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Letters from California

Letters from Columbia, Colusa, and Coon Creek.

No. 756 Sent from Columbia, California, to James Lawrence in Gardiner, Maine.

No. 757 Sent from Columbia, California, to John Heaver in Batavia, Ohio.

No. 758 Sent from Columbia, California, to J. W. Mandeville in Benicia.

No. 759 Sent from Columbia, California, to J. W. Mandeville in Benicia. Dated January 31, 1854.

No. 760 Sent from Columbia, California, to Benjamin Harrison in Wilmington, Delaware. Dated March 27, 1855.

No. 761 Sent to Richard Cranby in Lockport, New York. Enclosed is a letter dated November 3, 1859, from his brother in Columbia, California, stating that “I would conclude from what you say that Lockport must be a pretty dull place. However, I would like to take a peep at the liitle Burg and its inhabitants. Yet I have no desire to return, I am in a financial way, doing well here. Not doing well very fast, but well, slow.”

No. 762 Sent from Columbia, California, to H. M. Newland in Colusa. Dated November 25, 1869.

No. 763 Sent from Coon Creek, California, to Miss Adelaide A. Mantor in West Mills, Maine. Dated June 2, 1860.

Photograph of buildings in Columbia, California, 1930s.

Photograph of Saint Anne’s Church in Columbia, California, 1930s.