History of the New California
Its Resources and People
Volume I

The Lewis Publishing Company - 1905
Edited by Leigh H. Irvine


Adams Charles Edward Photo
Anderson John Alden Photo
Beckman William Photo
Brooke Morris Photo
Clark Asa Photo
Colgan Edward Power Photo
Cooper John F. Photo
Cox Hon. Frederick Photo
Downey John G. Photo
Flanagan James L. Photo
Ford Tirey Lafayette Photo
Frost Charles Henry Photo
Gerber William Emil Photo
Gormley William F. Photo
Hamilton William B. Photo
Hayes Jay Orley Photo
Hayes Everis Anson Photo
Hilborn Edward P. Photo
Irvine Leigh H. Photo
Johnson Grove Lawrence Photo
Katzenstein George B. Photo
Ketcham General Thomas E. Photo
Lauck Joseph B. Photo
Look, M.D. Hallock Hart Photo
McLaughlin William Photo
Nurse Marcellus A. Photo
Perkins Hon. George C. Photo
Post Charles N. Photo
Robison Warren O. Photo
Shaw H. C. Photo
Spreckels John D. Photo
Stone George Photo
Van Nuys Isaac Newton Photo
Watts, M.D. Pliny Rand Photo
de Young M. H. Photo


Bald Rock   Photo
Call Building San Francisco Photo
Chinatown San Francisco Photo
Chronicle Building San Francisco Photo
Cliff House San Francisco Photo
Fort Ross Sonoma County Photo
Frost Building Los Angeles Photo
Golden Gate San Francisco Photo
Lick Observatory East Peak Photo
Livermore Alameda County Photo
Mission Dolores San Francisco Photo
Mt. Shasta Shasta County Photo
Old Post Office San Francisco Photo
Olive Grove San Gabriel Photo
Orange Grove Los Angeles Photo
Orange Vale Sacramento County Photo
Placer Mines Folsom Photo
Redwoods Logging Scene Photo
Sacramento Bird's-eye View Photo
Stanford University   Photo
Van Nuys Hotel Los Angeles Photo
World's Fair Tree Mammoth Forest Photo

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