Mumps - Susie's Children had - 347 Married - H.J. Kuehl and Alpha Mottar - 340 Married - Sarah Locke and William Thomas Smith - 241. Married - Rev. W. H. Pascoe and Ida Locke - 263. Married - John W. Montgomery and Rosa Minges - 348. Married - Luther J. Locke and Alice Josephine Lippe - 351. Married - Hattie Shaw and Mr. Cooper at Redding - 352. Married - Cyrus Amiden and Etta Tomlinson - 366. Married - Thomas Daly and Amelia Bruml - 383. Married - Nathaniel Howard Locke and Lucinda M. Clapp - 399. Married - Mrs. Russell and Mr. Billinghurst - 376
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New potatoes - 101.
Overflow of river - Apr.21 - 1880. 33 - 335 - 398. Ordination of Messrs. Pascoe & Cooke - 73 Oyster supper at Tretheway and Daly's building - 97 Ordination of C.R. Hager - 252.
Poisoning, by stramonium - 13. Pres. Hayes & wife visited Cal. 64. Postage on single letters reduced to 2 cents - 292. Painting Lessons - Ida taking of Mrs. Smart - 208 Procession - Torchlight, Republican for Blaine - 384
Original dimensions: 22 x 34 cm.
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