwall, and others.

folder 30 (oversize)

Robinson, Alfred

 

Accounts with Howland & Aspinwall, Robinson Bissell & Co., Pacific Mail Steamship Co., and others; and miscellaneous Howland & Aspinwall accounts. 1849-1856

folder 31

Robinson, Alfred

 

Two notebooks containing poetry, a few accounts, etc.

folder 32

Robinson, Alfred

 

Conveyance to Howland & Aspinwall terminating their association. Nov. 6, 1851. Letterpress copy.

folder 33

Robinson, Alfred

 

Power of attorney to Frederic Catherwood to "grant, lease, or rent..." copper mine of San Antonio situated on the Guadalupe Rancho of Juan Bandini. Copy. Apr. 20, 1853.

folder 34

"Note of expenses on the road from Mazatlan to Vera Cruz/ 1843" and "A. Robinson Esqr./In account with W. W. Scarborough 1843"

folder 35

Howland & Aspinwall

 

Agreement with Alfred Robinson by which he acted as agent for the firm. Dec. 9, 1848

folder 36

Mellus, Henry

 

Miscellaneous notes and receipts, 1852-1856.

Physical Description: 4 items
folder 37

Miscellaneous receipts

folder 38

Hawes, Horace

 

Journal, 1851-1853, commenting on his legal business during a trip to Panama; his travels across the Isthmus and voyage to New York; his voyage to Acapulco in 1852 and overland trip to Mexico City; his return east; and his voyage to San Francisco in 1853 by way of the Isthmus.

folder 39

Chavaya, Antonio

 

Deed to Horace Hawes for portion of the Rancho Yerba Buena y Socayre in Santa Clara County. June 16, 1855.

folder 40

Miscellaneous Hawes family papers

folder 41

Miscellany