Arm - little Howard broke - 29 Alaska - Mr. Cooke went to 62 - (not) Annexation of the Sandwich Islands to the United States - 63 Accident to Ida's Webster - 73. - to James Gill - 105 Accident to Sister Susie - 106 Accident Catamaran "Wave" overturned in Stockton - 120 Accident to Chester - shot his foot - 159 Arm broken - 161 Automobile - the first I ever saw - Dr. Mason's - 192 Accident at Match Ball Game at San Francisco - 199 Accident to Howard - Thumb crushed - 271 Accident to Roosevelt's party - Secret Service Officer Craig killed - 293 Auction Sale of Personal Property at Aunt Susie's - 296 Arrival of George from the Philippines - 299
Break in levee repaired by Luther, Howard and Eddie - 143 Baptized - Horace Celeste Demangeot and Lauretta Roy Knudsen - 48 Born - Eunice's second son and child - Edward Locke - 78 Born - Sarah Smith's third daughter and sixth child Gertrude - 8G Baptized - Ethel daughter of George and Lily Jack - 107 Born - Lucy Hammond's sixth child and third daughter - 122 Born - Mertice's first child - Gerould Locke - 133 Born - Ida's sixth child and second daughter - Delia - 146 Born - Eddie's and Agnes's fourth daughter - Bernice - 186 Born - Ida's seventh child and third daughter - Carolyn - 209 Burial of Queen Victoria beside her husband - 209 Born - Laura and Julius Bruml's second daughter - 230 Born - Lilla and Alfred Jory's first child - a son - Melvin Locke - 238 Baptized - Dorothy daughter of Julius and Laura Bruml - 254 Born - a daughter to Willie and Etta - Florence - 267 Baptized - Arthur Knudsen - 280 Bridge - Steel - across the Mokelumne - 296 Boxer Troubles in China - 180
Original dimensions: 22 x 36 cm.
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