Contest - Medal - For men only - Chas. Bryant won - 50 Cancer - Mother has - 54 Creamery at Lockeford started Sept. 27, 1898 - 71 Contest - Silver Medal - for girls only - Bertie Hammond won - 107 Convention - Co. W.C.T.U. in Lockeford - 110 Church - Agnes, Maud, Mr. & Mrs. E. L. Jones joined - 114 Crystal Wedding of Luther and Alice - 119 Creamery Report - First Annual - 147 Crystal Wedding of Howard and Lou - 152 Church - Mrs. Ora Allen and Mrs. Molly Condict - joined - 154 Church - Mr. & Mrs. Clifford, Mrs. Freddie Allen and Mrs. Hatch joined - 170 Curios brought from The Philippines Islands by George - 175 Church - Mrs. Ryno joined - 181 Church - Mr. Clifford chosen Deacon - 205
Distribution of the property of the Estate to the heirs by lot - 77 Died - Miss Frances Willard - 34. Gen'l. Rosecrans - 37 Died - Father Tretheway - 40 William Metcalf - 40 Died - Jack Owens - 41. Mr. Palmer, formerly of Hotel Royal - 42 Died - Mary Farley - 45. Mrs. Geo. Howland - 47. H. S. Sargent - 48 Died - Horace Wagner - 48. Hon. W. E. Gladstone - 48. Mrs. D. L. Atkins - 57 Died - Mrs. James - 52. Mrs. Margaret O'Neil - 55. E. H. Grubs - 58 Died - Prince Bismarck of Germany - 61. Mrs. Mary A Putnam - 64 Died - Mr. Robert Cooke - 68. Miss Alma Clapp - 74 Heiram James - 79 Died - Rev. J. W. Brier, Sr - 82. Horace F. Hartwell - 82. Frank Sherden - 82 Died - Peter Martel - 89. victor Wardrobe - 89. Senator Morrill of Vermont - 90 Died - Michael Brennan - 92. Mrs. Agnes Farrington - 94. Hon Nelson Dingley - 94 Died - Aunt. Mary S. Hammond - 95. Dog Jyh - 95. Rev. Dr. Jewell - 98 Died - Aunt. Betsey P. Hammond - 97. Charlie Dial, Jr. - 109 Died - Mrs. Mary Guernsey - 100. Stephen J. Field, Supreme Judge - 108 Died - Mrs. John H. Haley - 110. H. S. Farrington of Stockton - 112 Dewey Day - May 1, 1899 - 112. Rosa Bonheur - 117. Watson C. Green - 123 Died - Miss Wright of the San Jose Normal School - 116. Mr. Arnest - 125 Died - Mrs. Frances S Benton - 126. Leroy Parker - 127. Robt. Ingersoll - 128 Died - Fanny (Athearn) Swett - 129. Wife of Prof. Moran - Sarah A - 138 Died - Jacob Harris, Sr. - 143. John H Dial - 144. Daniel Howard - 145 Died - Vice President Hobart - 147. Dwight L. Moody - 151 Died - Amelia Mowry - 151. Rev. Esdras Smith - 151 Albert Bruml - 153 Died - Herr Dominica - 158. Clara Peterson - 158. James Potter - 159 Died - D. J. Staples - 165. General John Bidwell - 165. Aunt Olive Stetson - 165 Died - Grimsley infant - 166. Thomas P. Henshaw - 169 Died - Miss wright of the San Jose Normal School - 116. Mr. Arnest - 125 Died - Mrs. Francis S Benton - 126. Leroy Parker - 127. Robt. Ingersoll - 128 Died - Fanny (Athearn) Swett - 129. Wife of Prof. Moran - Sarah A - 138 Died - Jacob Harris, Sr. - 143. John H Dial - 144. Daniel Howard - 145 Died - Vice President - Hobart - 147. Dwight L. Moody - 151 Died - Amelia Mowry - 151. Rev. Esdras Smith - 151 Albert Brunt - 153 Died - Herr Dominica - 158. Clara Peterson - 158. James Potter - 159 Died - D. J. Staples - 165. General John Bidwall - 165. Aunt Olive Stetson - 165 Died - Grimsley infant - 166. Thomas P. Henshaw - 169
Original dimensions: 22 x 36 cm.
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