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Map of a portion of Los Angeles County showing the Abel Stearns Ranchos
Robinson, Alfred, 1806-1895
Baker, Geo. H. (George Holbrook), 1827-1906
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Huntington Library
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Alfred Robinson was the trustee for the Los Angeles and San Bernardino Land Office in San Francisco presiding over the break up of the Abel Stearns lands in current Los Angeles and Orange counties. This map is from H.E.H. offices and was exhibited in the "Los Angeles: exhibit of 1937." Note included with map. Many MS notes on this map. "5 Ranchos 200 square miles in blocks of 1 mile square with road on each side. For sale in sections or fractions by Alfred Robinson Trustee at the Los Angeles & San Bernardino Land Office 542 Market St. corner of Montgomery St. San Francisco or apply to the Agency Los Angeles or Anaheim. Edition May 1873." Relief: hachures. Projection: Cylindrical. Printing Process: Lithography. Verso Text: MS note: L3/24 Sticker: 152723.
1 map hand col. 46 x 40 cm., sheet 50 x 46 cm.
Stearns Ranches (Los Angeles County, Calif.)--Maps
Los Angeles County (Calif.)--Maps
Time Period
North America United States California
W 118°/N 34° approx.
Huntington Rare Book Maps
Maps, Huntington Digital Library

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