Register of the Dietrich & Leistner Realtors Records, 1884-1955

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Register of the Dietrich & Leistner Realtors Records, 1884-1955

Collection number: Mss93

Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections

University Library

University of the Pacific

Contact Information

  • Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections
  • University Library, University of the Pacific
  • Stockton, CA 95211
  • Phone: (209) 946-2404
  • Fax: (209) 946-2810
  • URL: http://www.pacific.edu/Library/Find/Holt-Atherton-Special-Collections.html
Processed by:
Don Walker
Date Completed:
November 1998
Encoded by:
Don Walker
© 1998 University of the Pacific. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Dietrich & Leistner Realtors Records,
Date (inclusive): 1884-1955
Collection number: Mss93
Creator: Hugh Hayes
Extent: 6.25 linear ft.
Repository: University of the Pacific. Library. Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections
Stockton, CA 95211
Shelf location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the library's online catalog.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Dietrich & Leistner Realtors Records, Mss93, Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library

Access Points

personal name

Dietrich, Franz Joseph
Leistner, George W.
Grunsky, Eugene M. (1859-1914)

corporate name

Stockton Terminal and Eastern Railroad

subject

Real estate developers -California -Stockton
Real estate development -California -San Joaquin County
Stockton (Calif.) -History -Sources
San Joaquin County (Calif.) -History -Sources
Railroads -California -San Joaquin County
Deeds -California -San Joaquin County

Biography

Under various company names, Eugene M. Grunsky, George W. Leistner, F. Joseph Dietrich and his sons bought, developed and sold real estate in Stockton and San Joaquin county, California between 1889 and the present. Their companies dealt equally in agricultural, commercial, and residential properties, but they were particularly active in the residential development of east and north Stockton during the early 1920s.
Eugene M. Grunsky (1859-1914), son of a well-to-do Stockton lumber merchant, entered the real estate business shortly after his graduation from Stockton High School (1880). He was in partnership for several years with Monroe D. Eaton (1889-1893). When Eaton formed his own company, Grunsky launched the firm of Nelson, Grunsky and Franklin (1894-1902). George Leistner (1878-1930) became Eugene Grunsky's real estate business partner after study at Stanford Law School (1904). Following graduation from Stockton High School (1893), F. Joseph Dietrich (1875-1950) became a deputy county clerk (1895) under Grunsky's brother, Otto, who was San Joaquin County Clerk for many years. Dietrich worked in that capacity until leaving to form a partnership with Eugene M. Grunsky and George W. Leistner (1905). This firm, known as Grunsky, Dietrich and Leistner, flourished until Grunsky's death (1914). It then continued as the Dietrich and Leistner Co. until George Leistner's death (1930) after which it became (and remains) the F. J. Dietrich Co.

Scope and Content

Many of the materials in this collection are personal papers of F. Joseph Dietrich, or his son, F. J. Jr.. They represent both their involvement with the Stockton Terminal and Eastern Railroad and their real estate activities during the period in which their company was known as Dietrich & Leistner (1915-1931) and the F.J. Dietrich Co. (1932-). The papers consist of correspondence, financial records, advertising copy, maps, and, above all, real estate documents--deeds, mortgages, leases, etc. As such, they provide a substantial resource for students of real estate development in California and of the history of Stockton.

Container List

 

SERIES ONE: MISC. PERSONAL AND BUSINESS PAPERS OF F.J. DIETRICH

 

BOX ONE: Biographical & Personal Materials

 

1.1.1---Biographical information

 

1.1.2---Misc. Correspondence

 

1.1.3---Clippings & Advertising Copy

 

1.1.4---San Joaquin County Real Estate Maps (1920s)

 

1.1.5---Stockton Terminal & Eastern Railroad Materials

 

a -Thompson & Butler, Consulting Engineers. Report on valuation & prospective earnings of the Stockton Terminal & Eastern Railroad (1926)

 

b-S.T. & E.R. Local Freight Tariff Schedules (1950)

 

c-"Engineering Report upon the ST & E R showing cost of reproduction new and cost of reproduction less depreciation as of December 31, 1925"

 

d-Interstate Commerce Commission. Stockton Terminal & Eastern Railroad Company. Valuation Docket #823 (1926)

 

e-Miscellaneous notes & scraps

 

1.1.6---Misc. Printed Matter

 

a-Misc. Calif. Realty Boards' By-Laws (1920s)

 

b-Affiliated Better Business Bureaus. Book of Accuracy for Advertisers (1920s)

 

c-National Assn. of Bldg. Owners & Mgrs. Membership Directory & By-Laws (1924)

 

d-Third Pacific Southwest Conference of Building Owners & Managers, Fresno, Calif., Feb. 13-14, 1925 [program]

 

e-Calif. Real Estate Assn. 21st Annual Convention, Fresno, Calif., Oct. 7-10, 1925 [program]

 

f-Daniel Starch. A Study of Radio Broadcasting: Based Exclusively on Personal Interviews for Pacific Coast States (1930)

 

g-W.M. Patch. The Case of Syncrotax (1934)

 

h-Syncrotax (1934)

 

i-File of Materials on County Manager Form of Government (1933-34)

 

j-Calif. Real Estate Assn. Commissions Schedule;Code of Ethics (1938)

 

k-Prentice-Hall, Inc. Realty Library (n.d.) [informational brochure]

 

l-Harold W. Kennedy. Reasonable Use by Reasonable Men:Policy & Legal Aspects in the Solution of California's Water Problem (1954)

 

m-Bank of Hawaii. Hawaii: Growing Islands (1955)

 

n-Honolulu Chamber of Commerce. Government in Hawaii:Facts & Faces (1955)

 

0-Misc. articles on real estate & related matters (1920s-50s)

 

1.1.7---Misc. Notes, Speeches, etc.

 

BOX TWO: BUSINESS PAPERS, 1910-1929

 

1.2.1---Misc. Financial Records

 

1.2.2---Assignments of Mortgage, unident. properties (1910-1922)

 

1.2.3---Valley Colony Co. Acct. Bk. (1914-1918)

 

1.2.4---"Jack Job" (1917)

 

1.2.5---"Pearce Job" (1917)

 

1.2.6---"Hunter St. Job" (1918)

 

1.2.7---"Vallerga Job" (1918)

 

1.2.8---Uncle Sam Investment Co. Records (1918-1919)

 

1.2.9---Crop & Chattel Mortgages (1919-1933)

 

1.2.10--Cropping Contract & "Working Agreement for Japanese" (1920)

 

1.2.11--Deeds of Reconveyance, unident. properties (1922-29)

 

1.2.12--Mormon Channel/Calaveras R., Austin Land Co. "Papers on Deal PCJT Land Bank" (1923)

 

1.2.13--Misc. Real Estate Docs. (1918-27)

 

1.2.14--Misc. unused forms [c1919-20]:

 

a-War Veterans Contract of Purchase, Pescadero Colony

 

b-Subdivision Agreements, E.B. & A.L. Stone (SF)

 

BOX THREE: BUSINESS PAPERS, 1930-1950

 

1.3.1---"Peters Land" [property of FJD] (1930s)

 

1.3.2---Properties of Floyd E. Snell (1930)

 

1.3.3---Deeds of Reconveyance, Unident. Papers (1930-38)

 

1.3.4---Wolters Family Default Papers (1932)

 

1.3.5---Boggs Tract Subdivision no. 2 (1934)

 

1.3.6---Stockton Port Terminal Warehouses (1940)

 

1.3.7---Misc. Real Estate Docs. (1937-50)

 

SERIES TWO: RECORDS OF DIETRICH & LEISTNER CO. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS

 

BOX ONE: AGRICULTURAL LAND: NORTH COUNTY & non-SAN JOAQUIN CO. [Names that occur on more than one record or property: Norman E. Alling; W.C. Anderson;Albert N. Davis; George Ditz; Jesse Hamilton; Manuel F. Mello; Luigi Pallavicino; John J. Pimentel; G.L. Potter; Chas. S. Sowash; Vernon L. Vignolo; Edw. J. Vincelet]

 

2.1.1--Alling Tract (1910-30) [Sect. 23-25, T2NR7E] Lots 1,2 (2),5-8,10,15,18,20 and Archerdale Community (1911) [Sect. 16, T2NR5E]

 

2.1.2--Perley Tract (1910-21) [fr Sect. 15-16,21-22, T4NR6E, Acampo] Lots 2,11 (3),12,14,15,21,23 [Development of Valley Colony Co.]

 

2.1.3--Smith Ranch (1915-29) [T2NR6E]

 

2.1.4--Weber Grant (1907-46)

 

a-Sect. A (1909) n/Calaveras

 

b-Sect. 4 (1909) n/Calaveras

 

c-Sect. 18 (1946) s/Calaveras

 

d-Sect. 41 (1927) just s/Calaveras

 

e-Sect. 43 (1908, 1914) e/Stockton

 

f-Sect. 65 (1939) e/Stockton

 

g-Sect. 81 (1907) ne/Stockton

 

h-Sect. 82 do.

 

i-Sect. 88 (1929, 33) ne/Stockton

 

2.1.5---T1N misc. (1904-38)

 

a-Sect. 9,31, T1NR6E

 

b-Sect. 18, T1NR8E

 

2.1.6---T2N misc. (1898-1944)

 

a-Sect. 8,9,16, T2NR3E

 

b-Sect. 12,13, T2NR4E

 

c-Sect. 7,30,35, T2NR5E

 

d-Sect. 6,19 T2NR6E

 

e-Sect. 18,23,24,26, T2NR7E

 

2.1.7---T3N misc. & 4N misc. (1884-1934)

 

a-Sect. 13,24, T3NR4E

 

b-Sect. 4,18,19, T3NR5E

 

c-Sect. 22, T3NR6E (2)

 

d-Sect. 21,29,31, T3NR8E

 

e-Sect. 32,33, T3NR9E

 

f-Sect. 30, T3NR10E

 

g-Sect. 18, T4NR7E

 

2.1.8---T2NR8E (1901-37) [Linden/Peters area]

 

a-Sect. 15

 

b-Sect. 17 (3)

 

c-Sect. 22 (2)

 

d-Sect. 35

 

e-Sect. 36 (10) [Development of Uncle Sam Investment Co., See Ser. 1]

 

2.1.9---T2NR9E (1914-41) [Bellota area]

 

a-Sect. 4 (5)

 

b-Sect. 5 (14)

 

c-Sect. 14 (2)

 

d-Sect. 31 [Development of Uncle Sam Investment Co., See Ser. 1]

 

2.1.10--T3NR7E (1912-19)

 

a-Sect. 30 (4)

 

b-Sect. 31 (2)

 

2.1.11--Misc. SJ Co. Tracts (1903-32)

 

a-Lot 25, Blk 4, Baccielieri Park Addtn. [Manteca]

 

b-Blk 46, French Camp

 

c-Heart O' the Valley Poultry Farms

 

d-Lots 1,2,3,5,6,8 Shaffer's Addtn. [Linden]

 

2.1.12--Non-San Joaquin Co. (1908-45)

 

a-Lot 39, Alden Tract [Oakland, Alameda Co.]

 

b-Sect. 27, T7NR13W S.B.M. [LA Co.] (2)

 

c-Sect. 32,33,34,36, T6SR11E [Merced Co.]

 

d-Sect. 31, T6SR12E [Merced Co.]

 

e-Lots 188,189 Livingston Land & Colony Co. [Merced Co.] (3 items)

 

f-Gold Run [Placer Co.]

 

g-Sect. 26, T5NR8E [Sacto. Co.]

 

h-Sect. 8,17, T29NR4E [Shasta Co.]

 

BOX TWO: SOUTH SAN JOAQUIN CO. [Names occuring on more than one record or property: Albert N. Davis (T2SR8E); M.J. Gardner (Lot 2, Survey 3022); Frank L. Heinze (Escalon); Joe Klein (French Camp); Lena A. Nieman (T1SR6E); S.W. Potter (T2SR8E); B.J. Woodward (Ripon)]

 

2.2.1---Escalon Colony Tract (1910-21) [Sect. 10, T2SR9E]

 

a-lots 1,24,25,29,35,38,39,40

 

b-Escalon city lots 11,12, blk 1 [Sect. 4]

 

2.2.2---Ripon Colony Tract (1912-16) [lots 1,2,4,7,8,15]

 

2.2.3---Shippee French Camp Tract (1937-42) [lot 22 (2)]

 

2.2.4---Summer Home Tract (1903-14) [Sect. 27,28 T1SR7E] lots 26,27 (3)

 

2.2.5---Union Island (1913-40)

 

a-Lower Union betw. Klein's land & Middle R.

 

b-lots 7-11, Bixler Estate

 

2.2.6---Weber Grant (1905-35)

 

a-Sect. L

 

b-Sect. 9,10,46,48,49,59,76

 

2.2.7---T1S (1893-1944)

 

a-Sect. 25, T1SR4E

 

b-Sect. 13,24, T1SR5E

 

c-Sect. 34,35, T1SR6E (2)

 

d-Sect. 1,32,35, T1SR7E

 

e-Sect. 23 (2),32, T1SR8E

 

2.2.8---T2S (1904-18)

 

a-Sect. 5, T2SR7E

 

b-Sect. 6,10,17 (2), T2SR8E (Sect. 6 is Potter Tract)

 

2.2.9---Lot 2, Survey 3022 (1911) (3)

 

BOX 3: STOCKTON STREETS A-M (EAST OF CENTER)

 

2.3.1---American (1947) [26 S]

 

2.3.2---Anderson (1920) [1341]

 

2.3.3---Aurora (1938-46) [1,11,17,21,41-49,314,330-34,400,403,413,418,419-24,425-431,432-434,435,440,444,802-04 S]

 

2.3.4---Belvedere (1953) [1520 N]

 

2.3.5---Berkeley (1934); Channel (1940-47) [1620 N; 215-16]

 

2.3.6---California (1936-46): 348 Charter; Church (1940) [129,135, N; 801-09,921-33 36,44, S]

 

2.3.7---El Dorado (1930-54) [34,36,40,44,46,120,338,917-19,1045,1147,1643, N; 27,29,31, S; Cor El Dorado & Charter]

 

2.3.8---Grant (1942) [412-14,1121, S (Japanese property)]

 

2.3.9---Harding (1944-51) [30,32,130,1103]

 

2.3.10--Hunter (1935-44) [29,35,43, N; 29, S]

 

2.3.11--Jefferson (1942) [620 (Japanese property leased during internment)]

 

2.3.12--Lafayette (1940-42) [920; Lots 7,9,11,12,15,16 Blk 259E]

 

2.3.13--McKinley (1948-51) [2124,3105, S]

 

2.3.14--Main (1926-47) [114,115,119,224,420,424,434,440,618,622,624,636,710, 820,826,828,1440]

 

2.3.15--Market (1938-53) [107,226-28,232,238,302,309]

 

2.3.16--Miner (1940-50) [605,613; NE Cor. Grant & Miner; Cor. Sutter & Miner]

 

BOX FOUR: STOCKTON STREETS, N-Z (EAST OF CENTER)

 

2.4.1---San Joaquin (1927-46) [22,217, N; 11,21,112,335,337 S] ; 935 Scotts (1931)

 

2.4.2---Sutter (1934-39) [33,37,42,43,45-47, S]

 

2.4.3---Vine (1935-45) [125]

 

2.4.4---Weber (1932-54) [18,102,104,106,107,108,109,110,112,114,116,129-131,235,321,409,413,415; Cor. Weber & Hunter]

 

2.4.5---Willow (1952) [211]

 

2.4.6---Wilson (1947-51) [536,1912 N]

 

2.4.7---Wyandotte (1932) [318]

 

BOX FIVE: STOCKTON STREETS (WEST OF & INCL. CENTER); COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES IN OTHER SAN JOAQUIN CO. TOWNS

 

2.5.1---Center (1927-44) [13.5, N; 32,34,129,131,701-03, S]

 

2.5.2---Harding (1938-53) [117,520]

 

2.5.3---Hunter (1925-45) [33,35,37,45, N; SE Cor. Hunter & Fremont]

 

2.5.4---Lafayette (1936-45) [16,20]

 

2.5.5---Madison (1945) [228 S]

 

2.5.6---Main (1951) [348]

 

2.5.7---Market (1946) [402]

 

2.5.8---Pacific (1938-55) [1740; SE Cor. Pacific & Pine]

 

2.5.9--Pine (1948) [155]

 

2.5.10--San Juan (1940) [1249]

 

2.5.11--Stockton (1951) [839]

 

2.5.12--Van Buren (1941-46) [109,1345,1347 S]

 

2.5.13--Yosemite (1944) [SW Cor. Yosemite & Magnolia]

 

2.5.14--Other San Joaquin Co. Towns (1916-48)

 

a-LATHROP--"Lathrop Bldg.," 7th St.

 

b-LODI--23,25 W. Pine; Lot 9, Blk. 43, Ivory's Addtn.

 

BOX 6: STOCKTON CITY BLKS., EAST of CENTER

 

2.6.1---Blk 1 (1916-44) [lots 2,4,16]

 

2.6.2---Blk 7 (1917-38) [lots 1,2,4]

 

2.6.3---Blk 11 (1911-43) [lots 7,9,15,16]

 

2.6.4---Blk 13 (1937) [lots 7,8,10,12]

 

2.6.5---Blk 14 (1915-36) [lots 2,7,9,11]

 

2.6.6---Blk 18 (1915-42) [lots 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15]

 

2.6.7---Blk 54 (1937-45) [lots 1,3,10,12]

 

2.6.8---Blk 66 (1938) [lot 4]

 

2.6.9---Blk 72 (1940-52) [lots 9,11]

 

2.6.10--Blk 73 (1944) [lots 10,16]

 

2.6.11--Blk 82 (1934) [lots 1,3]

 

2.6.12--Blk 84 (1927-31) [lots 8,10]

 

2.6.13--Blk 90 (1922) [lots 1,3]

 

2.6.14--Blk 95 (1930); Blk 97 (1923) [lots 2,4,7]

 

2.6.15--Blk 104 (1921-24) [lots 2,4,6]

 

2.6.16--Blk 105 (1910) [lot 6]

 

2.6.17--Blk 132 (1939) [lots 7,9,11,15]

 

2.6.18--Blk 136 (1910) [lot 4]

 

2.6.19--Blk 137 (1933) [lots 9,11]

 

2.6.20--Blk 145 (1917) [lots 10,12]

 

2.6.21--Blks 158-61,163-66,168-76,178-81 (1909)

 

2.6.22--Blks 184,185,186,191,192 (1909)

 

2.6.23--Blk 192 (1913-32) [lots 3,9,11,15]

 

2.6.24--Blk 195 (1905) [lots 9,11]

 

2.6.25--Blk 198 (1911) [lot 14]

 

2.6.26--Blk 199 (1911) [lot 6]

 

2.6.27--Blk 201 (1908) [lots 9,11]

 

2.6.28--Blk 204 (1927) [lot 12]

 

2.6.29--Blk 205 (1913-27) [lots 2,4,6,8,10,12]

 

2.6.30--Blk 206 (1903-11) [lots 2,4,6,14]

 

2.6.31--Blk 208 (1912) [lots 1,3]

 

2.6.32--Blk 210 (1914) [lots 5,14]

 

2.6.33--Blk 211 (1900) [lots 1,3,5,7,9,11,13-16]

 

2.6.34--Blk 220 (1927) [lot 12]; Blk 225 (1918) [lot 12]

 

2.6.35--Blk 227 (1910-14) [lots 9,11]

 

2.6.36--Blk 233 (1921) [lot 9]

 

2.6.37--Blk 234 (1918-23) [lot 6]

 

2.6.38--Blk 238 (1904) [lot 10]; Blk 240 (1926) [lot 15]

 

2.6.39--Blk 243 (1911-16) [lots 6,14]

 

2.6.40--Blk 252 (1904) [lots 4,6]

 

2.6.41--Blk 259 (1938-44) [lots 7,9,11,12,15,16; SW Cor.]

 

2.6.42--Blk 265 (1948-51) [lots 2,4,6]

 

2.6.43--Blk 282 (1913) [lots 8,10,12]

 

2.6.44--Blk 283 (1940)

 

2.6.45--Blk 311 (1921-32) [lots 1,3,14,15]

 

2.6.46--Blk 317 (1917) [lots 10,12]

 

2.6.47--Blk 323-24 (1918) [lots 7,9,11 (323); lots 2,4,6,8,10,12,15 (324)]

 

2.6.48--South of Mormon Channel

 

a-Blk 43, lot 16 (1924)

 

b-Blk 73, lots 3,5,13 (1928)

 

c-Blk 88, lot 12 (1920)

 

d-Blk 101, lot 2 (1916)

 

e-Blk 106, lot 4 (1912)

 

BOX 7: STOCKTON CITY BLOCKS WEST of CENTER

 

2.7.1---Blk 4 (1933) [lots 10,12,16]

 

2.7.2---Blk 13 (1919-21) [lots 7,9,11,15]

 

2.7.3---Blk 16 (1917) [lots 6,8,13,14,15,16]

 

2.7.4---Blk 28 (1892) [lot 13]

 

2.7.5---Blk 32 (1905) [lot 2]

 

2.7.6---Blk 33 (1913) [lot 1]

 

2.7.7---Blk 59 (1914) [lot 6]

 

2.7.8---Blk 63 (1903) [lots 13,14]

 

2.7.9---Blk 65 (1907) [lots 4,6,8]

 

2.7.10--Blk 68 (1901-20) [lots 8,14]

 

2.7.11--Blk 70 (1886) [lots 12,16]

 

2.7.12--Blk 75 (1909) [lots 3,5]

 

2.7.13--Blk 83 (1909) [lots 6,14]

 

2.7.14--Blk 84 (1922) [lots 9,11]

 

2.7.15--Blk 86 (1907) [lot 9]

 

2.7.16--Blk 89 (1909-18) [lots 4,7,10,15]

 

2.7.17--Blk 90 (1909) [lots 5,7,13]

 

2.7.18--Blk 96 (1909-42) [lots 7,9,11,14]

 

2.7.19--Blk 97 (1909) [lots 4,6-9,11]

 

2.7.20--Blk 98 (1913-30) [lots 1,3,13]

 

2.7.21--Blk 100 (1922) [lots 1,3]

 

2.7.22--Blk 101 (1909-11) [lots 6,10,13]

 

2.7.23--Blk 103 (1909) [lots 5,7]

 

2.7.24--Blk 105 (1923) [lots 1,3]

 

2.7.25--Blk 106 (1909) [lot 15]

 

2.7.26--Blk "E" (1953) [lots 2, 14]; Blk "Q" (1908) [lot 4]

 

2.7.27--South of Mormon Channel

 

a-Blk 5 (1937)

 

b-Blk 12, lots 6,12 (1905-52)

 

c-Blk 30, lots 10,16 (1913)

 

d-Blk 35, lots 8,10,12,16 (1912)

 

e-Blk 50, lots 8-12,15-16 (1883-1912)

 

f-Blk 55, lot 14 (1909)

 

g-Blk 66, lot 11 (1904)

 

h-Blk 77, lots 11,15 (1909)

 

i-Blk 91, lot 2 (1908)

 

j-Blk 100, lot 4 (1908)

 

k-Blk 110, lots 10,12 (1921)

 

BOX 8: STOCKTON SUBDIVISIONS, A-M

 

2.8.1---Bours Tract (1912-23)

 

a-Blk A, lot 8

 

b-Blk B, 16,17,19-21

 

c-Blk C, lots 11,12

 

d-Blk D, lots 2,12

 

e-Blk E, lots 24,25

 

2.8.2---Brookside Tract (1913-34) [lots 2,9,31,32]

 

2.8.3---Brown's Addition (1907-38)

 

a-Blk 1, lots 3,4

 

b-Blk 6, lots 18,19

 

c-Blk 8, lots 14,15

 

d-Blk 9, lot 29

 

e-Blk 14, lots 3,4

 

f-Blk "F," lots 1,2

 

2.8.4---Burkett Acres (1917-28) [lots 10,35,48,51,70,74,86,87,88,90,91,92,93,94, 122,125,129,130,155-159,196,197]

 

2.8.5---Burkett Acres: Adkillo La Sala property (1925-1932) [lot 195]

 

2.8.6---Burkett Gardens (1920-1929) [lots 401-544 inclusive]

 

2.8.7---Burkett Villas (1924) [lots 318,322,323,331]

 

2.8.8---City Park Terrace (1925-30) [Blk 5, lot 20]

 

2.8.9---College Park (1916)

 

a-Blk 1, lots 8,12-18

 

b-Blk 12, lot 7

 

2.8.10--East Burkett Gardens (1926-31) [lots 627,628,634,636,657,658,660,674,693]

 

2.8.11--Elm Tract (1941) [Blk 1, lots 11,12]

 

2.8.12--Fair Oaks Tract (1904-19)

 

a-Blk 11, lots 23,24

 

b-Blk 20, lots 25,26

 

c-Blk 27, lot 44

 

d-Blk 36, lots 7,8

 

2.8.13--Homequest (1922-29)

 

a-Blk 2, lot 2

 

b-Blk 4, lot 2

 

2.8.14--McCloud's Addtn. (1895-1924)

 

a-Blk "D," lot 11

 

b-Blk "E," lot 14

 

c-Blk "G," lots 10,11

 

d-Blk "M," lot 6

 

e-Blk "N," lots 10,14

 

2.8.15--Moss Garden Tract (1916) [lot 42]

 

2.8.16--Mossdale (1913-25)

 

a-Blk 1, lots 10,17,30

 

b-Blk 2, lots 2,9,14,16

 

c-Blk 3, lots 1,2,4,12

 

d-Blk 4, lot 12

 

e-Blk 5, lots 12,14,16,26,28,29

 

2.8.17--Miscellaneous Residential Dvpmts., A-M

 

a-Bungalow Park, Blk 8, lot 11 (1925)

 

b-Detten's Addtn., lots 1,2 (1946)

 

c-East Stockton Addtn., Blk 5, lots 38,39 (1903)

 

d-Hewitt Tract No. 2, lots 2,4 (1924)

 

e-Knight's Addtn., Blk 48, lots 12,15,18 (1917)

 

f-Marks Addtn., Blk 1, lots 5,6,8,9 (1910-17)

 

BOX 9: STOCKTON SUBDIVISIONS, N-Z

 

2.9.1---North Oaks, Blks 1-3 (1919-35) [Names that occur on more than one record or property are provided in an on-site list]

 

a-Blk 1, lots 1,2,7,8,10,19,21

 

b-Blk 2, lots 1,7,12,14,16

 

c-Blk 3, lots 1,2,8,9,11,13

 

2.9.2---North Oaks, Blks 4-5 (1915-35)

 

a-Blk 4, lots 1,2,12,14,15,17

 

b-Blk 5, lots 4-7,17,18,28-29,33,37,41

 

2.9.3---Northern Stockton (1913-21) [Blks 7,13-15]

 

2.9.4---The Oaks (1910-31)

 

a-Blk 1, lots 7,17,18,20,22,26

 

b-Blk 2, lot 23

 

c-Blk 3, lots 21,23,25

 

d-Blk 4, lot 22

 

e-Blk 6, lots 10,12

 

f-Blk 7, lots 2,4

 

g-Blk 8, lot 24

 

h-Blk 9, lot 15

 

i-Blk 10, lot 1

 

j-Blk 11, lots 2,5,14

 

k-Blk 12, lot 17

 

2.9.5---Pacific Villas (1927-34) [lots 3,4,19]

 

2.9.6---Searchlight Addtn. (1912-36)

 

a-Blk 1, lots 8-12

 

b-Blk 21, lots 1-3

 

c-Blk 27, lots 6-8

 

2.9.7---Sperry Addtn. (1908-37)

 

a-Blk 4, lot 3

 

b-Blk 5, lot 9

 

c-Blk 6, lot 9

 

d-Blk 7, lot 4

 

e-Blk 11, lot 7

 

f-Blk 12, lots 8,15,16

 

g-Blk 15, lots 8,9,10

 

h-Blk "A," lots 1,2

 

2.9.8---Sperry Park (1907-12)

 

a-Blk 9, lots 13,15

 

b-Blk 16, lot 15

 

c-Blk "D," lots 4,5,6

 

2.9.9---Stockton City Homestead Assn. (1901-34)

 

a-Blk 4, lots 1,3

 

b-Blk 11, lot 5

 

c-Blk 12, lot 10

 

d-Blk 14, lots 7,9

 

e-Blk 24, lots 11,13

 

f-Blk 33, lot 10

 

2.9.10--Tuxedo Park (1924-54)

 

a-Blk 3, lot 3

 

b-Blk 14, lot 4

 

c-Blk 23, lot 12

 

d-Blk 24, lot 25

 

2.9.11--Villa Addtn. (1910-38)

 

a-Blk 5

 

b-Blks 45-47

 

2.9.12--West Park (1923)

 

a-Blk 2, lots 5,6,8

 

b-Blk 7, lot 8

 

2.9.13--West Stockton (1913-24)

 

a-Blk 3, lot 16

 

b-Blk 16, lot 11

 

2.9.14--Yosemite Terrace (1923-33) [Blk 9, lot 17]

 

2.9.15--Misc. Residential, N-Z

 

a-North Park Addtn., Blk 1, lot 1 (1905)

 

b-Northern Stockton, Blk 7, lots 2-8,15,16 (1920)

 

c-Sheltered Oaks, Blk 8, lot 15 (1927)

 

d-Stewart Subdiv., lot 14 (1913)

 

e-Stockton Acres, lots 6-8 (1945); restrictions on dev.

 

f-Sunset Subdiv., Blk "G," lot 4 (1916)

 

BOX 10: NORTHCREST SUBDIVISION

 

2.10.1---Bank of America Loan (1916-25)

 

2.10.2---Misc. Figures, Recpts. & Data (1916-20)

 

2.10.3---Financial Records (1921-22)

 

2.10.4---Street Bonds (1921-35)

 

2.10.5---Gas & Water Contracts (1921-23)

 

2.10.6---Newspaper advertisement matte (1922)

 

2.10.7---Street Bonds Cancelled (1922-28)

 

2.10.8---W.H. Falconbury: Blk 3, lots 15,16

 

2.10.9---Alta Yates: Blk 4, lot 5

 

2.10.10--Stockton Lumber Co.: Blk 4, lot 11 (1936)

 

2.10.11--Blks 1-3 (1921-26)

 

a-Blk 1, lots 1-7,9

 

b-Blk 2, lots 1-9

 

c-Blk 3, lots 1-12,14-19,22-23

 

2.10.12--Blks 4-6 (1921-26)

 

a-Blk 4, lots 1-12,14-16,20-26

 

b-Blk 5, lots 1-3,7-21

 

c-Blk 6, lots 4,5,8-15,17,19,20-22,25,26