Panel 172

Letters from California

Letters from Sonora.

No. 1132 Sent from Sonora, California, to H. P. Clough in Middletown, Ohio.

No. 1133 Sent from Sonora, California, to Mr. Pierce, the State Comptroller, in Sacramento. Dated May 10, 1852.

No. 1134 Sent from Sonora, California, to Miss Mary E. Ward in Plymouth, New Hampshire. Inside is a letter dated September 26, 1852, and signed, “remaining your true love, Chas.”

No. 1135 Sent to James Mandeville. Originally sent to Sonora, it was later forwarded to “Valeajo.”

No. 1136 Sent from Sonora, California, to Miss Mary Woolson in Bristol, New Hampshire.

No. 1137 Sent from Smyrna, New York, to James W. Mandeville. Originally sent to Sonora and later forwarded to Columbia, California.

No. 1138 Sent from Sonora, California, to Miss Hannah Fist in the Sandwich Islands, today known as Hawaii.

No. 1139 Sent from Sonora, California, to Mrs. F. E. Eraus, a U.S. Marshall in San Francisco. Dated September 22, 1859.

Photograph of a ruined trading post near Green Springs on the Sonora Road, California.