Married - Fred Miner and Minnie Esmond - 320 Married - Horace Mann Locke and Eunice Capen Blanchard - 321 Moody meetings in Stockton - 331 Married - Willis Lynch and Grace Mallon - 353 Monument to the Pilgrim Fathers at Plymouth, Mass. 360 Married - John Wilson and Nellie Wickes - 408 Married - George Thompson and Christine Hunter - 417 Mary went to Chaparral to live - 419. Married - Geo. Condict and Mollie Jack - 441 Married - Annie Barstow and Robert West - 442 Married - William Wagner and Laura Hansen - 443 Married - Forrest Foote and Mrs. Coburn - 444 Measles - Luther had - 456. Nellie also - 457. Alma Cooke - 472 Measles - Ada's children had - 475. Married - Wallace H. Locke and Maud Mismer - 475.
Napkins and pencil sent as keepsakes from Aunt Nancy - 115. Napkin ring made from ancient tree of Plymouth, Mass. 266. Normal School at San Jose - Eunice entered - 462.
Operation upon Hannah's eyes in S.F. - 33 Old house moved on wheels - 51 Overflow - bridge carried away - 104. Orchard - Mr. Robert Cooke commenced to work it - 112 Ox - the "big" - Luther's - died at Sacramento - 252 Octagon school house pulled down - 270.
Original dimensions: 21 x 34 cm.
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