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W. H. WORKMAN,
J. M. GUINN,

Committee.



IN MEMORIAM.

To the Officers and Members of the Society of Pioneers of Los
Angeles County, Cal.

Your committee on resohitions of respect to the memory of
our late Brother John Caleb Salisbury would respectfully re-
port:

That Brother Salisbury was born in Erieville. Madison
County, New York, July 6th, 1834, and died in Los Angeles,
California, July loth, 1902. Mr. Salisbury was in business in
Chicago at the time of the great fire in 1871, and three years
later came to Los Angeles and commenced business near the
old Los Angeles and San Pedro Depot, on Commercial street.
His fair dealing and business ability drew to him a great com-
pany of friends, who appreciated his honesty and integrity.
His zeal and fervency in any undertaking, together with his
financial ability and broad generosity, insured the success of
any enterprise that he was connected with. He was a leading
member of the First Presbyterian Church of this city; was for
twenty-six years superintendent of the Chinese Sunday School
of that church, and for many years was an elder and trustee
of that church; also a trustee of Occidental College, and gave
of his thousands to the equipment and support of that insti-
tution.

He was for many years a trustee of the Boys and Girls' Or-
phans' Home, and gave liberally to its support. He was as
prominent in the quiet, unostentatious work of the Masonic
Order as any man in Los Angeles County.

He was a miember of Lincoln Park Lodge, No. 611, F. &
A. M., Chicago, Illinois. He affiliated with Pentalpha Lodge,
202, of California, Los Angeles, August 21st, 1876, and was
its Junior Deacon from 1877 to 1884, and occupied that sta-
tion for a length of years not often achieved. His brethren of
the Mystic tie loved him for his good examples, his boundless
charity, and earnest, consciencious work as a man and a Mason.

Brother Salisbury was twice married — first to Miss Smith,



304 PIONEERS OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY

in Illinois, by vvliom he had one son, Fred A. Salisbury, now
residing in this city. He was married to Miss Ellen A. Graves
in, Merrill Lodge, Order of Good Templars, in this city, in 1876,
by whom he had one son, Howard G. Salisbui7, also residing
in this city.

Brother Jphn C. Salisbury was an honest member of the
Pioneers of Los Angeles County, many of whom attended his
funeral. He was buried with Masonic rites in Rosedale Ceme-
tery.

Respectfully,

J, M. STEWART,

C. N. WILSON,

J. L. SLAUGHTER,

Committee.

HENRY KIRK WHITE BENT.

Henry Kirk White Bent was born at Weymouth, Mass.,
October 29, 1831. He was educated at Williston Seminary
and Mason Academy, and was ready to enter Amherst when
measles prevented by seriously impairing his eyesight. He
then engaged in civil engineering on railroad construction in
Southern Wisconsin. In 1858 he came to California, worked
at mining for a year at French Corral, Nevada County; taught
school a year and a half at Downieville; was elected County
Surveyor in 1861, and later Public Administrator of Sierra
County. During the war he was chairman of the RepubHcan
County Committee, and worked as mining engineer until 1866.

His health gave way, and he went to Boston, where he un-
derwent medical treatment for two years. Returning to Cali-
fornia in 1868, he located in Los Angeles, as an experiment,
with the result that he tarried in this section until his death.
Here he recovered his health almost completely, the climate,
in 'his opinion, doing more for him than all the medical treat-
ment he had tried. Soon he engaged in the real estate business,
taking the agency of the Santa Gertrudes Land Association,
and later he went into the sheep industry. With returning
health began his active and successful career in public works,
which he continued up to within but a few months ago.

Under Gen. Grant's second administration from 1873 to
1877, he was postmaster of Los Angeles.

In 1878 he was elected to the Los Angeles City Board of
Education, and was made president of that body. At this pe-



BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES 305

riod 'he was an active and powerful factor in many municipal
works; was one of the founders of the present Public Library
and for a number of years was vice-president and acting head of
the Horticultural Society. In the religious field he was a de-
voted worker for a lifetime. He was a charter member of the
First Congregational church of fhis city, and for many years
trustee and superintendent of the Sunday-school; also a charter
member of the North Congregational Church of Pasadena,
where he was trustee and deacon for the past fourteen years.

To education Mr. Bent devoted the best of his ability and
his unselfish record over a period of nearly a score of years, and
his work attained marked and lasting success. In 1888 he be-
came one of the original trustees of Pomona College, and re-
mained a member until within the past year, When failing health
compelled his retirement. For seven years he was president
of the board, often being re-elected when differing in judgment
from the majority of the members — a special tribute to his
honor and ability. Under 'his guidance the Claremont institu-
tion has passed through many dangerous crises and been placed
on an enlarged and permanent foundation.

Mr. Bent was a kind man. After the history of his hfe work
is related, that tells all the rest. Among the pioneers, business,
church and political associates he will be mourned by a host.
But it is among the student body which has within the past
decade gone forth into active life that his passing will be most
sincerely lamented. In his work in Los Angeles and at Clare-
mont he exerted a rare influence over the young people striving
for learning, and many were assisted to their desired ambition
through his kindly interest and substantial aid. Scores of the
younger generation in active life throughout Southern Califor-
nia owe their education and success to the encouragement or
assistance of Mr. Bent.

During most of his long life deceased combated disease in
some form, and for the past several months had been confined to
his bed with a lung affliction not at all like tuberculosis, but
Which bailed cure, and the end has for some time been known
to be approaching rapidly and inevitably. He was twice mar-
ried, and all of his five children and widow survive him. In
1855 he married Miss Crawford of Oakham. Mass., and the
c'hildren of this union are Mrs. Florence Halstead of Smarts-
ville, Arthur S. and H. Stanley Bent of this city. Mrs. Bent
died in 1876, and in 1878 he married Miss Mattie Fairman.
There are two sons by this union. Earnest F. and Charles E.



306 PIONEERS OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY

Bent, the latter being city editor of the Pomona Daily Review.
The death of Mr. Bent removes a (Character that for over
thirty years has been a potential influence in the progress of
the educational, religious and political life of Southern Cali-
fornia.

Mr. Bent died at his home on Marengo avenue, Pasadena,
July 29, 1902, aged 70 years and 9 months.

J. M. GUINN,

J. W. GILLETTE,

Committee.

Chamber of the Pioneers of Los Angeles County,

Los Angeles, Cal., April i, 1902.

John Charles Dotter, a native of Lohr, Germany, was born
May 4th, 1837, and immigrated to the United States of Amer-
ica in A. D. 1852, working his way westerly across the continent
via the Great Salt Lake route to Los Angeles, California, arriv-
ing in 1856, and has ever since made this city his home.

He married Miss Elizabeth Kemy and the issue of said mar-
riage was George C, Corine Frances (the wife of Prof. Milton
Carlson), Idella and Charlotte, all of whom survive him.

His home life was exemplary as a loving and kind husband,
a devoted and affectionate father, and when, freed from business
requirements he spent his time with his devoted family and old
time friends.

He was a student of political economy and delighted in true
progress, advancement and civilization; was a truly assimilated
citizen of this republic, patriotic, and devoted to the principles
of our country and the cause of freedom.

He never failed to vote according to the dictates of his own
conscience and "principles," not men, was his motto.

In his diary under date of February 27, 1902, is found the
following: "Very dizzy; wonder what is the matter." On the
28th he remained at home, and the day following be kept his
bed. On Sunday, March 2nd, 1902, visited his office and enter-
tained a few friends. On Monday, March 3rd, at about 1 1 :oo
a. m., he was attacked with nausea, continuing until 3 :oo p. m.,
when he passed into a quiet and unbroken sleep for three hours.
When awakened he complained of pains, which continued until
8:30 p. m., when, from a stroke of apoplexy, he passed to the
great beyond.



BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES 307

Therefore, be it resolved by the Society of Pioneers of Los
Angeles County, State of California, in regular session con-
vened, that while we humbly bow to the inevitable, in the removal
from our midst of our esteemed and beloved brother, John
Charles Dotter, we deplore the loss, and sincerely sympathize with
his family and relatives in their bereavement and the irreparable
loss of a loving husband, a kind and devoted father of whose life
it can be said he was honest and conscientious through all
the walks of an upright life.

Quoting his own words when commenting on the death of
his numerous Pioneer friends who passed away, "Another good
man gone."

LOUIS ROEDER,
J. F. BURNS,
W. H. WORKMAN,
Committee.



To the Officers and Members of the Pioneer Society of Los An-
geles, California :

We, your committee appointed at your last meeting, Sep-
tember 8th, for the purpose of drafting resolutions of respect
to the memory of the late Anderson Rose, would respectfully
report that said Anderson Rose was born in Macon County,
Mo., February 17th, 1836, and in the year of 1852 he came to
California over the plains with an ox team, locating in El Dorado
County, where he resided with his parents until about 1867, at
which time he came to this county and located near the Ballona,
where he purchased large estates, and he has been a resident oi
this county ever since. Mr. Rose was a frugal, industrious man,
always attentive tO' his business, at the same time mindful oi
the welfare of his fellow men, courteous to his friends, for they
were legion. He was a member of the Chamber of Commerce,
and took active part in advancing the interests of this section;
was a member of the Masonic Fraternity for thirty-five years.
He was married to Miss Annie E. Shirley in 1869. He departed
this life August 30th, 1902, leaving a wife, one son and two
daughters tO' mourn his untimely taking of¥.

And, Whereas, he who rules all things for the best has seen
fit to call him from among us, we deeply mourn our loss and
point tO' that particular portion of Scripture as our guiding star,
viz. : "Be ye also ready, for in such a time as you think not
the Son of man cometh."



308 PIONEERS OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY

And, now therefore, be it resolved, by this society, that we
extend to the widow and family our heartfelt sympathy in this
their hour of grief.

And be it further resolved, that a copy of these resolutions
be forwarded tO' the family, and that a copy of said resolutions
be spread upon our minutes.

J. L. STARR,
J, G. NEWELL,
W. H. WORKMAN,

Committee.

JOHN C. ANDERSON.

John C. Anderson was born in Columbiana County, Ohio,
on June ist, 1844, and passed his youth and young manhood
there. In July, 1863, at the age of 19, he joined the Ohio Na-
tional Guard, and in May, 1864, in response to the call for one
hundred day men, he was mustered into the United States serv-
ice — 143rd Ohio Infantry, from which he was honorably dis-
charged as Corporal, in December of the same year, also re-
ceiving a Certificate of Thanks for Honorable Service, signed
by Abraham Lincoln and Edwin M. Stanton.

Mr. Anderson, from early manhood, was a member of the
Masonic Fraternity.

He learned the carpenter trade with his father, and worked
at it in his native state until 1873, when he came to Los Angeles,
California, and has followed his trade in this part of the State
ever since, having had charge of the construction of the Nadeau
Hotel and other large buildings. In the Fall of 1880 he re-
turned to his old home for a visit, returning to Los Angeles in
March, 1881. The following winter he again visited Ohio, and
Avas married to Miss Lizzie Lindersmith; and in March, 1882,
brought his wife to Los Angeles to reside. Two sons were born
to them. Louis H., in 1883, and George H., in 1886. In the
spring of 1887 he moved his family to Monrovia, and ever after
he made that city his home till his death.

He was elected and served one term in the Monrovia City
Council; was re-elected, but obliged tO' resign on account of fail-
ing health.

In the fall of 1899 his health began to fail, and he had to
give up work almost entirely. Being of an active, energetic
disposition, it was a great trial for him to keep quiet. He con-
tinued with light occupation up to within a few days of his death.



BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES 3?'

which occurred on the 25th clay of January, 1902; and on Jan-
uary 27th he was buried in Live Oak Cemetery, at Monrovia,
California, with Masonic honors, assisted by members of the
G. A. R.

He leaves his family in comfortable circumstances. He was
a good soldier, a loving and devoted husband, a kind and in-
dulgent parent, a good neighbor, and a citizen whom we de-
lighted to honor.

A. H. JOHNSON.

JERRY ILLICH.

Jerry Illich is dead. After lying for many months on a bed
of suffering the well-known restaurateur passed away Dec. 5th,
at his home, No. 1018 South Hill street. The funeral will
be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Masonic Temple.

For twenty-five years the residence of Mr. Illich was in Los
Angeles, and during his closing years he was a prominent figure
in the life of the city, being a member of various fraternal or-
ganizations and owning considerable property in business and
residence sections. He is remembered principally for his good
fellowship and for his ability to provide good things to eat.

Starting in a modest way with a small chop-house on North
Main street in the late '70s, his business expanded until he be-
came proprietor of the largest restaurant in the city. His con-
nection with the old Maison Doree on North Main street made
that resort popular with business and club men, and when he
moved intO' his own building on Third street in 1896 his patrori/-
age followed. "Ji^^^y's" was headquarters for political and so-
cial banquets, and there's many a man in Los Angeles who still
has pleasant memories of the celebrated "paste" and other for-
eign dishes that were served at midday luncheon.

The ravages of Bright's disease laid Illich low several years
ago, causing his retirement from business to seek health in travel
and recreation. His demise was expected 011 many dates, but
his constant good cheer buoyed him up, and' the end came only
when his constitution had become so undermined that his will
power was ineffective in retaining the spark of life.

Jerry Illich was born in 1850 in Dalmatia, Austria. From
the age of 13 until he was 20 he sailed the seas, finally leaving
his vessel at San Francisco and engaging in the restaurant busi-
ness. A widow and a young son and daughter survive him. —
Los Angeles Daily Times.



In Memoriam



Deceased Members of the Pioneers of Los Angeles
County.



James J. Ayres Died November 10, 1897.

Stephen C. Foster Died January 27, 1898.

Horace Hiller Died IVlay 23, 1898.

John Strother Griffin Died August 23, 1898.

Henry Clay Wiley Died October 25, 1898.

William Blackstone Abernethy. . .Died November 1, 1898.

Stephen W. La Dow Died January 6, 1899.

Herman Raphael Died April 19, 1899.

Francis Baker Died May 17, 1899.

Leonard John Rose Died May 17, 1899.

E. N. McDonald Died June 10, 1899.

James Craig Died December SO, 1899.

Palmer Milton Scott Died January 3, 1900.

Francisco Sabichi Died April 13, 1900.

Robert Miller Town Died April 24, 1900.

Fred W. Wood Died May 19, 1900.

Joseph Bayer Died July 27, 1900.

Augustus Ulyard Died August 5, 1900.

A. M. Hough Died August 28, 1900.

Henry F. Fleishman Died October 20, 1900.

Frank Lecouvreur Died January 17, 1901.

Daniel Shieck Died January 20, 1901.

Andrew Glassell Died January 28, 1901.

Thomas E. Rowan Died March 25, 1901.

Mary Ulyard Died April 5, 1901.

George Gephard Died April 12, 1901.

William Frederick Grosser Died April 23, 1901.

Samuel Calvert Foy Died April 24, 1901.

Joseph Stoltenberg Died June 25, 1901.

Charles Erode Died August 13, 1901.

Joseph W. Junkins Died August, 1901.

Laura Gibson Abernethy Died May 16, 1901.

Elizabeth Langley Ensign Died September 20, 1901.

Frank A. Gibson Died October 11, 1901.

Godfrey Hargitt Died November 14, 1901.

John C. Anderson Died January 25, 1902.

John Charles Dotter Died March 3, 1902.

John Caleb Salisbury Died July 10, 1902.

H. K. W. Bent Died July 29, 1902.

Anderson Rose Died August 30, 1902.

Caleb E. White Died September 2, 1902.

Jerry lllich Died December 5, 1902.

Daniel Desmond Died January 23, 1903.



MEMBERSHIP ROLL

OF THE

PIONEERS OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY





BIKTH-










AR. IN


NAME.


PI,ACE.


OCCUPATIOK.


AKRIV. IN CO.


KES.


STATE.


Anderson, L. M.


Pa.


Collector


July 4.


'73


Los Angeles


1873


Anderson, Mrs. David


Ky.


Housewife


Jan. I,


'S3


641 S. Grand av.


1852


Austin, Henry C.


Mass.


Attorney


Aug. 30,


'69


31 18 Figueroa


1869


Alrtrez, Ferdinand


Mo.


Butcher


May I,


'72


647 S. Sichel


1872


Adams, Julia A. T.


Ark.


Housewife


July 14,


'88


Los Angeles


1843


Barclay, John H.


Can.


Carpenter


Aug.,


'71


Fernando


1869


Barrows, Henry D.


Conn.


Retired


Dec. 12,


'54


724 Beacon


i8s2


Barrows, James A.


Conn.


Retired


May,


'68


236 W. Jefferson


1868


Bilderbeck, Mrs. Dora


Ky.


Dressmaker


Jan. 14,


'61


1009 E. Eighth


1861


Bixby, Jonathan


Maine


Capitalist


June,


'66


Long Beach


1858


Bicknell, John D.


Vt.


Attorney


May,


'72


HIS W. Seventh


i860


Bouton, Edward


N. Y.


Real Estate


Aug.,


'68


1 3 14 Bond


1868


Brossmer, Sig.


Germ.


Builder


Nov. 28,


'68


129 Wilmington


1867


Bush, Charles H.


Penn.


Jeweler


March,


'70


318 N. Main


1870


Burns, James F.


N. Y.


Agent


Nov. 18,


'S3


152 Wright


i8s3


Butterfield, S. H.


Penn.


Farmer


Aug.,


'69


Los Angeles


1868


Bell, Horace


Ind.


Lawyer


Oct.,


'52


1337 Figueroa


1850


Biles, Mrs. Elizabeth S.


Eng.


Housewife


July,


'73


141 N. Olive


1873


Biles, Albert


Eng.


Contractor


July,


'73


141 N. Olive


1873


Brossmer, Mrs. E.


Germ.


Housewife


May i6,


■68


1712 Brooklyn


1865


Blanchard, James H.


Mich.


Attorney


April,


'72


919 W. Second


1873


Baldwin, Jeremiah


Ire.


Retired


April,


'74


721 Darwin


i8S9


Barclay, Henry A.


Pa.


Attorney


Aug. I,


'74


1 32 1 S. Main


1874


Binford, Joseph B.


Mo.


Bank Teller


July 16,


'74


2302 E. First


1874


Barrows, Cornelia S.


Conn.


Housewife


May,


'68


236 W. Jefferson


1868


Bragg, Ansel M.


Maine


Retired


Nov.,


'73


160 Hewitt


.867


Bright, Toney


Ohio


Liveryman


Sept.,


'74


2i8 Requena


1874


Buffum, Wm. M.


Mass.


Storekeeper


July 4,


'59


144 W. Twelfth




Barham, Richard M.


111.


U. S. Ganger


Feb. 23,


'74


I 143 W. Seventh


1849


Braly, John A.


Mo.


Banker


Feb.,


'91


Van Nuys


1849


Bales, Leonidas


Ohio


Farmer




'66


1492 Lambie


1847


Blumve, J. A.


N. J.


Merchant


Dec. 28,


'75


2 10 1 Hoover


1874


Buffum, Rebecca E.


Pa.


Housewife


Sept. 19.


'64


144 W. Twelfth


1850


Bell, Alexander T.


Pa.


Saddler


Dec. 20,


'68


1059 S. Hill


1868


Baker, Edward L.


N. Y.


Miner


Dec,


•66


10 1 S. Flower


1866


Baxter, William 0.


Eng.


Broker


May,


'47


Santa Monica


1847


Brousseau, Julius


N. Y.


Lawyer


Jan. 16,


'77


2434 Hoover


i87r


Burke, Joseph H.


Tenn.


Farmer


April 23,


'S3


Rivera


x8S3


Booth, Edward


Ohio


Salesman




'75


740 W. Seventeenth


1875


Caswell, Wm. M.


Cal.


Cashier


Aug. 3,


'67


1093 E. Washington


i8S7


Cerelli, Sebastian


Italy


Restaurateur


Nov. 24,


'74


811 San Fernando


1847



312



PIONEERS OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY



NAME.


BIRTH-
PLACE.


OCCUPATIOM.


ARRIV. IN CO.


RES.


Conkelman, Bernard


Germ.


Retired


Jan. 3,


'67


310 S. Los Angeles


Cohn, Kaspare


Germ.


Merchant


Dec,


'59


2601 S. Grand


Coronel, Mrs. M. W. De


. Texas


Housewife


Feb.,


'59


Los Angeles


Crimmins, John


Ire.


Mast. Plumber


March,


•69


127 W. Twenty-fifth


Crawford, J. S.


N. Y.


Dentist




'66


Downey Block


Currier, A. T.


Maine


Farmer


July I,


'69


Spadra


Clark, Frank B.


Conn.


Farmer


Feb. 23,


'69


Hyde Park


Carter, N. C.


Mass.


Farmer


Nov.,


'71


Sierra Madre


Conner, Mrs. Kate


Germ.


Housewife


June 22,


'71


I0S4 S. Grand


Chapman, A. B.


Ala.


Attorney


April,


'57


San Gabriel


Cummings, Geo.


Aus.


Stockman


March,


'S3


First street


Cunningham, Robt. G.


Ind.


Dentist


Nov. IS,


'73


1301 W. Second


Clarke, N. J.


N. H.


Retired




'49


317 S. Hill


Compton, Geo. D.


Va.


Retired


May,


'67


828 W. Jefferson


Cowan, D. W. C.


Penn.


Farmer


June I,


•68


824 W. Tenth


Carter, Julius M.


Vt.


Retired


March 4,


'76


Pasadena


Clarke, James A.


N. Y.


Lawyer




'83


113 W. Second


Campbell, J. M.


Ire.


Clerk




'73


716 Bonnie Brae


Cable, Jonathan T.


N. Y.


Farmer


April 10,


'61


116 Wilhardt


Culver, Francis F.


Vt.


Farmer


Nov.,


'!(>


Compton


Crane, W. H.


N. Y.


Architect


I


886


738 W. Seventh


Cook, Alonzo G.


Maine


Physician


1


874


Long Beach


Dalton, W. T.


Ohio


Fruit Grower




'si


1900 Central avenue


Davis, A. E.


N. Y.


Fruit Grower


Nov.,


'6S


Glendora


Dooner, P. W.


Can.


Lawyer


May I,


'72


848 S. Broadway


Dohs, Fred


Germ.


Capitalist


Sept..


'69


614 E. First


Desmond, C. C.


Mass.


Merchant


Sept.,


'70


724 Coronado


Dunkelberger, L R.


Pa.


Retired


Jan.,


'66


1 218 W. Ninth


Dunlap, J. D.


N. H.


Miner


Nov.,


'59


Silverado


Dry den, Wm


N. Y.


Farmer


May,


'68


Los Angeles


Durfee, Jas. D.


111.


Farmer


Sept. IS,


'58


El Monte


Davis, Emily W.


111.


Housewife




'6s


Glendora


Davis, John W.


Ind.


Publisher


Dec. 10,


'72


S18 San Julian


Davis, Virginia W.


Ark.


Housewife


Sept.,


'S2


518 San Julian


Delano, Thos. A.


N. H.


Farmer


April,


'50


Newhall


Davis, Phoebe


N. Y.


Housewife


Dec. IS,


'S3


797 E. Seventeenth


Davis, John


N. Y.


Carpenter


April,


'72


University


Dougherty, Omer R.


Ind.


Retired


March 31,


'77


South Pasadena


De Turk, Jas G.


Pa.


Farmer


April 14,


'75


2418 Edwin street


Dilley, LouJs


Germ.


Carpenter


Dec,


'75


I0S5 S. Figueroa


Eaton, Benj. S.


Conn.


Hyd. Engineer




'SI


433 Sherman


Ebinger, Louis


Germ.


Merchant


Oct. 9,


'71


7S5 Maple


Elliott, J. M.


S. C.


Banker


Nov.,


'70


914 W. Twenty-eighth


Evarts, Myron E.


N. Y.


Painter


Oct. 26,


'S8


Los Angeles


Edelman, A. W.


Pol.


Rabbi


June,


'62


1343 Flower


Edgar, Mrs. W. F.


N. Y.


Retired


April 18,


'65


S14 W. Washington


Ellsworth, Daniel


N. Y.


Oil Producer


Sept.,


'75


629 S. Flower


Eis«n, Theodore A.


Ohio


Architect


March,


'87


2626 S. Figueroa


Furguson, Wm.


Ark.


Retired


April,


'69


303 S. Hill


Furrey, Wm. C.


N. Y.


Merchant


Aug.,


1 '72


1 103 Ingraham


French, Loring W.


Ind.


Dentist


Oct.,


, '68


837 Alvarado


Franklin, Mrs. Mary


Ky.


Seamstress


Jan. I,


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2S3 Avenue 32


Fickett, Charles R.


Miss.


Farmer



Online LibraryHistorical Society of Southern CaliforniaAnnual publication of the Historical Society of Southern California and of the Pioneers of Los Angeles County (Volume yr.1902-1904) → online text (page 9 of 29)