Panel 120

Letters from California

Letters from Antioch, Aqua Fria, and Benicia.

No. 708 Sent to Col. Warren in San Francisco, California. Taken by U.S. mail from Antioch, and dated December 20, 1866.

No. 709 Sent to James W. True in Augusta, Maine. Taken by U.S. mail from Aqua Fria, now spelled Agua Fria, California.

No. 710 Sent to Comptroller of the State of California John S. Houston in San Jose, California. Taken by U.S. mail from Benicia, California. Inside is a letter dated November 7, 1850 from David F. Bererige.

No. 711 Sent to Pilsbury “Chips” Hodgkins, the well-known Wells Fargo messenger, in Sonora, California. Taken by U.S. mail from Benicia.

No. 712 Sent to Miss Sarah Pettet, a noted temperance leader, in Sacramento, California. Taken by U.S. mail from Benicia.

No. 713 Sent to E. M. G. Sanborn in Neponsett Village, Massachusetts. Taken by U.S. mail from Benicia.

No. 714 Sent to Rev. Phillips in Santa Clara, California, from the Collegiate Institute at Benicia. Taken by U.S. mail in August 1860.

No. 715 Sent to E. M. G. Sanborn in Neponsett, Massachusetts. Taken by U.S. mail from Benicia.

Photograph of Pendellas store in Bear Valley, California, 1930s.