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Letters from California

Letters from Sacramento.

No. 1003 Sent from Sacramento City, California, to John H. Boyd in Whitehall, New York. Inside is a letter dated June 24, 1852, from Herman Scofield to his friend in New York. After his wife joined him in California, Scofield discovered that he still owed on an old debt to John Boyd. Scofield wrote to “cheerfully make it all right with you as I always said that you were the last man that would ever be a looser by me.”

No. 1004 Sent from Sacramento City, California, to Mrs. Lucy Brooks in Barnard, Vermont.

No. 1005 Sent from Sacramento City, California, to Albert G. Underwood in Fayette, Maine. Dated August 15, 1854.

No. 1006 Sent from Sacramento, California, to Miss Catherine Young in Dry Fork, Kentucky.

No. 1007 Sent from Ohio to Rev. G. S. Phillips in Sacramento City, California. Dated November 15, 1856.

No. 1008 Sent from Sacramento City, California, to Walter North in Springfield, Massachusetts. Dated March 19, 1857.

No. 1009 Sent by Overland Mail from Sacramento City, California, to Collin A. Cartly in Essex, Vermont.

No. 1010 Sent from Sacramento City, California, to Rev. George S. Phillips at the Female Collegiate Institute in Santa Clara. Dated October 19, 1860.

Photograph of the old hotel in Washington, California, 1930s.