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Title
Map of Lines between the lands of Thomas Phelan and that of Dunlap & Standifer in the Rancho Paso de Bartolo
Creator
Hansen, George, 1824-1897, creator
Date Created and/or Issued
1881-01-25
1881-05-16
Contributing Institution
Huntington Library
Collection
Maps
Rights Information
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Description
Rancho Paso de Bartolo. Part of a report to Superior Court of Los Angeles County dated January 18 & June 1, 1881. Color pencil highlights; features include Jacob Oil, formerly Strout, formerly Beck, Lots No. 1 & 2, Los Nietos ditch, fencing, housing; property of James King, Beck.
Type
image
Format
image/jpeg
Extent
1 ms. map ; 9 x 12 in., on sheet 18 x 23 in., ink on paper
Identifier
SR_Map_0102
312920
http://hdl.huntington.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15150coll4/id/11439
Subject
California--History--1850-1950
California, Southern--History--19th century
Pico Rivera (Calif.)--Maps
Pico Rivera (Calif.)--Surveys
Ranches--California--Pico Rivera--Maps
Real property--California--Pico Rivera
Surveying--California, Southern--History
Whittier (Calif.)--Maps
Whittier (Calif.)--Surveys
Historical maps. (aat)
Time Period
1881 Jan 25, May 16-23
Place
Paso de Bartolo, Rancho
Pico (Pico Rivera)
Whittier
Source
Solano-Reeve collection
Maps, Huntington Digital Library

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