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Delia Locke

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Died - Rev. Jee Gam of Chinese, San Francisco - 234 Died - Mrs. Sutherland of Oakland - 237 Florence Nightingale - 238 Died - Deacon A.C. Sweetser of Sacramento - 240 - Rev. G.C.Adams of S.F. - 242 Died - Brother Horace Hammond's wife Anna in Oakland - 243 Died - Mrs. Forrest Foote - 244 Carl Trier - 248 Mrs. Julia Ward Howe - 249 Died - Mrs. John B. Thorpe - 251 Charles Helberg - 252 O.B. Harvey - 254 Died - Count Leo Tolstoy of Russia - 254 Widow A. E. Hill near Camanche 255 Died - Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy - 256 Mrs. Margaret Emslie - 260 Died - Admiral Charles S. Sperry - 267 Mrs. Hannah S. Gove - 269 Died - Mrs. Rosie Minner of Kansas - 269 Thomas Gehan of Lodi - 270 Died - Hannah's heifer Buff - 272 Leland and Ada Parkison's Babe - 272 Died - Calvin and Adelaide's little boy - the second - Charles Walker - 273 Diaz Porfirio, Resigned from the Presidency of Mexico - 282 Died - Mrs. Emile Knauth at Lockeford House - 284 Died - Carrie Nation - called the "Smasher" - 285 Henry Mason - Colored - 294 Died - Fritz Forgarle - aged 72 - 295 Mr. M. E. Bryant - aged 90 yrs. 5 mos. 12da - 296 Died - John Hicklin - son of Adda (Brown) Stone in Portland - 296 Died - Cyrus Moreing. Sr - 299 John Ryan - 300.

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Episcopalians - Rev. Perks joined - 61 Election - Special - in Stockton for Sunday Closing of Saloons - 71 Election - Special - in Lodi to Vote out Saloons - Lost by 109 majority - 98 Earthquake in Eureka - 115 Election Day - W. H. Taft Elected President - 127 Earthquake and Tidal Wave in Sicily and Italy - 136 Entertainment - Joint Benefit of French Camp Grange, P. of H. and our Ladies Aid in our Hall - 143 Election - Special in San Joaquin Co. for Good Roads - 149 Election of School Trustee - Fred Figge Elected - 152 Exposition - Alaska - Yukon - Pacific Exposition in Seattle - 162 Earthquakes in Mexico and Japan - Acapalco Destroyed - 176 Election - Special - in Stockton - For Sund. Opening of Saloons - 184 Earthquake Shock - Hardest in Eureka and Vicinity - 189 Eclipse of the Moon - Total - 192 Entertainment - Lockeford Cornet Band in our Hall - 205 Entertainment - "Colonial" in our Hall - 212 Eclipse - Total of Moon and Halley's Comet in View - 222 Election - Hiram W. Johnson elected Governor - 252 Election - School Trustee - Will Young elected - 275 Earthquake - Heaviest since 1906 - 288 Election in Maine - for or against Prohibition - 299

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January 1907

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circa 1907-1911

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Original dimensions: 23 x 37 cm.

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Locke_Diary_1907-1911_Image_009.tif

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Holt-Atherton Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library

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Delia Locke, diaries, women, diarist, California, Locke-Hammond Family Papers, Lockeford, CA, Dean Jewett Locke, rural life, rural California, 19th Century, church, temperance organizations, Mokelumne River Ladies' Sewing Circle, temperature recordings, journal

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