Greater New York went into effect Jan. 1, 1898. Graduated - George - from Veterinary Department Berkeley University - 48 Graduated - Susie Pascoe from grammar School - 117 Graduated - Weldon Cooke from grammar School - 122 Genealogy - sent to Rev. S. L. Gerould - 167 Grippe - I had it after John Celeste and Hannah - 170 Gave Order for monument and coping to J. Busch of Oakdale - 230 Graduated from grammar school - Benton Pascoe - 230 Graduated - Theresa from Col. Woman's Hospital - as Trained Nurse - 245 Graduated - Hister Sutherland from Cooper Institute - 274 Graduated - Susie Pascoe from Eureka High School - 279 Graduated - Weldon Cooke from Lick School - 280 Graduated - Chester and Lottie Locke from Grammar School - 28 Graduated - Frank Locke as Dentist in San Francisco - 283
Hanged - W. H. Theodore Durrant - 27 Hospital - St. Mary's, S. F. George sick in - 32 Hospital - Col. Women's, S. F. Theresa as Nurse - 120 Hog Cholera - Howard's hogs had - 267 Hospital - Lane - Hannah went to for treatment - 275
Original dimensions: 22 x 36 cm.
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