Delia Locke


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Snow storm - a light one - 27 Semi-centennial of Discovery of Gold in Cal. and Golden Jubilee Mining Fair in San Francisco - 29 Spanish Fleet destroyed in harbor of Santiago de Cuba and Admiral Cervera taken prisoner - 57 Santiago surrendered - 59 Spasm - Celeste had - 85 Stage line established between Jackson and Stockton - 102 Silver tea-spoons distributed - given me by Grandmother Hammond - 150 Sunol - trip to - 177 Siege of the Foreign Legations in Pekin, China, by Boxers - 180 Siege of Pekin raised - 185 Saloon - Smashing in Kansas - Mrs. Carrie Nation - 210 Steamer Rio de Janeiro sank at Golden Gate, San Francisco - 212 Small - fox in Lodi - 213 State Dairy School - voted by Legislature - in Kings County - 214 Semi-Centennial of uniting with the Church - 223 Sunol - went to the second time - 236 Strike - the great - in San Francisco - 241

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Trip to Blue Mountain made by Luther, Howard, Willie and Eddie - 73. Treaty of peace with Spain signed by Commissioners in Paris - 88 Thunder storm in August - 129 Tape worm Willie had - 20 ft. long - 183

Date Original

January 1898

Dates Covered


Circa Date

circa 1898-1902


Original dimensions: 22 x 36 cm.

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