Title:Coast Line Stage Company correspondence, 1867-1868
Creator/Contributor:Coast Line Stage Company, creator
Creator/Contributor:Lovett, William Edward, 1823-1883
Creator/Contributor:Flint, Thomas, 1822 or 4-1904
Contains 3 letters concerning the business of Coast Line Stage Company as well as for the parent company Flint, Bixby & Company.
Letter of May 30, 1867 from William Lovett to Dr. Thomas Flint, one of the Flint-Bixby partners, concerning legal case that
was settled in D.C. Letter of April 5, 1868 from William Buckley to Llewellyn Bixby concerning payments made by William Lovett-former
owner and manager of Coast Line. Letter of May 14, 1868 from William Buckley to Dr. Thomas Flint regarding giving Col. J.J.
Warner a pass for the stage coach. Warner was a commissioner involved with dividing Flint's ranch in Los Angeles.
Subject:Warner, J. J. (Juan José) -- 1807-1895
Coast Line Stage Company.
Flint, Bixby & Company.
Ranches -- California -- Los Angeles County
Transcriptions also available.
Coast Line Stage Company correspondence, BANC MSS 2006/83, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Purchase; from California Curio Company; in 2006-2007.
William Lovett, state senator, and owner and manager of the Coast Line Stage Company until 1867.
William Buckley, known as "Genial Buck," worked for Wells Fargo before becoming the general manager of the Coast Line Stage
Company (and later, in 1878, an owner).
BANC MSS 2006/83